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oja

(o´jah) in ayurveda, the imprint of self in the physical body, which arises from the strength of the metabolism and balance a body maintains in knowing itself, thus governing the immune system
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OJA aims to reflect the cultural and historical monuments, which the Sultanate is famous for through selected pictures.
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Al Jabri expressed his thanks and appreciation to the Diwan of the Royal Court, Foreign Ministry, Egyptian Culture Ministry, the Sultanate's Embassy in Egypt, Cairo Opera House and Arab journalists for supporting OJA in organising this gallery.
Al Adawi said that the media forum was announced and endorsed by the OJA in its previous initiative on Dialogue on Women in Media.
The OJA delegation met with Ahmed al-Hazori, Director General of the Palestinian Public Authority of Radio and Television and reviewed various media aspects and the circumstances facing joint Arab media work, in addition to identifying ways of developing media cooperation between the two sides and make use of experiences and exchange of training.
Imad Abu Kishek, Executive Vice President and officials at the university greeted the OJA delegation.
Several market women and men at Oja Tuntun, in the Ilorin metropolis, Kwara State, at the weekend, protested alleged government imposition of the old executives of the traders in charge of the market on them.
Baquir, OJA Chairman gave a speech, in which he pointed out to the
Marqus Butler, OJA program manager, said the project symbolizes OJAs commitment to a positive youth development philosophy.
Under his leadership Congress will reach new heights, we are ready for all kinds of struggle," said Congress leader Shobhaa Oja.
Estonia should reach a level equivalent to 85 per cent of the actual living standard of Finland in 15-20 years, Kaspar Oja, economist at the Bank of Estonia, said.