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Devaki

virgin mother of Krishna. [Hindu Myth.: Parrinder, 76]
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Devaki Khimji has been executive director of Al Tasnim Group -- the Omani builder behind projects such as the Royal Opera House and Al Mouj, Muscat -- for the past seven years.
KARACHI -- Sunday will not be an ordinary day for at least two mothers- Purnima Sharma and Devaki Devi.
Devaki Khimji, executive director, Al Tasnim Group said, We chose to construct the unit in Misfah, as the group is committed to the Sultanates in-country value initiative.
The exclusive and high-profile event brought together Basam Adappa, Managing Director, Consolidated Contractors Co Oman LLC along with the Management of the Al Tasnim Group, Devaki Khimji, Executive Director, Dhiren Chaitanya Khimji, CEO, Group Corporate Services, Mohit Chaitanya Khimji, CEO, Group Divisions, and Farrokh Masani, Director Operations & Procurement for the launch of the product manufactured at the Groups unit.
Devaki Lindsey Berkson, DC, has been in practice in functional medicine, with an emphasis on nutrition, hormones, intimacy, and digestion, for decades.
They include economist Devaki Jain (Padma Bhushan awardee), economist Prabhat Patnaik, Satish Deshpande (sociology professor) and barrister Maja Daruwala, senior adviser with Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative.
The five petitioners are historian Romila Thapar, economists Prabhat Patnaik and Devaki Jain, sociology professor Satish Deshpande and human rights lawyer Maja Daruwala.
Lord Krishna was the son of Devaki and Vasudeva and his birthday is revered and celebrated by Hindus as the third most important religious festival after Holi and Diwali, he said, adding that Krishna is considered as the eighth and most powerful avatar of Lord Vishnu and he was born around 5,200 years ago.
Hearing a petition filed by five eminent persons - Romila Thapar, Devaki Jain, Prabhat Patnaik, Satish Deshpande and Maja Dharuwala, the Supreme Court has ordered the Pune police to place all the five activists they detained in a countrywide crackdown on August 28, under house arrest, and that too, in their own homes.
Olcott singles out global actors like the economist Devaki Jain of India, or the environmentalist Wangari Maathai of Kenya, or women's health and human rights defender Peggy Antrobus of the Caribbean: "These women were not grassroots activists--but rather highly educated professional women who, following IWY, had a hand not only in shaping national and UN policies but also in creating new networks that fostered new generations of cosmopolitan feminists."