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ratha

(ˈrʌtə)
n
(in India) a four-wheeled carriage drawn by horses or bullocks; chariot
[Hindi]
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Cette annee, les emigrants africains devraient transferer plus de 50 milliards de dollars en transferts d'argent a leurs amis et a leur famille dans leur pays d'origine, selon Dilip Ratha, chef de l'Unite "Migration et transferts d'argent", la section de la Banque mondiale qui traite des questions liees aux migrations et aux transferts d'argent.
'Remittances are on track to become the most important game in town when it comes to financing development,' says Dilip Ratha, lead economist in Macro Economics and Fiscal Management at the Bank and the head of KNOMAD.
Ratha Yatra, the chariot festival of Sri Jagannath Dev and one of the major festivals of the Hindu community, began on Thursday, reports BSS.
The about 450-year-old temple is famed for its Rath Yatra, which is counted among the third most important and largest after the Ratha Yatra at Puri.
"Remittances are on track to become the most important game in town when it comes to financing development," said Dilip Ratha, lead economist in Macro Economics and Fiscal Management at the Bank and the head of KNOMAD.
Sok Ratha, the provincial coordinator for rights group Adhoc, said on Wednesday that an estimated 80 to 90 members of the security forces had been sent from Doung Communal Hall to sites across the commune.
On ways to lower remittance costs, Dilip Ratha, lead author of the report, said: "Remittances are on track to become the largest source of external financing in developing countries.
Dilip Ratha is head of the World Bank Migration and Remittances Unit and Global Knowledge Partnership on Migration and Development
The massive rock-hewn elephant and one of the five chariot-shrines in the Pancha Ratha complex of Mahabalipuram, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The spiritual devotees of the most celebrated and revered Hindu deity Lord Krishna, also known as Jagannatha (Lord of Universe) will stage the annual procession of Ratha Yatra ndash a Chariot Journey ndash through our streets on Saturday, June 9.A religious festivity that is deep rooted in the faith from times immemorial and portrays love and devotional feelings has become a universal annual demonstration of profound adherence to the faith by believers.
'The methodology used to estimate these numbers is based on a World Bank's Working Paper by Ratha, Dilip, and William Shaw ( South-South migration and remittances.