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SP Rayagada 24h
update for 18th Sep.2020. collected Rs.43,000/- fine from 62 defaulters and Rs.35,000/- from 72 defaulters. 2 Excise cases registered. IPS
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Association for Digital Asset Markets Sep 16
A big thank you to for partnering with ADAM and discussing Risks & Practices with our Members today.
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OCEG Sep 18
| Investor-Focused, Nimble and Vigorous Enforcement at the SEC, Chair Jay Clayton
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Alanna Devine Sep 12
Loved speaking at the about my concerns with the model of . Humane societies are forced into a model where they are doing work that should be done by government, and which limits their ability to do critical advocacy work.
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Neville Gaunt 💡💡💡 Sep 18
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SDM Bhanjanagar 12h
Today is Minor Mineral enforcement day of Bhanjanagar Sub-Division. Strict was being carried throughout all Tahasils of this Sub-Division for illegal transportation of Minor Mineral.
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Tatevik Hovhannisyan Sep 16
Group meeting: in zones 🏫 📌Me - speaking about the necessity of not just having laws, but the by 🔗 A task designated to civil society members is to work to make the laws enforced. This is called 😎
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Barker Brettell LLP Sep 17
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Alejandro Garcia Sep 11
Accountability has two basic dimensions: the obligation of politicians and officials to report their decisions and justify them in public, and the ability to sanction in cases where they have violated their public duties.
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Barry Hood CMILT Sep 18
Advice on avoiding Window Vision Obstruction – An Unacceptable Risk Windscreen obstruction has always been a key road safety and strategy for the . For advice on avoiding the risks of window vision obstruction please click on the link..
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Daniel M. Larrea Sep 16
Inclusion, Transparency, and Enforcement: How the EU-Mercosur Trade Agreement Fails the Sustainability Test (open access)
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Choate LLP Sep 18
In the inaugural episode of our Enforcement and Investigations Updates podcast series, Diana Lloyd and Rebecca Wilsker discuss and issues related to the enacted in the wake of the pandemic
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Nial Finegan Sep 18
Replying to @heidimur
So if I murdered someone last week there would be no enforcement because it’s a past event and I mightn’t do it again. Couple of good text books out in boxes in my garage on specific and general deterrence if anyone wants them
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Finn Lützow-Holm Myrstad Sep 11
Excellent thread by my colleague 👇🏽👇🏽
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Breathe Project Sep 16
Thank you for letting everyone know. Here is the incident on the . We need so cannot continue to pollute and pose risks to our residents.
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Competition Bureau Canada Sep 18
enforcers and enthusiasts! 🌎 Join us this fall for our first Digital Enforcement Summit. Participants will share best practices, and explore new tools and strategies for tackling emerging issues in the era.
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Masungi Georeserve Sep 11
See you all tomorrow as we talk about and ! 🚨 Hear from international experts, as well as from reactors and participants from the Philippine conservation community. 👇 Register via Zoom: ⚠️
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Wilson 3h
Replying to @TheMorrisonView
Sad that it has to take to get ppl to protect their own lives and the lives of those they love...🤷🏽‍♀️😳
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8}Anthony.B.V.{8 Sep 16
Replying to @FCC
- 9.16.2020 MANY events of interference and eavesdropping while on the phone with representatives. From this AREA. This is not / doing this. This seems to be a group of people in the area. DO NOT represent a public or private entity.
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Luca Belli Sep 16
This thread is well worth reading👇 It is clear that even in presence of strong frameworks (à la ) the reality is V far from the rule. is key but a systemic reexamination is needed. Current econ & geopol incentives are contrary to existing rules
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