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cognizance

(kŏg′nĭ-zəns)
n.
Conscious knowledge or recognition; awareness.
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New Delhi [India], Mar 7 ( ANI ): Taking cognizance of media reports that claimed that 24 prisoners had tested positive for HIV in the Gorakhpur district jail in the last four months, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued notice to the Uttar Pradesh government seeking detailed reports on the matter within six weeks.
We expect the international community to take cognizance of the belligerent and repeated Indian statements against Pakistan, which are not only against international law but also threatens regional peace and security', he added.
Section 30 is devoid of negative language and clearly confers additional powers upon a court to take cognizance of the offences of the aforementioned nature,' it said.
Illegally detained Hurriyat leader and the JKSM Chairman, Zafar Akbar Butt addressing a meeting in Srinagar urged the international community to take cognizance of worsening situations in Kashmir and impress India to honor human rightist charter formulated by the UN.
The bureau also took cognizance of corruption and corrupt practices by Habit Ullah, Ex-Patwari.
Bautista, in a statement issued on Friday, said the offer of cognizance would hopefully help in averting situations that would cause further irritants in the negotiations.
Dr Asim in cognizance with other accused created artificial dearth of Gas and provided incorrect information to Council of Common Interest (CCI), which resulted in the price hike of fertilizers, taking the prices from Rs850 per bag to Rs1830 per bag due to which the government had to grant subsidiary on the prices, the NAB charge sheet against Dr Asim Hussain and others said.
Commission also takes suo-moto cognizance of cases of any violence against the minorities including visits to affected areas.
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.
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.
It comes from two workplace experts who analyze race relations in office settings and considers how color blindness and cognizance have different effects on how coworkers interrelate and act.