Khokha


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Khokha

A slang term for 10 million Indian rupees. See also: Crore.
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As a result, the mammary glands start to degenerate, which increases the risk of breast cancer occurring," said Khokha.
For a general discussion of the need for coalitions between queer and immigrant movements in the United States, see Luibheid and Khokha (2001).
South End Press, 2000); Sasha Khokha, "Paper Chase," Colorlines 4 (2001): 26-29; Lisa Sun-Hee Park, "Navigating the Anti-Immigrant Wave: The Korean Women's Hotline and the Politics of Community," in Community Acitivism and Feminist Politics: Organizing across Race, Class, and Gender, ed.
The new law provided relief to some people who had been in the process before the rules were changed," explains Sasha Khokha of the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights.
While the INS contends that Operation Vanguard will be less stressful or disruptive than the previous strategy of unannounced occasional raids, Sasha Khokha of the National Network for Immigration and Refugee Rights said that new enforcement tactics will have the same consequences.
Sasha Khokha begins her graduate studies this fall at the University of California, Berkeley.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply, installation and commissioning of 78 numbers solar street lighting system in khokha dakshin, khokha uttar, jhunni kala, chanka, khutti dhuneli villages under shree nagar block of purnea distt bihar
Summary: Teams from UAE and Sudan work to remove landmines on road between Al Mukha and Al Khokha
Rescue sources said that due to over speeding and careless driving, a passenger bus turned turtle in Mawal Khokha area of Zafarwal in district Narowal.
Camera (color, DV/16mm-to-DV), Daniel Gorrell, Sophia Constantinou; editor, Funari; music, Pauline Oliveros, Bostich and Fussible of the Nortec Collective, John Blue; sound, Phil Perkins; associate producers, Sasha Khokha, Avilla Peterson.
We have to remember that `the border' is everywhere," said Sasha Khokha of the Oakland-based National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights.