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According to PESCO on Thursday, power supply will remain suspended from 132 KV Shahi Bagh Grid Station on 19 March from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM,resultantly consumers of 11 KV Sarbilandpura, Latif Abad, Charsada Road, Nishat, Dalazak, Faqir Abad, Lala, OPF, Wadpaga-1,2, Pakha Gulam and EidGah feeder will face inconvenience.
London, United Kingdom, April 09, 2016 --( According to daily data from STR, the hotel industry in Dublin, Ireland, reported the largest impact among the three markets to host a RBS 6 Nations final-round match on 19 March 2016.
Achilles Netherlands, a company set up by Apollo Management and CVC Capital, on Monday said it had extended until 19 March the acceptance period on its cash GBP888m (USD1.44bn/EUR1.03bn) takeover bid for UK insurer Brit Insurance (LON:BRE).
The AA rating, which matches the issuer's long-term corporate credit rating, applies to JPY19.6bn (USD211m/EUR168m), 0.57%, series 44 non-guaranteed bonds, due 19 June 2015 and JPY20.4bn, 1.40%, series 45 non-guaranteed bonds, due 19 March 2020.
19 March 2010 - Hungarian mobile phone operator Pannon GSM is due to rebrand to Telenor in May 2010, its parent company, Norwegian telecom group Telenor ASA (OSL: TEL) said Friday.
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On 19 March 2008, the European Parliament celebrated with great pomp its 50th anniversary, 19 March 1958 having marked the inaugural session of its ancestor, the European Parliamentary Assembly.
Heart Telecom, a sister company to Heart Internet and a UK provider of business telephony services, announced on 19 March the launch of a new high speed business broadband service which promises to offer download speeds of up to 24MB/s.