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kirana

(kɪˈnɑːnə)
n
(in India) a small, usually family-owned shop selling groceries and other sundries
[from Hindi]
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Tenders are invited for Providing kirana to the studant of dist and taluka level government hostels nashik dist nashik
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Aug 12 (ANI): Reliance Industries is working towards empowering three crore merchants and kirana shop owners with its end-to-end digital and physical distribution stack new commerce, its Chairman Mukesh Ambani said on Monday.
Also present was the Indonesian Ambassador to Malaysia, Rusdi Kirana.
Food authority said Thursday that food safety teams conducted raids at different Bakeries, Hotels, milk Shops hotels and others food shops around the division and imposed fine Rs67,800 to Amin Dhodha House, Anwar Dhodha House, Arslan Hotel (Khushab) Fried Checks, Al-Tariq Hotel (Mianwali), Ghulam Kirana Store (Bhakhar), Saleem Raza Hotel, Al- Yaqoob Hotel, Pakistan Sweets (Sargodha) over producing sub-standard food items, using defective material, preparing unhygienic food and lack of cleanliness arrangements.
Its eastern boundary was common with the Sheikhupura district, the Ravi separated it from Multan district and Montgomery (Sahiwal) in the south, while its northern boundary extended up to Kirana bar in the present-day Sargodha district.
In another incident, Kirana police arrested Mohammad Yousaf from Chak 92/SB and recovered 1.5 kg Heroin and Rs 25,000 in cash from his possession.
The artist was born in 1939 in the city of Kirana, India and moved to Karachi Pakistan during partition.
Rusdi Kirana, co-founder of Indonesia's Lion Air, one of the two airlines that lost passengers and crew in recent crashes involving Boeing's 737 MAX, has lashed out at the planemaker's handling of the crashes, Reuters' Tim Hepher reports.
Lion Air owner Rusdi Kirana told Bloomberg on Wednesday the airline was contemplating cancelling a $22bn order with Boeing following the October crash.
"I feel betrayed," Lion's founder, Rusdi Kirana, said by telephone Wednesday.
Co-founder Rusdi Kirana is furious over what he regards as attempts by Boeing to deflect attention from recent design changes and blame Lion Air for the crash, while the airline faces scrutiny over its maintenance record and pilots' actions.
Take 31-year-old Kirana Larasati, a popular television actress-turned-political novice who is now running for a seat in West Java's first electoral district for the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P).