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ingoing

the sum paid by a new tenant for fixtures left behind by the outgoing tenant.
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"Ingo will be focusing on the establishment of a development financing solution for SolGold's share of development costs incurred by ENSA on the Cascabel project.
The ministry was responding to a question by PakisAtan Peoples Party (PPP) MNA Shazia Marri about the government's plans to ease the process of registering INGOs.
Even in the best-case scenario where the counter-intelligence services fully succeed with their mission, that still won't be enough to secure the Pakistani state unless a sustainable solution is spearheaded that properly addresses the socio-economic issues that make the country susceptible to INGO infiltration in the first place.
Firstly, we remain committed to pursuing an open and transparent INGO policy, which is underpinned by national laws, rules and regulations.
The government on Thursday rejected the concerns on the closure of operations of 18 international non-governmental organisations (INGOs) in the country.
The official said the ministry acknowledged the importance of INGOs. No INGO had been banned and only those, which were violating their mandate, were asked for re-apply for registration, he added.
Some of these participating countries and organisations include Care Foundation / International Non-Governmental Organisation (Ingo), Hashoo Foundation from Pakistan; Unicef, Dhaka Ahsania Mission, Gove from Bangladesh, Nepal, Philippines, Turkey and Indonesia; Unicef, Titian Foundation, Read Ingo, Dalit NGO Federation, Forum for Awareness and Youth Activity, Plan International Sudan, Mercy Corps Ingo from Tunisia; Norwegian Council RC Ingo from Jordan; Anera, Sonbola, American University in Beirut from Lebanon; and FC Barcelona, among others.
Dear sister of Joan (the late John) Ingo. Fond aunt of John and Linda Ingo.
24 (ANI): Attackers on Wednesday entered the International Non-Governmental Organization (INGO) Save the Children office in Afghanistan's Jalalabad city of Nangarhar province after a car bomb exploded outside.
Correspondence should be addressed to Ingo Kastner; ingo.kastner@ovgu.de
Under the regulations, all international organizations are required to obtain permission in advance from a government 'INGO committee' chaired by the secretary of the Ministry of Interior before carrying out any activity in Pakistan.
Shadrack Ingo, a cancer survivor, raised the matter of expensive medicine.