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They protested outside the Watamu chief's office on Sunday that the tenders were given to outsiders.
KOHAT -- The employees of Pakistan Railways have demanded eviction of outsiders occupying the apartments in the railway colony here.
As a result, no other political party existed through which an outsider could venture into the political arena.
Yet in my own way, as an amateur practitioner who took classes for fun and emotional healing rather than professional ambition, even I had a bit of an outsider eye.
PARKFIELD teachers have been struck down with stress over the No Outsider parent protests, with their boss stating: "Some don't want to come to school."
Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today asserted that the federal government has a right to be concerned about the degazettement of Johor's Pulau Kukup as a national park and that it is not an 'outsider' as described by the state crown prince.
FORMER Labour MP George Galloway said he chose Liverpool as the first stop on a speaking tour of the UK because of the city's "outsider" identity.
The first Ecker Center Outsider Art Show and Sale is scheduled for Thursday, Sept.
Only three out of 12 PTI ticket aspirants for NA-123 from Shahdara PTIs candidate faced defeat in 2013 for being an outsider LAHORE:The local cadre of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) from Shahdara has warned the party leadership and the parliamentary board not to repeat its mistake and award party tickets to an outsider as it may result in losing one of the crucial seats from Lahore like it did in the last elections, Pakistan Today has learnt.
Outsider Art and Art Therapy: Shared Histories, Current Issues, and Future Identities
The 16-1 outsider appeared a sitting duck in front when market leaders Farleigh Mac (10-11) and Love Oasis (5-2) loomed up to challenge, but Secret Potion fended the pair off to deny those who forced Love Oasis to 1.7 and Farleigh Mac to as short as 1.16.
Telecom operators in emerging markets perform better when they hire an outsider as CEO than by appointing an insider, according to a new research report by emerging markets-focused executive search firm KWR.