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Kanara

, Canara
a region of SW India, in Karnataka on the Deccan Plateau and the W Coast. Area: about 155 000 sq. km (60 000 sq. miles)
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These elements were the description of Kwanzaa, the activities to start Kwanzaa (we gathered around the table while my aunt [lit] the first candle on the Kanara), the meaning of the first Kwanzaa day (Umoya: unity) an important action reflecting the spirit of Kwanzaa (We all went out to serve food to the homeless that day to represent unity) and the meaning of the narrator s name (purpose).
Further, they informed that many roads passing through forest areas are being upgraded by widening and black topping in all the divisions of North Kanara district without seeking any approval from the competent authority as envisaged in the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Environment and Forests under Forest ( Conservation) Act 1980.
Inaugurating an awareness programme on exports at the Kanara Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) here on Thursday, he said that India's export growth can come from the neighbouring countries.
Mohammed Amin, president, Kanara Chamber of Commerce and Industry said the 400 metric tonnes of cargo that Radhakrishna hoped to generate each month can be made available if the airlines concerned cooperate.
We rode to Koppa, Haripura, Sringeri, Kerekatte, South Kanara border, Kudremukh, a brief stop for lunch at Suprabha Residency, then off to Ashwin's tea estate at Galigandi and back to Kalasa.
On the saga of Tulunadu, also known as Tenkana and South Kanara, Mr.Rao highlighted the fact that it could be considered as the cradle of banking in India, as evident from leading financial institutions such as Syndicate Bank, Vijaya Bank, Canara Bank, Corporation Bank and Karnataka Bank among others.
Forty-four-year-old Nayak has come a long way - from being a boy who came to Mumbai from his Yennehole village in south Kanara district of Karnataka nearly three decades ago.
(2005), Contemporary and Future Issues in Indian Banking, Kanara Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mangalore [online] Available from http://www.bis.org/review/ r050321g.pdf.
In this paper, various modes of female expression will be discussed, as they are displayed in two possession cults, in Bengal and South Kanara. I am concerned here with how affects and emotions, embedded in cultural idioms, emerge through linguistic and pragmatic processes) Looking at rituals often regarded as therapeutic, idioms of distress are here interpreted as ethnopsychiatric phenomena (Nichter 1981: 379).
Performances particularly noted by the judges were given by flutist Kanara Rodrigues from Dubai College, oud player Essa Al Najem from Bahrain Bayan School and pianist Charles Fernandes from the British School of Kuwait.
Hebbar (1911-96) born in South Kanara and educated at J.J.