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Dards

 

the conditional name for a group of peoples living in adjacent regions of northern India, Pakistan, and northeast Afghanistan and speaking Dardic languages (Kashmiri, Kohistani, Shina, and Khowar). In historical literature, the territory they inhabit is often known as Dardistan.

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iii) Train the MARD and DARD staff working on M&E on the approaches, roles and functions, indicators, and methodologies, and expose them to th
LEFT: a Dard Shin girl in Chakwali village, the farthest point along the Kishengana River that travellers are allowed to visit.
For a transfer to take effect for the 2016 BPS Scheme year DARD must receive the TE1 application between 4 April and 3 May 2016.
I encourage all who intend to do so, to read the guidance available on the DARD website, collate the evidence you need and provide it on time to reduce the potential for delays at a later stage.
The combination of private investment alongside DARDs new headquarters bringing 600 jobs will be the economic injection the North West needs.
I believe both the design of the new building and DARDs relocation to the north west is an opportunity to embrace the future," Minister ONeill said.
We hope Dard realise the significance of the situation and common sense prevails.
I highlighted I believe there is a cross-border organised crime element to these thefts and this I believe is borne out by these latest figures with the Newry and Armagh DARD offices reporting over 1,332 of these cattle stolen or missing.
Investigations are underway by official feed inspectors and DARD will consider taking actions pending the outcome.
DARD said 68,113 animals had been checked - and tested negative - for BSE since the new rules came into force.
LMC also advises DARD on matters relating to the sector.
The Minister was speaking after a meeting between the Chinese Minister Zhi Shuping, Defra Secretary of State, Owen Patterson and the DARD Deputy Chief Veterinary Officer Dr Perpetua McNamee.