cognisable


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Synonyms for cognisable

capable of being known

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08 ( ANI ): Bhubaneswar Police on Wednesday said they cannot take action against Bollywood actor Raveena Tandon, as the complaint filed against her was not a cognisable offence.
The amended Act does include some praiseworthy provisions like making child labour a cognisable offence punishable by imprisonment for a term of not less than six months and up to two years, or by a fine of not less than Rs 20,000 and up to 50,000 or both.
The issuance of unauthorised SIM cards will be cognisable offence by the investigation agency on a written complaint by the Authority.
Alongside the FIR system, the PITB had also devised a computerised 'Front-desk' system to capture complaints of all citizens approaching a police station whether they are cognisable or non-cognisable.
Alongside FIR system, PITB had also devised a computerised 'Front-desk' system to capture complaints of all citizens approaching a police station whether they are cognisable or non-cognisable.
All of that requires we think of education as a cognisable, teachable, attainable and researchable field, using specific concepts (the last chapter is an application for knowing how the arts-education relationship is built from the Pedagogy).
to "prevent, investigate or prosecute a cognisable offence.
The central bank also said that accepting money under such structures was a cognisable offence under the Prize Chit and Money Circulation (Banning) Act of 1978.
Section 498A under IPC is a non-bailable offence, non-compoundable and cognisable offence," said Mahadeva.
Its engagement with and exploration of the open secret can, I will argue, assist a move from reading secrets as a distribution of the cognisable to seeing them in terms of a distribution of the sensible.
Prashant filed a Non Cognisable (NC) offence complaint against Veena at the Aarey police station on Saturday.
According to it all things validly knowable, that is validly cognisable, are either impermanent or permanent depending on whether or not they have the ability to produce an effect.
Section 156 allows the officer in-charge of a police station investigate a cognisable offence without the order of a magistrate.
It was not contended before me that armorial bearings were an incorporeal hereditament, and in any case it is clear that the right to bear arms is not a matter cognisable by the common law which seems to show that there is no property in arms in the legal sense, otherwise the courts of law would protect them.
We are looking if they were there for commission of a cognisable offense or for professional reasons.