11 (ANI): Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh on Friday rubbished spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's claims that his visit to Rahul Gandhi's parliamentary constituency of Amethi was cancelled due to political pressure from Delhi, and said he is free to go anywhere he wishes in the country.
What does F2G stand for?
F2G stands for Free to Go (mobile phone package)
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- Fortran to Common Lisp
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- Face To Face
- Family to Family (special needs children information and education organization)
- Field to Finish (surveying)
- Fit To Fail (punk ska band)
- Foreningen 2 Foreldre (Norweigan: 2 Parents Association; est. 1985)
- Friend-to-Friend (computer network)
- Forecast to Finished Goods
- Family to Family Health Information Education Center (United Cerebral Palsy, Michigan)
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US Captain John Klusmer was arrested and ordered to appear in court Monday while the others were free to go but "chose to stay on the boat in solidarity with the captain and defiance of the Greek authorities," a spokesperson said.
He also dismissed US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's comments that he had freely come to the United States and was free to go whenever he wanted.
With concerts in the evenings, during the day participants are free to go on guided strolls around some of Provence's villages including Isle-sur-le-Sorgue, St-Remy, Cadenet and Lourmarin.
They're going to be free to go after managers, not corporations," he concluded.
Once the time is up, the Time's Up/Time Out animal's bell will sound alerting the child that he or she is free to go on to the next activity.
He is free to go, he was free to come," Clinton said, refuting Iranian allegations that Amiri was being held in the United States at the time against his will.
Amiri dismissed US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's comments that he had freely come to the United States and was free to go whenever he wanted.