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  • George, A. Grierson (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1915-03-20)
    I am personally responsible for the preparation of both parts of this volume. It lias been built up by degrees, .some of it having been "prepared and put-in type several years ago, while other portions have been completed ...
  • Chatterjee, Digambar; Kerr, J.H (S.K.Lahiri and Co., 1917-11-09)
    The Fifth Edition of this book was a reprint of the fourth with an addendum contain. In the present of subsequent cases. In the present Edition, all cases up to December 1917 have been incorporated in the body of the book ...
  • Holland, T. H. (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1918-12-31)
    The Indian Industrial Commission was appointed by the Government of India by order conveyed in Resolution 3403 (Industries), dated the 19th May 1916, in the Department of Commerce and Industry, -the full text of which ...
  • Montagu, Edwin (Calcutta Superintendent Government Printing, India, 1919-03-05)
    We have the honour to lay before you our views upon the important questions raised in the Report on Indian conintroductory. stitutional reforms, dated April 22,1918, by His Excellency the Viceroy and yourself The Report ...
  • Anderson, John (Calcutta Bengal Secretariat Book. Depot, 1932-07-29)
  • The Government of India (Harrison and Son, Ltd., 1935-04-02)
    A new arrangement w s adopted for the 1934 edition of the India Office List. Previously, the lists of Officers serving in India were grouped together and followed the list of officers serving in the Office of th e High ...
  • The Government of India (The Government of India press, 1935-08-02)
    1. This Act may be cited as the Government of India s: Act, 1985. 2.-(1) All rights, authority and jurisdiction hereto- Government, fore belonging to His Majesty the King, Emperor of India, by1^ which appertain or are ...
  • 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 ...
  • The Muslim Chamber of Commerce, Calcutta,; Ispahani, M. A. (The Muslim Chamber of Commerce Secretary, 1941-02-28)
    It has been my privilege to welcome you to the Annual General Meeting of the Chamber on more than one occasion. But in doiDg so to-day I am conscious of the great honour done me when you again entrusted me with the ...
  • Gupta, P.R. Das (The Government of Bengal, Board of Revenue, 1943-10-20)
    In 1854 “ Record Rules” were framed. In 1866 "Record Rules” first appeared in the Board’s Rules and then in Volume I of the Board’s Rules, 1878 Act III of 1879 regulating the destruction of records was replaced in 1917 ...
  • Porter, A. E. (The Government of East Pakistan, 1943-12-27)
    The present compilation supersedes the publication of the Police Regulations, Bengal, issued in 1927.. It incorporates changes in the rules either necessitated by the Government of India Act, 1935, or effected for other ...
  • Woodhead, John (The Superintendent of Government Press, Delhi, 1945-07-30)
    This is the second report of the Famine Inquiry Commission appointed under Ordinance No. X X V I I I of 1-944. We shall begin by repeating our terms of reference. To investigate and report to the Central Government ...
  • Health Survey and Development Committee, Bhore, Joseph (The Government of India Press, New Delhi, 1945-12-18)
    In this foreword an attempt is made to present, in a nutshell, the main principles underlying the 'Committee’ s proposals for future 'health development in the country. -These are:— 1. No individual should fail to secure ...
  • Health Survey and Development Committee, Bhore, Joseph (The Government of India Press, Calcutta, 1945-12-18)
    Tlie Health. Survey and Development Committee was appointed' by the Government of India in October 1943 to make (a) a broad survey of the present position in regard to health conditions and health organisation in British ...
  • Bhore, Joseph; Health Survey and Development Committee (The Government of India Press, 1945-12-18)
    A. study of Volume I of our'report #cannot fail to reveal the extent and intensity of the dark shadows in the health picture of the country. It is not for us to apportion responsibility for the somber _ realities which ...
  • Health Survey and Development Committee, Bhore, Joseph (The Government of India Press, Simla, 1945-12-18)
  • Husain, Z. (East Bengal Government Press, 1949-10-16)
    Eastern Pakistan Rifles', D&cca— (a) Strength and distribution.—Lt.-Col. T. I. Bowers? D.iS.O., M.C., was commandant oi the Battalion throughout the year except for the period from 18th September 1949, to 16th October ...
  • The Pakistan Public Service Commission (The Pakistan Public Service Commission, 1949-12-31)
    The Government of India Act, 1935, (as adapted) docs not' make it obligatory for the Pakistan Public Service" Commission to give an account of their work But the Commission desire to take the public into confidence and ...
  • The Ministry of Economic Affairs Government of Pakistan; Rahman, Mr. Fazlur (The Government of Pakistan Press, 1953-03-20)
    The Economic Appraisal committee was appointed by ’the Government of Pakistan on 20th August, 1952, under their Resolution No. 2(21)-PG|52 published in ]the Gazette Extraordinary of 21st August, 1952 (reproduced in ...
  • Rahman, M.Mustafizur (The East Bengal Government Press, 1953-11-12)
    The East Bengal Financial Rules is really a reprint of the Bengal Financial Rules published by the Government of prepartition Bengal, but unlike the other rules they are not promulgated under the authority of the ...

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