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(Hinduism and Buddhism) the effects of a person's actions that determine his destiny in his next incarnation

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Chowdary and the Secretary, Department of Science & Technology Shri Ashutosh Sharma.
Mr Chowdary has a proven track record in improving company growth and profitability performance using strategic pricing methods and state-of-the-art predictive analytics.
Specialist adviser for children, young people and families, Qasim Chowdary, told the conference that the influence of those in the public spotlight should not be undermined when it came to smoking.
Playing under them will be team owner Sohail Khan, Sonu Sood, Bobby Deol, Aftab Shivdasani, Shabbir Ahluwalia, Mahesh Manjrekar, Apurva Lakhia, Raja Bherwani, Varun Badola, Angad Bedi, Kabir Sadanand, Ashish Chowdary, Vatsal Seth and Sunny Singh.
Prasad Chowdary, Mohanty Biswajit, Nazkani Umesh (2005): Paper presented at National Conference on Management of Emerging Sectors: New Paradigms and Perspectives, TPA Management Institute, Manipal.
A lot of our investments then (like the one in a softgel plant in the US) went bad, says Founder Chairman Chowdary V.
Chowdary, Pall (1992), Women Welfare and Development: A Source Book.
Tatiana Vener, [1] Carlo Derecho, [1] Jonathan Baden, [1] Haiying Wang, [1] Yashoda Rajpurohit, [1] Joanne Skelton, [1] Jyoti Mehrotra, [1] Shobha Varde, [1] Dondapati Chowdary, [1] Walt Stallings, [2] Bradley Leibovich, [3] Howard Robin, [4] Alexandre Pelzer, [5] Georg Schafer, [6] Marco Auprich, [7] Sebastian Mannweiler, [8] Peter Amersdorfer, [9] and Abhijit Mazumder [1] *
Chowdary (2007) mentions the findings of the university of South Maine's Institute of Family Owned Business, which are quite revealing: some 35% of Fortune 500 companies are family controlled.
Sejvar JJ, Chowdary Y, Schomogyi M, Stevens J, Patel J, Karem K, et al.
Nazimullah Chowdary, Bangladeshi Ambassador to the UAE, said, "The enhanced air connectivity from Ras Al Khaimah to Bangladesh would be of great benefit to the large number of Bangladeshi expatriates in the UAE, 55 percent of whom are residing in the Northern Emirates and mainly hailing from Chittagong".
The enhanced air connectivity from Ras Al Khaimah to Bangladesh would be of great benefit to the large number of Bangladeshi expatriates in the UAE, 55 per cent of whom are residing in the Northern Emirates and mainly hailing from Chittagong," said Bangladeshi ambassador to the UAE Nazimullah Chowdary.
Vemuri Muthayya Chowdary, Indian Institute of Technology
Information about India is from T H Chowdary, Politics and Economics of Telecom Liberalization in India, 22 TELECOMMUNICATIONS POL'Y 9 (1998) and Nikhil Sinha, The Political Economy of India's Telecommunication Reforms, 20 TELECOMMUNICATIONS POL'Y 23 (1996).