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Synonyms for derecognise

cause to be no longer approved or accepted

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"The Vidarbha Jan Andolan Samiti [VJAS], a farmers' organisation, welcomes this biggest ever action in the history of Maharashtra to derecognise 600 schools belonging to politicians and legislators on the basis of a state survey which will save more than Rs10 billion [Dh6.53 million] being paid as grants for mid-day meals and uniforms of more than a million bogus students."
The Royal Mail strongly denied senior managers had seen the confidential document, adding it had no plans to derecognise the union.
Summary: The Royal Mail has distanced itself from apparent plans to derecognise its main union as the company braces itself for a national strike.
The Royal Mail strongly denied that senior managers had seen the document and said it had no plans to derecognise the union.
"We are going to appeal to the Election Commission to derecognise both the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
He added 'If this continues for very much longer, and if payments are made to Jadhran at the expense of NOC's operational needs, which inarguably serve the country much better, NOC will be one of the first institutions to derecognise the Council.'
They will derecognise and underrate facts that do not suit their ideology.
They are in a dispute over new contracts of employment and plans to derecognise their union.
According to Unison's regional website, a decision to derecognise APAP was taken in December.
GMB branch secretary Steve McBride said: ``There are two main issues - the imposition of a 2pc pay award without the courtesy of negotiations and the company's attempt to derecognise the union.
The Akali Dal took its complaint to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and also submitted a memorandum to the President, urging him to derecognise the Congress over its anti- national activities.
The government needs to derecognise the school and instruct it accordingly against the diktat-ordering students to cover their faces and not use mobile phones.
THE controversial move by the Maharashtra government to derecognise madrasas has created furore as the Opposition and religious heads trained their guns at the Bharatiya Janata Party ( BJP).
"For the avoidance of any doubt Royal Mail has never had any strategy to derecognise the CWU and nor would we seek to do so."