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He said DICC delegation last month had a fruitful meeting with the ICC cricket development manager, Andy Hoob and briefed him on the organizational structure of the world deaf body and its efforts for the overall development of deaf cricket in different parts of the world.
He said DICC and PDCA are thankful to PCB for its support to deaf cricket and lending financial assistance for holding the Asia Cup.
DICC official said they will be up-dating the ICC on progress being achieved in the development of deaf cricket.
For example, none of the members of the DICC are overweight, as leaders say that gluttony is a sin.
This wasn't excessively generous - the DICC requires members to hand over at least ten per cent of their weekly income to the movement.
Cult investigator Mike Garde, who monitors such groups, said is keeping a close eye on the DICC.
He said: "The people that have rung me are devastated their kids have become involved in the DICC.
According to the AUA Clinical Practice Guidelines, the measurement of corporovenous occlusive status is generally done by performing DICC after vasoactive drug injection.
This has been found in previous studies to cause the smooth muscle relaxation necessary for DICC.
Numerous attempts -- telephone calls and a visit to the DICC offices -- by Gulf News to get a response from Dr Arezou Mehrabi, Director of DICC, in order to verify the students' complaint proved unsuccessful.
However, Mohammad Darwish, Chief of the Regulation and Compliance Commission at KHDA, did confirm that DICC does not have a permit to offer higher education degrees -- like the one the students signed up for.
DICC is not the only training institute to offer higher education programmes beyond their KHDA permits.