The meeting reviewed in detail the progress on implementation of the decisions taken by previous meeting of the council and also took important decisions regarding construction of three new highways in the province, maintenance plan for the current financial year for repairing and rehabilitating different roads, provincialization
of two roads, capacity enhancement of KPHA, revenue generation, anti encroachment drive and certain other affairs.
The Chief Minister also took briefing from the secretaries, who completed their summaries regarding provincialization
/ regularization of the employees from devolved departments.
I will focus here on the paratextual means by which editors have intensified a fascinating process of provincialization
in editing the play--a process that was arguably begun by Shakespeare himself as he rewrote his main source text, Thomas Lodge's prose romance Rosalynde (1590).
-- even on the Internet -- is unsurprising given the spread of security forces across the country and their ability to constrain the free circulation of reformers.
Locked inside a painful transition, Bulgarians forgot the outside world, the media shortened their international coverage, embassies were closed, and one of the most curious nations was threatened with provincialization
and self-imposed isolation.
The diasporic nature of this Muslim identity interrupts the closure of nation-states and points to the provincialization
of Europe and as such Islamophobia is a response to both the assertion of a distinct Muslim political agency and the anxieties produced by these de-centrings.
More recent examples include the experiences of Tibet with the Chinese, Manchuria with the Japanese, and the Americas with a variety of colonizers, and closing articles analyze modern inquisitions, imperial sovereignty and provincialization
They are scrutinized and challenged by a Caribbean author who, to use a term coined by Dipesh Chakrabarty, participates in the provincialization
of this European colonial strategy and unveils "the ambivalences, contradictions, the use of force and the tragedies and ironies that attend it.
31) Chakrabarty refers to two kinds of provincialization
: the geographical provincialization
of Europe, largely the result of World War II and subsequent decolonization, and the provincialization
of the European mind.
Alberta and the Provincialization
of the Canadian Fiscal System.
Thus, the issues of ethics by the MNE as raised by forums such as those in the segregated discipline of Business Ethics are a matter of some concern, as by the nature of their provincialization
and bounded-ness, they often end up serving the very interests that they set out to question.
Ironically, one of the effects of provincialization
is to put big cities under the control of the suburban and small-town politicians, who tend to dominate provincial governments.