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one that is absent or not in residence

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Considering practical necessities, discharge of those absentees is to be implemented under four categories.
uCategory No 3 : Under this category, those absentees without any legal issues or any loans that should be paid back to the Army or whose loans can be settled against their balances in the Army Benevolent Fund, Suwa Sahana Fund and Compulsory Savings Fund either from the guarantors or the relatives, are eligible to receive a discharge from the Army.
Recently, the Sindh Education Minister was quoted as saying that after the introduction of biometric system, almost 4000 teachers have been marked across the province as absentees. He added that out of 4000, 3000 were occasional absentees while 1000 were chronic absentees, warning them to be sacked as soon as possible.
Figures released by the Department for Education today showed there were 10,069 "persistent" absentees in the city's state-funded secondary schools during the 2016/17 school year.
Solihull, Coventry, Walsall and Wolverhampton also saw increases in the percentage of secondary-age children classed as persistent absentees. A persistent absentee is defined as one who has missed at least ten per cent of the school days they were expected to attend.
This is not the first time Israeli authorities ask Palestinians from East Jerusalem to leave their homes under the pretext of being owned by absentees.
Under this law, Palestinian refugees and the internally displaced are regarded as present absentees, designations that authorized the confiscation of their land.
Israeli occupation's higher court on Wednesday decided to apply the "Law of Absentees" on Palestinian structures in occupied Jerusalem, that are owned by Palestinians who live in the West Bank and hold the Palestinian ID.
Abdul Malik Baloch, the Health department has started taking stern action against the absentees of the health department, which is included their suspension and other disciplinary action.
Coventry was second in the list of local authorities in the West Midlands for the worst persistence school absentees rate, according to figures released by the government's department for Children, Schools and Families.
It's common for more than 40 percent of all voters in some California counties to vote absentee; in Marin County where I live, a full 43 percent of all voters are now registered as permanent absentees.
As Martin points out, the Massachusetts and Connecticut Assemblies constantly intervened to force absentees to either settle or sell, reserving the right to dispossess those who did neither.
Published on Monday, 09 September 2013 11:27 PNN On 10 September 2013, the Israeli high court will discuss if and how Israel's discriminatory Absentees' Property Law (1950) should be applied to Palestinians residing in the occupied West Bank and their property in occupied East Jerusalem.
JERUSALEM, August 5, 2015 (WAFA) Israeli police Wednesday asked two East Jerusalem Palestinian families to leave their homes, under the pretext of absentee ownership, according to WAFA correspondent.
PNN On Monday 20th May, the Israeli Supreme Court discussed the 'Absentee Property' Law, allowing the Israeli state to confiscate 'absentee' property in Israel, after the State appealed a district court ruling to nullify the law in East Jerusalem.