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mahua

(ˈmɑːwɑː)
n
(Plants) a fast-growing Indian tree
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"All right, you fella Mahua. You finish cook along boys.
Summary: New Delhi [India], July 24 (ANI): Lok Sabha on Wednesday saw an uproar over remarks of Trinamool Congress member Mahua Moitra against the government with Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Arjun Meghwal asking her to withdraw them as no one in the government had ever called the Opposition "anti-national".
Meanwhile, Vayu cyclonic storm is also expected to hit the coastal towns of Porbandar, Mahua, Veraval and the Union Territory of Diu in India on Thursday (tomorrow).
The tribal villagers in Jharkhand have been surviving by brewing liquor from mahua, a forest product used for preparing liquor at home and available in plenty in the nearby forests.
The four-member delegation comprising Rajya Sabha member Derek O'Brien, Lok Sabha MP Mamata Bala Thakur, Rajya Sabha MP Nadimul Haque and MLA Mahua Moitra visited the bereaved families yesterday.
In contrast with various vegetable oils, Mahua oils are found to have appropriate characters with diesel when blending.
DEEP DISTRUST The divisions are stark in the highprofile Raghopur and Mahua constituencies, from where Lalu's sons Tejashwi Prasad and Tej Pratap Yadav are contesting.
This toll road operates a 57 kilometer stretch of National Highway 11 connecting the cities of Mahua and Bharatpur, and is contiguous to Cube Highway's existing investment in Jaipur Mahua Tollways Pvt.
The Mahua flower which grows on the indigenous Sal trees is an invaluable resource which has supported local communities for centuries.
[4] have carried out the experiments with preheated SVO of Neem, Mahua, and Castor and found that neat oil with preheating can be substituted as fuel for diesel engine.
Mahua is the widely accepted as local name for the fat from both these species.
31 -- Recently 'Behane Behane' has completed 750 Yoga episodes with Yoga Guru Suneel Singh on Mahua channel.