sansar


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sansar

(ˈsɑːnzɑː)
n
(Physical Geography) an icy Iranian wind
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Tenders are invited for Construction of gsr along with its distribution system and pure water rising main for palkhi taal located at varwand nirwangi sansar and indapur iti campus
Making his movie debut in Ray's masterpiece Apur Sansar (the world of Apu) - the third part of the Apu Trilogy - in 1959, Chatterjee has acted in over 90 films to date.
Securities and Exchange Commission, assigned final ratings to the fixed-rate pass through certificates (PTCs) of two Sansar Trust transactions.
Proceeds from Ali Xeeshan's collection will be donated to Pirbhat Women's Development Society and Sujag Sansar, organizations striving to end violence against women and working against child marriages in Pakistan.
Sujag Sansar, presented a tableau showcasing Kachho's culture.
In another film, Sunhera Sansar, she was to star along with Hema Malini.
In contrast to this, other language movies have fared worse: there were just two Bengali entries and both from Satyajit Ray (Apur Sansar and Mahanagar), and very few in Telugu, Malayalam and Marathi.
Meme son de cloche du cote de Khadija Sansar, conseillere en communication, qui salue [beaucoup moins que]la femme intellectuelle hors pair[beaucoup plus grand que].
Briton Julia Krepska, director of charity Our Sansar, is still working in some of the most remote areas to find such victims.
SATYAJIT RAY'S APU TRILOGY, comprising Father Panchali (1955), Aparajito (1957), and Apur Sansar (The World of Apu, 1959), is a Bengali bildungsroman chronicling the early life of Apu, a boy from an impoverished Brahmin family who moves with his parents from their rural village to the holy city of Benares, then alone to Calcutta, where he attends university, marries, and ends up wandering the countryside after his beloved wife dies in childbirth.
Apni Nagaria, Naya Sansar, Behen, Jhoola and Kunwara Baap .
Smoke was seen because of high pressure while landing," said Birendra Sansar Shrestha, spokesperson at TIA.