channelise channelise


  1. (v) direct the course; determine the direction of travelling
  2. (v) make a channel for; provide with a channel
  3. (v) send from one person or place to another
  4. (v) cause to form a channel


  1. "His aggression has been in the news but I think he is quite an exciting bowler. He has to properly channelise his energy. I can understand when you utter a few words of frustrations when your hard work does not pay you dividends. But mindless...
    on Nov 20, 2007 By: Manoj Prabhakar Source:

  2. "This new subsidiary would be formed soon to channelise the investments of those NRKs who wish to invest in various projects that would be formalized by the new company," said Kerala Chief Minister VS Achuthanandan, who is also the chairman of...
    on Aug 31, 2007 By: VS Achuthanandan Source:

  3. "We need to innovate and channelise the following as much as possible: Wind energy, nuclear and solar power, bio-fuels, ethanol and emulsified fuels among others to help conserve energy. We need to work towards making India as an energy-independent...
    on May 27, 2009 By: APJ Abdul Kalam Source: Times of India

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