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The spokesperson said that India has managed the silence of graveyard in the disputed region by arresting political leadership including National Front chairman, Nayeem Ahmad Khan in concocted cases and filling jails with youths.
Party insiders told Mail Today that Baluni had a word with state leadership and conveyed his displeasure over participation of Delhi BJP's spokespersons on these issues.
Muscat: Appointing an official spokesperson for ministries, authorities, establishments and government directorates, who will be responsible for liaising with media outlets regarding statements and clarifications, has been proposed by the Shura Council during its latest meeting.
However, Quicho did not name the spokespersons he was referring to.
It was agreed that the Spokespersons of the two Foreign Ministries would maintain close contact and encourage regular exchange of media delegations between the two countries.
As individuals who speak about their country's position and that of their foreign ministers and heads of state, official spokespersons from foreign governments possess high penetration in Arab media outlets: 80 per cent of Arab opinion leaders have noticed government spokespersons throughout the past year's coverage of events in the region.
He highlighted the importance of training in improving skills of media spokespersons, adding an agreement will be singed with the Jordan Media Institute on a long-term training program.
5 which requires that, "if a spokesperson is used, the spokesperson shall provide a spoken disclosure identifying the spokesperson as a spokesperson and disclosing that the spokesperson is not a lawyer.
This statement is followed by a list of authorized spokespersons and instructions on what to do when a reporter calls; how to handle sensitive or controversial matters; litigation, personnel and election issues; general or routine news; public safety; and crisis or emergency situations.
National Educational Spokesperson Jo Rowan is scheduled to appear as the celebrity guest along with other local and state celebrities.
It is all too easy, of course, for contemporary readers to criticize the black spokespersons found in Rael's book for either their naivete or arrogance.
An experiment was conducted to examine the effects of using organizational spokespersons of ethnic backgrounds similar to or different from possible stakeholders of a multinational organization.