She is slim and fair as Magnolia champaca. She has studied Mathematics, Amarakosha and Sidharoopa. She is exceptionally fluent in reciting Ramayana in her sweet voice. She is in love with Ananthapadmanabhan.
A popular saying in Hindi/Urdu language refers to the Hussaini Brahmans thus: Wah Datt Sultan, Hindu ka dharm, Musalman ka Iman, Adha Hindu adha Musalman (Well Datt Sultan, declaring Hindu religion and following Muslim faith, Half Hindu and Half Muslman).
At Satyaloka, he found Brahma reciting the four Vedas in praise of Vishnu, with each of his four heads, and attended upon by his consort Saraswati. Brahma did not notice Bhrigu offering obeisance. The angry sage cursed Brahma and left Satyaloka.
Salam was a versatile scholar, interested in Urdu and English literature in which he excelled. But he soon picked up Mathematics as his concentration. His father wanted him to join Indian Civil Service.
Although these computational barriers are vast, the potential benefits of structural genomics (by predicted or experimental methods) make ab initio structure prediction an active research field. As of 2009, a 50-residue protein could be simulated atom-by-atom on a supercomputer for 1 millisecond.
In February 2008, Shriver launched an ice cream company called Lovin’ Scoopful with her brother, Tim Shriver. Twenty-five percent of the proceeds from Lovin’ Scoopful benefits the Special Olympics. Shriver executive-produced The Alzheimer’s Project, a four-part documentary series that premiered on HBO in May 2009 and later earned two Emmy Awards.
As was normal in those days with a through station, the original plan was to build it to the side of the main line, but instead it was finally built on the main line with a single platform 165 yards long to handle both northbound and southbound trains.
The watershed of the Ituri/Aruwimi is almost entirely dense forest, with just a handful of villages along its course, and crossed by roads in about four places. The Kango language (SIL code KZY) is spoken by several thousand villagers just south of Avakubi, and upper reaches of the Ituri are inhabited by the Mbuti (Pygmies).