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9 billion at the exchange rate at the time – was set by the NCC in December over MTN’s failure to deactivate more than 5 million SIM cards not registered by customers. Holder,Written by RICHA BHATIA | Published: May 12designed for glamorous ladies like Elizabeth Taylor who would step out in the day in high heels, The NIA claimed that Chauhan,Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: March 3 In the days since the debate,” Clinton kept her pneumonia diagnosis private until she was seen nearly collapsing while getting into her vehicle at a ceremony marking the Sept. Doctors at SSG Hospital were also not certain about the line of treatment.the Dr Dave denied that the decision was taken due to lack of adequate facility at the government-run SSG Hospital.

Sunday, (Source: Google Earth) Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority said no abnormalities were reported at three nuclear power plants in the affected areas. The accord presented by the government was thin on details and was not signed by Mexico’s main employers’ federation Coparmex, Some analysts are already expecting inflation to crest above the central bank’s 4 percent ceiling. Sirisena’s government since 2015 has taken many measures to grant relief to the war-battered Tamils by releasing land held for military purposes. These issues need quick solutions. If they were so unhappy with him, ?Rajeev Agarwala and Abhishek Saxena. Vinita has also recovered from her injuries.

and is also battling a militant insurgency in its largely Kurdish southeast. Ankara, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll.The results show that while the New York businessman may have expected his tough stance on immigration to fire up support nationally it seems to be falling short in a state heavily affected by illegal immigration and where he is now facing a surprising challenge from his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton Asked if a wall would be “an effective barrier or a waste of money” 47 percent of Arizona residents picked “waste of money” and 34 percent picked “effective barrier” with the rest picking neither according to the poll Among Republicans 21 percent picked “waste of money” and 57 percent picked “effective barrier” Most Arizonans also believed it is not realistic to expect Mexico to pay for the wall something Trump has vowed would happen if he’s elected president on Nov 8 according to the poll The results lined up closely with nationwide opinions of Trump’s immigration policy: 49 percent of American adults say the wall would be a “waste of money” and 31 percent say it would be an “effective barrier” “As big and powerful as rich as this nation is we cannot just leave the door open” said Tony Estrada Santa Cruz County Sheriff who has served in law enforcement in the border county for 49 years “But we need a realistic and humane process Donald Trump is  catering to people’s fear” Polls show Arizona a state that has voted Democrat only once in a presidential election since 1952 has become competitive The Real Clear Politics average of polls showed Clinton ahead there by 13 percentage points Reuters/Ipsos polling shows Trump ahead there by 4 points Clinton’s campaign said last week it would spend $2 million more campaigning in Arizona before the election DRIVING LATINOS TO THE POLLS Arizona’s border with Mexico is 370 miles long covering an isolated desert terrain that has drawn millions seeking to cross illegally The state’s number of undocumented immigrants has fallen 35 percent from a 2007 peak to 325000 according to the Pew Research Center as Arizona cracked down on that population Nationwide the number has dropped 9 percent from a high in 2007 to 111 million undocumented immigrants Wendy Cornacchio a 45 year-old Trump supporter from Phoenix said she believes illegal immigration is still a problem – but she would rather see technologies like drone surveillance than Trump’s wall to address it “I don’t think that necessarily building a wall will work but the concept of closing the borders I agree with” she said Florida is another closely-fought state that has seen large levels of illegal immigration though by sea rather than by land Some 41 percent of voters there said they believed Trump’s wall would be a “waste of money” while 36 percent thought it would be an “effective barrier” Progressive activist groups in both Florida and Arizona have been using Trump’s hard line on immigration against him to mobilize Latinos for Clinton who advocates a path to citizenship for some undocumented immigrants Mi Familia Vota for example says they registered more than 15000 people in Arizona this year The Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted online in English and Spanish in Arizona and Florida The Arizona poll ran from Oct 5 to Oct 19 and gathered responses from 2600 people The Florida poll ran from Oct 5 to Oct 12 and gathered responses from 2610 people Both polls have a credibility interval a measure of accuracy of 2 percentage points for the total group and 3 percentage points for likely voters For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | New York | Published: October 23 The Department of Pharmacology,The computerization has been done for better record keeping and easy retrieval, said the spokesperson of the PGI while disclosing the achievements of the institute in 2010 She said that an auto analyzer has been installed in the biochemistry lab to process double the number of samples It has reduced the time of reporting? which is subject to overlapping claims.By: AFP | Sydney | Published: June 5 “Today, Related News A Pakistani court.

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