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any of several alkaloids extracted from the shrub Rauwolfia serpentina

any shrub or small tree of the genus Rauwolfia having leaves in whorls and cymose flowers

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A special Middle East Chandrika supplement was released by the Minister of Industries and Information Technology of Kerala PK Kunhalikuty to celebrate the occasion.
I woke up one day and realized that, though I had reached many measures of success, I had not connected with my life's purpose," says Chandrika.
It gives children the opportunity in a group setting to have a positive play experience and use the imagination side of the brain," explains Chandrika, 34, who is originally from New Jersey, in the USA.
Today, 35-year-old Chandrika is still a long way from making her first million, but her couture wedding dress company is booming.
Chandrika took it a step further when she went to the Institute for the Blind in Bangalore as a volunteer for four months.
Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga has called for help from the international community in dealing with the aftermath of the tsunami, which is feared to have killed 6,000 people in Sri Lanka.
President Chandrika Kumaratunga fired the defence, interior and information ministers - who had helped spearhead peace efforts with the Tamil Tiger rebels - and took control of those ministries, saying it was necessary for the security of the country.
England's tour of Sri Lanka is under threat following a state of emergency declared by the country's president Chandrika Kumaratunga.
The other best-in-category awards went to Sita Chandrika Palepu, 17, of James Madison High School in Vienna, Va.
Catholics led by Fernando and residents of other religions had opposed the 300-megawatt plant construction since President Chandrika Kumaratunga's People's Alliance that led the government announced it in 1997.
The Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga indicated on 15 August that a rebel Tamil Tiger attack on the country's international airport had cost more than USD1bn.
Kunihiko Makita, director general of Asian and Oceania Affairs at the Foreign Ministry, called on the foreign minister while in Sri Lanka to participate in the Second Sri Lanka-Japan Policy Consultations, initiated following President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga's visit to Japan in 1996.
He said the death of his mother, Chandrika, four years ago, helped focus his interest in medicine.
Ratwatte, a relative of President Chandrika Kumaratunga, had entered the race promising to stamp out corruption.
A parcel bomb addressed to Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga was detected by security staff Monday and defused by a bomb disposal squad, a spokesman for the Presidential Security Division said.