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Bhakkar anti-corruption police station registered 34 corruption cases in 2013 of which 11 against revenue, seven against TMA, five against police, two each against forestry, health, highways, building and court officials and one each against irrigation and dairy development.
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The Australian dollar gained against all other major currencies today.
I'm against lawyers, especially litigators, but also prosecutors, U.
Once it considers a proposed cross-border merger justified, the EU Commission intervenes if protective measures imposed by the government of a member country against foreign investors violate EU rules such as the principle of free capital movements or the right to set up companies throughout the European Union.
Section 215 sidestepped the Fourth Amendment by allowing law enforcement to seize "any tangible things" deemed to be part of an investigation "to protect against international terrorism or clandestine intelligence activities.
Courts against the Uzans in January 2002, seeking to recoup more than $2 billion that was owed to the companies.
This is because the "timely allocation" against the current-year premiums would equal 100% of the combination of (1) the policy's value immediately before the gift (which is zero), plus (2) $10,000, the current-year gift(s).
In 1991 the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force was the only major gay organization to take a position against the Gulf War, and it was widely criticized for doing so.
New Jersey (1) that a violation of the Fourteenth Amendment occurs when the government uses a police officer's statement in a criminal trial against that officer when the statement resulted from his beweeeing told that he might lose his job if he failed to answerw the questions.
Before sentencing him, the judge, acting in the tradition of a judicial system obsequious to the war-making branches of government, denounced those who, like Debs, "would strike the sword from the hand of this nation while she is engaged in defending herself against a foreign and brutal power.