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Antony Costa undergoes 3D lipo treatment [MEGA] The Blue singer was spotted just days ago sporting a fuller figure, looking a world away from his pop star days. And now Antony has undergone treatment to slim his waist, heading to a Laser Derm Clinic in Milton Keynes to have the non-surgical treatment which is loved by celebs such as Ferne McCann and Katie Price. Photos show the singer lying on his side as the beautician zaps at his waist. Propping his head up on his hand, ...
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Apple wants to bring its component manufacturers to India to make parts and export finished phones and is seeking tax concessions on import of key components. However the Indian government has rejected most of the demands of the US company. Kharge said if the Centre was keen on taking on China, it should not give special treatment to Apple alone, but to other players, including Samsung and Lenova, if they are desirous of opening a manufacturing units in India, especially Karnataka. "My position with the central government has been don't give special treatment to Apple alone, but treat other players equally. Open the entire eco-system for high-end manufacturing of electoronics if you really want to compete with China and Taiwan," he said. Kharge said government should also give companies, including Apple, certain timelines, subsidies and incentives to create a level-playing field for them.
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reminded his own frontbenchers that demolition existed in a way that it didn't 40 years ago. So much for parliamentary sovereignty. Scotland's aspirations for a voice seemed to be given the Henry VIII treatment with a rough.
BBC Parliament
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also been given a Henry VIII treatment. Can I ask the Minister, will he tell us where the legislative consent will be required, where responsibility, and I quote, "Will flow from Brussels to Edinburgh, hardly touching the sides on the way" and who does he mean by.
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Stephen King's classic horror novel has been given the big screen treatment and the new Pennywise is just as horrifying. IT was famously made into a two-part TV series, starring Tim Curry as the child-eating clown, but now Bill Skarsgård has taken over the role to disturbing effect. Stephen King's IT has been turned into a movie [Warner Bros.] British actor Will Poulter (The Revenant) was originally lined-up to play Pennywise but he dropped out and left room for ...
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of the treatment of devolved administrations, no harbour is currently exercised by them will be taken away. -- no power is currently exercised by them. We also expect a significant increase in the.
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think we have an argument. I don't actually think that will happen either, because a clause by clause search through the whole charter didn't throw up a significant issue, other than things like members of European Parliament and so on. In terms of the treatment of devolved administrations, the first.
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MICHAEL BUBLÉ has been pictured with his family for the first time since it was revealed that son Noah was "progressing well" after cancer treatment.
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Just over half of patients waiting for musculoskeletal health services such as physiotherapy have been seen within the target time.
EDIS Emergency & Disaster Alert
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No fewer than 269 Nigerians have been killed in the last few weeks by meningitis, across the country. And in Zamfara, where the death toll was as high as 80, residents of Gusau, have appealed for government help to prevent the disease. The appeal was made by a cross section of residents interviewed by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN). Earlier this March, the Commissioner of Health in the state, Alhaji Suleiman Gummi said over 80 people had died as a result of the disease while another 500 were undergoing treatment at various health facilities across the 14 Local Government Areas of the ...
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Nearly 20,000 people have pledged money to help treat sick baby Charlie Gard but his parents are still more than £700,000 off their £1.2 million target with a deadline approaching.
The Economic Times
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While the model law is available, few fundamental aspects, such as the states where tax has to be paid by service providers having multiple offices, treatment of current excise incentives, offset of tax already paid on transition stock, etc, are still unclear. On March 24, GoI announced setting up of working groups for certain sectors including banking, telecom, exports, IT/ITeS, transport and logistics, and textiles. The working groups have been tasked to meet the industry associations, professionals and concerned administrative ministries to look at key issues and provide suggestions. This list of working groups may be expanded further to include few other sectors such as real estate and FMCG. The working groups have to submit their report by April 10, which looks too short a time for a meaningful interaction and detailed analysis of complex sector-specific issues.
Salisbury Journel
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A PAEDOPHILE who downloaded hundreds of “repulsiveimages of children as young as two and shared some online has been spared jail so he can receive sex offender treatment.
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holidays, the right for equal treatment for agency workers, the rights for women who are pregnant to have paid time off to attend antenatal appointments, and also important and the discolouration laws, making.
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While the model law is available, few fundamental aspects, such as the states where tax has to be paid by service providers having multiple offices, treatment of current excise incentives, offset of tax already paid on transition stock, etc, are still unclear. On March 24, GoI announced setting up of working groups for certain sectors including banking, telecom, exports, IT/ITeS, transport and logistics, and textiles. The working groups have been tasked to meet the industry associations, professionals and concerned administrative ministries to look at key issues and provide suggestions. This list of working groups may be expanded further to include few other sectors such as real estate and FMCG. The working groups have to submit their report by April 10, which looks too short a time for a meaningful interaction and detailed analysis of complex sector-specific issues.
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part of her treatment is to write a blog. And this went out yesterday on her Facebook page. We has her grandparents are unsure how we can help her. Can anyone give us some guidance on doing this? We are worried and we want to be supported grandparents. What would you.
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arguments about immigration and free trade agreements. That will also matter to many voters, for example, the fact that anybody who goes from Britain to the EU needs urgent health treatment can get it under their EU health card scheme. The Prime Minister last night was not able to tell us what happened to that. It sounds as though.
ITV
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You were given treatment. What stage are you at now? I had six rounds of chemo and 10 months where I was back to normal. Unfortunately I got read I know in January. -- I.
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"They have to comply with the rules...there will be no special treatment," Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha told reporters.
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Having studied in Indonesia, Mohd Lutfi was inspired to find ways to help the poor community in Bandung get proper treatment. “The reason why some of them get sick is due to poverty. Even if they get treatment, they will get sick again, living in an environment that lacks sanitation,” he noted. He also highlighted that while many organisations offer assistance to communities when disasters strike, such as floods and earthquakes, they rarely stay with the communities for long. Therefore, he said it is important to teach these communities to live sustainably and not merely depend on charity. In recognition of HBB’s efforts, last year the United Nations selected Mohd Lutfi as one of 17 UN Young Leaders from a list of 18,000 nominations from 186 countries. Tell us a bit more about HBB’s work in Cambodia. HBB has set up a clinic in Phnom Penh to help the Cham minority who are badly affected by the Khmer Rouge regime in the past.