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An accredited social health activist ( ASHA), Jamuna Mani said the prime minister's words of encouragement would make her work harder to save people from the dreaded disease that had also haunted her own village of Tendagaon on the outskirts of Kuldiha wildlife sanctuary.
Jamuna Mani was in her paddy field when her relatives rushed to inform her about the prime minister's mention of her work in his Mann Ki Baat address.
Manis earlier pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity but was declared competent to stand trial.
The woman told police that Manis kept her in a closet that was nailed shut, with her hands and feet bound, until she escaped by jumping out of a second-story window on November 26, and managed to reach neighbours for help.
Manis received his bachelor's degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio and his master's degree in health care administration from Trinity University in San Antonio.
Manis said, in calling for a national scientific approach to the growing problem.
Let's get ahead of this problem scientifically, now," Manis said, noting that federal and state class action and individual lawsuits have been filed against gypsum manufacturers and suppliers, builders and others.
The Mobile Marketing Association today announces the first annual Manis Award for Outstanding Service and Dedication to the Mobile Marketing Industry.
In this role, Manis will help gain global market access for TDMA by working with US and International government authorities and regulators, and by continuing to strengthen the UWCC operation as it grows throughout South America and the Asia Pacific region.
Mani Shimada died within 24 hours of exhibiting flu-type symptoms.