- v. Alternative form of channelize.
- v. direct the course; determine the direction of travelling
- v. send from one person or place to another
- v. make a channel for; provide with a channel
- v. cause to form a channel
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“This is inconvenient for human land use, so we try to channelise and fix the channel in one place.”
“There is so much pain in my heart but I want to channelise it to prevent a repeat of what happened in Gujarat in 2002.”
“Our effort will be to infuse a fresh dynamism into the regional processes and to strive to channelise the fruits of our collective efforts to the most vulnerable sections of our societies," he said.”
“Looking at the high fiscal deficit of 6. 8% of GDP for the current financial year and objectives of Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act, the government may keep the NIF on hold for sometime, which would enable it to channelise disinvestment proceeds in the Consolidated Fund of India for bridging the burgeoning fiscal deficit.”
“Jammu: There is a need to optimally channelise the energies of the”
“But it's important to take the publicity forward and channelise it and do something concrete.”
“However, issues of how the fund will be mobilised and which organisation will take authority to channelise the fund have not been finalised.”
“Praveen Kumar: We are making efforts to channelise bilateral and multilateral resources and domestic savings towards infrastructure financing.”
“Praveen Kumar, explains how the infrastructure finance firm will channelise bilateral and multilateral resources and domestic savings into infrastructure sector in a freewheeling discussion with ET.”
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