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Gang

An organized group (often rather small) of persons with a common identity. The term is usually used to describe organized crime groups, especially those run by racial and ethnic minorities. As with most organized crime groups, gangs have symbols, rituals and are generally involved in drug trafficking and other illegal activities. Gangs and other organized crime groups pose a significant and persistent problem for law enforcement. See also: RICO.
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"We spent a lot of time coming up with awful band names but none of them really stuck," Gange said.
He dedicated the Prize to the people of India and donated its amount to the Namami Gange Fund.
[ClickPress, Thu Apr 05 2018] Namo Gange Trust, a Non-Profit Organization working in the field of Health & Welfare is going to organize the 3rd Edition of India's International Health & Wellness Exhibition "The Yogshala Expo 2018" from 4th to 6th May 2018 at Hall No.-7, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India in magnificent manner.
Sharma said that the technology complies with the guidelines and protocols of central pollution control board ( CPCB) and it is already operational under Namami Gange project in Patna, Bihar.
Retired fork-lift truck driver Mr Gange, from Stone, Staffordshire, had been a campaigner against Britain's growing yob culture and wrote letters to his local paper lamenting the state of society.
"I suddenly realized, here was an enormous resource," says Alan Gange. A researcher in microbial ecology, he worked through the records with his father and two colleagues.
Gange. "We talk about the treated history of HIV infection."
Gange horrified the Opera's more conservative subscribers, but Forsythe was nonetheless invited to direct Frankfurt Ballet.
Summary: Bulandshahr (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Aug 16 (ANI): Two people have been reported missing after they attempted to rescue three children from drowning in the Ganges at Anupshahr here on Friday.
Bangladesh and India Thursday formed a joint technical committee for conducting a feasibility study on optimum utilization of the Ganges waters as per the Ganges Water Sharing Treaty.
The school students danced to the theme of the "Ganges: The Mighty River." All the students danced to show the importance of the sacred Indian river Ganges and its mighty force as the screen behind was lit up with images of the river that is the backbone of North India.