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The culmination of these races meant he was boosted into the overall lead with a three second gap over Kristoffer Halvorsen (Team Ineos) and five seconds over Edvald Boasson Hagen (Dimension Data), both Norwegian rivals.
The district magistrate was briefed by all concerned officials on the occasion and he expressed satisfaction over the administrative and security measures and directed to facilitate the pilgrims and provide tight security till the culmination of the Urs.
Earlier, distinguished visitors day was also celebrated to mark the culmination of the joint exercise.
KARACHI -- Opening batsman Sharjeel Khan, who has been serving a suspended sentence for his role in the PSL spot-fixing case in 2017, has decided to take the rehabilitation course in a bid to resume competitive cricket after the culmination of his suspension period.
28, 2018, OPPAP in partnership with MPC is set to lead the national culmination.
The culmination of the project was the Concordia Festival held at Sage Gateshead on Friday 7th July.
When there is high malnutrition rate and poor wellness, people are less productive and this would affect the entire performance of government, Edduba elaborated during the National Nutrition Month culmination as he told local officials to give priority to the program in the local budget.
He congratulated the troops on the successful culmination of 'Highmark' exercises, conducted every four years to enhance the operational preparedness of the PAF.
Global Banking News-December 17, 2014--Bank guarantees were 'culmination of years of mistakes' in Ireland
THE awarding of eight Rugby World Cup matches to the Millennium Stadium has been hailed as the culmination of more than four years of hard work.
Nanotechnology of a sustainable world; global artificial photosynthesis as nanotechnology's moral culmination.