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certainly bring down the cost of doing business and enable Pakistani products to get their due share in international market," he added.
This makes them much easier to bring down than the bigger aircraft with four engines.
The deputy chief of the central bank of Ukraine has said that the central bank was looking to bring down inflation in the nation.
15 ( ANI ): Russell Brand will apparently pen down a book on how to fix society and bring down the government.
You can take paracetamol or ibuprofen to help bring down the fever and make you feel more comfortable.
This initiative will progressively bring down the load on AIIMS/Delhi in the coming years.
On the slogan "The people want to bring down the regime" From the outbreak of protests in the Tunisia, the chant "The people want to bring down the regime" became the enduring slogan of the Arab Spring.
Italy's centre left will not accept any "blackmail" from its centre-right coalition partner, its leader said on Monday, after Silvio Berlusconi's party threatened to bring down the government if he is ejected from parliament.
THE Himachal Pradesh Police have found a novel way to bring down sex crimes against women in the hill state.
Forget the storyline - it's this basic: you and your partner have to shoot and destroy everything in your path to bring down a violent drug cartel that's taken control of Mexico.
The met office official said that showers with thunderstorm are expected in the provincial capital and other parts of the province in the next 24 hours that would bring down the mercury.
Summary: Prime Minister David Cameron is set to launch a commission into how to bring down childcare costs and increase the supply of places.
Protesters managed to bring down some five concrete blocks and chanting against military rule .
PASSENGERS flying from Cardiff Airport could benefit from the government consultation on air passenger duty, as changes to the way the flight tax is charged could bring down the cost of flying for leisure passengers.