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Aurangabad (Maharashtra) [India], June 15 ( ANI ): Even as the Maharashtra Government assuaged the anger of farmers by waiving off thier loans, a video of a farmer getting beaten up by Congress MLA from Sillod along with his supporters has gone viral.
Economy Minister Fatmir Besimi stressed that in this way the demands of the business community would be met and the effects of the global economic crisis would be assuaged. Domestic business owners alarmed that the punitive policy in the country was excessively rigorous and mismatched with the financial condition of the firms.
But as with President Obama he would be unwise to think public opinion can be assuaged over this unpopular conflict.
A senior Chinese official assuaged some of concerns surrounding the USD, saying that while reserve managers will diversify to a greater extent in the future, the U.S.
A parent's death left many children with a deep sadness, never assuaged and painfully expressed in their adult writings.
Bush's determination to seek a military rather than a diplomatic solution has been especially perplexing for the absence of any convincing argument about how the underlying causes of the crisis might be assuaged by war ...
For example, once the enterprise e-mail system was configured to only accept and deliver e-mail using secure socket layers, it assuaged concerns about unencrypted data transfers via e-mail.
The Swedish international's existing contract had been due to expire next summer, but by signing on for a further three years the 28year-old has assuaged fears after the departures of Vieira and Pires.
Worries that REIT returns will decrease under the duress of the slowly increasing Fed rate have been assuaged by a sliding 10-year Treasury bond rate and optimistic forecasts for the economy.
He says all municipalities within the proposed region have written letters of support for the reserve concept after having concerns about regulatory authority assuaged. About 70 per cent of the area of the biosphere reserve is Crown property of the province.
With teleunderwriting, the implications of these costs are somewhat assuaged because (1) producers are free to spend more time selling and (2) faster underwriting decisions mean higher policy "taken" rates.
Such concerns were hardly assuaged by the room set aside here for the self-representations of firms that had agreed to answer questions about the politics of art in their business.