KANNADA superstar Darshan Toogudeepa arrived last night to take part in a gala musical programme, Ramee Rasa Sanje 2013, to be held today at the Indian Club, starting at 5.
What does KAN stand for?
KAN stands for Kannada (Indian language)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 19 other meanings of KAN in our Acronym Attic
- Kansas Association of Middle School Administrators (Manhattan, KS)
- Korean-American Medical Student Association
- Korean-American Music Supporters' Association
- Kalamazoo Area Math and Science Center
- Kalamazoo Area Mathematics and Science Center (Kalamazoo, MI)
- Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Council (est. 1978; Broome, Western Australia, Australia)
- Kansas Association Medical Staff Services
- Keeping Abreast of Medical Transcription
- Kansas Association for the Medically Underserved
- Kenoshans Against Medical Waste Incinerators (Kenosha, Wisconsin)
- Kannapolis (Amtrak station code; Kannapolis, NC)
- Kano, Nigeria - Aminu Kano International (Airport Code)
- Kansas (old style)
- Know and Network (European Social Fund; women; information technology)
- Komite Akreditasi Nasional (Indonesian: National Accreditation Committee)
- Kansas Wide area Information Network
- Kansas Association of Nurse Anesthetists
- Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas (Pakistan)
- Kodiak Area Native Association (Kodiak, AK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
New Delhi, Apr 2 ( ANI ): The 30th National Kannada Sammelana will be held here on April 6 and 7.
IT IS like a plot lifted straight from several of the films Kannada movie star Hemashree has been seen in.
An unidentified group vandalised the office of the Kannada Prabha newspaper, which carried the article, the report said.
The Calf Became an Orphan: A Study in Contemporary Kannada Fiction.
Generally speaking, the translation has been ably done, though it inevitably bristles with Indic terms and with particularly localized expressions such as vokkaliga and lingayat, all of which turn off readers not familiar with the Kannada language and Kannada culture.