Openness is higher with general directors and deputy directors (the first level of management) than with service executives and headmen
(managers of the third and fourth level of management).
Ideally, each district would have a chief assisted by paid headmen
who, along with the magistrate assisted by police were responsible for enforcing the law.
were as astounded as we were at how isolated it was.
These vehicles are meant to facilitate traditional rulers' tours of their chiefdoms to ensure they are kept informed about what village headmen
do in promoting national development.
On June 27, a total of 164,486 registered voters will cast votes at 633 ballot boxes all across TRNC in order to elect one deputy, 28 mayors, 268 municipal assembly members, 148 village headmen
and 448 associates.
By 1760, Okfuskee headmen
were so frustrated at the British that some encouraged their warriors to loot trading houses and kill obnoxious British traders and packhorsemen.
In the fall of 1877, photographer Mathew Brady produced several images of a delegation of Oglala, Brule and Arapahoe headmen
who had traveled to Washington D.
He would only accept a garland of flowers from the headmen
in Kutail Gamri, 100 miles from Delhi.
Neel held the "eugenic" view that in small tribal societies, fights among headmen
over women have promoted the survival of leadership or dominance-related genes, Tierney says.
Bands typically had headmen
, respected for their raiding prowess or speaking ability.
He made the call during his meeting with Arabian tribal headmen
in the presence of the Minister of Interior Mohammad Ibrahim on Saturday evening, MENA news agency reported.
The state's Inspector General of Police, S M Sahai, told ANI in an interview in Srinagar that adequate measures were being taken to provide better security for headmen
of villages in the state.