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civil servant

a member of the civil service
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The civil servants were neither a political party or part of a political party nor had they any role in political strife.
He contended that Punjab Civil Servants (Conduct) Rules, 1966, do not allow civil servants to go on strike or hold protest against the state or state institutions.
It also highlighted importance of bringing overall structural reforms in the Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) law so that civil servants could work in accordance with law without any political interference.
Civil servants are unhappy and despite working under harsh weather conditions, civil servants working under these three gewogs are being deprived of altitude allowance.
Neither judges nor civil servants are barred from holding dual nationalities but they are required to declare their status.
PESHAWAR: Khyber PakhtunkhwaGovernor Iqbal Zafar Jhagra on Friday asked the civil servants for transparency in the official system and said that the civil service represents the core structure of any state, as it provides stability and continuity to the government.
You probably don't realise how much your life is affected by the working habits of civil servants.
A list with the names of some 60 civil servants who moonlight as professional football coaches has been forwarded to the Audit Service and prompted an investigation, it emerged on Thursday.
He said that by appointing civil servants who have served under the present Finance Minister, clearly the autonomy of the state bank of Pakistan is being compromised.
The exacerbatory aspect of the law relating to probation of civil servants in Pakistan is that it potently armors the employer to control a new entrant into the arena of civil service and leaves little room for the probationer to galvanize his fragile position.
Speaking on the occasion, Shri Rajnath Singh said that Civil servants are fortunate to have certain opportunities, responsibilities and minimum facilities at a very young age and the country has a lot of hopes from them.
Civil servants have taken to the streets to protest the government's plan to cut their benefits, while a smear campaign accuses them of causing the pension system's woes in the first place.

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