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QMS

abbreviation for
(Military) Quartermaster Sergeant
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Of these 17 chemicals, India's NDPS Act designates five as "Schedule A" substances subject to the most stringent controls: acetic anhydride, ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, n-acetylanthranilic acid, and anthranilic acid.
Under the agreement, Sun will leverage a version of Teja's industry leading software platform for multi-core applications for its NDPS suite.
Of the 17 chemicals, India's NDPS Act designates five as "Schedule A" substances (subject to the most stringent controls): acetic anhydride, ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, n-acetylanthranilic acid, and anthranilic acid.
Punjab Police arrested 10,538 people till July as against arrest of 16,821 in 2013 under NDPS Act.
Nooriya, who was accused by police in February 2010 of also testing positive for morphine and cannabis, was acquitted of the charges under the NDPS Act.
According to the police, a case has already been registered against the hotel under the NDPS act and now the people who have tested positive will also be booked under the same act; however, they may get bail after the arrest.
CBN is responsible for abuse prevention and law enforcement functions, including investigations of violations of the NDPS Act.
Subsequently, Fardeen joined a detoxification programme at the state-run KEM Hospital and later made an application before the court seeking immunity in the case, under section 64A of NDPS Act.
With the IP-602 print controller upgrade also comes a Visual PostScript(R) 3 Driver, featuring the most commonly utilized drivers right on the front page; driver-based mixplex and tab functionality; expanded hard drive access for virtually unlimited job storage; two-byte character support; IP-602 PCL 5e driver Microsoft(R) certification; and Konica's new Visual NDPS Print Driver support for Novell(R) NetWare.
Domestic manufacture, transport, sale, possession, and international trade in designated precursor chemicals are also controlled under the NDPS Act.
The two other accused in the case -- Nasir Karim Shaikh and Tony Hector Gomes -- were charged for a much more serious offence under section 21 (B) of the NDPS Act, punishable with imprisonment between one year and 10 years and a fine that may extend up to Rs100,000.