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ISLAMABAD, March 26, 2012 (Frontier Star): Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front-R has urged the United Nations to take cognisance of gross human rights violations being perpetrated by Indian troops in the territory.
By ISLAMABAD, August 25, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Veteran Kashmiri Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani has appealed to the United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon, to take cognisance of the discovery of unidentified graves in occupied Kashmir and arrange an enquiry in the matter by the War Crime Tribunal of the World body.
Obviously, the Ulster Council will have the final say on the matter, but we would be hopeful that they will take cognisance of the decision of our County Board," said Tyrone chairman Pat Darcy.
These people are not motocross enthusiasts, they are not members of motorbike clubs, do not possess, or desire to possess any of the necessary safety equipment essential for motocross (ie helmets) and take no cognisance of the safety of the general public or of commonsense road safety precautions.
Regarding Prashant Bhushan's allegations relating to the visitors' diary, Singh said, the Supreme Court did not take cognisance and declined to pass any order.
at said, cognisance must be taken that Britain and the US are booming, with the EU recovery fading.
Taking a suo motu cognisance of media reports that seven families across Maharashtra and Jharkhand lost their members, who killed themselves owing to delayed payments under the MGNREGA scheme, the NHRC took the step.
Taking cognisance of the Opposition's protests, chief minister Prithviraj Chavan yesterday assured the State Legislative Council that the statue would be constructed in the sea.
The APHC-AJK in a meeting in Islamabad on Monday, chaired by the Convener, Mehmood Ahmed Saghar strongly denounced the continued illegal detention of Hurriyet leaders and activists in the occupied territory and appealed to the international community to take cognisance of the issue, Kashmir Media Service reported.
The spokesman appealed to the world human rights organisations to take cognisance of gross rights abuses perpetrated by troopers in the Kashmir Valley.
I trust that those charged with setting up the museum will take cognisance of all of Cardiff's history and not just the recent past.
The Union health ministry has now taken cognisance of the report and promised action.
As an amalgamated entity, QQI is undertaking a significant body of work to ensure that its policy development is appropriate to its functions under the 2012 Act; that it takes appropriate cognisance of inherited policy and its implementation; and that there is consistency between the elements of its comprehensive and inter-connected policy suite.
However, all sides must take cognisance that Peter Clarke's appointment does not make him judge and jury into claims of an alleged schools takeover plot by hard-line Islamists.
The NCW had taken a suo motu cognisance of the case in which Justice Ganguly was accused of sexually harassing a law intern and had sent a notice to him in December 6 to explain his position.