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Around a month ago in mid-April 2019, water level in Kaha Sultan hill torrent had went up to 71,000 cusecs following downpour over Sulaiman Mountain Range that had affected dozens of villages and dislocated around 2,000 villagers besides causing loss to vast crop land and livestock.
If this work is successful, the social and economic impact of this initiative could be life-changing for the communities of Te Kaha, ?m?io and Raukokore.
An Abu Sayyaf terrorist and a soldier were killed while five other soldiers were wounded as another encounter between the ASG and Scout Rangers of Joint Task Force (JTF) Sulu transpired at Sitio Bud Kaha, Brgy.
With government approval, the New Zealand frigate HMNZS Te Kaha was reassigned, and joined the Nimitz carrier strike group on its deployment through the South China Sea from 30 June to 6 July 2017.
The Royal New Zealand Navy frigate HMNZS Te Kaha will be modernized in Seaspan's Victoria, BC shipyard.
On April 26, CDR was on hand to witness the formal handover of HMNZS Te Kaha (F77) to the care of Lockheed Martin Canada, who will now commence the upgrade and modernization of the ship's Combat System, which is part of the ANZAC Frigate Systems Upgrade project.
Tharoor made a direct attack on Modi by saying:"Jisne kaha ki na khaunga aur na khane dunga, who aaj pakode ki baat karne lage hain.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 14, 2017-Millar Inc divests life sciences telemetry product line to Kaha Sciences
M2 PHARMA-December 14, 2017-Millar Inc divests life sciences telemetry product line to Kaha Sciences
US-based medical device manufacturing company Millar, Inc is selling its life sciences telemetry product division to New Zealand-based Kaha Sciences, the company said.
The oldest strata of Kaha-Harand section is exposed in the core of Mari anticline, where gorge formed by cutting of Kaha river coming from Beakar and Phailawagh areas of Dera Bugti District and Nisau area of Kohlu District, and Vitakri and Rakhni areas of Barkhan District.
Expanding upon Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari's theories of "minor literature," Brioni argues that the writings of postcolonial Somali Italian writers Cristina Ubah Ali Farah, Garane Garane, Kaha Mohamed Aden, Shirin Ramzanali Fazel, Sirad Salad Hassan and Igiaba Scego offer representations of the "minor condition of subjects who are discriminated against" (7) and address the marginalization of Somali immigrants and their descendants in Italy.