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The ATAN rushed over to me and asked what had happened.
'The bank will not close the door if the strategic fit comes into the picture,' RHB Group managing director Tajuddin Atan reportedly said.
The jubilant enthusiasts also did Atan (Pashtoo folk dance) on the beat of drum.
Henrik Pedersen opened the scoring for Bolton after just 23 seconds but Charltonresponded when Jon atan Johansson headed home.
NEAL WILKINS, the Press Association's chief starting price reporter,is expected to learn his fate by the end of the week after appearing atan internal disciplinary hearing in London yesterday, writes Graham Green.
He also announced the appointment of Larkin state assemblyman Mohd Izhar Ahmad as state party treasurer, Pulai division chief Ya'cob Atan as information chief, Sekijang division chief Uzzair Ismail as media director and the reappointment of Iskandar Puteri Senator division chief Ir Nasir Hashim as State deputy chairman.
He said this on Monday at the flag-off of his gubernatorial campaign at Atan, in Ijebu North-East Local Government Area of the state, while addressing party supporters, that is administration would implement all programmes as contained in the policy documents of his party.
In capital Sanaa, the aggression fighter jets carried out two strikes on a civilian's house in Atan area, another airstrike also were waged on Atan mountain.
Ancan said Melchor Atan alias 'Blanko' and Ronie Atan alias 'Kulas,' both of the NPA's Guerrilla Front 53, turned over their firearms, which included a 9-mm sub-machine gun 'UZI,' a rifle grenade and an AK- 47 rifle.