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Adak

(ā`dăk, ä`däk): see Aleutian IslandsAleutian Islands
, chain of rugged, volcanic islands curving c.1,200 mi (1,900 km) west from the tip of the Alaska Peninsula and approaching Russia's Komandorski Islands.
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ADAK CEO Japhter Rugut told the Star on Thursday that the agency will stand with the decision made by the AIU which conducted the tests.
Kenya will amend the Anti-Doping Act 2016, the country's Sports Secretary Amina Mohamed has saidSpeaking during the Wada Foundation Board meeting in Montreal, Canada, Mohamed said Kenya will also amend the ADAK rules and regulations to ensure they conform to new world regulations set out by the International Standard for Results Management (ISRM).ISRM establishes mandatory standards of operation that all anti-doping organisations must follow in the concerted fight against use of banned performance enhancement substances in sport.
The Coast Guard said a Jayhawk helicopter medevaced a crew member from the 652-foot vessel Snowy approximately 122 miles southwest of Adak in the Aleutian Islands on December 23.
Edited by Amal Kumar Adak, Debashree Manna, and Manoranjan Bhowmik
The newly formed Anti-Doping Authority of Kenya (ADAK) faces an uphill battle, restoring the credibility of the nation's world-beating athletes.
From Boston to Barrow, Austin to Adak, or Kona to Kodiak, Alaska Air Cargo serves over 85 destinations in North America while providing a variety of reliable shipping services to get cargo where it needs to be safe and on time.
The airline also provides twice-weekly Essential Air Service between Anchorage and Adak, Alaska.
The CID team, led by state deputy inspector general of police-( CID) Dilip Adak examined the blast site and collected samples from the spot too.
He begins the story by examining the lives of the crew members stationed at Naval Station Adak, giving the reader a sense of their living conditions as well as the excitement and difficulties of being a naval aviator flying out of an isolated airstrip in the Aleutian Islands.
Dharmashala (Himachal Pradesh), Aug.2 ( ANI ): Exiled Tibetans based in Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, have protested against the continued detention of Runggye Adak, by Chinese authorities in Tibet.