Reinstate


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Reinstate

To restore to a previous condition or position.
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He demanded of the Health Minister, Secretary Health and other officials concerned of the Punjab government to take notice of the situation and reinstate services of sacked employees.
The Union is protesting attempts to reinstate the suspended Director General of SEC, Mounir Gwarzo.
The circumstances under which the two were reinstated are yet to be established, but sources at City Hall intimated that Sonko ran out of options and decided to reinstate the officers after the MCAs rejected Sonia Birdi who he had nominated as Environment executive.
Quezon mayor cleared of disobedience raps !-- -- Elizabeth Marcelo (The Philippine Star) - March 31, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines Mayor Joselito Alega of San Francisco town in Quezon has been cleared of a criminal complaint for allegedly failing to immediately reinstate a municipal employee as ordered by the Civil Service Commission (CSC).
The three-month industrial dispute involving WandD Cambodia Co Ltd appeared to be over on Wednesday after the company agreed to reinstate more than 1,000 sacked workers.
He held an evidentiary hearing in August and recommended in November that the justices reinstate Malloy with certain conditions, including those proposed by the OLR.
Cabinet has approved a proposal to reinstate Charles to the post.
Malaysia Airlines has announced it will reinstate service between Kuala Lumpur and Kochi beginning in March 2019, the company said.
He last attempted to reinstate his license in 2014.
Earlier on Sunday, Pakistan Ulema Council Chairperson Maulana Tahir Ashrafi was quoted by Geo News as saying that he had asked Palestine to reinstate Ali.
The PHC had ordered to reinstate all 300 sacked PTC teachers before Dec 19 while the department had assured the court to implement the orders.
Because the three-judge panel acted incorrectly in ruling after taking into account information not provided in the first trial, the federal appeals court has decided to reinstate the first ruling and also added that Apple should also pay Samsung $158,400 in damages because the Cupertino giant infringed a video and gallery patent of the South Korea tech company, (https://www.engadget.com/2016/10/07/apple-120m-patent-victory-over-samsung-reinstated-appeal/) Engadget has learned.