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Noun1.Asvina - the seventh month of the Hindu calendar
Hindu calendar - the lunisolar calendar governing the religious life of Hindus; an extra month is inserted after every month in which there are two new moons (once every three years)
Hindu calendar month - any lunisolar month in the Hindu calendar
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"Automakers are trying to educate the government," said Ashvin Chotai, director of Asian Automotive Industry Research at Global Insight.
"It's our goal to provide the business community information that enhances the economy of the state," Ashvin Vibhakar, director of the IEA, said.
Ashvin Parekh, partner, National Leader- Global Financial Services of global consultants, Ernst & Young, said, " Though it ( insurgency) will be a negative, foreign investors may not be influenced by these acts fully.
Peter Bache, Nicola Reid, David Bucknall and Jim Roberts; Steven Smith, Jim O'Donnell and Nick Morecock with Jo Ball of Birmingham Foundation; Top, Tim Jones, Gavin Foulger, Paul Horn, Adam Knight; left, Ashvin Patel, Brian Cormell, Renu Sharma and Simon Todd
Likewise, when Tapan Raj of MIDIval Punditz was on the turntable, Ashvin Mani Sharma of Jalebee Cartel provided the accompanying effects.
Mr Ashvin Chotai, analyst with Standard & Poors, also sees explosive growth in the region, with a doubling of vehicle sales over the next ten years.
The reason behind the nationwide decline could be that companies are becoming more adept at shielding their income from taxes, said Ashvin Vibhaker, director at the Institute for Economic Advancement at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
US households are moving into healthy alternate and this will augment that effort," said Ashvin Lima, Chief Operating Officer.
Ashvin Dewan, an orthopedic surgeon at Houston Methodist Hospital, to simplify a procedure by which titanium rods are placed inside broken bones to make them functional once more.
The actor's movie No Fathers in Kashmir, which is slated to release on April 5 features stars such as Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Anshuman Jha, Zara Webb and Ashvin Kumar.
Numbering in the hundreds, the archives span a variety of photographic subjects and styles; and include the works of Ashvin Mehta, Homai Vyarawalla, Jagan Mehta, Jyoti Bhatt, Raghubir Singh, Raja Deen Dayal, Tarapada Banerjee, T.S.