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So does the fact that the famous clause, "Pope Paul VI has taken cognisance of the document with satisfaction" is eminently understandable as a way of saying, "Thank you for writing", whether one agrees with what is written or not.
Though Corbusier's South American adventure produced the brise-soleil, which in one way or another has been re-interpreted over the decades, his Algiers experiments seem to take very little cognisance of the arid climate -- and his fascination with motorways has now been horridly realised in cities like Cairo, which is being strangled, Laocoon-like by a mess of ill-thought-out concrete traffic arteries.
TDM takes cognisance of the important role it has to fulfil in the socio-economic development of Mozambique.
8 (ANI): The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has taken suo motu cognisance of the incident where a pregnant woman was killed after a traffic police allegedly kicked the two-wheeler on which she was traveling with her husband in Tamil Nadu.
A particular segment in the Indian media runs with their clear intention to malign Pakistan and whips up a public frenzy, we hope the world community would take due cognisance of India's smear campaign against Pakistan and the deliberate creation of war hysteria,' he added.
We urge the international community to take cognisance of the gross and systematic violations of human rights taking place in IoK and use its influence with India to bring an end to the shameful culture of impunity that has been fostered there for several decades.
Additional Sessions Judge Kiran Bansal likely to take cognisance of the supplementary charge sheet on December 21.
Abdul Hameed, who lives near the school, said contrary to the orders of the government, the institution remains partially open and neither the Education Department nor the district administration has taken cognisance of the incident.
However, the layouts developed are taking cognisance of the possibility of future commodities that could also be located at the new port, e.
According to a senior official, the EDO (Education) and Deputy DEO visited various schools during Eid holidays and took cognisance of the absent teachers and it has been decided to take departmental action against the absent teachers, who did not turn up for duty despite being told to ensure their attendance.
THE National Human Rights Commission ( NHRC) has taken suo motu cognisance of attacks on churches in the last two months in Delhi and issued a notice to the chief secretary of government of NCT of Delhi.
THOSE who are campaigning to save police station front desks from closure should take cognisance that we are all living in a changing society.
Cohn said that policy makers do not seem to have taken the problems into cognisance, and do not seem to have a plan to revive the economy in the bloc's southern regions.
As managers we try to be as balanced as we possibly can but, ultimately, when fixtures are being made, people need to take cognisance of what guys are expected to do.
Imtiaz Ali Khuhro, chairman Employees Welfare Action Committee of National Development Finance Corporation (NDFC) appealed to the Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry to take cognisance of worst ever plunder of national exchequer to the tune of Rs120 billions in the name of merging NDFC in the National Bank of Pakistan (NBP).