PRASADA


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Prasada Rao said ninety percent of AIDS patients in Pakistan have been detected in ten cities and it is easy to mount very strong prevention programs in these major towns.
Religious texts on iconography, as for example the Tantrasamucchaya, define an acharya or priest by negation: one who does not know the Prasada and its great body of five mantras (which are equivalent to the five faces of Shiva--Isana, Tat Purusha, Aghora, Vamadeva and Sadyojata) cannot be called an acharya.
Asked whether the US frowned upon India's transactions with Iran at this juncture, Prasada said US officials had from time to time drawn the attention of the government to implications of sanctions by UN Security Council and also US domestic laws on projects like the IPI gas pipeline project.
The two individuals, Prem Kumar, a ship superintendent for Fleet Management Limited and Prasada Reddy Mareddy, the second engineer of the M/V Lowlands Sumida, have both been charged with conspiracy.
lt;p>In pilot tests, the combined system has reduced power consumption at the rack level by 15%, according to Prasada Rampalli, Intel director for end-user platform integration.
Dharmana Prasada Rao, Andhra Pradesh's minister for revenue and relief, said: "These are the worst floods in 100 years".
HIV prevention programs focused on the female partners of men with high-risk behaviors still have not found a place in national HIV plans and priorities in Asian countries," said Prasada Rao, director of the UNAIDS Regional Support Teams in Asia and the Pacific.
7 trillion cubic feet (TCF) of gas in 30 years, India's junior oil minister Jitin Prasada said on Monday.
Lalgarh has been on the boil since last November when a land mine exploded on the route of the convoy of Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee and then central ministers Ram Vilas Paswan and Jitin Prasada.
They are--Slesa (coalescence of words), Prasada (clarity of meaning), Samata (evenness), Samadhi (novelty), Madhurya (sweetness), Ojas (vigour), Saukunarya (softness), Arthavyakti (explicitness), Udarata (sublime), Kanti (charm).
In 1950, Prasada Rao became the first person in his village to convert from Hinduism to Christianity.
Prasada Rao, director of UNAIDS regional support team in Bangkok, said in a statement, ''This sensitive reconstruction period is exactly when AIDS prevention efforts have to be launched.