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He said the general election 2018 would be between those who practically delivered and those who kept the people engaged in sit-in and futile exercise of protest.
We did not do politics of drawing-rooms or mere press conferences but serving masses practically,' he said while inaugurating an uplift scheme in union council-6 near Gujjar Street.
I believe that voters are not just followers but also leaders (by virtue of voting, we are at the helm of this country's future) who must also be practically wise.
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They closed practically all the bowling greens in Cardiff over a yearly cost of PS6,300 in order to save money, destroying more than 100 years of bowls in Grangetown and took away a facility enjoyed by the whole community.
After the overthrow of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych in February, Ukraine "has practically slid into a civil war," said Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu Friday, RIA-Novosti reported.
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Summary: BEIRUT: Public Health Minister Mohammad Jawad Khalifeh said in an interview with the National News Agency that the medical card is practically a compulsory health insurance system.
Blidt said that that during their meeting the Syrian President told him he is "determined to convince" the Islamic Palestinian organization "to pursue the same course of action taken by Syria and that he is sure that he will succeed in making Hamas practically acknowledge the existence of Israel, especially since Hamas is headquartered in Damascus.