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He said the agriculture sector ignored for the last 10 years had got 60 percent more funds compared with the past's.
(wicket-keeper batsman, Javed Ullah (first class cricketer) and Farhad, a promising batsman playing for ZTBL have been ignored. Waqas also played for the National team in Asia Cup but has been ignored surprisingly, they added.
TEHRAN - Five people were publicly flogged in Iran as punishment for eating in public in violation of the rules of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, state media reported.The offenders ignored warnings from police and "ate intentionally" in the western city of Kermanshah, the province's chief justice Ali Mozafari said, quoted by the official IRNA news agency.They were flogged for their actions, he added.Iranian authorities issue warnings every year to respect Ramadan by not eating or drinking in public.
I understand that some 325 messages of objection to the Sainsbury plan have been received by the council but these have been ignored.
On the other hand, Professor Osman Kadriu says that all of this deserves a deeper analysis but Macedonia has definitely not been ignored.
The bottom line is they should not be ignored. They were put there for very important safety reasons.
The other requirements of reliability, trains available when you get to the station (after your journey to reach the station), train capacity and journey frequency, were ignored back then and seem to be ignored now.
They said that merit has been ignored in several departments despite being given interviews.
The man's son Angel added: "I don't know how people could have ignored him lying there like a piece of meat." Police chief Daryl Roberts said: "It looks as though we've lost our moral compass.
A large majority of the public feel ignored by politicians and the media, according to a poll.
The Declaration of Independence, revered as a document but ignored as a guide to action, needs to be read from pulpits and podiums, on street corners and community radio stations throughout the nation.
'Earth science has been singled out' and ignored by government, particularly work dealing with climate change, he said." The wire-service account continued, as published in the Knoxville News Sentinel: "'There is a greater temptation to ignore inconvenient truths, to set aside knowledge that might challenge prevailing policy,' said Gore, who was greeted with a standing ovation."