Sanga


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Sanga

a type of draft cattle with a small cervicothoracic hump and long horns, originating in eastern and southern Africa. It includes many varieties.
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Sanchit Sanga to our panel and I am sure his knowledge, experience and expertise in the field of data analytics and digital marketing that will help nurture our startups and lead them on their path to success.
Himayat Ullah Mayar, District Nazim Mardan and MPA Jamshed Khan Mohmand officially inaugurated the football ground which is located in Sanga village of Takht Bhai in Mardan.
At the beginning," adau, means that in the first instance there is conviction (sraddha), which is instigated by hearing scripture in the sanga of saintly people, and that is the meaning of trust.
Anwar Khan from Evamp & Sanga informed that they are running live audio streaming service under PEMRA Mobile Audio service License over the various Mobile Network Operators in Pakistan.
IMRAN registered a splendid century to help lead Sun Gulf Kannada Sanga to a massive 153-run victory over Sprite Cricket Star in the Bahrain Cricket Diamond League T20 event, held under the auspices of Cricket Bahrain.
Indian socio-cultural forums Bangya Parishad, Gujarati Samaj, Indian Cultural and Arts Center, Indian Women's Association, Karnataka Sanga, Qatar Tamizar Sanga, Telungu Kala Samithi, Tulu Koota, HOPE Qatar and UPAKAR Qatar are expected to put up performances at the function.
PSM is a fully licenced multi-product loading river terminal located in Sanga Sanga River, Palaran, East Kalimantan, Indonesia.
This led to the implementation of crossbreeding programmes involving the use of Holstein-Friesians with indigenous breeds including the Sanga and the West African Shorthorn to improve the adaptive value and productivity of these indigenous breeds.
The absence of goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, Jack Wilshere and Bacary Sanga has also added to Arsenal''s task in Germany.
The main textual evidence Hallisey offers in support of particularism is the story of Siri Sanga Bo, a medieval king of Sri Lanka.
He is survived by a daughter, Camilla Salo of Woodstock, CT; three grandchildren, Shawn Sanga, Amy Sanga and Tracy Place; and a great granddaughter, Makayla Place.
According to Sanga Jabarkhel, a reporter with the National Radio, Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) members also attended the meeting.