relook

relook

(riːˈlʊk)
vb (intr)
to look again
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The bank's expenses remain in line with expectations with the cost income ratio showing a 10 percent reduction from last year, as ibq continues to relook and reshape its cost structure where appropriate while keeping pace with technology, complying to the highest security standards and safeguarding client's data and assets," the statement said.
One of the recommendations was to set-up a county-wide group to share intelligence and another was to ask the government to relook at the powers.
The government also ruled out having a relook at the present reservation system.
Further during the media interaction, when Kher was asked to comment on the 48 cuts on Nawazuddin Siddiqui's 'Babumoshai Bandookbaaz' by Pahlaj Nihalani-led CBFC, he said, censor board needs to relook at themselves.
We're unapologetic about that, and it contributes not only to our security, but to the hopeful relook in a comprehensive, strategic way at our immigration policy, not just our counterterrorism policy," he remarked.
The case for supporting growth is getting stronger and we hope that the RBI will take a relook at its monetary policy stanc," said Ficci president Pankaj Patel.
So the most important aspect at this stage is to take a relook and see where UAE football stands, and this is far more important than finding a new coach," he added.
Modi had decided to have a relook at MFN status in the wake of the terror attack on an Army base in Uri, but it has been rescheduled," sources said.
He (Dyas) went to see a specialist and he has to relook at things to see if he can come back next year," confirmed McGeeney.
Some members also proposed that there should be a mechanism to protect rights and relook into economic conditions to reflect the cost of living and needs of families of retired people as well as improvement of economic conditions of citizens after retirement.
Seven patients required a relook laparotomy after their initial procedure, the most common indication being abdominal compartment syndrome (ACS) (n=3).
In his new role at Amwaj Rotana, Reymders will oversee operational aspects of the gymnasium and recreational facilities, and spearhead campaigns to drive growth of the membership, engagement of hotel guests and relook the current recreational offering.