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In this case, the accused persons were alleged for corruption/corrupt practices and misuse of authority in appointments of teaching and non-teaching staff in schools/ technical Institute etc run by Workers Welfare Board, KP, thus causing loss of millions of rupees to the national exchequer.
With these sensible and straightforward reforms not only will the current contribution made by betting to the Irish exchequer be preserved, but the sector can also grow.
The award, from financial software developer Exchequer, follows news that TSG has been awarded Gold Certified Status by Microsoft.
Staff in the exchequer section in Argents Mead, Hinckley, are used to being handed all sorts of lost property for safe-keeping until it is claimed.
Unlike other bookies who offer net betting facilities that avoid punters having to pay taxes, the Maltese venture will not incurr the submission of a 5 per cent taxation rate to the Irish exchequer by the bookmakers themselves.
That division was sure to deepen with the entry Friday of the first announced candidate to succeed Major: the departing chancellor of the Exchequer, Kenneth Clarke, the most pro-Europe member of Major's Cabinet.
To this effect as the government has subsidized production of oil products and their prices; it has resulted in monetary loss to the government exchequer.
It may be mentioned here that more than dozens' of XEN's and SDO's of PHED have already been entered into Voluntary Return (VR) and deposited millions of rupees to the public exchequer in the instant case.
Muhammad Ali-current MS DHQ Charsadda and Riaz Senior Clerk were evidently involved in mismanagement and embezzlement of the financial matters and incurred a calculated loss of 2,836,138 rupees to the public exchequer.
4 million from the accused and deposited in government exchequer.
THE Shiv Sena- BJP alliance Mahayuti', which seeks to dislodge the Congress- NCP's 15- year government this year, will prioritise reducing the debt burden on the state exchequer, Leader of the Opposition in Legislative Assembly Eknath Khadse has said.
The plaintiff Chaudhry Mohammad Akram Sajid in his appeal accused that the federal government had auctioned 3G and 4G licences at a throwaway price incurring a huge loss to the national exchequer.