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This time there was no mistaking the matter; all the household knew that some great catastrophe was going to happen which was likely direly to affect Master George.
also approved a mega project of establishing direly needed fly over in city's congested Sublime Chowk.
It expressed hope that the project, when implemented would lay the foundation of a rescue and relief operation which was so direly needed for the metropolitan population in the face of emergencies that keep surfacing off and on.
Deputy spokesman of the MoD, Dawlat Waziri in a statement to media in capital city Kabul said, "The Afghan Air Force direly needs fighter jets and our demand for cargo aircraft and helicopter has been met to some extent.
Justice Farrukh Irfan Khan observed citizens direly needed good health facility, free education and clean drinking water instead of carpeted roads.
3% on coal, the industries using the black mineral will be direly affected.
Ihsanullah Mahjoor, president of the Paktia Press Club, appreciated the move but said that official cooperation was direly needed to promote access to information.
Amman, May 18 (Petra) aAC"aAC" Minister of Foreign and Expatriates Affairs Nasser Judeh said on Sunday that Jordan has been shouldering an enormous burden due to the influx of Syrian refugees and the Kingdom direly needs aid to pursue its vital humanitarian role towards the displaced Syrians.
Given the fact that Turkey's industries are making progress on a daily basis and rapidly, we direly need energy products, specially Iran's natural gas, and we should take joint win-win steps," he added.
Z-Bo can also give the Nets some toughness on the interior, an area the ballclub is direly lacking this season.
But the Japanese number one Nishikori has been performing pretty direly for much of the season, so it may pay not to overrate the quality of the form.
He then set out to share his experience with other young British Muslims he felt were direly in search of an identity after 9/11.