PHEWA

AcronymDefinition
PHEWAPresbyterian Health Education and Welfare Association
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The electoral meeting of the PHEWA jointly chaired by Chief Engineers PHED North Arif Khan and Chief Engineer South Sanobar Khan was held here Monday.
Scientific research has shown that Phewa Lake is stretched in area of 9000 ropanis (450 hectare).
Pokhara's main attraction is the enormous Phewa Lake, the country's second largest which covers an area of 4.4 square kilometres, and is home to more than 20 species of fish.
The Phewa Tal lake dotted with gliding boats acts as the town centrepiece.
In this vein and eschewing the demeaning categorisation of 'coconut' or 'cheese girl' (white inside), Asandi Phewa (2009) in her play A Face Like Mine (first performed at the Grahamstown National Arts Festival, 2009) agrees with Mbali Kgosidintsi of the theatre company Right 2 Speak, a company which focuses its performances on the struggles of a new generation of South African women to redefine blackness:
Social organizations, youth organizations, women associations Arna Samuha fall in the mono structure and issues like Bagmati Bachau Abiyan, Phewa Tal Samrakshan Samiti, Ratamate Ama Smuha, Bajarang Yuwa Samaj.
Pokhara has a resort area on nearby Lake Phewa; it's also the base for treks beginning on the Annapurna Range.
The Supreme Court has ordered to carry out investigation on construction of Water Front Resort in Phewa Lake by tourism entrepreneur Karna Sakya in Pokhara.
PESHAWAR -- The engineers of the Public Health Engineering Department (PHED) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have formed Public Health Engineering Welfare Association (PHEWA), a body to look after welfare of the fellow engineers of the department.
SPECIMENS EXAMINED: NEPAL: Kaski Dist.: Pokhara, Phewa lakeside (north), 28.121622[degrees]N, 83.575035[degrees]E, 809 m, 14 Sep 2006, T.
I have tried to differentiate and define the peculiarities of some of these schools, as represented by the virginity testers Nomagugu Ngobese (who has herself written a dissertation (Ngobese nd) about the revival and whose work Fiona Scorgie has analysed in depth), Sibongile Khumalo and Jane Chiwambere Phewa (Kaarsholm 2005).