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Trump has also directed Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen to identify any other resources or steps "that may be needed to expeditiously end 'catch and release' practices."
Officials said that Nair has directed supervisory principal chief commissioners of income tax to expeditiously dispose of these grievances as the PM is expected to review the issue during the PRAGATI meeting he will chair on August 24.
Grace Poe's petitions expeditiously so we can move forward and proceed with our campaign," Escudero said in a statement after Poe's camp sought the reversal of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) en banc ruling cancelling her Certificate of Candidacy (COC).
In his statement he has also appealed to the Bribery Commission to expeditiously inquire in to whatever the allegations therein and reveal the outcome to the general public of Sri Lanka.
But the US Embassy in London said she had now been invited to apply for a visa and promised the matter could be "handled routinely and expeditiously".
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Assuring the agitated members that Maharashtra government would do its utmost to expeditiously prosecute the accused, Shinde condemned the incident and informed the House that all the five culprits have been arrested.
08 (Saba)- The United States welcomed on Thursday the announcement of the Yemeni National Dialogue on 18 March and urged all Yemeni parties to move expeditiously towards the dialogue.
The US central bank chairman said that the bank is working 'expeditiously' to enact the rules proposed under the law.
Recommendation: As part of its efforts to continue improving the transparency and accountability of HAMP, the Secretary of the Treasury should expeditiously establish clear and specific criteria for determining whether a borrower is in imminent default to ensure greater consistency across servicers.
The government has told the United States that Tokyo will respond ''appropriately and expeditiously'' to a request from Washington for prior consultation about the use of U.S.
"The parties are working diligently on finalizing the agreements, have made good progress to date, and have agreed to execute the agreements as expeditiously as possible." <p>The filing does not provide a new deadline for finalizing the agreement.<p>In a joint statement, Microsoft said it was committed to the agreement and that the companies had mutually agreed to extend the deadline.
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