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Justice Olatoregun, who expressed displeasure with the lateness, consequently revoked his bail.
The licenses of NASA principals Kalonzo Musyoka and Musalia Mudavadi have been revoked.
They were three times more likely to have their licence revoked than the average for England and Wales.
It's always deemed valid unless otherwise revoked by Congress,' Roque added.
The government, the said, had tightened the noose around non performing E and P companies and revoked 11 such permits recently.
In a statement to the media RNU, which would be seen as a dissident grouping, said neither Taylor or his solicitor "have been informed of why it was revoked and he was sent straight to Maghaberry".
In the vast majority of cases - 609 - the DVLA went ahead and revoked the drivers' licences.
The apex bank said that it has revoked the licenses of three more credit institutions in order to clean up the domestic banking sector.
MANAMA: The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has revoked Al Zubara International Trading's telecommunication licence.
Bahrain's Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has revoked Al Zubara International Trading's telecommunication licence.
Saudi Arabia revoked the citizenship of former Al Qaida leader Osama Bin Laden in 1994 following the assassination of the Saudi ambassador to Pakistan and his accusation of plotting it, the daily said.
TARBELA GHAZI -- A lawyer leader of Ghazi Bar Association Ghazi KhFurqan Faisal Advocate claimed that KPK Bar Council has revoked the Ghazi Bar election which were held on May 25, whereas his opponents termed that decision was illegal on the bases that the decision was taken by only two members of the Bar Council and said that decision regarding the fate of the election would be taken in the meeting of the council on June 7.