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isl.

or Isl.,

1. island.
2. isle.
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He has seven clean sheets in the 18 matches he has played in the ISL season.
The proposal is to invest in annealing and skin pass facilities to increase capacity by 100,000 tonnes per annum, at ISL factory at the current location.
Further, analysts opined that ISL will sustain its margins during 2nd half 2017-18, given expected price increases to pass on the impact of currency devaluation.
On the sector front; banks added 164 points, Ferts 93 points, OMCs 67 points, Cement 58 points, Engineering surged 38 points with all four stocks ISL, INIL, ASTL and CSAP hitting their upper limit; whereas Food shed 14 points.
The workshop was structured around presentations on ISL national status, and general discussions.
Reports have also emerged on Wednesday that ISL is granted an official recognition by the AFC, handing a major boost to the cashrich league that has been long vying for a slot in the continental tournaments.
As the third most attended football tournament in the world, and the largest in Asia, we believe our partnership with ISL will helpbring Indian audiences closer to the game and nurture emerging young talent to compete at a global platform.
Carlos, who was in Dubai for the futsal final of the Nad Al Sheba (NAS) Ramadan Sports Tournament that concluded late on Tuesday, indicated that not everything was well with his brief one-year association with the ISL in India.
the critical work of interrogating and imagining ISL differently could not take place" (2) (p.
The letter, apparently written by Havelange, talks about the payments he received from ISL.
Due to outstanding collaboration efforts, ISL Online earned its place in the 1,750 square metre large exhibition area, designed by renowned architects each year.
But it soon became clear the new equipment was not fit for purpose while the Cheshire based supplier Enviromise held the contract with collapsed, leaving ISL with significant liabilities.