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The court directed sub-divisional officer to re-examine the watercourses and ensure availability of water to the affected farmers or face legal consequences.
He informed the bench that once ECP allotted election symbol to contest election after examining its accounts then ECP could not re-examine audited accounts.
The authorities in the US could re-examine a deal with HSBC Holdings (LSE: HSBA) after the bank had to admit in the past few days that it had helped customers to dodge tax at its Swiss units.
The DVSA said: "We propose to re-examine the potential costs and benefits of developing an online driving theory test practice service in Welsh and will determine whether developing the service could be made viable."
"If both parties, or, in this case, multiple partners, have done their best to achieve the objectives and progress is very real, then there should be willingness to re-examine a deadline," added Ghani, who was elected last year.
And it will re-examine nearly 1,000 killings during the Troubles that were not reviewed by the HET.
Cardiff council needs to re-examine its policy as a matter of urgency and come up with new procedures that are credible.
THE head of the NHS is poised to re-examine the death of a 20-year-old cyclist after a blunder at scandal-hit Stafford Hospital.
OCUCO'S US subsidiary, Ocuco Inc has filed a request with the US Patent Office to re-examine a Carl Zeiss Vision patent, which claims the invention of back-surface Freeform progressive lenses.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Egypt will re-examine diplomatic ties with Syria that were severed last month under ousted president Mohammed Mursi, Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy said on Saturday.
A Unit investigator examined the body of the deceased, and ordered a medical examiner to re-examine it and report on the cause and time of death.
21 -- The Supreme Court quashed today a criminal proceeding against Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J.Jayalalithaa , initiated for filing four nomination papers in the 2001 Assembly polls, and asked the Madras High Court to re-examine its order to lodge the case against her.