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  • My aunt Chanda is a talented cook ... one of those people whose hands simply have the gift of turning out great food day after day.

    Archive 2005-06-01

  • King, also faced with injuries to top players Venus Williams and Monica Seles, brought in Chanda Rubin and Alexandra Stevenson to join Meghann Shaughnessy and Lisa Raymond on the team.

    USATODAY.com - Fed Cup team, minus stars, ready to play

  • Justin Chanda, the publisher of Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, told The NYT:

    Picture Books Getting The Heave-Ho

  • Salutations to thee that art called Chanda, and Kunda; to thee that art the (universal) egg and also the bearer of the (universal) egg; to thee that art the holder of the ascetic's stick, to thee that hast ears everywhere, and to thee that art called Dandimunda!

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3 Books 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12

  • Mark Spencer, a longtime trustee, called Chanda "dynamic."

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • While mourning his lost love, Dev comes across a prostitute called Chanda (Kalki) who lives life on the edge.

    India eNews

  • As Dev and Paro part ways, Chanda aka Chandramukhi (Kalki) enters the equation, and the film steadies into its triangular groove, rocking to an inverted, just-right climax.

    NAACHGAANA

  • Chandramukhi is 'Chanda', a young girl who becomes a prostitute after her own parents give up on her when she is caught in the web of an infamous MMS scandal.

    NAACHGAANA

  • I was always put off whenever I saw the dull 'Chanda' or the plain 'Paro'.

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  • Rai told Indiantelevision. com, "We, at Small Town Boy Productions, have completed the shooting of Chanda which is based on the story of a street girl.

    www.indiantelevision.com

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