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Food inspector Alan Blue, 51, thought comments between him and two sacked mates on the site were private.
Just as Jol hadn't been sacked when Meulensteen was appointed, Meulensteen hadn't been sacked when Magath was appointed.
Meanwhile, a press release issued here by the Forum, it was pointed out that those who were sacked belong to the poor families.
SOCIAL workers are campaigning to reinstate a manager who was sacked for refusing an order he thought was ``morally and legally unjustified''.
The Imperial conquest of Rome in May of 1527, in which troops led initially by Charles of Bourbon sacked and occupied the city, has traditionally been viewed as a political and cultural watershed.
ISLAMABAD -- The National Assembly was assured on Tuesday that the matter regarding reinstatement of Pakistan Steel Mills' workers would be taken up with the Prime Minister as they had been sacked prior to passage of law on reinstatement of sacked employees.
KARACHI, January 23, 2011 (Frontier Star): The committee constituted by the Sindh government for restoration of the sacked employees of Karachi Electric Supply Company (KESC), in its second meeting on Sunday asked the KESC management to reinstate the sacked employees.
White has been sacked just seven times this season.
Meanwhile, DMS of DHQs Hospital informed that 27 employees of the hospital were sacked as neither advertisement was published before the appointment of these employees nor tests were held.
ISLAMABAD, June 30, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- Present government will provide justice to those employees who were sacked on political grounds during 1996 to 1998.
UCLA quarterback Drew Olson was 3 for 3 for 78 yards and was sacked once on first down against Cal, and the decision to run on first down has been more prevalent the last three weeks.