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NPR

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Nepalese Rupee.

NPR

ISO 4217 code for the Nepalese rupee. It was introduced in 1932, replacing the mohar. Since 1993, it has been pegged to the Indian rupee at a rate of 1.6 NPR to 1 Indian rupee.
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From its inception in May 2002, NPR focused on northern markets with attractive fundamentals, and where it had an existing presence and enjoyed strong market positions.
NPR has been presenting its Tiny Desk Concerts since 2008, drawing well-known musicians including Adele, Yo-Yo Ma and John Legend.
The Home ministry has already suggested that the NPR and dhr schemes be merged under the Registrar General of India (RGI) or division of work between the two should be in such a way that enrolment is done entirely by NPR, while Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), which runs dhr, carried out de-duplication ahead of generating the unique number.
Our speed, direction and whether we're wearing a seat belt are fed into the recorder and continuously updated, NPR notes.
After reviewing the polling results, NPR contacted Stuart Youngner, MD, a bioethicist at Case Western University Medical School in Cleveland for his reaction.
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Does the "public" in NPR effectively erect a wall of separation between church and station?
When the tape went viral, it not only pushed Ron Schiller out the door but also ended the NPR career of CEO Vivian Schiller.
NPR says it had two sources for the report that Giffords had been killed, but it failed basic journalism standards by not indicating where the information came from.
National Public Radio (NPR) said it notified Juan Williams late Wednesday that it was terminating his contract as a senior news analyst for NPR News.
NPR journalists have provided powerful, personal storytelling capturing the tragedy of war and the struggle of the human spirit, and have done so while risking their lives every day," says Ken Stern, chief executive officer, NPR.
He has foisted ombudsmen on PBS and NPR (which already had an ombudsman), telling them to monitor the networks for bias; they answer to Mary Catherine Andrews, last seen working as a communications officer at the Bush White House.