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The civil secretariat's bosses had started solarisation of the outsourced health facilities instead of the AHQ hospitals that cater to bulk of patients in the respective areas.
Back in Australia again in late 1974 he was Chief Instructor at the School of Military Survey for almost two years, then became AHQ Deputy Director of Survey for 18 months until early 1978.
The cohesiveness with the MOD has to translate into delivery of modern weapons systems on ground; the MOD and AHQ need to remain on the same page with regard to the career and professional interests of the rank and file to mitigate problems of stress.
Many thanks to the AHQ as well as the other brass and percussion artists who contributed so much to make it a successful event
Shaukatullah Khan, two new schemes has been proposed including construction of three numbers of wards for male and female and allied facilities at AHQ hospital Khar at a cost of Rs.
Thus, when I saw his new arrangements of music from Porgy and Bess for the AHQ, I couldn't wait to hear them and try them.
Fourteen hundreds mosquito nets have so far distributed among pregnant women and five years old children in Landikotal AHQ hospital, Dr Bilal said.
The AHQ now has new management: Petra Ropenack-Schafer at kuenstlermanagement@ gmx.
The AHQ was also a featured artist at the IHS Symposium in Brisbane, where performances included a world premier of Kerry Turner's new Waltzing Matilda based on the Australian folksong, a shared recital with Frank Lloyd, and the 1849 version of the Schumann Konzertstuck with the Queensland Symphony.
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