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cognizance

(kŏg′nĭ-zəns)
n.
Conscious knowledge or recognition; awareness.
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In his reaction, the Tribunal chairman said the tribunal, which is empowered by section 13 of the ESVARBON Act, would no longer wait for all matters to be reported to it.'Therefore, going forward, the tribunal is empowered to take up any matter over which it has cognizance.
It means the BI could not arrest nor deport sister Pat as the DOJ has already taken cognizance of our appeal,' Pahilga told INQUIRER.net in a text message.
The efforts resulted in numerous tag cognizance schemes, which are categorized into two tribes; one is a tribe of the schemes rooted in framed and slotted ALOHA [6-24] and the other is a tribe of the schemes rooted in m-ary tree scheme [25-33].
Kolkata, India, March 28, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Elkos pens is delighted to become a stationery partner of Cognizance 2018, the annual technical festival of IIT Roorkee.
ISLAMABAD:Hurriyat organisations and leaders, in Indian occupied Kashmir, have urged the international human rights organisations to take cognizance of plight of Kashmiris.
IANS Agartala The Press Council of India (PCI) has taken suo-moto cognizance on the killing of a journalist by a Tripura State Rifles (TSR) trooper and sought a report from the Tripura government, an official said here on Friday.
On the other side, the Ethics Committee of Rajya Sabha headed by Congress veteran Karan Singh on Monday took cognizance of the Mallya issue, who has allegedly defaulted on over Rs 9,000 crore of bank loans.
The court should not even have taken any cognizance of the complaint," Smriti's lawyer said.
India, March 23 -- With the backdrop of United Nation's observance of International Year of Light & Light based Technologies in 2015, the invigorating theme of Cognizance 2015 i.e.
Individual Placement Officers have cognizance over a set of billets under the authority of a specific Navy activity; they are focused on meeting the needs of a command.
"Court of Appeals, the judicial body which generally has the exclusive appellate jurisdiction over all final judgements, resolutions, orders or awards of quasi-judicial agencies, should take cognizance of cases from the HLURB in order to address the speedy resolution and disposition of HLURB cases," Batocabe said.
Summary: The note also takes cognizance of President Pranab Mukherjee's reluctance to sign the ordinance.