zila parishad


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zila parishad

(ˈpʌrɪʃəd)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a district council in India
[Hindi, from zila' district (from Arabic dil' part) + parishad assembly, council]
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Suprintending Engineer, Watershed Development And Soil Conservation Department, Zila Parishad Dausa
Kushtia district Awami League Senior Vice-President and Zila Parishad Chairman Hazi Rabiul Islam, Kushtia town AL President Ajgar Ali and General Secretary Ataur Rahman Ata, among others, were present on the occasion.
Presently, I am not aware of this incident," he added, asking that Zila Parishad chief Surendra Maheshwari be contacted.
The commission had last December issued a notice to the Maharashtra Government over reports of the state education department closing down the Zila Parishad schools with less than 10 students and shifting them to other nearby schools.
In Bangladesh, all local body representatives are elected directly but not the zila parishad members.
The report said injudicious decision of Thoubal Zila Parishad led to blocking of fund of Rs 12.
Trinamool zila parishad member Meer Taheer Ali is widely believed to have arranged the women dancers for the celebrations that took place right opposite the local police station.
47) Year Zila Parishad Total Foodgrains Foodgrains Foodgrains Foodgrains lifted Utilized lifted Utilized 2004-05 11254 11159 66453 65882 2005-06 7923 7397 45000 40838 2006-07 4332 4309 31517 30600 2007-08 8130 7708 37728 35331 Total 31639 30573 180698 172651 (100) (96.
Chairman of Gaibandha Zila Parishad Ataur Rahman Sarker who is also the chairman of BDRCS, district unit said earlier, the unit distributed cash Taka 4000, and a packet of 8 sorts of vegetable seeds to 6010 flood affected families each last month.
Summary: New Delhi [India], December 27 (ANI): The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued a notice to the Maharashtra government over its decision to close down over 1300 zila parishad owing to the reduced number of students and poor education standards.
brought in an ordinance days ahead of the Panchayat elections, fixing minimum educational qualifications for contesting polls for Panchayat Samiti and Zila Parishad.
Beginning of LF's end: After winning East Midnapore and South 24-Parganas zila parishad seats in panchayat elections, Mamata yesterday said: Acents[euro]A"This is the beginning of the end for the CPM-led Left Front rule in West Bengal".