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enjoyed taking part in a non-uniform day, as well as several other events to raise funds on Friday 13th March for Comic Relief Day and Farringdon was no exception.
SOLOMON Evelyn Josephine Diane Sadly passed away on 13th March 2015, aged 79 years.
According to officials of Ministry of National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination the decision to extend the deadline by 60 days was taken to facilitate the working of the inter-ministerial committee constituted by Ministry of Finance Minister on 13th March.
Service and funeral at Falkirk Crematorium on Friday the 13th March at 9 am.
Funeral on Friday 13th March 2015, service at St Cybi's Church at 11am followed by interment at Maeshyfryd Cemetery.
He asked the people to massively participate in the July 13th march from Jamia Masjid to Martyrs' Graveyard at Naqshband Sahib in Srinagar.
On the 13th March, 2012, an intimation was given in writing to the Deputy Commissioner, MCD, Karol Bagh Zone by SHO, Prasad Nagar.
com)-- Divya Kumat, Corporate Head - Legal & Company Secretary at Datamatics Global Services Limited (DGSL), won the General Counsel of the Year (Female) award at the 7th Legal Counsel Congress & Awards at Mumbai on 13th March, 2014.
Paul's Church, Town Row on Thursday 13th March at 12 Noon.
Frankfurt: 6th March - Munich: 13th March - Hamburg: 18th March - Dusseldorf: 20th March - Berlin: 25th March.
Ryanair's low fares, best customer service and biggest route network in Europe prove you'll never beat the Irish - and we'll be hoping for more Irish winners at Cheltenham this year, in particular at the Grade 1 Ryanair Chase on Thursday, 13th March, which we're sure will be another festival highlight.
Pal Roger 'Ollie' Spencer, who played drums with Lynne in successful pre-ELO band The Idle Race in the 60s, wrote on Facebook: "Dear ELO fans, come and join Jeff Lynne getting his long overdue star on Birmingham Walk of Fame, 13th March, Broad Street, Birmingham.