cognisable


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Adj.1.cognisable - capable of being known
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secondly: It is well known in the Sperm Whale Fishery, however ignorant the world ashore may be of it, that there have been several memorable historical instances where a particular whale in the ocean has been at distant times and places popularly cognisable.
We also have a domestic statute, which mirrors the crimes cognisable by the International Criminal Court," he added.
Moreover, attempts to commit suicide is a cognisable crime in the country, however, factually, someone suffering from mental health problems needs redressal and not charges against them for committing a crime.
08 (ANI): Bhubaneswar Police on Wednesday said they cannot take action against Bollywood actor Raveena Tandon, as the complaint filed against her was not a cognisable offence.
Such statements disclose the commission of a cognisable offence for which lodging of a FIR is mandatory, a procedure consistent with the law as laid down by the Supreme Court.
A division bench was hearing a petition filed way back in 2012, seeking court directives to the Sindh police for considering the missing children cases a cognisable offence and registering FIRs in this regard.
A division bench was hearing a petition filed more than half a decade ago, way back in 2012, seeking court directives to the Sindh police for considering the missing children cases a cognisable offence and registering FIRs in this regard.
The zeal is cognisable because developing industries demand new markets; technological innovations facilitate international cooperation; better transportation and logistics increase trade efficiency; and growing energy demands require international cooperation.
We conceptualise the expression of ideas as the cognisable stages of the act of writing that transform thought into words.
A human right primarily relates to a cognisable state of being; it is a standard of wellbeing that develops into a claim upon infringement.
Facts disclose ex- facie commission of cognisable offenses and in the considered view of the court, field investigation by police is required in this case," the court observed.
However, failing to remit the employees' contribution to the EPFO is a cognisable offence and as many as 5,885 companies - down from 6,512 in 2013/14 - were found guilty under Section 406/409 of the IPC.