MAITI

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MAITIMaryland Applied Information Technology Initiative (multi-university program; Maryland)
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It was not that they condoned or sympathized with Hari Maiti. Their repugnance against his act, however, paled into insignificance when they contemplated that countervailing measures might lead to an abridgement of the community's totalitarian rule.
Charlotte's mother, Mrs Carol Maiti of Langho, Blackburn, said: "I am amazed.
Royal aides later revealed that Charles had insisted on including the shelter in his hectic schedule after hearing about Maiti Nepal from a friend in Britain.
Maiti, Shiva Kumar, M U, L Srivastava, A R Ninu, and N Kumar, Isolation, proliferation and morphological characteristics of bone-marrow derived mesenchymal stem cells from different animal species.
Our results showed that BAP was more effective for shoot bud proliferation than kinetin also corroborated in Samantaray & Maiti (2008).
Several remote laboratories in which the learners interact and operate the hardware from a remote location are now operational at various universities (Harward et al., 2008; Fjeldly, & Shur, 2003; Gomes, 2007; Auer, 2003; Trevelyan, 2004; Maiti, 2010a).
Byline: Piyush Kumar, Ashim Kumar Mondal, Avijit Mondal, Niharika Ranjan Lal, R C Gharami and Arunasis Maiti
The funeral procession that will begin from Dasharath Stadium at 2 pm will walks past New Road, Bir Hospital, Ratnapark, Bagbazar, Maiti Devi, Old Baneshwor and Gaushala before finally converging at Pashupati Aryaghat.
Since 1993, she and her group, Maiti Nepal, have helped rescue and rehabilitate more than 12,000 victims.
The anti-diabetic effect of aqueous extract of seeds in streptozotocin (STZ)-induced diabetic male rats has been reported (Maiti, R., 2004).
(1986), Williams (1992), Mezquida (2001), empero los trabajos sobre las variaciones estructurales y cuantitativas del ovario durante el ciclo reproductivo de especies aviarias no son abundantes (Erpino 1973, Halse 1985, Gupta y Maiti 1986, Guraya 1989a, Ribeiro et al.
WELCOMED: Joanna Lumley holds a gift from charity Maiti Nepal in Katmandu, above, and sits with a HIV-positive Nepalese child, left, before greeting some more of the children looked after by the charity, top