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dixit

(ˈdɪksɪt)
n
a verbal statement
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dix•it

(ˈdɪk sɪt)

n.
an utterance.
[1620–30; < Latin: he has said]
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dixit

- An utterance.
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Congress leader Sheila Dikshit,81, passed away on July 20 and BJP leader Sushma Swaraj, 67, on August 6.
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FORMER Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit's son- in- law Syed Mohammad Imran has been arrested for allegedly subjecting his wife to domestic violence.
New Delhi: Former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit was on Saturday slapped with a fine of Rs three lakh by a court here for failing to appear before it in a defamation case filed by her against BJP leader Vijender Gupta.
Summary: Sheila Dikshit had come under attack from Delhi BJP president Vijay Goel and m dmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal, who had accused the chief minister of favouring private power distribution companies by ignoring corruption by these firms.
New Delhi, April 28 -- Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Tuesday warned the representatives of private schools not to run educational institutions as profit making body.
Anurag Dikshit, one of the founders of UK online gaming company PartyGaming (LON:PRTY), is selling his remaining 38.8 million company shares, or some 10%, days after the company announced in was negotiating a merger with sector players, the Guardian wrote on Tuesday.
When Anurag Dikshit, the Indian entrepreneur who struck gold as co-founder of online poker giants PartyGaming, "folded like an accordion" in a New York courtroom on December 16, he left many poker executives, and investors, anxiously clutching their wallets.
Indian-born Anurag Dikshit, co-founder of PartyGaming, rocketed to number three in a poll, with a fortune of pounds 1.7bn.
Summary: New Delhi [India], July 26 (ANI): Rahul Gandhi visited late Congress stalwart Sheila Dikshit's residence on Friday.