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d. c.232 B.C., Indian emperor (c.273–c.232 B.C.) of the Maurya dynasty; grandson of Chandragupta. One of the greatest rulers of ancient India, he brought nearly all India, together with Baluchistan and Afghanistan, under one sway for the
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Together, Staples and Ashoka are providing young entrepreneurs with a chance to show how their Ventures are creating a positive, lasting impact in communities all around the world," said Paul Capelli, vice president of community and public relations, Staples.
In fact, through the initiative s training and placement partners, Accenture and Ashoka will equip approximately 5,800 individuals with professional and technical skills to get a job as well as provide them with leadership, teamwork and negotiation training.
So well-known is this landmark Indian restaurant - the original Ashoka - it is nearly as famous as the nearby tourist attractions.
Contractor address : senior officers bungalow at Tilak Marg and Rouse Avenue, Bhagwan Dass Road, Ashoka Road, Honble Ministers Residence and Banglow No.
The winner and finalists represent exactly the kind of transformative entrepreneurship that we support at Ashoka.
As part of the large Harlequin Restaurants group, the Ashoka at the Mill boasts a medieval farmhouse setting with a grand five-course buffet taking centre stage.
Since he bought the Ashoka Brasserie in Kirkintilloch - which was originally named Ashoka Regent Brasserie - Meeki had been living his dream.
The $20,000 grand-prize winner, STEM for All, was the strongest overall entry in the competition as determined by Ashoka Changemakers and a panel of expert judges.
The online competition is part of a three-year global initiative led by Ashoka Changemakers and Boehringer Ingelheim to identify and support innovations from around the world that transform the field of health to sustainably increase individual, family, and community well-being.
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With 15 Harlequin restaurants, including the new Ashoka Shak chain, Harlequin are now the largest and most popular Indian restaurant group in the UK.