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Tottenham Hotspur clinched top spot in Champions League Group H after their 2-1 comeback win at Borussia Dortmund.
Government officials provide no figures on the number of Pakistani delegates visiting the city.
The Madhya Pradesh Government said it would decide on bringing petroleum products under the Goods and Services Tax after considering its impact on the reveune.
Among their primary demands are that the number of sanctioned posts be increased, promotions on time and minimise the number of contractual employees.
The EU had taken Poland to court arguing that the operations were destroying a forest that boasts unique plant and animal life.
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Bak's work weaves together personal history and Jewish history to articulate an iconography of his Holocaust experience.
Both decisions came in a tiebreak after three tense rounds of secret voting, with Amsterdam beating the Italian city of Milan and Paris beating the Irish capital Dublin in a bitterly fought race.
The conservative Popular Party said the capital of Catalonia, a region which is home to several pharmaceutical companies, lost out to Amsterdam because of its independence drive.
GDPR aims to strengthen and protect the data of individuals within the European Union and also deals with export of personal data outside the region.
President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, who holds the power to call a new vote, made it clear that this was not his favoured option, as he told mainstream parties to rethink their positions.
Deepika's move comes amid a raging row over "Padmavati", which was scheduled to be released on December 1.
Ministers will vote on where to relocate the European Medicines Agency and European Banking Authority.
Chancellor Angela Merkel was struggling Sunday to prevent a collapse in high stakes coalition talks, which could force new elections and destabilise Germany and Europe.
Steinhaus is savoring her first season among the Bundesliga's 24-member elite group, reward for her performances as a fourth official and for 10 years' work in the second division.