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Recent Submissions

  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Zaman, M.M. (The Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, 1983-12-12)
    The Government in publishing the Table of Organisation and Equipment of all the Departments/Directorates and Subordinate Offices is pleased to place on record the deep appreciation to the following officers of the Martial ...
  • Zaman, M.M. (The Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, 1982-12-26)
    The Government in publishing the Table of Organisation and Equipment of all the Ministries/Divisions, Constitutional Bodies, Commissions etc., is pleased to place on record the deep appreciation to the following chairmen ...
  • Rao, N. Rama (The Superintendent, Sericultural Department, Mysore Government, 1926-11-11)
    Extent and distribution of the industry.—Mysore is admirably, fitted by Sbil, climate and local conditions for silk production. The industry is- at present practised over about a third of the area of the State, to the ...
  • Denvers, F.C.; The Government of India (The Government of India, 1890-06-23)
    The papers submitted to me for classification vr6re the* supplementary miscellaneous “ Old Records ” enumerated in the Statistics and Commerce Departmental List, No. 2,897, and in the Lists furnished by the other ...
  • The Government of Pakistan; Husain, Mr. Zakir (The Government of Pakistan, 1960-01-11)
    Jute has been cultivated in the Bengal delta from time immemorial but no one can say when or from where it came. There are about 40 species of jute out of which only two, namely, Corchorus capsularis and Corchorus ...
  • The Government of Pakistan (The Government of Pakistan, 1961-07-19)
    The Commission on National Education was appointed by a Resolution adopted by the Government of Pakistan on the 30th December, 1958. The composition of the Commission, the Directives given to it and its terms of reference ...
  • Finlow, R. S. (The Superintendent, Government Printing Bengal, 1933-08-08)
    At the last meeting of the Bengal Jute Enquiry Committee, i t was agreed that the Chairman should write a short note explaining the circumstances under which it was decided that two reports were necessary. From the ...
  • The Government of India (The Government of India, 1931-12-01)
    1. The Committee’ s task at the Second Session of the Conference -was to continue their -discussions at the point at which they were left by their Report of the 13th January, 1931, and by the Prime Minister's Declaration ...
  • The Government of Pakistan (The Government of Pakistan, 1960-01-24)
  • Ali, M.H.; The Government of East Pakistan (The Government of East Pakistan, 1961-06-17)
  • The Municipal Corporations in Public Health (The Municipal Corporations, Public Health in England, 1875-08-11)
  • Banerjee, D. N. (Longmans Green and Co. Ltd, 1936-07-29)
    The object of this volume is to describe the land revenue system which the East India Company gradually built up in Bengal and Bihar during the first seven years (1766-1772) of its acquisition of the Diwani. During those ...
  • The Ministry of Law (The Government of Pakistan, Ministry of Law, 1961-01-24)
    Whereas it is expedient to remove from the Statute-book certain Central laws which have become obsolete or h;iv§ discharged their function; Now, therefore, in pursuance of the Proclamation of the seventh day of October, ...
  • Munshi, A. M. M. Bahadur (The Government of East Pakistan, 1966-07-22)
    the East Pakistan Inland Water Transport Authority to identify factors responsible for any defects in its operation and management and to suggest remedial measures. Within the short span of this report, I have made ...
  • Cautley, Proby T. (The Secretary of the State in India, 1954-04-08)
    The works in the first four items are confined to the tract of country lying above'-Roorkee, and are, legitimately speaking, the only ones which have- been expressly designed for counteracting the effects of the mountain ...
  • Ministry of Food and Agriculture (The Government of Pakistan, Ministry of Food and Agriculture, 1960-11-29)
    The Food and Agriculture Commission was Instituted in pursuance of the policy of the present Government to review conditions in various aspects of national life and was inaugurated by the Minister o f Agriculture on ...
  • The Administration Training Centres; Hyder, D. S. Yusuf (The Administration Training Centres, 1983-06-15)
    Composition of the Committee: As desired by the Chief Martial Law Administrator a three-member committee was set up to review a n i suggest the activities of Staff Training Institute (STI) and Regional S.T.Is with ...

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