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reservation

1. an area of land set aside, esp (in the US) for American Indian peoples
2. Brit the strip of land between the two carriageways of a dual carriageway
3. Law a right or interest retained by the grantor in property granted, conveyed, leased, etc., to another
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Bhagwat ji has shared his opinion about reservation. Why we are opposing?
Railways sources said that quota of different railways stations from Multan to Rohri was not fed in Railways central IT system and described it as the reason behind unavailability of computerized reservation.
The railway staff would perform duty in three shifts at the reservation office Multan Cantt.
Once an area is declared a mineral reservation, jurisdiction over it shall be transferred to the Philippine Mining Development Corp.
Only three dates are open for reservations at the Rend Lake College Culinary Arts Showcase this year after a wave of interest.
Infinti, a subsidiary of Nissan Motor Company (NASDAQ: NSANY), has launched a new reservation program for the all-new 2019 QX50.
Reservation of their number and fixing a quota of seats for them in educational institutions and government service acts as a stimulant for them to strive hard in order to compete openly with the developed community on merit.
The BJP was left embarrassed after Goel public announced his happiness over the AAP government's move for reservation in DU.
Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao moved the Backward Classes, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Reservation Bill 2017, seeking the support of the opposition for a constructive move.
But in the course of time, the bane of reservation policy started showing up.
This lack of set guidelines for drafting reservation of rights letters means that no matter how much experience a person has doing so, it's still easy to get something wrong.
Self-reported reservation wages decline at a modest rate over the unemployment spell, with point estimates ranging from 0.05 to 0.14 percent per week of unemployment.