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In 2005, Rane quit Shiv Sena to join the Congress Party and in September last year, he ended his over-a-decade-long association with the Congress.
When Rane (Madras) first purchased the facility the investment was embraced by state politicians.
Rane appeared unfazed after his defeat and held himself responsible for the loss.
In the lecture, Associate Professor Rane explains in-depth the concepts of Jihad and what it means according to the Quran.
Rane examines the most complex debates and dilemmas within Islam and its relations with the western civilization.
4 August 2010 a[euro]" Indian rating agency CARE on Tuesday assigned its A/PR1 ratings to the bank facilities of Rane Brake Lining Ltd (NSE:RBL), a major supplier of brake linings, clutch facings and disc pads for automotive sector.
To his credit, he has grown Rane TRW Steering's turnover from Rs 85 crore (when he joined) to Rs 350 crore.
This has been denied by David Rane who said a 40-minute unedited interview with the boys is available to those who wanted to see it.
David Rane and partner Neasa Ni Chianain are on the committee that runs the annual An Guth Gafa documentary film festival in Gortahork, Co Donegal, where both they and O Searcaigh live.
There is a risk that many such individuals have escaped detection" says Anders Rane of the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, and one of the authors of the study.
Patent 7,232,854 (June 19, 2007), "Polycarbonate Compositions With Thin-Wall Flame Retardance," Shiping Ma, Thomas Ebeling, and Shrish Rane (General Electric Co.
Four years ago, after her Labrador Rosie, had died, dog lover and RSPCA cat fosterer Linda Rane said she didn't want to get another dog for a while.
Rane Bathing Systems is putting a fresh new look to bathing in the institutional setting.
The Portable Famine is an eclectic collection of the great poet Rane Arroyo's most astute and memorable work.
Bruce & Fox, 1999; Maurer, Pleck, & Rane, 2001; Minton & Pasley, 1996; Pasley, Futris, & Skinner, 2002; Rane & McBride, 2000).