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lochan

(ˈlɒxən; ˈlɒkən)
n
(Physical Geography) Scot a small inland loch
[C18: Gaelic, diminutive of loch]
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KC, whose condition has deteriorated in the last few days," Lochan Karki, an NMA spokesman, said in a statement on Friday.
Expressing strong reaction against the act, Dr Lochan Karki, general secretary of the Nepal Medical Association said that the government is treating medical practitioners as murderer or criminal, reports Onlinekhabar news portal.
According to Dantewada's Superintendent of Police, Dantewada, Kamal Lochan Kashyap, the two have been involved in many crucial activities of the Naxalite organisations for the last 15 years.
Seed certification inspector Rakesh Lochan was dismissed Thursday by the agriculture department after the bribe allegations.
Before going to Scotstoun to enjoy the Guinness Pro12 Glasgow Warriors v Zebre Rugby game on Friday, March 6, 2015, the winner and their guest will be treated to a meal at 'Wee Lochan' in Glasgow, as well as being delivered a hamper full of delicious Rowan Glen dairy products plus an official Glasgow Warriors rugby ball and jersey signed by the team.
THE Supreme Court ruling came on a petition filed in 2005 by Delhi-based advocate Vishwa Lochan Madan challenging validity of the "parallel courts" run by institutions such as the Dar-ul Qaza, Darul-Ift and Dar-ul-Uloom Deoband which issued fatwas.
But Lochan Rijal is no ordinary singer, "Paurakhi" no ordinary song.
"MIDS is very intelligent!"- Dr Rajeev Lochan, Director of Cardiology, Saudi German Hospital, Dubai & Chief of Interventional Cardiology, International Modern Hospital, Dubai.
Additional attendees included Janice Duis of Jamba Juice; Shane Talbott and Steve Nakisher of Talbot Teas; Rajiv Lochan of Lochan Teas; Dan Robertson of World Tea Tours; Photographer Matthew London, who is completing a new book of photos entitled “The Spirit of Tea”; members of the International Tea Cuppers Club; and the new Tea Master for the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, Bruce Richardson.
The 19-year-old, from Solihull, was airlifted to hospital after falling as he tried to scale a difficult climb above the Great Slab at Coire an Lochan near Aviemore in Scotland.