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Interactive Digital Construction Barricade Wins for Temporary/Pop-Up Retail Space; New Barricade Launches at Roosevelt Field Mall
Assistant commissioners and magistrates will conduct monitoring of these barricades twice in a day and submit the report thereof to chief commissioner Islamabad.
However, speaking to Qatar Tribune, a majority of the passengers and by-standers at the terminal cautioned that the extra barricades at the terminal were not enough.
The police operation was the latest in two days to dismantle barricades after two weeks of protests, with the stalemate fuelling frustrations in the Asian financial hub and draining public support for the pro-democracy movement.
Barricades of garbage, furniture and burning tires have become a daily occurrence, snarling traffic in cities.
Barricade Bracket joins barricades with highly flexible angling (0-180) for nearly any configuration.
Barricade Bracket, offered by CLD Plastics, was designed to work in conjunction with A-frame barricades.
Summary: At a time when barricades are being raised in parts of north Lebanon and the Bekaa, the residents of the Palestinian refugee camp of Ain al-Hilweh are set to tear one down.
Summary: After over a year, the barricades placed in front of the Ministry of the Interior were removed this morning, January 26th, 2012.
The recently formed Military Committee pledged to eradicate barricades and all armed manifestations from the streets within one week, starting last Saturday.
There are soil barricades in the field, and soldiers hid themselves behind these barricades with light weapons.
Putting barricades on the roads makes mockery of spending huge public on construction of roads and fly-over for smooth traffic flow.