cancelled


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(of events) no longer planned or scheduled

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The licences of 88 NGOs were cancelled in Tamil Nadu.
It is worth to mention here that CDA has given show-cause notices to the company before cancelling its contract whereas it was mentioned in the contract that if the project is not completed timely then it can be cancelled.
They believe the root cause behind the cancellations is A&E departments struggling to cope, which means the whole of the hospital system is affected, with operations having to be cancelled when more urgent cases need to be admitted.
Division Five: Bethesda 2nds (3) v Rhewl 2nds (3) Cancelled; Corwen (3) v Gwersyllt Park 2nds (3) Cancelled; Halkyn 2nds (3) v Castell Alun 2nds (3) Cancelled; Ruthin 2nds (3) v Chirk 2nds (3) Cancelled.
In total, the statistics show that across the 12 NHS foundation trusts in the region, 208 operations were cancelled in the period from November 4 to November 13 this year.
Cancellations are likely to continue, however, as major US carriers including United Airlines, Delta Airlines and American Airlines warned customers this week that flights out of most East Coast cities would be cancelled as late as Thursday.
British Airways also cancelled two flights yesterday from London Heathrow to Dubai -- BA0105 (20:35) and BA0109 (21:40), according to its website.
All flights to and from Adelaide are cancelled for the whole of the 21 June 2011; all flights to and from Canberra will be cancelled from midday; and all flights to and from Sydney will be cancelled from 15:00.
Last year, 8,652 tickets were cancelled, saving motorists pounds 215,300 - at the pounds 25 discounted ticket rate.
The Police: Raspy-voiced Sting cancelled some shows on the band's 2007 European tour due to a throat infection.
Sixty-eight patients had their operations cancelled more than once.
The figures were calculated from 124 NHS trusts across England and referred to operations cancelled for non-clinical reasons, including a shortage of beds, missing patient records, staffing issues and a lack of equipment.
A DISPUTE has broken out over hospital operations after figures from the Conservatives suggested thousands of NHS patients had had their surgery cancelled more than once.
The misery faced by tens of thousands of travellers heading home for Christmas through London airports was predicted to ease on Saturday after three days of chaos when hundreds of flights were cancelled due to thick fog.
The contracts automatically renewed on a month-to-month or annual basis, unless cancelled.