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CJP Nisar said the court will order closure of the factories in the area if they found to be playing havoc with environment and health of the people.
MATT Le Blanc is blaming his old Friends habits for playing havoc with his diet and fitness regime.
But time - and children - have a way of playing havoc with one's priorities.
WHilE rain may be playing havoc with qualifying, tomorrow's British Grand Prix at Silverstone looks set to be run in good weather.
Biking barmaid Tina Hobley is leaving Coronation Street - because the role is playing havoc with her love life as she gears up for a real-life wedding.
Ken Behring says he has some grand designs for the relocation of his Seattle Seahawks to Southern California, but legal entanglements in Seattle are playing havoc with the specifics.
THE weather is still playing havoc with B&Q's business.
Meanwhile, Tina Hobley, who plays barmaid Sam Failsworth, is to leave the Street because it's playing havoc with her love life as she gears up for her wedding.
A large protrusion on Hermitage Street approximately 50 feet south of Chandler Boulevard in Valley Village is playing havoc with cars.
With stressful lifestyles and little time for proper meals or exercise, they are playing havoc with their health.
Adrian, 29, said: "I got an email from a guy saying the sun was playing havoc with their skin so he wanted to buy a jar of moisturiser.
HOW can Southampton afford to keep hold of Gordon Strachan when his imminent departure is playing havoc with the minds of his players?