Minicoy Island

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Mi·ni·coy Island

 (mĭn′ĭ-koi′)
An island in the Arabian Sea off the southwest coast of India. It is part of the Indian union territory of Lakshadweep.
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Oliver Lee, Pangasinan police director, said a team from the police Regional Public Safety Battalion was conducting clearing operations in the mountainous villages of Maliku and Sta.
Her daughter Maliku is still at Twycross along with her own five-yearold daughter Molly.
BDI emphasized that they united over the stance--Tefik Abdulai to be nominated for USA--Driton Maliku for Australia and Ismail Beluli for Europe.
Speaking to Gulf News from Male, Moosa Maliku, chairman of the MDP stated, "If there is no progress from the current standoff before November 11th, then I am afraid that the Maldives will not be a safe place for tourists to visit."
Located some 400 km from Kochi, Minicoy, or Maliku in the local language, is usually not reached directly.
Hula hoops, Proposition 13, college sit-ins, LSD, Maliku Buddhism, skateboards, beach boys, silicon chips; California, the laboratory.
Twycross Zoo, in Atherstone, Warwickshire, has four Bornean orangutans: male Batu, females Kibriah and Maliku, and threeyearold youngster Molly.
The eight titles that were signed at the ceremony were: Dajaja Baq Biq (Baq Biq the Chicken), written by Rania Zabib Daher and illustrated by Joelle Achkar, which was declared Best Children's Book for 2009 during the opening of the Book Fair; Samar Mahfouz Barraj's Al Arnab Wa Maliku El Fiala (The Hare and the King of Elephants), illustrated by Manal Haddadine; Sanaa Shibbani's retelling of the classic Hikayat Sayyad Samak (Story of a Fisherman) from Kalila wa Dumna, illustrated by Manal Haddadine; Rania Zabib Daher's Ayna anamu Al Anan (Where Do I Sleep Now?) and Maza fi Batn Mama?
Last year Kristen, the criticallyendangered Amur leopard gave birth to cubs Alexei and Arina; while female orang-utan Maliku is mum to three-year-old Molly.