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A single bench of IHC comprising Justice Noor ul Haq N Q ureshi had ordered for reinstatement of Chaudhry Rashid Ahmad as chairman PEMRA on May, 22.
They informed that services of mobilizers were handed over to province by federal government after 18th Constitutional Amendment and their reinstatement would not burden financial position of the province.
This sent the case back to the ALJ, and the temporary reinstatement for miner Ratliff remained in effect.
While Patel's case has once again emphasised the importance of reinstatement tests, the World Anti- Doping Agency ( WADA), in its new code effective from January 2015, has surprisingly removed the requirement.
A reinstatement cost assessment is generally undertaken by a qualified surveyor and aims to ensure that the correct information is obtained regarding the rebuild value of the property.
Reinstatement has also been demonstrated in human populations with special needs (Spradlin et al.
Endurance Specialty Holdings puts its Sandy-related losses at $160 million, pretax and net of reinsurance and reinstatement premiums.
com/article/U-of-Virginia-Board-Votes-to/132603/) Sullivan's reinstatement less than three weeks later .
Expressing displeasure with the Air India management for not fulfilling its assurance to consider the issue of reinstatement sympathetically in a time bound manner, Justice Reva Khetrapal said, "I am upset and I am also getting anguished.
The reinstatement of dismissed workers and/or students come in compliance with BICI's recommendations and Unesco's rules and regulations.
The reinstatement of dismissed workers and/or students come in compliance with BICI's 1723, 1723A, B and C recommendations and Unesco's rules and regulations.
It is expected that the agreement reached will be the basis for further national action on any remaining reinstatement points.