"The Security Council stressed that the NPPA
's implementation is the only way to move forward in the transition process," Benomar said.
guidelines had been a sore point with pharmaceutical companies particularly MNCs.
Non-governmental organizations often partner with the NPPA
to educate youths about drugs, considering the curriculum is not found in Lebanese schools.
He said the company's ongoing silence is perplexing given the number of news outlets that have thrown their weight behind NPPA
Every month the NPPA
awards points to the top three photos in six categories: Spot News, General News, Sports, Feature/Single Picture, Feature/Multiple Pictures and Illustration/Controlled Portrait.
Under Younes's over-sight, NPPA
has modernised seismographs used in measuring earthquakes in the country and has chosen Dab'a, west of Alexandria, as the site of Egypt's first nuclear power plant.
is carried out studies to upgrade and modernise seismographs used to measure earthquake activity at the site at el-Dab'a, west of Alexandria.
"Up until the day he died, he always had a well-informed opinion about things." Before retiring in 1972, Colvin was associate editor of Popular Mechanics, coauthored "Words Most Often Misspelled and Mispronounced," and received the National Press Photographers Association's (NPPA
) Joseph A.
Christopher Newton-Cheh of Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and colleagues used genetic data on about 30,000 people from the United States, Sweden and Finland to detect the roles of two genes called NPPA
said in a letter this week that it supports the legislation.
The nuclear explosion, which occurred during a missile test on a naval platform off the coast of Arkhangelsk region in the far north of Russia, will not affect the establishment of the Egyptian nuclear plant and the timetable for its implementation, Chairperson of the Nuclear Power Plant Authority (NPPA
), Amgad El Wakeel, said.