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NIRANational Institute for Research Advancement (Japan)
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NIRANational Insurance Recruiters Association
NIRANational Industrial Recovery Act of 1933
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NIRANorth American Industrial Representatives Association
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NIRANational Intelligence Reform Act of 2004
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Nira Caledonia is located on the cobbled streets of New Town, this romantic boutique property combines the luxury of a top five star hotel with the intimacy and peace of a cosy townhouse.
The crash, the police said, could have happened on the bridge over the Nira River that separates Pune from Satara district.
Today the Supreme Court has directed the CBI and the team, which was investigating the 2-G case, to also investigate about 14 cases of prima facie corruption and criminal offenses, which are appearing from the conversation which Nira Radia had with various people," advocate Prashant Bhushan told media here today.
The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), better known as the Wagner Act, was passed shortly 'after the Schechter ruling as a means of keeping one of the key labor provisions of the NIRA in place the legal fight of labor to bargain collectively.
Highland and NIRA have assembled a team of experts for the customization of ECUs tailored specifically to U.
Documents available with The Pioneer show that Central Bureau of Investigation DIG Vineet Agarwal had on November 16, 2009, sought call detail records of Nira Radia from Director General of Income Tax (Investigation) Milap Jain.
As a coherent public position, the high-water marks for corporatist policies were the adoption of the NIRA in June 1933 and the measures taken to guide the economy during World War II and the Korean War.