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Prasad

(prəˈsɑːd)
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(Biography) Rajendra (rɑːˈdʒɛndrə). 1884–1963, Indian statesman and journalist; first president of India (1950–62)
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Mukkamalla Venugopal Reddy, Jailor, Office of the District, Sub-Jails Officer, Vijayawada; Animalla Sesha Hanuman, Head Warden, District Jail, Eluru and Ramesh Prashad, Superintendent, District Jail, Hajipur among 37 prison personnel that will receive Correctional Service Medals for their Meritorious Service.
Three winners of the first week are Sonjoy Sen Gupta, Khairul Ahsan Saheb and Deba Prashad Das.
Prashad, on Whitehall Road in Drighlington, also came second in Gordon Ramsay's 2010 TV show, Britain's Best Restaurant.
Dewali is a colorful festival involving lighting candles, worship, celebration and prayers, where 'prashad' is offered to all devotees.
'Diwali' is a colourful festival involving lightening of candles, worship, celebration and prayers, where 'prashad' is offered to all devotees.
Vijay Prashad links the issue of right-wing populism and the strong individuals who represent it with the disarray in global capitalism, the thorough disappointment and the astounding inequalities it has caused.
Chad Prashad, current Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy and Analytics Officer, to the position of President and CEO, effective immediately.
The officers ahould appear in the next hearing and reveal the causes behind the losses of Rs60 million," remarked the CJP."The Indian minister for railways Lalu Prashad was an illiterate person but made the department profitable.
NLL chairperson Rabindra Kumar Shrestha and Ganesh Prashad Banjade, chairperson of the Federation of Nepalese Journalists-Qatar, were the chief guests.
Director: Johan Grimonprez With: Andrew Feinstein, David Leigh, Helen Garlick, Riccardo Privitera, Pierre Sprey, Vijay Prashad, Jeremy Scahill, Marta Benavides, Lawrence Wilkerson, Chris Hedges, Franklin C.
That game is finished, it's too dangerous" said Vijay Prashad, a professor of international studies at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.