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It said the orders of the regularisation of services of a teacher would be issued by the appointing authority subject to verification of his/her performance by the Sindh school education and literacy department's reform support unit.
In a press briefing, NDRRMC spokesperson Mina Marasigan, however, said the deaths are still subject to verification by the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG).
The 12 crew members, on the other hand, are subject to verification at the Bureau of Immigration.
Students who come from families that file tax returns due to their incomes being so low, or those with parents who lacked a Social Security number, lived separately from their parents, and others who were homeless unaccompanied youths who hadnt paid taxes before, are usually subject to verification by the IRS.
The ECC directed that this extension will be allowed subject to verification by the provincial food departments and PASSCO that these exporters had lifted wheat from the godowns prior to 15th March 2017.
It settled the para subject to verification by the audit office.
This is still subject to verification from the Guinness Book of Records.
Giving details, the source said the Economic Co-ordination Committee (ECC) of the Cabinet in its meeting on January 29, 2016 had approved the payment of salaries for two month - of October and November 2015 - to the employees of PSM, subject to verification to be carried out by the Privatisation Division, Finance Division, and PSM.
The municipality said shipment documents of food stuff imported to Dubai are subject to verification.
That's subject to verification of the last prior action.
Of course, it is all subject to verification - the sanctions will not be lifted until the progress that has been agreed by Iran is actually being made on the ground.
Sea-based operations were conducted under the control of the US Navy Europe (NAVEUR), and the destruction was subject to verification by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).