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  2. Adarsh Gourav - Wikipedia

    Adarsh Gourav Bhagavatula (born 1994) is an Indian actor and singer who works in Hindi and English films. Gourav is best known for his portrayal of Mohit Chadda in the Hindi thriller film Mom (2017), and of Balram Halwai in American comedy-drama film The White Tiger (2020), which garnered him international acclaim, and nominations for the BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role, and the ...

  3. Allahabad Bank - Wikipedia

    Allahabad Bank was an Indian nationalised bank with its headquarters in Kolkata, India. Founded in Allahabad in 1865 and nationalized by the government of India in 1969, the bank provided banking and financial services for 155 years until it was merged with Indian Bank in 2020.

  4. List of hospitals in India - Wikipedia

    Employee's State Insurance Hospital & Medical College; N. S. Memorial Institute of Medical Sciences; Travancore Medical College Hospital; Kottayam. Medical College Hospital, Athirumpuzha; St. Thomas Hospital, Chethipuzha, Changanacherry; Kozhikode. Malabar Institute of Medical Sciences (MIMS) Medical College Hospital; Palakkad

  5. Maharashtra Navnirman Sena - Wikipedia

    The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (translation: Maharashtra Reformation Army; abbr. MNS) is a Regionalist far-right Indian political party based in the state of Maharashtra and operates on the ideology of "Hindutva" and "Marathi" Manus.

  6. Foster care in the United States - Wikipedia

    In 2016, there were 437,465 children in foster care in the United States. 48% were in nonrelative foster homes, 26% were in relative foster homes, 9% in institutions, 6% in group homes, 5% on trial home visits (where the child returns home while under state supervision), 4% in preadoptive homes, 2% had run away, and 1% in supervised independent living.

  7. COVID-19 pandemic in Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

    The COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have reached the U.S. state of Pennsylvania in March 2020. As of October 7, 2021, the Pennsylvania Department of Health has confirmed 1,464,264 cumulative cases and 29,814 deaths in the state.