Asanga


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Noun1.Asanga - Indian religious leader and founder of the Yogacara school of Buddhism in India (4th century)
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com, Kleanthis Petridis asked Magistrate Asanga Bodaragama during Friday's proceedings if his MasterCard could be released so that he could buy some necessary items.
Asanga Abeyagoonasekare noted that, the conflict experienced by the youth in the country was a burden that was passed down to the generation.
Byline: Dr Asanga Welikala | Director of Edinburgh Centre for Constitutional Law
Asanga Silva, Deputy General Manager, Dubai Property Show, added, "Indians consider Dubai as their second home, and for a good reason.
Dubai is also among the most affordable property destinations, and the strengthening of rupee further nudged investors in this direction," said Asanga Silva, General Manager, Dubai Property Show.
Puzzle B: Here Asanga Gunasekera played the brilliant move 1.
Tenders are invited for Construction of Containment area at PHC Asanga in Kosagumuda Block for the year 2016-17
Asanga Amerisinghe has brought the project together and is worldrenowned for his intricate and stunning work with ice - to launch the Ice Kingdom he carved a soaring rugby ball.
The Yogacarin Asanga worked out the conception of the Dharmakaya (the true body) that was one of the most thoughtful attempts to overcome dualism.
Asanga Denuwara snaffled 3-15, Amith Tilakaratne 3-26 and Loshan Amarasinghe 2-0 before openers Suresh Lakmal (33) and Mohamed Nilam (32) reached 67-0 in 11 overs.
Asanga Ranasinghe, Vice President Home & Personal Care, highlighted, "Unilever works to create a better future every day.