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lamented that despite abundant quantum of water, the irrigation canals of the Sukkur and Kotri barrages were not supplying irrigation water to all the tail end areas.
While protesting hundreds of small growers including Jahan Khan Chandio, Mubarak Chandio, Akhtar Arain, Riaz Ahmed and others demanded from the chief minister of Sindh for immediate closure of the illegal outfalls of Akram wah and also seek the stern action against the irrigation involved officials as the flow of water be ensured to growers of tail end and relief to the lacs of souls.
A traditional belief holds that cowards are most likely found lurking in the tail end of an advancing army.
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has directed the officials of Sindh Irrigation and Drainage Authority (SIDA) and Sindh Irrigation Department to ensure supply of water up to tail end in Badin district within three to four days.
MOST people were sent scurrying for shelter by the the tail end of Hurricane Katia - but not everyone.
And as we enter the tail end of the summer hols, the latest adventure of Tink is clearly designed to be a must for little girls.
After initial static "slugging" of the line for three weeks, over-odorized natural gas was flowed through the line while odorant levels were monitored at the tail end of the pipe.
We've been bumped by the tail end of Hurricane Bill, which the weather experts said has sneaked across the Atlantic," she added.
It's the tail end of the war, and Lithuania in the winter is a bad place to be, caught between the German and Russian armies.
Moving into the tail end of the year, markets seem to be calming somewhat.
It was actually an anecdote at the tail end of the story that caught my attention, a story involving Ken Freeman, former chairman and CEO of Quest Diagnostics, who had once headed Corning's TV glass business.
This is almost the tail end of a generational shift," with the exit of what some have called imperial CEOs, men like Walt Disney Co.