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He [ Srinivasan] wrote a letter to KIADB chairman [ saying] that Wing Commander Ajay Jha and Gurudutt Shanbhag would liaise from our side in day- to- day work.
Unlike other collaboration applications, no change in work behavior is required, and it doesn't matter whether the email recipient is using Liaise or not.
Press photographers will be invited to the event at the discretion of the New Theatre, who will liaise with the head teacher accordingly.
Blues will continue to liaise with the relevant authorities and monitor weather conditions in the next 48 hours, but there appears no immediate threat to the 5.
I also liaise withWales and West Housing Association to report on progress.
Midland police were flying to Japan yesterday to liaise with detectives investigating the murder of a teacher whose body was found in a bath of sand.
It was hoped the cars would now be shifted quickly and they were continuing to liaise with the police and council.
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An FA spokesman said: ``We will liaise with the club and police to discover what happened and try to discover the individual's identity.
This (export development officer) will work with all of the small businesses in our region, and he or she will also liaise with the adjacent chambers as well -- including Mattawa, Sturgeon Falls and the South River area -- to help them work with their business communities," Evans says.
A spokesman for the Met said they had been disappointed with the response to the reward offer so far but urged anyone with information to call them on 020 8247 7911, Crimestoppers on 0800 555111, or the Southall Black Sisters on 020 8571 9595 who will liaise with the police.
Until now, they have been told to liaise with probation officers and sign the sex offenders' register.