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Senator Malik said that the Universal Service Fund, established to ensure the availability of basic cellular and broadband services to un-served and under-served far off settlements, favoured cellular operators more than it considered the welfare of the people.
He also said that the day is not far off when the blood of martyrs will bear fruit because tyranny is doomed to perish."I condemn in strongest terms Indian brutalities and callousness in IOK.
But often it was seen that the patients coming from far off corners of the district had to stay somewhere for one or more nights here.
JONATHAN WALTERS last night said Stephen Ward's Whatsapp version of events over his bust-up with Roy Keane 'wasn't far off the mark'.
The mobile hospital vans will provide treatment facility to patients in far off valleys in Astore, Naltar, Ghizer and Baltistan division.
In the light of the directions of Chairman, NAB Lahore has arrested a Proclaimed Offender accused Asad Majeed from far off areas of Lahore.
However, the third thruster firing pushed the rocket holding the Roadster far off course.
Singapore - Oil prices were stable on Wednesday, not far off mid-2015 highs reached the previous session, as strong demand and ongoing efforts led by OPEC and Russia to curb production tightened the market.
His turn is not far off Chief Craftsman (5.45) showed a good attitude but lost out to a more experienced rival.
FITNESS guru and Hollywood actress Jane Fonda has admitted she is thinking a lot about dying and the end "is not that far off for me".
By ANDY KELLY EMRE CAN believes he can be Liverpool's new midfield leader - but admits he is still far off the standards Steven Gerrard set in the role.
By comparing views of the event from various locations and using principles of geometry, astronomers were able to estimate distances of very far off objects -- a method known as triangulation [see Notes on left].