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To begin to apply, operate, take effect, or be enforced. Several policies, aimed at helping struggling citizens get by, come into operation next month. The new law will come into operation on the first of January.
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start working; start having an effect: The new rules come into operation from next week.
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Pursuant to the statutory regulatory regime for insurance intermediaries under the Insurance Ordinance (IO) and the approval of the Chief Executive in Council, the Insurance Authority (IA) today (19 July 2019) announced to delegate its inspection and investigation powers to the Monetary Authority (MA), taking effect on 23 September 2019 when the statutory regime comes into operation.
Furthermore, additions will be made in the agreement after the Biratnagar-Jogbani, Sunauli-Nautanawa and Kurtha-Inarwa railway service comes into operation. Joint Secretary at the Ministry Nawaraj Dhakal led the Nepali side in the meeting while the Indian side was led by Executive Director of the Railways Ministry of India Manoj Kumar Srivastav.
Kacific's has reported that its services will be upgraded to improved speeds in December 2019 when its new high throughput satellite (HTS), Kacific1, comes into operation.
There's a real chance here to make something of the Big Town Plan and we have started making investments to make sure it comes into operation."
This route comes into operation on December 29 and will continue until March 10, 2019.
But they are only a stop-gap until the first of the shipping line's giant Lancer class ships comes into operation later this year.
MPs must have known that a Bill only comes into operation after the President has assented to it and then gazetted.
Eyal Ballan, CTO, said, 'We are honoured to have Dr Giloz-Ran join our Board of Advisors, her exceptional record in international business management suits us well as our state-of-the-art laboratory comes into operation and we are being approached by potential medical partners to explore joint ventures.'
The one other talking point was the new course lay-out of out of bounds, which now comes into operation on the first and 18th holes, with also the ninth hole having another out of bounds area, which is making the course safer after a major change to the tee shots.
'In exercise of powers conferred by subsection 1(2) of the Anti-Fake News Act 2018, the minister appoints April 11, 2018 as the date on which the Act comes into operation,' the statement read.
'It assumes that if and when this comes into operation, the PNP would be localized and the PC would be national in scope,' he said.
The operator also referred to operations for installation of Platform A19 and said it has the capacity to refine one billion cubic feet of gas and as platform B19 comes into operation it will also yield such an amount of gas.
Around 16,000 homes will receive their energy needs from this initiative when it comes into operation in 2017, it said.
million the maximum amount that anyone can put into a pension fund and he also announced that PS25,000 per annum is the maximum amount that can be taken out of such a fund before the conscatory rate of 55 per cent income tax comes into operation.
City Council Notices NOTICE OF MAKING CITY OF COVENTRY (GOSFORD STREET) (BUS GATE) ORDER 2014 Coventry City Council, under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended), has made the above Order ("the Order"), which comes into operation on 2nd January 2015.