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civil servant

a member of the civil service
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Because of the weather conditions, the rough highway due to the East West high way widening and lack of basic facilities, often civil servants are reluctant to work here and we do hear lots of complaints from them,' said Phobji's GAO.
Kazi this will be the first time that a civil servant is appointed as a Governor of State Bank of Pakistan.
The raison deter of the limitations on the operation of the said doctrine is the public policy and the same are imposed in the interest of public and public good as they foster a feeling of security of tenure in the civil servant.
Shri Rajnath Singh said that India is emerging as a fastest growing economy and the standard of living of people has improved since independence and it is the responsibility of the civil servants to contribute to the better quality of life of the people.
It is similarly difficult to overlook the depravity of a system that allows a retired civil servant to earn a pension three to four times higher than the salary of a hardworking young person.
He said: "This bill is an opportunity to transform the way government works, bringing decisions closer to local people and enabling civil servants to find out what life is like in places like the Midlands.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Since the inflation rate was well above the rate of the increase in the wages of Turkish civil servants in 2014, their purchasing power has weakened, with a least-paid-public worker experiencing an annual loss of TL 732, a union has said.
Supreme Court says civil servants must get fixed tenure &not act on verbal orders
Claire Thompson, 31, a civil servant from Ryton: "The last thing I lost was my notepad at work, which had all my notes.
Barbara Mogridge, from HM Revenue and Customs in Stockton, was presented with a Certificate of Achievement for her remarkable volunteering efforts on behalf of the largest civilian occupational charity in the UK - The Charity for Civil Servants.
She called for "proper accountability" to "raise civil servants' game" and improve quality and standards after three Department for Transport (DfT) civil servants were suspended following the Government's U-turn, which will cost taxpayers at least PS40 million.
A FORMER senior Welsh Government minister has called for a wholesale reform of the relationship between civil servants and their political masters.

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