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JRGJoint Review Group (US DoD)
JRGJohann-Rist-Gymnasium (German school)
JRGJapan Radio Glass (est. 1943)
JRGJunta Revolucionaria de Gobierno (Revolutionary Governing Junta; El Salvador)
JRGJames River Grotto (National Speleological Society chapter; Lynchburg, VA)
JRGJim Roberts Group
JRGJapan Railways Group
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In light of these discussions, the Joint Review Group had sent a questionnaire to Pakistan that primarily revolved around eight proscribed organisations, according to the Finance Ministry officials.
District Commander for Calderdale, Martyn Greenwood said: "West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service is happy to support the proactive approach taken by the Calderdale Joint Review Group, and the Service is keen to engage with tenants, and landlords regarding fire safety and fire prevention."
"We are calling for a joint review group to be set up between the two councils, including representatives of their scrutiny functions and with external, possibly business, representation to ensure independence and rigour.
As director of its joint review group, he was responsible for 70 reviews of whether individual councils offered value for money in their social services departments.
During the two-hour meeting, which included Sports Minister Richard Caborn, Home Office Minister John Denham and the Association of Chief Police Officers, the 'joint review group' was set up.
The Joint Review Group meeting of FATF had been convened in Sydney from January 8 to 10 to take stock of progress achieved by Pakistan in four key areas: terrorism financing risk assessment report, customs department report on cash couriers, implementation of United Nations Security Council resolutions, and inter-agency coordination.
The Indian delegation tried to corner Pakistan on the issues of Jamat-ud-Dawa (JuD), Falah-i-Insaaniyat Foundation (FIF), Lashkar-e-Taiba, and Jaish-e-Mohammed during a Joint Review Group meeting of the FATF, according to sources who attended these meetings.
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