;. *"Operation Ganesh out, place hijack plan in". Education Biratnagar is the centre of education in the eastern Development Region of Nepal. People in Biratnagar are more inclined to education followed by business, industry and politics although Biratnagar was politically very active in the past. The teaching medium of education is English in all the private schools, colleges and universities whereas
at the featured article criteria (Wikipedia:What_is_a_featured_article) and check some things. First, there is no reference section at all and FA criteria requires inline citations. I'd also move the graphic at the bottom to a better position. The stub tag is still on the article and shouldn't be. Business, Industry, and Transport seems subsectioned to death -- might want to strike some of those. Also, some of the lists should be turned into prose, particularly the one under bus. It's a very nice
to maintain local studios; it is owned and operated by the Hay River Community Service Society. Other radio stations in Hay River are repeaters of stations based in Yellowknife: CBDJ-FM (CFYK (AM)) (93.7), broadcasting CBC Radio One from CFYK; CJCD-FM-1 (100.1), rebroadcasting CJCD-FM; and CHRR-FM (CKLB-FM) (101.9) a community radio station aimed at First Nations people, rebroadcasting CKLB-FM. business industry-profile Hay
. This rule is intended to protect the investments of Canadian broadcasters in exclusive domestic broadcast rights (as the U.S. networks technically only purchase American rights to the game).
, bought what was formerly the Lang Tannery for $10 million. Supported by the local government, Cadan repurposed the building as a space for commercial firms. Since its refurbishment, the Tannery has become a hub for digital media companies, both large and small.
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and FA criteria requires inline citations. I'd also move the graphic at the bottom to a better position. The stub tag is still on the article and shouldn't be. Business, Industry, and Transport seems subsectioned to death -- might want to strike some of those. Also, some of the lists should be turned into prose, particularly the one under bus. It's a very nice start, but I think it has quite a bit to go before being ready for FA. It also needs a Wikipedia:Peer_review peer review
and the Royal Company of the Philippines. The former, introduced by Governor-General (Governor-General of the Philippines) Jose Basco (José Basco y Vargas, 1st Count of the Conquest of Batanes Islands) in 1780, was composed of leading men in business, industry and profession, the society was tasked to explore and exploit the natural resources of the archipelago. It offered local and foreign scholarships, besides training grants in agriculture and established an academy of design
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