invite the attention

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MIRPUR -- The people of Jammu and Kashmir living on both sides of the line of control have made preparations to observe the Indian Republic Day, January 26, as Black-Day to invite the attention of international community towards the continued long illegal and forcible Indian occupation of Jammu and Kashmir.
The Committee decided to invite the attention of the Hon.
As to the provisions of the Constitution that may be amended, we'd like to invite the attention of the committee that the President has issued the other day an executive order creating the committee for consultative study of the Constitution,' he said.
He will especially invite the attention of world leaders to the recent surge in state-backed atrocities and systematic violations of fundamental human rights in Indian Occupied Kashmir since the extra judicial killing of Kashmiri youth leader Burhan Wani.
MUZAFFARABAD -- Kashmiris on both sides of Line of Control observed Black Day on Tuesday to invite the attention of International community towards illegal Indian occupation in Jammu and Kashmir.
The party's recent promise of sub- quotas for economically deprived Muslims should invite the attention of the EC
Celebrating a unique age-old tradition, men from neighbouring towns and villages flock to Barsana, geared with shields, and sing provocative songs to invite the attention of women.
The students at what was previously known as the Government College for Girls said they had repeatedly asked the principal to remove the plate with the new name, fearing it would invite the attention of militants.
I invite the attention of the authorities to this matter which has far-reaching adverse impact on the health of children.
Blogs are a good way to invite the attention of students without asking them to make a commitment.
But, like leaving your house door open on a warm summer's day, a lack of foresight can invite the attention of opportunist thieves.
From the issuer's (or conduit borrower's) perspective, any such effort by the IRS would invite the attention of class-action securities lawyers, with accompanying litigation costs.