Bhutani


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Noun1.Bhutani - a native or inhabitant of BhutanBhutani - a native or inhabitant of Bhutan  
Bhutan, Kingdom of Bhutan - a landlocked principality in the Himalayas to the northeast of India
Asian, Asiatic - a native or inhabitant of Asia
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JMA Consultants is the perfect addition to our portfolio of subsidiaries," said Atin Bhutani, In.
Chances are that the next chief minister will also be from the ruling PML-N, with most likely candidates being Saleh Bhutani or Jan Mohammad Jamali
The names that have surfaced for the position of the chief minister are Saleh Bhutani and Jan Mohammad Jamali.
Saleh Bhootani is the elder brother of the current Speaker of Balochistan Assembly Mohammad Aslam Bhutani.
The names of Sarfraz Bugti from the PML-N and Dr Abdul Malik Baloch from the National Party (NP) have also been considered for the leader of the house in the provincial assembly, besides Jan Muhammad Jamali and Saleh Bhutani, both from the PML-N.
In 2018, we will continue to bring industry first innovations for Indian consumers with an exciting line-up of future-ready products," said Rajeev Bhutani, Samsung India V- P, Consumer Electronics Business.
The King was briefed by Expedia President Aman Bhutani, on operations of Expedia group in Amman that started in May, and its future plans to benefit from talented Jordanian human resources in the information and communications technology.
It appears the leasing is driving the orientation, and not the context (of the neighborhood), BDS planner Puja Bhutani said.
Expedia brand president Aman Bhutani said the tie-up would help boost its "competitive posi tions in the European market".
GEETANJALI WOOLLENS WITH ANUJ BHUTANI - WOOLLEN WINTER WONDERS
Lazard's financial advisory business in France, as well as Ashish Bhutani, CEO of Lazard Asset Management and Vice Chairman of Lazard, and its senior leadership.
6 out of 50 (among medical practitioners in India; Bhutani, Bhutani, Balhara, & Kalra, 2012); for BO that range from 17.