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  • proper n. A male given name, meaning patience in Hindi.

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  • Dheeraj Suthar mail: admin [at] dheerajsuthar [dot] com

    Another one joins the Hall of Shame

  • The company plans to sell the stake via a preferential placement of new shares and expects to conclude the deal in the current quarter through June, Dheeraj Garg , managing director of the company, told Dow Jones Newswires.

    Steel Strips in Talks to Sell 2%-3% Stake

  • NEW DELHI –Indian automotive wheel rim maker plans to raise $16 million by December by selling stakes in phases to global wheel rim makers, Managing Director Dheeraj Garg said Monday.

    Steel Strips Wheels Plans Stake Sale

  • Indian automotive wheel rim maker plans to raise $16 million by December by selling stakes in phases to global wheel rim makers, Managing Director Dheeraj Garg said Monday.

    Deals India: Morning News Roundup

  • Dheeraj, a 9-year-old boy, studying in class III in this school is already able to talk about the persistent discrimination in his school.

    The discrimination 'curriculum' in schools

  • Once he had asked a child from his own community to fetch water for him but that child went to play and asked Dheeraj instead to get water.

    The discrimination 'curriculum' in schools

  • "When the teacher saw me bringing water for him, he called me by my caste name and said that I don't want to spoil my religion by drinking water from a low caste person and threw away the glass of water out of window," says Dheeraj.

    The discrimination 'curriculum' in schools

  • Comments 6 1. Posted by Dheeraj on April 30, 2004 @ 1:16 | Permalink

    Business, Law, Economics & Society

  • Dheeraj - I agree with you overall, but you're vastly overstating the technical operations costs Gmail will incur.

    Business, Law, Economics & Society

  • Dheeraj Bharadway, human resources vice president at Atlanta-based IT solutions provider NIIT Technologies, told Ars that more companies are building up their internal IT staff and insourcing projects because they're looking for a more reliable and predictable pool of talent.

    Ars Technica

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