Shorts

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Shorts

BONDS and DEBENTURES which have a redemption date of less than five years.
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A DAY after Delhi University came out with its first cut-off list on Thursday,Moti Lal Nehru College in South Campus has redefined its cut-off,as the difference between the upper and lower limit for the courses was too high.
"I am therefore calling on the Government to enact a moratorium on gas cut-offs at least until the present bitterly cold weather passes."
Pressline has three patents pending for the technology, which, depending on current cut-off, is able to convert many presses to cut-offs between 14.5 and 15.75 inches, for operation in straight mode only.
Statistics Canada has for many years used Low Income Cut-Offs (LICO) which calculates the number of individuals and families whose basic expenditures for food, clothing and shelter are more than 54% of their disposable income.
Today's batch processing equipment boasts high levels of automation through the use of PLCs and other devices such as automatic stock marking, stock sampling, cut-offs and weight measurement.