ISLAMABAD -- The joint opposition failed to dislodge Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani owing to an active intervention
of the powers-that-be who wanted to keep a Baloch nationalist, Mir Hasil Bizenjo, out of the powerful post as well as thwart any potential move against the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government, according to well-informed sources.
* Patients most in need of active intervention
may have the least favorable cervical findings, and as a result they are potentially at risk for the greatest discomfort.
Referral to a mental health provider is adequate for most patients with moderate symptoms of depression, but some patients may require active intervention
during the clinical visit.
It was also explained to the active intervention
group how furring up, known as atherosclerosis, can be tempered with a healthy lifestyle and drug treatment.
Will this process of active intervention
of the Indians ends along with introduction of the new constitution, one cannot believe as what had happened in Sikkim, according to Sudhir Sharma's piece.
"We have started active intervention
operations against the terror organisation in the last couple of days.
Professor Ernesto Caffo, a member of Francis' Commission for the Protection of Minors, has stated that the focus of the conference will be on training members of the hierarchy to spot instances of abuse, on holding those responsible accountable for their actions, on active intervention
when cases of abuse are brought to light and on listening to survivors of such abuse.
'The study findings provide areas for active intervention
. There is a need for psychological support services in educational institutions in Pakistan which students can access easily assuring confidentially and without fearing any adverse impact on academic assessments.
At baseline, groups were generally well matched in clinical and cognitive characteristics, expect for an increased number of active smokers and less users of ACE inhibitors or angiotensin receptor blockers in the active intervention
Events in the war-ravaged areas of the world were triggered by the active intervention
of social media.
Mitigation efforts must be pursued first and foremost at a global level, while adaptation policies require active intervention
and support at national and local levels.