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Pratihara

 

(also Gurjara-Pratihara), a Rajput family that in the eighth century gave rise to the rulers of a large feudal state in North India, the Gurjara-Pratihara empire.

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Located at 6111 Sienna Ranch Road in Missouri City, the new school is owned by Sudhir and Suzie Parihar.
Thrilled with the results and response, Benny Parihar, partner at Cryo Health, Dubai, explains how the procedure works: "Whole Body Cryotherapy [WBC] involves a painless freezing of the skin's surface through exposure to extremely low temperatures [-120 to -140 degrees Celsius using gasiform nitrogen] for a maximum of three minutes.
Pankaj Singh Parihar said: "I felt elated at having won my first ever draw since I came to Oman eight years back.
In the 58kg weight Gajendra Parihar of India won gold medal by defeating Ranjan Shreshtha of Nepal in the grand final on points while Kinley Penjor and Arjun Rawat got bronze medals.
Balvinder Parihar, 37, from Attleborough, was found guilty of two counts of sexual assault and one count of rape at Coventry Crown Court on Friday, September 27.
6 ( ANI ): Charan Singh Parihar has proved to be an excellent role model for other farmers in the drought prone Bundelkhand region.
The medicinal properties of a number of such fern species from Rajasthan, India has been reviewed (Parihar and Parihar, 2006).
cineraria in the world (Beeson 1941; Mathur & Singh 1960; Singh & Bhandari 1986; Parihar 1993; Parihar & Singh 1993), of which 26 are known to be potential threats in arid and semi-arid regions (Ahmed et al.
Paribar CM, Rana KS, Jat ML, Jat SLM, Parihar D, Kantwa SR, Singh DK, Sharma S (2012) Carbon footprint and economic sustainability of pearl millet-mustard system under different tillage and nutrient management practices in moisture stress conditions.
Abdullah, Vice President, Enterprise, Risk Management, Astro Overseas Limited, (AOL), Malaysia, Andrew Bissett, Head of Risk Management, Woolworths, Australia, Jagdish Parihar, Head of Natural Fibers Division, Olam, Singapore, Steve Tunstall, Committee Member, PRMIA, Hong Kong, Former Head of Corporate Risk, Cathay Pacific Airways, Hong Kong, Neeraj Haralalka, Senior Vice President and Head of Risk & Control, HSBC, Singapore, Chris Maguire, Regional Manager AsiaPac and MEACA Emergency Response & Crisis Management, Petrofac, Singapore, Muru CM, Finance Director & Regional Risk Director of Unilever Malaysia & Singapore and Aaron Jiang, Head of APAC Risk Management, Bayer HealthCare.