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The EPA team, he continued, stopped production from faulty section of the factory by closing it till the time the owner take action for compliance of environmental laws.
Monika Bickert, Global Head of Policy Management, and Brian Fishman, Head of Counterterrorism Policy at Facebook, say the company has removed over 14M pieces of terrorist content this year and median time to take action is less than two minutes in Q3.
So, the authorities are humbly requested to take action on each and every actionable issues of Turbat which are being highlighted in newspaper.
Ditch your vision board with images of your perfect life and roll up your sleeves, take action and create some reactions.
Achieving goals is easy as long as we take action after we set them.
Talking to the media persons here on Friday, the federal minister asked the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to take action against dual nationality holders and who, hided their assets like fake degree issues.
While removing the defamatory material will limit the effects of the comments, there may already have been sufficient damage to reputation, even resulting in financial loss, that the business or organisation can decide to take action against the person who posted the material.