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Governor Latif Khosa has said all institutions should work within their ambit . He was addressing a certificate distribution ceremony of an executive programme on Managing Public and Private Enterprises in Pakistan at the Executive Management
While the platform may need some tweaking and advancement, it's still quite a feat to see someone in Congress actually innovating , and that should be encouraged. Joshua Lamel -- who admits that he's politically at the other end of the spectrum from
Story continues below Senator Wong said this morning the decision had been difficult''. And I have been very clear, unlike [shadow treasurer] Joe Hockey, who does like to put the boot into the public service, that I respect the work that the public
Marlon Morgan, Columnist In the cruel and unforgiving world of competitive politics, one is often advised to make a friend of an opponent of your opponent. Alas, a principled position counts for more than one taken for politically expedient and
DSC Democrats for Social Credit, Fuseworks May 6, 2012, 4:46 pm Figures just obtained by the Democrats for Social Credit indicate that despite claims that savings would be made by sharing management with the Canterbury DHB, West Coast bureaucratic
Rating Because I have pontificated on public affairs for half a century, it is likely that I have wronged many parties...For, in journalism, it is possible to use false facts to write unflatteringly on an individual or institution without knowing it.
First Published 5 minutes ago Updated 5 minutes ago Utah's members of Congress oppose new federal rules requiring the disclosure of chemicals used by oil and gas companies that use hydraulic fracturing on public and tribal lands. The state's two
Work and pensions boss Chris Grayling will say the Government has made progress on slashing red tape but insist more needs to be done. Mr Grayling will speak at a meeting with business leaders in London. He will say: We need lower taxes and less red
Contractor General (OCG) has claimed that the decision by Cabinet to clothe three wise men with powers to monitor the implementation of three projects as an unlawful attempt to usurp that office. Of note, however, the OCG has neither furnished case
In the everpresent fiasco of bureaucracy, it is hard not to find myself pondering the idiocy within. No matter the level of bureaucracy, the idiot always seems to rise to the top. It matters not the education, or the lack thereof.