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The bank was also adjudged the Best Corporate Bank in Ghana at the International Business Magazine Awards, moving to be named as at The Global Business Outlook Awards, as the Best Commercial Bank.
'In his book, Hart adjudged Prophet Muhammad as the 'only man in history who was supremely successful' on both the religious and secular levels.
The website says that Sirisena was adjudged as the world's best president by a Technical Committee made up of experts from reputable International Civil Service Organizations and think Tanks.
Further goals from Danny Morley (2) and Colyfa Kamara completed the statistics with Paul Davies adjudged man-of-the-match.
Paswan and Gupta later gave away awards to the PSUs adjudged the best in four different segments, namely, Maharatna, Miniratna, Navaratna and other PSUs.
In the next match, OEC beat Tile Marine thanks to a top score of 34 by Qayuum, who was adjudged the man of the match.
With just three minutes of normal time remaining at the Carlisle Grounds last night, referee Tom Connolly adjudged Dave Webster handled in the box.
He visited Ysgol Abercaseg infant school, adjudged to be "pioneering" by schools inspectorate Estyn and secondary school, Ysgol Dyffryn Ogwen, praised as "excellent" by Estyn.
When the gavel drops, what are the chances the sentence adjudged by a court-martial will be an effective form of punishment for the accused?
QPR are 4-11 to be relegated from the Premier League after a hugely controversial 2-1 defeat at Bolton yesterday Ivan Klasnic's late winner gave Bolton maximum points, but Clint Hill's header was adjudged not to have crossed the line despite being well over when the score was still 0-0.
The 14-year-old Amandeep, a class IX student of the Indian School, was adjudged man-of-the-match.
DJ Campbell was awarded a goal when his near-post flick was adjudged to have crossed the line in the 32nd minute of a frantic clash.