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ଦକ୍ଷିଣ ଆମେରିକୀୟ ଡାଇନୋସର ଗୁଡ଼ିକର ତାଲିକା This is a list of dinosaurs whose remains have been recovered from South America.
ଅଷ୍ଟ୍ରେଲୀୟ ଓ ଆଣ୍ଟ୍ରାକାଟିକାର ଡାଇନୋସର ଗୁଡ଼ିକର ତାଲିକା This is a list of dinosaurs whose remains have been recovered from Australia or Antarctica.
ଏସୀୟ ଡାଇନୋସର ଗୁଡ଼ିକର ତାଲିକା This is a list of dinosaurs whose remains have been recovered from Asia excluding India, which was part of a separate landmass for much of the Mesozoic. More dinosaurs have been discovered in Asia than any other continent so far.
ଉତ୍ତର ଆମେରିକୀୟ ଡାଇନୋସର ଗୁଡ଼ିକର ତାଲିକା This is a list of dinosaurs whose remains have been recovered from North America. North America has a rich dinosaur fossil record with great diversity of dinosaurs. This may not mean the dinosaurs were more diverse or abundant; it may be simply because substantial resources have been devoted to the North American fossil record.
ଆଫ୍ରିକୀୟ ଡାଇନୋସର ଗୁଡ଼ିକର ତାଲିକା This is a list of dinosaurs whose remains have been recovered from Africa. Africa has a rich fossil record, but it is patchy and incomplete. It is rich in Triassic and Early Jurassic dinosaurs. African dinosaurs from these time periods include "Syntarsus", "Dracovenator", "Melanorosaurus", "Massospondylus", "Euskelosaurus", "Heterodontosaurus", "Abrictosaurus", and "Lesothosaurus". The Middle Jurassic is poorly represented in Africa. Only the sauropod "Cetiosaurus" has been discovered dating from this time period. The Late Jurassic, however, is well represented in Africa, mainly thanks to the spectacular Tendaguru Formation. "Allosaurus", "Ceratosaurus", "Elaphrosaurus", "Giraffatitan", "Dicraeosaurus", "Janenschia", "Tornieria", "Tendaguria", "Kentrosaurus", and "Dryosaurus" are among the dinosaurs whose remains have been recovered from Tendaguru. This fauna seems to show strong similarities to that of the Morrison Formation in the United States and the Lourinha Formation in Portugal. For example, "Allosaurus", "Ceratosaurus", and "Dryosaurus" have been found in both the Tendaguru and the Morrison. This has important biogeographical implications.
ରଘୁବଂଶ The warrior Raghu leads a military expedition to Transoxiana. He defeats and subjugates local people along the way (presumably on his march through Central Asia) until he reaches the Vankshu, as the ancient Indians called the Oxus River. There, Raghu's army battles the Hepthalites, or White Huns, whom the Indians called Hunas and "Mlecchas" (barbarians). The Hepthalites are defeated, and the "Raghuvamsha" boasts of "The exploits of Raghu, whose valor expressed itself amongst the husbands of the Huna women, became manifest in the scarlet color of their cheeks."
କୁଣାଳ ଗଞ୍ଜାୱାର କୁଣାଳ ଗଞ୍ଜାୱାର (ଜନ୍: ୧୪ ଅପ୍ରେଲ ୧୯୭୨) is a popular playback singer whose songs are mostly featured in Hindi and Kannada films. He has also sung in Marathi, Bengali and other official languages of India. Kunal began his career by singing jingles. He came to limelight in Hindi with the song "Bheege Honth Tere" from the film "Murder" in 2004. It was his first biggest hit. The song earned him Zee Cine Award as Best Playback Singer in 2005. He came to limelight in Kannada with the song "Neene Neene" from the film "Akash" in 2005.
ମୋନିକା ସେଲ୍ସ Seles returned to the tour in August 1995. In the runup to her comeback, then WTA president Martina Navratilova proposed that Seles be reinstated alongside Steffi Graf as joint number one. The WTA did so despite some opposition from players including Arantxa Sánchez Vicario and Gigi Fernández, whose tournament placements would suffer greatly by suddenly being placed behind Seles. Graf supported Seles' co-ranking, but not the additional proposal that Seles' co-ranking not be determined by the minimum participation of 12 tournaments a year required of everyone else. Graf felt that would give Seles an unfair advantage in the rankings. Seles won her first comeback tournament, the Canadian Open, beating Amanda Coetzer in the final, 6–0, 6–1 and setting a tournament record for least number of games dropped by the champion throughout the tournament (14). The following month at the US Open, Seles reached the final defeating world No.10 Anke Huber, No.4 Jana Novotná, No.3 Conchita Martínez (all in straight sets), but lost to Graf in the final, 6–7, 6–0, 3–6.