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O/SOperating System
O/SOutside
O/SOne Size
O/Son sale
O/SOffset
O/SOverseas
O/SOutstanding (unpaid insurance claim)
O/SOut of State
O/SOversize (Canada Post)
O/SOn Scene
O/SOutstanding Shares (stock market)
O/SOperational/Support
O/SOutstation
O/SOcean Surveillance
O/SOutlaw Shark
O/SOrganisation/Schmelt (Germany/Poland)
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He insisted that housing schemes should be developed on available land of the foundation for overseas Pakistanis and foreign remittence received through State Bank should be accepted only in this regard.
The High Court Judgment is a timely reminder that overseas people must get consent under the Overseas Investment Act if they want to buy sensitive land in New Zealand.
Different complaints of overseas Pakistanis also came under discussion during the meeting.
Shaheen Khalid Butt and Afzaal Bhatti while addressing the participants of the ceremony informed that Overseas Pakistanis had booked their houses in this housing society some 10 years ago but despite full payment, houses were not being handed over to them.
We have raised voice from our forum for nine million overseas Pakistanis,' he said, mentioning that a large number of women with children were languishing in jails of Saudi Arabia for lacking funds to pay the fine.
He said that he personally visited 23 countries and held meetings with overseas Pakistanis, addressed their issues on the spot and informed them about the upcoming welfare projects launched for them in Pakistan.
So far, the Comelec has recorded 1,376,067 overseas absentee voters in the May 2016 national and local elections.
The head of the Comelec-Office for Overseas Voting (OFOV) said additional applications for registration are being readied for the next round of RERB hearings.
In the second and third sections (the fields, regions and countries), the research group first carries out a detailed analysis of the important roles played by overseas Chinese in China's soft power buildup in terms of the following considerations: overseas Chinese and public diplomacy of China; Chinese media and the construction of China's national image; the culture of overseas Chinese and cultural soft power of China; and domestic educational institutions for overseas Chinese and China's cultural soft power.
He said that overseas police stations will be set up in those cities on priority basis of which a large number of people are living abroad.
5 million UK nationals living overseas, but there are fewer than 20,000 currently on the electoral registers.
The conference spread over two days will have four sessions broadly on policy issues governing emigration for overseas employment, skill development for better employment opportunities overseas, improving the relations between the overseas employer and the worker and promotion of overseas employment for migrant workers.