TIRU

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TIRUTechnology Investment Review Unit (California Department of Finance)
TIRUTerrorism and Insurgency Research Unit (World-Check)
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"In June, July, and August the price of airfares goes up," said Tiru Irani, president of Far Horizons, a group travel firm that includes pilgrimage tours among its offerings.
Honors went to: Lincoln Ashline, Erik Bater, Adam Bates, Vayson Blalock, Kelly Conroy, Keira Coyne, Jorge Curiel, Anthony Dallaire, Emma DaSilva, Jared Delaney, Kylee Dobeck, Michael Dorsey, Anthony Dotel-Avelino, Ian Dumais, Jerome Ellis, Nicholas Ford, Isabel Gemma, Michael Gomez, Colin Goodsell, Serena Heighton, Megan Hisman, Aidan Keenan, Cynthia Kelly, Jack Lewis, Alexandra Lipka, Joanna Lopez, Domanick Mirabal, Keaghan O'Leary, Catherine Rincon, Steff Rosemond, Taha Sabri, Sarah Stone, Karlie Tautenhan, Emilee Tiru, Nolan Weinacht, Jorden Welch, Alexis Whitney and Jason Zou.
The destruction of famous Hindu temples such as the Nallur Kandasamy Kovil (Nallur), Kailasanathar Temple (Nallur), in 1575 Muneswaram Temple, Chilapam (Chillaw), in 1588 Vishnu Temple in Devinuwera, Tirukethieswaram Temple, Mathoddam (Matota) and in 1622 Tiru Konesar Temple, Thirukonamalai (Trincomalee), caused great frustration, dissension and restlessness in the hearts and minds of the Tamils.
Among his friends was Balan Tiru who was participating in the drive for the first time.
Raghavan Tiru, formerly the head of treasury technology for New York-based AIG Inc., was hired as chief information officer, where he oversees ISGN's infrastructure and internal systems information technology (IT) divisions and provides leadership in building an integrated, customer-oriented IT organization for delivering ISGN's next-generation IT solutions.
In this third contribution to a new series developed by Peeters Publishers, the prolific comparativist Francis Clooney offers a theological exposition of three short verses round in the Srivaisnava devotional tradition of South India: (1) the Tiru Mantra ("Om, obeisance to Narayana [Vishnu]"); (2) the Dvaya Mantra ("I approach for refuge the feet of Narayana with Sri.