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Sher Zaman Bugti expressed his frustration saying that all the major natural gas fields are still located in Loti, Sui, Uch and Pir Koh, all located in the Bugti Mainland and still the local people are discriminated, denied jobs and natural gas facilities for the past 65 years.
One respondent was even discriminated against because her husband was in the Armed forces, the survey by video recruitment website www.
It ruled that Mr McNab, 54, was discriminated against when he was overlooked for promotion to a pastoral care post at St Paul's RC High School, Pollok, Glasgow.
In October, the EEOC sided with McCusker, concluding that the Catholic school discriminated against her because of her pregnancy and urged the school to settle the complaint.
Thus, similar to the result in Westinghouse, the Ohio manufacturing credit was deemed in violation of the Commerce Clause, because it discriminated against interstate commerce--it encouraged further investment in Ohio at the expense of development in other states.
The Anti-Discrimination Tribunal of Queensland ruled that Virgin Blue discriminated against eight female flight attendants aged 36-56 who applied for jobs as cabin crew in 2001 and 2002.
It was the plaintiff's contention that this disincentive to invest outside of Ohio hindered economic development in other states and, therefore, discriminated against interstate commerce.
All four perceptual modalities, auditory, visual, tactile, and kinesthetic, significantly discriminated between primary and secondary students (see Table 5).
If you feel you've been discriminated against, take good notes of your interview session and then consider consulting an attorney," says Nancy Segal, JD (legal director of Families That Work: The Program on Gender, Work & Family at American University's Washington College of Law).
I feel personally discriminated against by the refusal of the British Red Cross Society to acknowledge Christmas.
Second, Heyking pointed out that Halpern relied on the claim that "gays and lesbians" felt discriminated against, quite ignoring the fact that, if they were to rule on that basis, they would have to reckon with the equal and opposite fact that "what was sauce for the goose was sauce for the gander" (not his words), and that heterosexuals' feelings were automatically at stake.
Recognizing that this proposed change in the rule is intended to prevent Web site cramming, Wasch noted that new developments in the delivery of software and digital content would be unfairly discriminated against.