Means of communication (section 11) 20150706 Version: 2.0. 7. Commissioner and Buckinghamshire County Council  EWCA Civ 1086), the Council had provided information that Mr Innes had requested as a series of screenshots in PDF format.
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Letters are the most common means of communication. Other means are telegram, telephone, telex, fax, e-mail, radio, television, newspapers, etc. Every city and nearly all the villages of our country have post offices.
This article deals with the common means of communication like postal services, telegram, telefax and telephone. We can individually use these services as a means of communication. But if we have to communicate to the people at large in society then ...