inquiry


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a request for data

a seeking of knowledge, data, or the truth about something

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Another inquiry has also been approved against the officers/officials of Land Utilisation, Board of Revenue, Sindh and messers Fazia Housing Scheme, Karachi.
The bureau also approved an inquiry against the procurement committee that purchased MI 171-E Helicopter for the Balochistan government and caused millions of rupees losses to the national exchequer by purchasing the helicopter on higher rates as compared with the market's.
The bureau also authorised an inquiry against Information Minister Anusha Rehman, Senator Dar and former chairman Pakistan Telecommunication Authority Dr Ismail Shah on charges of awarding the contract of the next generation mobile service illegally.
Senator Saud Aziz said that no officer will get punishment as several officials involved in corruption hand in glove with the inquiry officers.
Abdul Rasool Memon has also been appointed as Inquiry Officer to conduct inquiry against the then P.
It comes after the probe fell into disarray when Dame Lowell Goddard resigned last week - the third chairman to do so since the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) was announced in July 2014.
Chief Minister Adam Giles said Stella Maris Inquiry Commissioner John Lawler made a series of recommendations to strengthen the Inquiries Act.
He further said that stern action would also be taken against those inquiry officers and the different formations for using delaying tactics and not providing the required record aimed to prolong the inquiry process against the involved officers / officials of the Authority.
But the move has left members of the panel "devastated" that they could face being removed from the inquiry.
His comments preempted an investigation announced by Downing Street, with David Cameron ordering an urgent, independent probe into the original Waterhouse Inquiry and whether it did its job properly.
Courts of inquiry are unique to Texas, although the U.
He then successively works himself through the educational areas that have been named above, first of all science education, a context in which inquiry is the most likely to occur or to be practiced.
The inquiry was set up to learn lessons from the conflict, in which 179 British troops died.
The National frameworks for science emphasize inquiry skills (NRC, 1996), however, in typical classroom practice, science learning often focuses on rote learning in part because science process skills are difficult to assess (Fadel, Honey, & Pasnick, 2007) and rote knowledge is prioritized on high-stakes tests.
RELATIVES of patients who died at shamed Stafford Hospital have hit out at a long-awaited inquiry as a "complete failure".