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sansar

[′sän·sər]
(meteorology)
A northwest wind of Persia.
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Our Sansar aims to rebuild villages and find permanent homes for the youngsters.
According to a 2013 report by Singapore-based but Iraq-focused Sansar Capital , Iraq is still one of the most under-banked countries in the MENA region, with estimates that 80 percent of the population does not have a bank account.
Iraqi state-owned banks had a 67 percent share of cash-credit to the private-sector as of 2011, according to a report by Sansar Capital released in 2013.
Already Hong Kong MATV, Thailand Bunny Ventures and Mongolia Sansar have committed to this 2014 project.
Summary: Iraq's banking sector is set to maintain a positive growth trajectory driven by the country's economic revival and improving security situation, explains Sansar Capital's Iraq banking sector report
Unknown militants picked up the laborers belonging to Punjab province the previous night from Gwadar's Sansar area and Balochistan Levies forces rushed to the area to retrieve the bodies of the deceased.
Local food chains Nomin, Orgil, Sansar, and Bosa and department store Sky continue to dominate; they bring in outside influences by importing many of their goods.
With the International Monetary Fund (IMF) forecasting Iraq's gross domestic production (GDP) to grow at a rate of nine per cent in 2013, the banking sector in particular is expected to maintain a steady growth rate over the next few years, according to Sansar Capital Management's report released here on Thursday.
With the International Monetary Fund (IMF) forecasting Iraq's GDP to grow at a rate of 9 per cent in 2013, the banking sector in particular is expected to maintain steady growth over the next few years, added the new report on Iraq's banking sector released by Sansar Capital Management, a leading asset management firm.
The banking sector in Iraq is projected to experience significant earnings and asset growth over the next ten years, according to a report prepared by Sansar Capital Management.
Some of his memorable performances were seen in plays Abhak Dubhak, Tibhak, Are Sansar, Khandobache Lagin and Jambhul Akhyan.
Who can forget Satyajit Ray's Trilogy - Pather Panchali (1955), Aparajito (1956) and Apur Sansar (1959)?