Indian list

Indian list

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) informal (in Canada) a list of persons to whom spirits may not be sold. Also called: interdict list
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The rest of the Indian list is dominated by the five Indian Institutes of Technology ( IITs) led by IIT Roorkee.
This was the first time a Bollywood celebrity had attained the number one position both in earnings and fame in the Indian list of the business magazine.
Surprisingly Internet giant Google which is ranked as the top employer globally by LinkedIn, is on the 13th spot on the Indian list.
Pakistani authorities were very nervous about these developments, which went on a par with an increasing mutual dependence in the domain of energy, since India has become the fourth-largest customer of the Saudis for oil (after Iran lost ground on the Indian list because of sanctions).
ISLAMABAD, May 30, 2011 (Frontier Star): Pakistan has returned Indian list of most wanted terrorists to India with some objections and asked her to recheck it once again that how many persons included in the list were still in India.
Regarding a list given by India to Pakistan of 50 most wanted terrorists allegedly hiding here, she said, its an Indian list and the Indians can put any name they want on it.
He also said that the country was in safe hands and that the agencies are still investigating suspects, even those on the Indian list.
Meanwhile, you can achieve good results in India by mailing multinational lists from offshore, or obtaining local lists from trusting Indian list owners who are willing to supply lists to certain offshore lettershops in return for a security guarantee.
To cite one instance, Picador has recently launched its Indian list under a new imprint, Picador India.
The freed Indian fishermen and civilian prisoners are the ones included in the Indian list that was handed over to Pakistan during the Interior/ Home Secretaries meeting in New Delhi last month.
The Indian list included names of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, and Masood Azhar.
I use the perhaps faddish term "postcolonial" to refer to a legal practice mainly used against white Canadians because only the legacy of internal Canadian colonialism can explain the otherwise bizarre practice of dubbing the liquor board's official list of alcoholics as "the Indian list.

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