Giri


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Giri

An ancient Sumerian unit of length approximately equivalent to one meter.
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Giri said the media in Nepal were carrying misleading reports from Bahrain stating Nepalis were attacked and were being denied food.
Brij Kishore Giri and Samsul Hoda are residents district Bara (Kaliya) in Nepal and other all other accused are residents of Motihari district of Bihar.
Giri said the state government's revenue sources such as electricity, mines and boulders will also be part of the shutdown.
False promise "I had met Giri in Copenhagen in Denmark during an international seminar in 1992.
Anish Giri of the Netherlands, who was leading the pack up until Round 7, ended up second with seven points overall after a commanding performance in which he bested Armenia's Vladimir Akopian in what was generally considered the most exciting match of the day.
Top seed GM Levon Aronian of Armenia remained on top with 6 points after splitting the point with GM Anish Giri of Netherlands in 48 moves of Catalan Opening.
Giri was accused of adopting unfair practices to influence voters.
Mr Prasad held a meeting with Nepali Club president Durga Giri, club members and company officials to discuss and speed up the repatriation process.
A division bench of justices Ram Prasad Shrestha and Mohan Prakash Sitaula issued the order after at least five advocates, including Baburam Giri and Harihar Dahal pleaded on behalf of the petitioner.
Tulsi Giri, vice chairman of the government, acknowledged that some restrictions have been placed on press freedoms and that political functioning has slowed following the royal takeover.
Giri, 40, is board certified in cardiovascular disease, internal medicine and interventional cardiology by the American Board of Internal Medicine as well as board certified in nuclear cardiology by the Certification Board of Nuclear Cardiology.
The standoff hiked So and Kramnik's totals to five points, half-a-point behind the lead pack of Dutch Anish Giri, reigning world champion Magnus Carlsen and former solo leader Shakhriyar Mamedyarov of Azerbaijan.