nasya

nasya

Ayurvedic medicine
An intranasal plug of herbs used in ayurvedic medicine to eliminate ama (physiologic impurities).
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nasya

In Ayurvedic medicine, purification of the body by taking oils or other fluids in the nose.
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Documents available with this scribe revealed that Nasya Int'l Co (Private) Limited, a company working in oil, gas, energy and telecom sectors, was incorporated with SECP on 30th May 2014.
'' Ala el Nasya'' ( At the Corner), '' Abla Fadeela'' ( Miss Fadeela), ''Kelmteen w Bas'' ( Two Words Only), ''Lo'atena el Gamila'' ( Our Beautiful Language) among others.
Twelve years after the so-called HIV trial in Libya, nurse Nasya NenovaA won a case againstA 9 Libyan investigating officers, NOVA said.A The General Secretariat of the Jamaican Ministry ofA Libya must give 500 000 leva compensation to Nasya Nenova and 26 617 leva additional property compensation.
Amal Fahmi was the woman behind of the famous programme "A'al Nasya" (At the Corner), which has been broadcasted for more than 50 years, making it enter the Guinness World Records.
Day 2 - Saturday, November 4 - DJ Ijay, Shubhangi Tewari, Karan Shambhi, Forgotten Cure Band, Anhad Band, Project BAK (Barkha / Angel / Kamya), Kunal Wason with Nasya, Hiten Panwar w/ DJ Kamya , Akhil Sachdeva w/ Nasha, DJ YOGII
Introduction by film director Nasya Kamrat, keynote talk by Holocaust survivor Evie Banko, and a panel discussion about Holocaust awareness in today's world.
In headache, drowsiness, sinusitis, more sleepy feelings the 'Pradhaman nasya' i.e.
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The documentary, directed by Yylmaz Vurucu and produced by architect Bahanur Nasya, is about the culture and history of the people living in the Black Sea town of Sinop.
"An affable gentleman, "Mahmoud" ushered this observer into the Benghazi People's Court (Mahkamat al-Sha'b) and showed me the freshly painted courtroom where on December 19, 2006, the current NTC leader and long term CIA favorite, Mustafa Abdul Jalil, twice upheld death sentences by firing squad against a Palestinian doctor, Ashraf al-Hujuj, and five Bulgarian nurses Kristiyana Valtcheva, Nasya Nenova, Valentina Siropulo, Valya Chervenyashka, and Snezhana Dimitrova.