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al-Norian, Deputy Director General of Boarder Affairs in the Islamic Republic of Iran and his accompanying delegation, currently visiting the Sultanate to take part in 12th meeting of the coast guard officials between Sultanate and Iran.
Summary: The 'hotels&restaurants' website was launched by Jasim Mohammed Sultan Al Darmaki, deputy director general of Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi) in a ceremony at the International Tourism Bourse (ITB Berlin) held from March 6-10.
This bill provides that the federal government may, by notification in the official gazette, appoint a Deputy Director General (Coordination) and such number Directors, Deputy Directors, Assistant Directors and Deputy Assistant Directors as it may think fir.
Zaheerul Islam has earlier served as the deputy director general of the ISI as a major general.
The committee for grievances relating to licensing and permits, headed by Ali Ebrahim, Deputy Director General of Planning and Development Affairs, will decide on all appeals submitted against the decisions taken by the DED divisions on licensing and permits procedures of enterprises, subject to the provisions of the law regulating economic activities.
Paris Saint Germain's deputy director general Philippe Boindrieux was interviewed Friday by Italian investigators in Palermo as the latter delve into allegations of extortion connected to the summer transfer from the Sicilian club to PSG of Argentine starlet we work only with the clubs and we struck an agreement directly with Palermo," he insisted.
Azerbaijani Deputy Prime Minister Elchin Efendiyev received Anadolu Agency (AA) Deputy Director General Ahmet Tek and BSANNA delegation within the scope of the event.
THE deputy director general of the CBI has been named as the business group's new leader.