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He flashed an identity card issued by the MHA and also handed over his visiting card to the police officer.
An Electronic National Identity Card will be provided once the child completes 10 years.
CHP Deputy Chairman Umut Oran asked whether the Turkish government was arranging identity cards for FSA militants and members based in Istanbul.
KARACHI -- The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Sindh, Ghulam Haider Jamali, has called for preparing computerized record of absconders and wanted criminals on the basis of national identity card numbers.
A Nadra team raced up to her house to complete the procedure and she got the new identity card the very other day.
Through this identity card, we can vote and can also use it as a personal identity card.
PUL-I-ALAM (Pajhwok): Residents of Kharwar and Charkh districts in central Logar province complain they have been facing problems in obtaining identity cards and meeting their legitimate demands.
Any firm that sponsors foreign workers must keep records, including their contact details and, when they are issued, copies of their identity cards so that it can supply these to the agency on request.
It is an exciting find and though outdated, it is a unique and precious identity card which belonged to Queen Mary.
30am using a Romanian identity card and a boarding pass with the same name.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The identity card of an Israeli soldier was found Tuesday near the scene of an arson attack in the Northern West Bank last week, a local official said.
Manama, May 1st (BNA) -- GCC General Secretariat adopted the unified identity card reader's programme established by the Kingdom of Bahrain, represented by Central Information and Communication Organization.
December 11 2011 (TUR) -- Passages increased after identity card application began in Turkish-Georgian border gates.
The launch of the biggest biometric census project in the world in India in 2010, aiming to provide more than a billion Indians with a unique identification number (UID), came at the same time as Britain abandoned, for political and financial reasons, its national identity card project, despite the fact that it had been set out in the 2006 "Identity Cards Act".