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The Panel of Judges for Advertising Awards consisting of Mr.
Summary: Actress joined the panel of judges of 'India's Next Top Model' for a special episode
Qasim Mohammad Bhogio flanked by the panel of judges said that Kamal-e-Fun Award is the highest literary award in the field of literature for recognition of life times achievement in creative research work.
The agency's case studies were pored over by a panel of judges made up of the industry's top experts, who rigorously evaluated Mindshare's work to measure the successfulness of their marketing campaigns.
Just like many other talent show competitions, Hakim will strive to discover new singing talents, along with a panel of judges whose names have not yet been revealed.
The panel of judges in the case filed a complaint against the photographer, present during the third hearing of the trial concerning the death of Ethem SarysE-lE-k, a Gezi Park protester who was fatally shot by a police officer in Ankara during the protests in June, to the Chief Public Prosecutor's Office on the grounds that image and sound recordings are not permitted in the courtroom.
A COVENTRY electrician sparked the interest of a panel of judges and finished as runner-up in a national search for talented tradesmen.
It is mentioned that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki called for the formation of a panel of judges and lawyers / to lift grievances /.
The panel of judges of the military court considered the request of the military prosecutor's office seeking cancellation of the ruling of the military court of Bishkek garrison of 20 December 2011 for former Chairman of the State National Security Committee Murat Sutalinov.
All the categories in the awards, with the exception of nonvoting categories, are adjudicated by a panel of judges in accordance with the defined guidelines.
ENTERPRISING Teesside students have wowed a panel of judges with a unique idea for charity T-shirts.
The GBP10,000 award is made to a debut work of fiction, non-fiction or poetry published in the UK and is judged by members of the public who take part in reading groups, run by Waterstone's bookshops, along with a panel of judges.