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Mulay et al., "Anti-GBM glomerulonephritis involves IL-1 but is independent of NLRP3/ASC inflammasome-mediated activation of caspase1," PLoS One, vol.
"We will have a PIO (person of Indian origin) Parliamentary Conference on January 9, 2018 in New Delhi,"said Dnyaneshwar M Mulay, Secretary (Consular, Passport, Visa and Overseas Indian Affairs), a newly created post in the Ministry of External Affairs."There are around 285 parliamentarians of Indian origin and over 125 of them are expected to come,"Mulay said during a media interaction organised by the Indian Association of Foreign Affairs Correspondents (IAFAC).
Among those at the summit include ADGM capital markets executive director Wai Lum Kwok, First Abu Dhabi Bank CIO Sanjeev Mulay, Now Money co-founder Ian Dillon, Wamda Capital executive chairman Fadi Ghandour, FinTech commentator Elizabeth Lumley, Token CEO Yobie Benjamin and Plug and Play founder Saeed Amidi.
These include Mary Ann Bonometti, Ann-Gayl Ellis, Robin Wright, Oria Smith, Susanne Crowe, Victor Asirvatham, Regina Taylor, Sharon Watkins, Kendra Goff, Mark Higginbotham, Prakash Mulay, Carina Blackmore, and Charles Donahue.
It is little known that Malle befriended the Indian documentary filmmaker and scholar Vijaya Mulay during his time in India, and she served as a helpful interlocutor before and during the shoot of the films.
The other scholars were Marjorie Cohen, Louise Forsyt, Glenis Joyce, Audrey Kobayashi, Shree Mulay, Michele Ollivier and Susan Prentice.
Finally, the theoretical background of these approaches is generally weak; models specifying the specific cognitive mechanisms and processes involved in lying, which would allow for more precise and nuanced predictions, are needed (Blandon-Gitlin, Fenn, Masip, & Yoo, 2014; BlandonGitlin et al., in press; for one such model, see Walczyk, Harris, Duck, & Mulay, 2014).
Secretary (CPV) D Mulay had then said, "This is for the first time minister of external affairs will be formally giving the powers under Passport Act to the post office.
(26.) Musa M, Wilson K, Sun L, Mulay A, Bingle L, Marriott HM et al.