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jhala

(ˈdʒɑːlə)
n
(in Hindu music) the fast-paced climax of a classical composition
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UML leaders Jhala Nath Khanal and Subas Nembang were showing their interest to become president while AmikSerchan of the Maoist-Centre was hoping to become new Vice President this time.
Tenders are invited for Construction of ramapur dubahabazar narayanpur kala meharbanabad road km-7 to sehariakala to jhala link road under ridf-23
Y V Jhala, a senior scientist at the Worldlife Institute of India (WII), said the number could actually be higher because the available figure is what could be detected or reported.
NILESH Jhala was diagnosed with kidney cancer in March 2011.
Dhavalsinh Jhala, son of former legislator Narendrasinh Jhala, will contest from Bayad in Aravalli.
Christina Yver, MD, MBA; Darshana Jhala, MD; Amanda Muir, MD; Devraj Basu, MD, PhD
Lahiri will perform Indian Classical Ragas in a traditional format of Alap, Jod and Jhala followed by compositions set to different Talas together with the support of Tabla and Tanpura.
Addressing how history and tradition are reinvented through text, memory, and painting, historians and social scientists focus on the making of Jhala dynastic history in Jhalavad during a millennium from the 11th century to the present in northeastern Saurashtra, a region of peninsular Gujarat in western India.
Methods used to exterminate wolves include firearms (major method) (Jhala and Giles, 1991; Jhala, 2003), blocking and/or smoking out dens containing pups and sometimes adults (Shahi, 1982; Kumar and Rahmani, 2000; Singh and Kumara, 2006), dynamiting pups (Mishra, 1997), and more recently using poisons (Jhala, 2003).
This decision was taken when two former prime ministers of Nepal, Madhav Kumar Nepal and Jhala Nath Khanal joined the ex-PM of Pakistan, Chaudhry Shujat Hussain over breakfast in the presence of representatives of India and Bangladesh who also endorsed the proposal, with Mr.
org, or to conference chair Arnav Jhala (University of California, Santa Cruz).
Jhala added, "Any future increase in tiger numbers would depend on how we balance development with conservation, as we need to build more tiger reserves and increase prey base.