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binit

An earlier term for "binary digit." See bit.
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Foreign airlines such as Emirates and Hong Kong`s Cathay Pacific Airways have reached the limit of flights into India allowed under bilateral agreements and New Delhi has not extended additional rights, creating an opening for domestic carriers to grow, said Binit Somaia, director for South Asia at CAPA.
Other arrested board members include Ichchha Bahadur Gurung, Suwarna Raj Bhandari, Madhuwan Lal Shrestha, former Chief Executive Officer Rishi Raj Bhatta, former assistant manager Durga Dutta Joshi, former deputy general manager Ramchandra Basaula, former branch manager Bikas Shrestha, former branch manager of Lokanthali Sagar Neupane, former branch manager Man Bahadur Raut, former general manager Binit Mani Upadhaya, former loan officer Mohan Kharel and former branch manager Sudeep Thapa.
Binit Sureka, Department of Radiology, Institute of Liver & Biliary Sciences, New Delhi-110070; binitsurekapgi@gmail.com
Stephen Bienko, who owns two Boston-area franchises of College Hunks Hauling Junk and College Hunks Moving (he covers 15 territories overall) and later this month will be on the other end of franchising, hoping to lease out the franchising rights to his new company, BinIt.
IndiGo, India's largest airline by market share, could pick up a combination of regional planes that can seat up to 100 passengers, narrow-body aircraft such as the Airbus A320 that it already operates, and wide-body jets for launching medium- to long-haul services, said Binit Somia, the director of South Asia at industry consultancy CAPA.
The rollon rolloff ship was sailing from Lipata, Surigao province to Liloan, Southern Leyte province, when it encountered steering problems in choppy waters, 11 kilometers northwest of Binit Point, Panaoan Island at around 7:30 p.m.