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  • In the first hundred days of his term Rao would launch a full-scale attack on the state-controlled economy—the first assault in what would prove to be a protracted war.6

    THE COMMANDING HEIGHTS

  • In the first hundred days of his term Rao would launch a full-scale attack on the state-controlled economy—the first assault in what would prove to be a protracted war.

    The Commanding Heights

  • The title Rao appears to be a Marathi form of Raj or Raja; it is retained by one or two chiefs, but has now been generally adopted as an honorific suffix by Maratha Brahmans.

    The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India - Volume IV of IV Kumhar-Yemkala

  • His father N Nageswara Rao is the managing director of NCS Group of Companies, while mother N Padmavathy is a housewife with a PhD in Sanskrit.

    Eleven Year Old Prodigy Sets Memory Record | Impact Lab

  • Under Subhash Chandra's active guidance, who started playing a more hands - on role at DNA since the last one year after taking over from the Agarwals of Dainik Bhaskar, Rao is walking the fine rope of trying to print less pages but sell more ads.

    Bucking the Times of India

  • The result: Instead of gunning for The Times of India, Rao is working hard to make DNA an economically viable business.

    Bucking the Times of India

  • Srinivas Rao is a personal development blogger at The Skool of Life, where he explores self improvement, spirituality and navigating through the waters of life by spending as much time as possible surfing.

    How to Find Your Voice as a Blogger | Write to Done

  • Laxman Rao is a Delhi chai wallah with a difference, Randeep Ramesh in the Guardian reports.

    The Chai Wallah Wordsmith

  • Rao is the author of 18 novels, plays and political essays, and although he has hitherto made no money at all from his writings, his fortunes look set to change with his latest novel Ramdas.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • Thus, when Rao is trying to show that local competition was sufficient to put pressure on the industry in the region, he comes to that conclusion by trusting in the labels that the collector of the region used to describe the weavers.

    Colonial Lists/Indian Power: Identity Politics in Nineteenth Century Telugu-Speaking India

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