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tanti

(ˈtæntaɪ)
adj
archaic worthwhile
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The MoU was ratified by Secretary (Energy) Ajay Jain, Suzlon Company Chairman Tulsi Tanti, Axis Energy Group MD K.
Siddhartha Tanti Genesis Burson-Marsteller +91-99863-62435 Siddhartha.
Farmer Manoj Tanti said: " Even if my next yield is 5 kg less per cottah , I will earn profit as I have not purchased any fertiliser.
Suzlon, whose German unit Senvion is the third-biggest supplier of offshore turbines, is in talks with Japanese companies about forming a potential joint venture, Suzlon Chairman Tulsi Tanti said in an interview in Mumbai this week.
Tanti, as he was widely known, owner of the popular hamam in the mixed neighbourhood of Ayios Kassianos in old Nicosia, set off for Ledra street.
Somila Tanti was only 16 when she went missing from her home near the Nahorani plantation three years ago.
Tanti, of Hull, admitted making threats to kill and was given four years in jail.
Modi, Suzlon Energy Chairman Tulsi Tanti, and Zen Technologies Managing Director Ashok Atluri.
Suzlon Group chairman Tulsi Tanti said that the company had had a "disappointing" first half with performance weighed down by macro-economic challenges and policy uncertainties in some major markets in combination with internal issues.
Peppi Tanti, who owns Cardiff Reptile Centre, said he was stepping out of his shop when he heard a "commotion" in the direction of the police station.
MANAMA: Bahrain-headquartered Arcapita Bank, a leading international investment firm, yesterday announced its maiden investment in China as the firm formed a joint venture partnership with Colossus Holdings, a Singapore-based holding company of the Tanti group, the multi-billion Indian conglomerate, which will invest $2 billion to develop a 1,650 MW portfolio of wind farms in the Inner Mongolia region of China.
Dubai: aBahrain-based investment bank Arcapita Bank on Monday said it has formed a joint venture with Colossus Holdings, a Singapore-based holding company of the Tanti group, which will invest $2 billion to develop a 1,650 MW portfolio of wind farms in the Inner Mongolia region of China.