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Fattah will join Ambassador Mulay, Consul General of India in New York, as a speaker at the event aimed at engaging and strengthening ties with the local Indian community in Philadelphia.
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25am) Comedy, starring Utpal Dutt and Suhasini Mulay 1969 ***
Mulay, the Consul General of India expressed his appreciation following the US gesture and said that that the timing of the return was co-incidental, adding that it will have a positive impact.
Shree Mulay & Emily Gibson, Marketing of Assisted Human Reproduction and the Indian State, 49 Development 84, 87 (Dec.
Established in 1997, Newmark Grubb Mexico City is led by founding partner Giovanni D'Agostino, president, in conjunction with executives Jay Mulay and Harold Murray.
In a study of 24 patients with type B2 and B3 fractures treated with cementless, tapered, fluted and distally fixed stems, Mulay and colleagues reported that 91% of fractures healed although there were five dislocations and two nonunions.
The Maldivian President's spokesperson Adil Riza had called Mulay a " traitor" and an " enemy" of their country.
In Morocco "under Mulay Ismail (1672-1727), more than one hundred fifty thousand soldiers of Sudanese origin were recruited to control the Berbers" (Waugh 2005: 109).