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  • proper noun A female given name used in India.


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Sanskrit आशा (āśā, "hope")..


  • We are also teaming up with Billboard Top 40 artist JoJo and Atlanta-based designer Asha Patel to officially launch a signature bracelet; Asha is donating part of the proceeds to sponsorships at Shanti Bhavan and our Kenya partner, the Kenya Education Fund.

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  • Nokia also introduced four new basic phones, in a line it is calling 'Asha.'

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  • The new phone range will be called Asha, a name that clearly identifies Nokia's target market: the name is derived from the Indian word for "hope".

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  • Patrick Riviere/Getty Images Indian singer Asha Bhosle recorded an album called "Asha and friends" with Australian cricketer Brett Lee and several Bollywood stars in 2006.

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  • Akka is fine with me as long as you call me just "Asha"!

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  • It starts with a paragraph about "Asha," who is looking for icebergs to carry out some sort of scan.

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  • The scheme is supported by a slew of state-run banks and Life Insurance Corporation of India in collaboration with an NGO, 'Asha'. - Articles related to After special housing rates, SBI sweetens its farm loan

  • The child is renamed Asha, meaning hope, and adopted by a couple - an Indian man and his American wife - who live in California. Local News

  • (06 March 2008) - by Sheena SoodSinger-songwriter Asa (pronounced "Asha") was born in Paris and raised in Lagos.

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  • Every experience seemed heightened that day, and Asa (pronounced "Asha") arrived at WFUV just after we watched Barack Obama being sworn into office.

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