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"In India, a big war has been declared against corruption that is black money.
Southport Trinity also topped 200, with Shaun Robson's 68 leading the way in their 207/8 declared against Alder.
The petition stated that the appointment of Aurangzeb is uncalled for and be declared against the constitution and law.
Out of these samples 53 samples of packed milk were checked and 46 brands of packed milk were declared unsafe which include Sky Millac, Dairy milk, Noorpur, Day Freshco while dairy morning and Almary were declared against the principles of health', document added.
I WAS nine at the time war was declared against Germany during 1939.
The NHRC also declared against requiring applicants to submit a self-statement.
Ali (above), playing as a specialist batsman and captain as he rests his sore spinning finger, hit only 24 runs as England made 314-9 declared against an inexpericenced Cricket Australia XI.
A war must be declared against this situation in order to ensure development and counter poverty and extremism, he pointed out.
Agcaoili said that this is not the first time that an all-out war has been declared against the revolutionary forces.
When war is declared against Japan, everything changes for Kenny and his family.
Elsewhere at the bottom, Benwell Hill scored 213-9 declared against fellow strugglers Gateshead Fell, with skipper Kyle Coetzer scoring a century (107) which included 15 fours off 128 balls faced.
DAVID WARNER passed 250 as Australia ran up a massive total of 559 for nine declared against New Zealand in the second Test in Perth.
An impression is being created that US colleagues have been unable up to now to determine their goals for their war declared against the ISIL," Konashenkov said in an interview with Rossiya-1 TV Channel, TASS reported.