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Netanyahu's office said the meeting had been postponed until Sunday for "mutual scheduling reasons" without providing further details.
30, 2003, it files Form 1139 to apply as a credit the $200,000 2000 tentative refund and $10,000 of the 2001 tentative refund to pay the $200,000 2001 postponed tax liability, plus accrued interest.
In sport, the Australian rugby league team has pulled out of its visit to Britain and the Ryder Cup golf tournament between Europe and America has been postponed.
Meanwhile, Advisor to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said that SAARC Summit could be postponed, if India refused to attend.
It is more than certain that the Census will be postponed because it is difficult to face elections and a census at the same time, high government official told INA news agency.
In March Obama postponed his visit to Australia and Indonesia twice to remain in Washington for the House vote on the health care bill.
Division Three: Blacon Youth Club Res 6 St Werburghs 0; Capenhurst Villa Res v Ashville Res postponed; Christleton Res 2 Hale 1; Manor Athletic v Ellesmere Port Res postponed; Mersey Royal v Mossley Hill Athletic Res postponed; Prescot Cables Res v Upton AA Res postponed.
LAHORE/ PESHAWAR, October 14, 2009 (Balochistan Times): Sports Minister NWFP Syed Aqil Shah has said that the 31st National Games to be started from November, 15 in Peshawar are likely to be postponed due to security situation in the province.
However, court spokesman Abdul-Sattar Bayrkdar said Tuesday that the trial has been postponed indefinitely pending a high court ruling on what charges the journalist should face.
PLANS to officially launch Cardiff's bid to become European Capital of Culture were postponed today in the wake of yesterday's events in America.
On the other hand, purchasing an asset that is expected to substantially appreciate probably should not he postponed because the new election can be made to qualify for the 18-percent rate, without incurring transaction costs.
Further, the postponed amount may never have to be paid if the estimate of the 1993 loss turns out to be accurate.