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The license was transferred to NBT once the co-op was up and running, and the variety had proven its worth.
Though the festival concludes on February 23, the job is far from over for NBT.
Naheed Shah Durrani told the audience that NBT has very recently emerged as major player in the renewable energy sector and have already commissioned 200 MWs in Beijing, China and have signed a framework agreement of 1000 MWs (20 farms) with Datang China.
NBT in collaboration with All India Conference of the Blind (AICB) has been publishing titles in Braille versions of its publications in Hindi, English, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi and Gujarati languages for visually handicapped readers in the country.
Veronica feels particularly at home collaborating with NBT.
To understand this complex symbiosis, Professor Thomas found it necessary to attend not only performances of the NBT, but to attend services of a Pentecostal church, and to read widely in Nigerian Gelede ritualistic performances, all of which form the basis for Teer's performance theory and practice.
Nexstim's NBT System is unique because its clinically-proven MRI-based navigation allows the user to visualize the electric field inside the patient's brain and accurately target therapy.
With NBT, Ancon Medical can give doctors, healthcare providers, aid workers and even volunteers the head start they need to start life-saving treatment.
Talking to Radio Pakistan, the officials sources said that NBT Wind Power Company has already carried out all the preliminary studies like wind data, environmental protection report and technical studies while it is in process of obtaining tariff and generation license from National Electronic and Power Regulatory Authority.
Toby Bridges, managing director at NBT Group, said: "The lunch break is often overlooked as a crucial part of the day so we want to see North East businesses making an effort to look at lunch differently.