Metropolitan Magistrate Jay Thareja said" " The cognisance
of offence under Section 499 ( defamation) read with 34 ( common intention) of the IPC is taken...
Begusarai district returning officer-cum-district magistrate Rahul Kumar said the case was registered under relevant section of the Representation of People's Act and the Indian Penal Code after taking suo Motu cognisance
of his remarks.
'The general public and Imo people are urged to take cognisance
of the period the restriction would last and act accordingly, bearing in mind the importance the government attaches to the local government election.
The spokesman outrightly rejected India's allegations of Pakistan being responsible for a terror attack in Indian occupied Kashmir and went on to state that unfounded allegations prior to any investigation and evidence are highly regrettable and the international community should take cognisance
of this approach.
"brThe FO also declared that Pakistan was fully committed and capable of defending itself against any act of aggression."We expect the international community to take cognisance
of the belligerent and repeated Indian statements against Pakistan, which are not only against international law but also threatens regional peace and security," the FO spokesperson noted.
He said the law that is applied on matters election must take cognisance
of the electoral law adding that the same must be applied with wisdom principled by deliberations.
Police immediately took cognisance
of the July 21 incident and lodged a strong protest with the Army.
After taking cognisance
of that, we informed AMU administration asking them to enquire.
The Mirror revealed yesterday that the Lords used an obscure rule called "exclusive cognisance
", dating to the 1600s, which forced the prosecution to offer no evidence - prompting cries of a Westminster whitewash.
The Ministry of External Affairs ( MEA) ignored the document, stating that it " takes no cognisance
of this report".
The Deputy Speaker showed his dismay on answers of 'Revenue and Colonies' (Board of Revenue Department) submitted in the house and asked the Parliamentary Secretary to take cognisance
of the matter and report to the house within 15 days.