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  • Dundas, Lawrence John Lumley (The Bengal Secretariat Press, Calcutta, 1922-03-23)
    Arrival Of Lord Ronaldshay— His Excellency the Right Hon’ble Lawrence John Lumley Dundas, Earl of Ronaldshay, g.c.i .e., took his seat / as Governor of Bengal and President in Council on the 26th March 1917 and vacated ...
  • Trench, W. L. C.; the Secretary to Government, Public Works Department (The Public Works Department, Bombay., 1936-03-31)
    The Province of Sind is situated beyond the influence of the south west and the north-east monsoons, and in consequence its rainfall is normally scanty and unreliable. Unlike the greater part of India, therefore, the ...
  • Ahmed, Khandaker Hasib Uddin (The Administrative Appellate Tribunal, 1986-11-01)
    Since the establishment of the Administrative Appellate Tribunal in November 1983, the Members of the legal profession have often looked for precedent cases decided by the tribunal and have felt a keen need for precedents ...
  • Mostakim, Golam (Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre, 1999-04-08)
    1. In pursuance of the request by the Public Administration Reforms Commission, Rector, BPATC formed a committee for determining the modus operandi as to how the BPATC can provide advice/help to the Public. Administration ...
  • The West Pakistan Public Service Commission (The West Pakistan Public Service Commission, 1965-09-12)
  • Unknown author (2019-01-30)
  • The Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh (Bangladesh Government Press, 1977-10-29)
  • Islam, Sirajul (The University of Dacca, 1981-07-01)
    Why this book of historical documents ? Our intention is to provide students, researchers, general readers with the very basic raw materials of history. To readers it gives an opportunity to consult the original sources ...
  • The Ministry of External Affairs New Delhi (The Ministry of External Affairs New Delhi, 1971-08-12)
    This collection of documents is intended to provide to the world a primary source of information on developments pertaining to the crisis that overtook East Bengal in March 1971. The crisis involves the destiny of 75 ...
  • The Ministry of Finance (The Government of the People's Republic Bangladesh, Ministry of Finance., 1977-12-20)
  • The Ministry of Education; Ahmed, Q. J. (The Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, 1983-12-31)
  • The World Bank (The World Bank, Industry & Finance Division, 1993-03-24)
    Durable progress in poverty alleviation—the overarching objective of economic reform in Bangladesh—requires an acceleration in the rate of economic growth to around 6-72 in the medium-to-long run. This report takes the ...
  • Hasan, S. M.; Khan, S. D. (The Government of East Pakistan, 1959-10-27)
    The order was promulgated on the 27th of October, 1959, after which work of framing Rules and Regulations was undertaken. The present includes the Order and the Rules, etc., so far framed and notified gazette. Some ...
  • Levinge, E.V. (The Bengal Secretariat Press, Calcutta, 1915-01-21)
    In the publication programme of NIPA, the Reprint Series occupies an important position. The present volume happens to be the fourth production in this series. Reprints of old administrative reports and documents provide ...
  • Byrne, J. (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1911-09-01)
    The is District, the chief and central district of the Division that General bears the same name, is situated between 24° 33' and 26° 34' N., {^sn°ni)' and between 86° 19'and 87° 31' E. Its length is about 140 miles and ...
  • O'Malley, L.S.S. (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1910-07-19)
    Birbhum , the northernmost district of the Burdwan Division, is situated between 23° 33' and 24° 35' north latitude and between 87° 10' and 88° 2' east longitude. It extends over 1,752 square TI0N’ miles, and has a ...
  • Peterson, J. C. K. (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1910-12-01)
    The district of Burdwan, one of the western districts of the general Burdwan Division is situated between 22° 56' and 23° 53' north and between 86° 48' and 88° 25' east longitude. It TI0N‘ contains an area of 2,689 ...
  • O'Malley, L.S.S.; Chakravarti, Monmohan (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1912-03-11)
  • O'Malley, L.S.S.; Chakravarti, Monmohan (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1909-10-07)
    The district of Howrah is situated in the south-east of the Gehebaii Burdwan Division between 22° 13' and 22° 47' north latitude and to.EIP" between 87° 51' and 88° 22' east longitude. With an area of 510 square miles ...
  • Coupland, H. (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1910-12-24)
    The account of Manbhum district contained in this volume has. been compiled from the Statistical Account of Bengal, volume X V I I , by Sir W. W. Hunter, and from materials gathered from local records. In the sections dealing ...

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