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Michael (history, Messiah College) places the issue against the wider backdrop of colonial territorial formation, examining the territorial disputes between Gorkha and the English East India Company that led to the outbreak of the Anglo-Gorkha War of 1814-1816 and their connections to disputes of tribute, taxation, and tenurial claims pertaining to the geographical construction of the state, as well as the longer processes of colonial boundary formation whereby the colonial authorities sought to construct the internal administrative divisions, through various cartographic projects and changes in administrative routines, in pursuit of the geographical template of the modern state.
Some local pride are masked by arguments which are not present, because the relative stability of the current administrative divisions, led to changes in time the relationship between administrative units, so it is questionable whether the return to the old territorial divisions would provide more rational solutions of administrative organization.
The 142-page atlas has special pages on Jordan, illustrating its natural, geological, climatic, floral, mineral resources maps, as well as soil, industrial estates, administrative divisions, transportation, archaeological sites.
Article one: Restructures administrative divisions of the customer service department affiliated to the minister s office as per the following departments; applications reception and registration department, follow up department and customer's notification department.
Al-Aouda pointed out that a road map of the old city with all the electricity and telephone tracks and the digital map that includes the administrative divisions were also drawn as part of the project.
And there is ample reason why they should: firstly, it is a good idea that constituency boundaries tally with historic, cultural and administrative divisions.
Ahmed El-Merghany, an ICLD worker from Fayoum, explained that workers were told that a committee made up of five ministries and administrative divisions headed by Labor Minister Aisha Abdel-Hady would examine their situation on Sunday.
Administrative decentralization is not separated from the electoral law, administrative divisions and municipalities," remarked Baroud.
Currently, Nepal has 75 administrative divisions controlled directly by the central government in Kathmandu.
In a deal brokered by Cooke & Arkwright, the university is to move three of its administrative divisions to the new premises from their existing accommodation at various sites in Park Place.
The royal order realizes the goal of taking higher education to all provinces and administrative divisions in the Kingdom.
The automaker has reduced its 22 administrative divisions to 15, cut 25 tier-1 companies to 19, and has disbanded five tier-2 companies.
Honda will cut the number of such graduates hired for administrative divisions by 10 to 120.
The affected staff will mostly be in the management and administrative divisions and the layoffs will be carried out in the next few months.
Ten volunteers from Pyay's Myothit and Koe Thaung wards, or administrative divisions, attended the workshop, held Jan.
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