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KANGAR: The Non-Pensionable Malaysian Armed Forces Veterans Association (PVATTBM) which is actively seeking to increase its membership, has appealed to more than 180,000 veterans to join it. Its president Ismail Abidin said besides using social media and the press, they had also gone from village to village, asking friends (of the veterans) and the Village Development and Security Committee to help locate them and urge them to join the association. He said there were more than 200,000 military veterans not on pension, however, only about 20,000 have joined PVATTBM so far. "I implore them to register with the association in their respective states or call me at 019-4228455," Ismail told Bernama here today. He said the Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA) found it difficult to deliver aid provided by the government to former military personnel if they did not become a member of any ex-military association.
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how does the top of the the RIBA register um but what we do it at the spectrum of Warwick covers tourism and hospitality we have bespoke Dwellings we have residential developments we have commercial development we're doing sporting and leisure facilities Soccer Academy we do everything and MOT that's why I didn't architecture am not so much like you said it shows me where are there um so we really do cover the board and was very fortunate to be dealing with them quite a few all the buildings at risk and the heritage of the other country is there a best buy American texting you as well I'm sure you can listen.
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is there a career development plan to leave or going to other sectors employment so did you say that was only 2% of women are Partners North West tractor parts direct apartments but that's a reflective all you know is that there's a tenancy stillages that it is a male dominated professions and certainly not do the figures across the UK if I could she be less than lesson Northern Ireland and again and it is it is related just to know the balance between family and work in which everyone feel so what what what do you do if your First Bite am I suppose that's really what's up man or architect in myself and my business partners vision for the company quite apart from any other practices that we cover the bills bathroom I'm a specialist conservation architect.
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will take the heat and humidity with them. For the rest of half term, it doesn't look too bad. High pressure builds in and that keeps the weather settled. It acts like a lid, suppressing the activity of the shower development, but by Friday, the wetter weather looks set to return. Let's get that out looks set to return. Let's get that.
The Economic Times
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In the 1990s, when custom-built software gave way to packaged software like SAP and Oracle, there were worries about the fate of IT firms that did bespoke development. But that shift created more new jobs in implementation, support and maintenance of packaged software than were lost in custom development. Consequently, the onset of the internet in the 2000s gave rise to new opportunities in e-business that helped IT industry grow at a fast pace. Take Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), which has grown to over 380,000 employees. During 2015-17, TCS has hired 2.3 lakh employees (2014-15: 67,123; 2015-16: 90,182; 2016-17: 78,912). In 2017-18, it has already made 20,693 job offers to engineering graduates and continues to hire. Emerging technologies in automation and AI will replace some of the technological skills that have traditionally been provided by the IT services industry.
The Iran Project
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10114 New Zealand that was 1938 so what the Lions take on is a massive challenge so it's more than that the rugby the test match rugby has to be competitive and if that's right and that whole environment is right there's no doubt in my book that the lions have probably the strongest team in world rugby at the moment to take on the All Blacks so if they lose a couple of games in the build up as long as internally their tactically getting their game in shape and got the clarity of what they want to do an Audi want to do it it won't matter to us you've got to see that development of the game in that process leading up to the first test that Siri McGeechan on the line heading off to New Zealand to wear face up to the All Blacks rather them than me.
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Esmae Bettridge - the little girl described as 'Hucknall's Princess' - will be remembered thanks to the fundraising efforts of a 12-year-old schoolgirl. Olivia Jenkins is determined to raise £1,000 for the Children's Development Centre at Nottingham City Hospital in memory of the three-year-old. Esmae touched the hearts of thousands of people from across the world as she battled a number of health conditions, with her progress charted on social media. But her family was left...
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For any of the six teams competing, one of the keys to winning this cup will be the challenge of maintaining a stable flight mode. I think the development of the boat's straight-line speed is more or less complete. So now we're focussing much more on the transitions, the manoeuvres,.
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That requires mastery on the crew's part, as well as mastery of technologies and systems that are developed and then adjusted by the shore team. Technically, it is a huge development compared to the last cup
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