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AGHAAustralian Grain Harvesters Association (est. 1973)
AGHAAustralian Gift and Homewares Association (also seen as GHA; Homebush, New South Wales, Australia)
AGHAAcquired Generalized Hypohidrosis/anhidrosis
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LCWU and Agha Khan University and in the second semi-final, Kinnaird College will take on the Punjab University.
Agha, who is also Executive Director of Agha Steel Industries, said the first phase of Agha Steel's project was expected to come on line in 2018, which would directly save the government at least $180 million per annum in import substitution and generate additional taxes for the government.
In reply to a question about reports of former provincial minister Agha TaimAoor Khan Pathan's defection, he said the party was yet to confirm or deny such reports but it was every citizen's democratic right to work for a party of his choice.
Agha say Agha Nasir tak walks its readers and treat them in every chapter and every leaf they turn.
President Mamnoon stated that Agha Khan Foundation is rendering commendable services in the fields of education, health and for rural development in various parts of the country.
Stating Prof Naela Quadri Baloch's demand to be relevant, Agha told ANI, "I think there is a reality in the statement of Prof Baloch.
International left arm spinner Mohammad Asghar and southpaw pacer Mir Hamza caused the main damage in Agha Estate batting by claiming two wickets apiece in a tight spell of bowling.
Licencing and finding the right location for the business were the least of his concerns; Agha said that the biggest challenge was choosing the right personnel.
He said the staff in the studio noticed that Agha took a longer time to change clothes for class.
Hussain Agha attended Bentley University, which is ranked amongst the top 15 Business Schools in North America.
Shir Agha comforted his wife, but he himself could not stand the worry and returned home.
Agha said the reported incidence neared 15% in one study.