Well, we say weekend, but Liverpool - and more pertinently
, their supporters, face a Friday night trek to Exeter thanks to the helpful demands of the TV schedulers.
Ambani said that Jio s services would help traders as well as pertinently
aid the state s youth as the digital infrastructure will provide the opportunity to create value and to make sure that they can startup businesses and they can then create value for themselves in this new world.
He has so succinctly summarized the key challenges facing Indian Muslims, pertinently
linking them to issues of citizens' rights.
But far more pertinently
, the Charlton stalemate widened the gap between Wolves and the play-off places from one point to three.
, and on top of the helmet, was an image of the World Cup itself.
, Vita TV is also capable of streaming PlayStation 4 content around your home network, meaning you could pause a game or movie being played on one TV in your house and pick up from exactly the point you left off on another.
, the MOBO - Music of Black Origin - awards have never come to Birmingham.
, though, it's a timely reminder that skills development isn't necessarily reserved for young people who are new to their careers.
, over 250 candidates registered for and appeared in the online test and the interview conducted by Rooman Technologies.
, Karunanidhi's daughter, DMK MP Kanimozhi, is facing trial along with former telecom minister A.
Hazard grabbed the all-important goal to avoid extra time and, more pertinently
, the potential of an embarrassing Europa League exit on home turf.
, what proportion of the developer's profits does this large sum actually represent?
It is pertinently
plain that the definition [of conspiracy given by the judge was accurate and his direction as to its application was entirely appropriate," he told the court.
The Troika very pertinently
raised the issues of structural reforms and measures to open the market" to competition, said the minister on the radio, on 31 August.
Secondly, the author, like so many modern writers, seems uneasy when discussing the Christian religion and, more pertinently
, the Catholic Church.