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Mehta

[ mey-tuh ]

noun

  1. Zu·bin [zoo, -bin], born 1936, Indian orchestra conductor, in the U.S. since 1961.


Mehta

/ ˈmeɪtə /

noun

  1. MehtaZubin1936MIndianMUSIC: conductor Zubin (ˈzuːbɪn). born 1936, Indian conductor; musical director of the Israel Philharmonic orchestra from 1969


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But, Mehta points out, the distraction doesn’t necessarily have to be TV.

Mehta remained at the New Yorker until 1994, two years after the arrival of editor Tina Brown, whom he described as “cold and unresponsive.”

He relayed observations from practice, he said, only to see them published under Mehta’s byline.

Mehta, who says he’s making less than half of what he used and has taken up a teaching job, is not alone.

From Ozy

Gore, Mehta says, effectively tries to account for every microbe, in what scientists call a “bottom-up” approach.

As the editor of a Bombay magazine during the Emergency, Mehta was a target of the censor.

“The partnership with Credit Suisse is a highlight,” said Mehta.

After a long and distinguished career in arts administration, Zarin Mehta will retire this summer.

The first few years in New York were turbulent, Mehta recalls.

Malik's manager Pratik Mehta also confirmed the development.

Syed Mehta's life had ebbed with his blood, and so he passed, unawakened, from swoon to death.

Mr. Das addressed the court on the illegality of the Act itself securing thereby the release of Dr. Mehta and others.

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