Prasad


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Prasad

(prəˈsɑːd)
n
(Biography) Rajendra (rɑːˈdʒɛndrə). 1884–1963, Indian statesman and journalist; first president of India (1950–62)
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Lalu Prasad will be the leader of our alliance for the election.
The government better tell Pakistan for the last time that there will be no dialogue unless it fulfils the January 4, 2004 agreement to demolish the terror infrastructure," Prasad said.
Prasad's brother-in-law Dommetty Srinivas said Prasad owned about 150 acres of land in different districts in Andhra Pradesh.
Dr Prasad practised at surgeries in Shieldfield and Heaton, both Newcastle, and the Springwell Medical Group surgery in Sunderland.
Prasad served as information adviser to three Prime Ministers, Indira Gandhi, Morarji Desai, and Rajiv Gandhi.
Vauxhall say Mr Prasad was "unlucky" and charged him pounds 2,000 for a replacement engine, even though they agreed that the reason for the overheating was faulty wiring on the thermostatically-controlled cooling fan switch.
Now Dr Prasad has revealed revived plans to turn the church's former Sunday school into a surgery for four or five doctors.
Prasad, a newly minted graduate of the internal medicine residency program at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Odessa, applied for and received a J-l visa waiver.
In 12 years in the management of business services, Prasad has developed a diverse client list that ranges from food distribution and communications to transportation and fashion.
Prasad vowed to keep the woman from returning to the nursing home where she had been living.
Srinath grabbed four wickets for three runs and Prasad two for seven as Pakistan, electing to bat on the seaming Eden Gardens track, slipped to 26-6 within the first hour.
Rajen Prasad, the Race Relations Conciliator for New Zealand, is a positive man, an optimist in a racially diverse society.