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Don't panic and keep faith", the official handle of CEO, Uttar Pradesh tweeted on Tuesday.
Urges business leaders to keep faith in his government's efforts
Summary: Harry Redknapp's decision to keep faith with Peter Crouch paid off as the striker scored twice against Stoke.
RANGERS boss Walter Smith is ready to keep faith with superkid Danny Wilson against Stuttgart - and dump AWOL Algerian Madjid Bougherra on the bench.
Busker backers keep faith BUSKER ROYAL made it two from two over fences when taking the At The Races Novices' Chase at Fakenham, but champion jockey Tony McCoy had to sit tight as Nicky Henderson's gelding put in one or two chancy leaps.
ROBIN VAN PERSIE has called on Arsenal fans to trust Arsene Wenger and keep faith in his young Gunners.
COLM Bonnar, right, has opted to keep faith with the side that lost in Antrim last time out, though the blow from that result has been softened by the Saffrons' subsequent draw with Westmeath.
Midfielder Kyle Rhodes returns from suspension while Charnley is expected to keep faith with youngsters Dave Freeman and Anthony Bevas.
FORMER Newcastle and England manager Sir Bobby Robson has encouraged troubled former protege Paul Gascoigne to keep faith with treatment for alcohol addiction and depression.
The Crewe and Nantwich by-election is likely to go badly for Labour so it is now up to Mr Brown to show why we should keep faith with him.
TONY Mowbray has admitted he is more likely to keep faith with his Albion squad than rush into the loan market.
I was raised in the church, am married to a minister and keep faith at the center of my life.