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With our data, we found that different states may have varying degrees of strictness.
If we want an independent and meritocratic public service all links between public employees and the parties must be severed by law and the letter of the law would have to be enforced not just with strictness, but ruthlessly.
My point of view is that some strictness should be maintained and awareness should be created among the public to save this countryside.
It's a bit of an unfair comparison, but it's a no-brainer for worn-out widowed mother-of-four Louisa, who takes her nearly grown-up family away from the strictness of 1930s England, and moves to the sun-drenched Greek island.
The minister added that the was "not done with the evaluation," claiming a need for strictness as the project, a partnership between Chinese company China Railway International and four Indonesian state-run firms, is the first of its kind.
He said that administrative strictness should be implemented and local purchase of medicines must be discouraged.
Asked about the strictness of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), Nambiar said: "Some ridiculous things are happening in the censor board.
TAHRAN (CyHAN)- A senior Iranian MP says the Parliament is always supportive of the government and occasional strictness on the nuclear talks has only served national interests.
Speaking to a local publication lawyer Salim Al-Muhaimed said the reasons for cases of marriage without consent are traced to family strictness, among relatives in particular.
Feroz Shah said strictness from government is proving beneficial as a number of parents are now approaching for release and furnishing affidavits in regard with vaccination of their children in future.
Congratulating the law enforcement authorities' efforts in keeping Oman a calm and peaceful country, Shaji Sebastin, who is an Indian resident for the last three decades in Oman, said, "The strictness of law can be cited as the main reason behind the dip in a number of crimes.
New York (AirGuide - Inside Air Travel) Fri, Dec 19, 2014 - Cruise ship security screening currently pales in comparison to that of air travel, but that gap in strictness could be shrinking soon, according to IHS market analyst Jared Bickenbach.