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United Workers Organisation CBA president Nazir Ahmad Javid said that over 3,000 employees could are deprived of salaries since January making it very difficult for them meet both ends in current era of high inflation.
He said that the time is not far off when the people facing loadshedding and price-hike will throw them out of the corridors of power and the historians will declare the current era as the blackest era of the country's history.
But I think in the current era of [methicillin-resistant S.
I hope (although rather doubt in the current era of health and safety) that this great feature has been retained in the revamp.
IT'S shocking to learn that in the current era of austerity and cutbacks, councillors and pen-pushing officials are splashing out a fortune on posh phone gadgets.
Ecumensus: The Next Vision" is a fictional imagining of what lies next for the spiritual world in a hypothetical situation when the current era ends and the next begins.
focus on the US, but include European and British developments as precursors and parallels to American practices, as well as ancient and medieval history and up to the current era of Homeland Security.
Byline: Bob Strauss Film Critic There's a good joke to be made about ``RV'' being the perfect movie to discourage gas-guzzling during the current era of runaway fuel prices.