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PM Khan assures to end political interference in bureaucracy

Merit and accountability help countries progress, he says

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February 8, 2019


Rana Sanaullah condemns Imran Khan’s criticism on bureaucracy

LAHORE :Provincial Law Minister Rana Sanaullah Khan said on Saturday that Imran Khan did not know how to respect others as he crossed all limits through his indecent criticism against civil officers. Addressing a press conference at 90 Shahrah-e-Quaid-i-Azam, he said: “Imran Khan manipulates things without evidences and never ever proved what he claims”. Unfortunately,…

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February 24, 2018


Bureaucracy hampering NAP implementation: Rabbani

ISLAMABAD: Chairman Senate Mian Raza Rabbani on Wednesday said bureaucratic bottlenecks were hampering implementation of National Action Plan (NAP) to tackle the menace of terrorism effectively. Entire efforts of the government and Parliament against terrorism are being affected due to “bureaucratic bottlenecks,” he passed these remarks during the question-hour session of the Senate when Minister…

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November 11, 2015


Reshuffle in Balochistan Bureaucracy

QUETTA: The Government of Balochistan has issued directives for posting and transfers of some senior officials. According to a handout issued, here, Ghulam Farid (PAS/B-19) has been appointed as Additional Secretary (Admin), Services and General Administration Department. Zahid Saleem (BSS/B-19) has been appointed Additional Secretary (Staff) to Chief Secretary Balochistan. Deputy Commissioner Dera Bugti, Muhammad…

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June 7, 2015


KPK government to hire ROs from bureaucracy

PESHAWAR: Election Commission has decided to appoint Returning Officers (ROs) from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa bureaucracy for local bodies elections in the province, Samaa reported Thursday. The role of ROs appointed by the judiciary for last year’s general elections had been questioned by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) and almost all political parties who blamed the…

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November 6, 2014


Next polls: ECP to appoint ROs from bureaucracy

ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) Friday decided to hire returning officers from bureaucracy for the next general elections. The decision was taken in the wake of judiciary’s refusal to nominate judges for the job two weeks ago. According to officials, ECP will require the services of 1200 returning officers for the elections. In…

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September 26, 2014


War, weather, bureaucracy cause Syria to miss chemical weapons deadline

BEIRUT: Security concerns and bureaucracy have caused President Bashar al-Assad's government to miss Tuesday's deadline for the removal of deadly toxins from Syria under an international effort to remove its chemical arsenal, the global chemical weapons agency said. Bad weather and a complex multinational procurement effort for equipment have also delayed the operation, an official…

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December 31, 2013


Massive reshuffling in Sindh govt bureaucracy

Staff ReportKARACHI: The commissioners‚ deputy commissioners‚ assistant commissioners‚ secretaries and director generals have been reposted after the Sindh government ordered massive reshuffling in the provincial bureaucracy, SAMAA reports on Friday.As per the notification‚ the commissioners‚ deputy commissioners‚ assistant commissioners‚ secretaries and director generals working in almost all the 27 districts have been reposted.Agha Wasif Abbas…

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April 12, 2013


ECP issues orders for immediate transfers of all bureaucracy in Sindh

Staff ReportKARACHI: The Election Commission of Pakistan has issued orders for immediate transfers of all bureaucracy in Sindh and SAMAA has obtained copy of that order.According to the notification, the ECP has ordered the interim regime in Sindh to transfer sixty-five key officials of the province including Chief Secretary, Home Secretary, many other secretaries, top…

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April 11, 2013


Election Commission takes notice of Sethi’s statement on bureaucracy’s transfers

Staff ReportISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan has taken notice of Punjab Caretaker Chief Minister Najam Sethi regarding transfers of whole bureaucracy, SAMAA reports.The Election Commission has said in a statement this evening that neither caretaker prime minister nor caretaker chief ministers can transfer any one after issuance of polls’ schedule.If any transfer is necessary,…

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March 28, 2013


Bureaucracy of Punjab will be changed in a week: Najam Sethi

Staff ReportLAHORE: Caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Najam Sethi said on Thursday that the whole bureaucracy of the province will be changed in a week, SAMAA reports.While talking to media‚ he said the cabinet would consist of five to six ministers.Sethi said the IG Police Punjab will be appointed this week. SAMAA

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March 28, 2013


PML (N) seeks massive transfers in bureaucracy ahead of elections

Staff ReportLAHORE: Apart from governors of the provinces, the Pakistan Muslim League (N) has demanded transfer of 27 important government officials before the next general elections.A formal demand to this effect was put forth by the Opposition Leader Choudhry Nisar Ali to make the upcoming elections transparent.PML (N) has demanded transfer of home secretaries, inspector…

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January 30, 2013


Punjab cabinet, bureaucracy divided on foreign aid issue

By Naeem Ashraf ButtLAHORE: Differences surfaced on Wednesday between Punjab cabinet and bureaucracy on the issue of foreign aid, SAMAA reported.Earlier, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif announced that provincial government will not get any sorts of foreign aid.The provincial bureaucracy informed CM about their reservations; hence, he (Shahbaz Sharif) took a u-turn and decided that…

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May 18, 2011


Madonna's new gym overcomes Mexican bureaucracy

MEXICO CITY: Madonna's new gym in Mexico City was finally given a permit to operate, a local official said Wednesday, two days after the US pop diva inaugurated the luxury workout space. The Hard Candy gym had been prevented from opening because it lacked permits for land use and for its parking lot, Demetrio Sodi,…

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December 1, 2010


PM Gilani makes massive reshuffle in bureaucracy

Staff Report ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani on Wednesday made large scale appointments and transfers in bureaucracy. Under the massive reshuffle, K.B. Rind has been made Secretary of Social Welfare. Athar Tahir has been appointed Secretary Education and Asif Bajwa will serve as Secretary Statistics. Similarly, Saeed Ahmed Khan and Wajid Rana have…

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September 29, 2010


Bureaucracy shall keep distance from politics: Zardari

Staff Report ISLAMABAD: The President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari has stressed the bureaucracy to keep a clear distance from the politics but keep a close eye on the apparent changes, SAMAA reported Friday. President zardari, addressing to the graduation ceremony of 92nd National Management Course held in The Presidency, said that bureaucracy must combine…

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June 25, 2010


MQM slams bureaucracy over NFC

Staff Report KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM)’s parliamentary leader in Sindh Assembly Syed Sardar Ahmed said Saturday that bureaucracy has neglected Sindh in the NFC award. Talking to SAMAA, Syed Sardar Ahmed said that he has informed Finance Advisor Abdul Hafiz Sheikh in written about this discrimination with the province. He alleged that people, who…

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April 3, 2010


Bureaucracy should obey parliament: PM Gilani

Staff Report LAHORE: Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani said on Saturday that the bureaucracy needs to obey the parliament’s policies. Addressing a program at the National Management College in Lahore, he said that the bureaucracy, if it stops trying to exert its superiority over the masses, can go a long way in helping them….

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July 25, 2009


Bureaucracy to desist from overstepping their mandate: Senate body

ISLAMABAD: The Senate Committee on Rules of Procedures and Privileges Tuesday asked the senior bureaucracy to desist from overstepping their mandate especially while dealing with Members of Parliament. The committee which met here at the Parliament House under the Chairmanship of Senator Col. (Retd.) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, Chairman of the Committee, made the observation…

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November 4, 2008