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Being able to bring down poverty incidence to below 10 percent will not be a major boost in the government's target of a 14-percent poverty rate by 2022 under the Philippine Development Plan.
Addressing the 38th edition of 'Mann Ki Baat', the prime minister said, "Can our farmers take a pledge to bring down urea use by half by 2022?
HSBC Holdings (LSE: HSBA) said that it was doubtful that the Indian central bank would be able to bring down inflation in a sustainable manner.
According to a statement issued by the Ministry of Finance, Pakistan Poultry Association had assured to bring down the chicken prices to a reasonable level within a couple of days.
Wiley goes on to say that the reason many manufacturers have 15-round clips in their 9mm pistols is because it takes that many rounds to bring down an intruder, but with .
BIRMINGHAM Airport is "highly likely" to be targeted by terrorists using drones to bring down aircraft, an expert has claimed.
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.
THE Himachal Pradesh Police have found a novel way to bring down sex crimes against women in the hill state.
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 .
4 -- Slamming the Congress lead UPA government at the centre for the price rise, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Wednesday said it was the Centre's responsibility to bring down the prices.
BDI will not support SDSM in its attempts to bring down this Government despite announcements of Deputy PM Abdylaqim Ademi that they will review their position in the Government.
Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark and Finland have been told they will have to start slashing spending next year to bring down too-high budget deficits.