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  • Woodroffe, Sir John (Madras: Genesh & co, 1918-12-01)
    born resistance which India makes against Western innovations. And why should •She not, seeing that, rightly ^ or wrongly, the bulk of the ancient peoples of “the East have never admitted the moral superiority of ...
  • The Government of India (Harrison and Son, Ltd., 1929-04-07)
    This volume has been corrected, as far as possible, up to the 1st ' January .1929. It may be explained that the lists of Officers serving in India (pages 7 to 1 1 are compiled from the Civil Lists of the Government of ...
  • Ramsay, L. E. B. Cobden (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1910-07-30)
    The Feudatory States of Orissa consist of a group of 24 dependent territories attached to the Division of Orissa, and comprise the following States: Athgarh, Athmallik, Bamra, Baramba, Baud, Bonai, Daspalla, Dhenkanal, ...
  • 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 ...
  • The Government of West Pakistan (The West Pakistan Government Press, 1963-07-01)
  • Khan, Malik Amir Mohammad (The West Pakistan Government Press, 1961-01-01)
  • The Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh (Bangladesh Government Press, 1977-10-29)
  • Potter, David C. (London School of Economics and Political Science, 1962-11-01)
    The title of this book and its slim dimensions are an indication of its purpose: to present a concise description of contemporary district administration in rural India. Emphasis is placed on rural development administration, ...
  • Inayatullah (Pakistan Academy for Rural Development, Peshawar, 1964-07-01)
    The present book has grown out of a symposium held on district administration at the Pakistan Academy for Rural Development, Peshawar on 3rd and 4th April, 1964. The papers presented at the seminar were prepared in ...
  • Tepper, Elliot (Pakistan Academy for Rural Development Comilla, East Pakistan, 1965-08-24)
    The present study was made while the author was in residence for one year at the Pakistan Academy for Rural Development, Comilla, East Pakistan, under the auspices of the Africa-Asia Public Service Fellowship Program, ...
  • The Ministry of Finance; Uquaili, N. M. (The Government of Pakistan, 1968-05-28)
    The year 1967-68 has been of great significance on two counts. First, it witnessed the fruitful culmination of a great Decade of Reforms and Development which covers the period of the present regime. During this decade, ...
  • The Government of West Pakistan (The West Pakistan Government Press, 1963-01-01)
  • The Government of East Pakistan (The Government of East Pakistan, 1960-11-02)
  • Nayak, P.R.; Menon, V.K.N. (Indian Institute of Public Administration New Delhi, 1958-09-14)
    The Seminar on “ Improving City Government” was a welcome sequel to the earlier one on “The Pattern of Rural Government”-. The country is alive with new ideas probing the many problems that a developing democracy must ...
  • 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 ...
  • The Government of East Pakistan (The Government of East Pakistan, 1949-03-01)
  • The Government of East Pakistan (The Government of East Pakistan, 1953-03-31)
    The Acts included in this Volume are printed as modified up to and including the 31st March, 1953. Every reference in the Acts included in this Volume, to any other Central Act or Ordinance iq force at the time o ...
  • The Government of East Pakistan (The Government of East Pakistan, 1962-06-30)
  • The Government of East Pakistan (The Government of East Pakistan, 1960-01-18)
  • The Governor-General of India (The Governor-General of India in Council, 1885-03-14)
    An Act to amend and consolidate certain enactments relating to the Law of Landlord and Tenant within the territories under the administration of the Lieutenant-Governor of Bengal. Whereas it is expedient to amend and ...

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