sirkar


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sirkar

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sircar

n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a government
2. a native domestic servant
References in classic literature ?
Nay, but all who serve the Sirkar with weapons in their hands are, as it were, one brotherhood.
Binodini Dasi is the pioneering figure who initiates feminist choreography, and she is followed by later twentieth and twenty-first century dancers including Manjusri Chaki, her daughter Ranjabati Sirkar and Mallika Sarbhai who have shown rebellion against woman's bodies being represented as meek and fragile by presenting deep back arches or straight spines as the new language of women's desires.
2] Senior Resident, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Nilratan Sirkar Medical College Hospital, Kolkata.
The event partners are Pulse Dubai, Sirkar, Panache Advertising, SoundKraft, Golden Arch Tailoring and Sugaholic.
Sirkar raises, but does not elaborate this point, in 'A Tale of Two Boards', p.
One soldier wrote that this was "the time to show one's loyalty to the Sirkar, to earn a name for oneself.
During the last fiscal year, the Center distributed $650,000 in industry support to faculty from the three universities that comprise the Center, the University of Colorado Boulder, the New Jersey Institute of Technology, and the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville (Greenberg, Sirkar, Noble, Wickramasinghe, Meyer and Michel, 2014).
Song Liming, Li Baoan, Zarkadas Dimitrios, Christian Saskia, Sirkar Kamalesh K.
Sirkar, Separation Science andTechnology, 15, 1091 (1980).
Jawa D, Singla S, Somani R, Jaidka S, Sirkar K, Jaidka R, Comparative evaluation of the efficacy of chemomechanical caries removal agent (papacarie) and conventional method of caries removal; an in vitro study.
Jawa D, Singh S, Somani R, Jaidka S, Sirkar K, Jaidka R.