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Justice Dost Mohammad Khan remarked that reopening of the centers should not be a problem since the government had procured foreign funding for them.
However, if central government had provided the council with the power through their localism vision then Redcar and Cleveland Council could have revised the use of the site and stopped the reopening of the abattoir.
The reopening of the Jawahar School was possible after the general education secretary stayed the order of the director of public instruction to close the school.
The reopening of these schools would enable thousands of students to resume their education, the official said.
Roberta Blackman-Woods, MP for the City of Durham, has supported the decision taken by the North East Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to commission a study into the business case for reopening the Leamside Railway Line.
The route through the city will see a large number of roads closed from 6am, with diversions in place, and roads will begin reopening from 9.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Pakistan's Former Minister for Tribal Regions General Shah Mahmoud blasted the Islamabad government for giving a green signal for the reopening of the NATO supply route, and said the measure would increase terrorist attacks across the country.
The reopening process was administrative not legislative, unlike in Scotland, where specific Bills to reopen old railways have been vigorously debated, scrutinised, amended and passed by the Scottish Parliament.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is likely to allow the reopening of some of the banks that the government closed recently on allegations of corruption by bank executives, before the end of the year.
Ashington and Washington have both been highlighted as towns which would benefit from a major rail expansion, involving the reopening of passenger lines and the development of new stations.
Reopening The troubled Marsh House pub, closed since last October
The Vista del Lago Visitors Center, which attracted some 160,000 people each year, is reopening on its perch over Pyramid Lake with no fanfare, but with sighs of relief statewide.