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What does SQA stand for?

SQA stands for Status Quo Ante (Latin: The Way Things Were Before)

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The English component ( of 100 marks) from the essay paper will be dropped and the status quo ante of two qualifying papers of 300 marks each in any modern Indian language and in English -- shall be restored," minister of state for personnel V.
In its application, Pakistan had sought: a) A stop work Order; b) An Order that any steps India has taken or may take in respect of the KHEP (Kishanganga Hydro Electric Project) are taken at its own risk without prejudice to the possibility that the Court may order that the works may not be continued, be modified or dismantled; c) That India be Ordered to inform the Court and Pakistan of any imminent and actual developments on the Kishanganga Dam that may adversely affect the restoring of the status quo ante or that may jeopardize Pakistans rights and interests under the Treaty; d) Any further relief the Court considered necessary.
He added "the solutions are either; satisfaction, compensations, or return to the status quo ante," criticizing, at the same time, having the Minister of Transportation on a news conference to explain the issue without the presence of the Foreign Minister in this conference or another conference.
I told both the king and the crown prince that across the region I did not believe there could be a return to the status quo ante," he told reporters after the talks.
But that restored the status quo ante, which is actually what the Rafsanjani faction most wanted.