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And, thousands of troops from the rangers and police forces, formed security details to stand guard on sensitive points.
As per district police's security plan, the army and Rangers would assist the district administration to maintain law and order during the Muharram ul Haram, particularly at sensitive points of the district.
Tenders are invited for Self help groups to provide security on area and sensitive points basis and contract for processing and packing of different varieties of seeds on per unit and item wise for the period of one year at Central State Farm,
In a statement issued by Editors' Council and read out by Nasser Eddine after the meeting, it said the delegation sounded the Minister about the reasons for the attendance of "Al-Akhbar" Newspaper Journalist Hassan Alleik to the Defense Ministry to inquire from him about sensitive points mentioned in his article published in the said newspaper.
Stringent security measures were in place with Police backed by Frontier Corps continued patrolling on the roads, besides an additional contingent of LEAs personnel was also deployed at sensitive points to avoid unpleasant incident.
One of these factors is that one of the most sensitive points of the world, the Straight of Hormuz in the Persian Gulf, belongs to Iran," the MP said.
Researchers found adenosine is very active in tissues affected by acupuncture, the ancient Chinese treatment involving inserting needles into sensitive points of the body.
The police started amassing in the area a" which has seen several clashes since 2005 when the government signed an memorandum of understanding with Posco for the 12- million tonne plant a" began around Thursday with more than 20 platoons deployed at sensitive points.