CDGK

AcronymDefinition
CDGKCity District Government Karachi (Pakistan)
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The CDGK claimed that a team of doctors was looking after the health of flood victims at relief camps and around 3,000 people have been treated so far.
According to the budget documents, the total receipts of CDGK during the fiscal year 2010-2011 have been expected to stand at Rs53.958 billion, while the total expenditure has been estimated at Rs53.874 billion, leaving an amount of Rs84.38 million as surplus.
Besides, the ACD has also recommended separate FIRs against some 26 officials of the defunct Karachi City District Government Karachi (CDGK), Revenue Department and other government bodies.
During a previous hearing, the court was informed by the counsel of the defunct City District Government Karachi (CDGK) that the university was constructed on four acres of land.
Fourth Investigation was authorized against Officers/Officials of Board of Revenue (BOR),Land Utilization Department (LUD), Sindh, CDGK and others.
Previously I have worked as Rector Newports Institute of Communication and Economics Vice Chancellor of Qalandar Shahbaz University Registrar University of Karachi Executive District Officer Education CDGK Additional Secretary Government of Sindh Director Education Karachi and Professor at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
City District Government of Karachi (CDGK) also had claim over the islands.
The company is assisted by PIDC and M/o Production and enjoys support of Cantonment Board Korangi Creek; Military Lands & Cantonments; Board of Revenue, Sindh; Karachi Water & Sewerage Board; SSGC; Sind Environmental Protection Agency and CDGK.
12 -- The CDGK's Command and Control System (CCS) has helped the CPLC and the law enforcers to arrest several criminal gangs and foil a number of kidnappings for ransom, and it must be continued and extended to all areas of the city.
In a friendly environment the City Council approved the city district government Karachi's (CDGK) Rs.52.360 billion budget for fiscal year 2009-10.
Karachi's CDGK Complex, having a capacity of 5,000 spectators is now being used for holding functions and marriages.
Mr Kamal approved the proposal and the said portion of land was handed over by the KWSB to the CDGK on Feb 9, 2009, it added.