Smart phone application to conduct survey on budget process

Rawalpindi: Centre for Peace and Development Initiatives, (CPDI) a provincial secretariat of Citizen Network for Budget Accountability (CNBA) launched smart phone application to conduct District Budget Survey in Punjab. Talking to the media person in Rawalpindi Syed Kausar Abbas, Program Manager Centre for Peace and Development Initiatives (CPDI) and Citizen Network for Budget Accountability (CNBA)
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Increase in police budget demanded

Sunday, April 06, 2014 – Rawalpindi—Centre for Peace and Development Initiatives (CPDI) demanded increase in the budget of Punjab Police in the upcoming fiscal year 2014-15. Speaking to the media Syed Kausar Abbas, Program Manager of Centre for Peace and Development Initiatives (CPDI) said that the Government should provide special relief to the Police department
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CDGR urged to reform budget making process

RAWALPINDI – Citizens Network for Budget Accountability (CNBA) and Centre for Peace and Development (CPDI) have urged the City District Government Rawalpindi (CDGR) to reform the budget making process at the district level. The district governments should follow the budget rules to make the budget document transparent to public, they suggested. Talking to media persons,
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Degree Colleges in Dhoke Syedan still lying incomplete

Rawalpindi Two degree colleges in Rawalpindi Cantonment Area Dhoke Syedan are still pending after spending Rs42 million in fiscal year 2008-9. The project was inaugurated by former chief minister Chaudhry Pervez Elahi and former law minister Muhammad Basharat Raja in 2007. A Degree College for Boys and Degree College for Girls was proposed in the
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Government failed to complete 2 colleges in seven years: CPDI

Rawalpindi- Punjab Government failed to complete Degree Colleges in Dhoke Syedan Rawalpindi even after 7 years. Civil society held a demonstration to urge the Punjab Government to start the classes in both degree colleges of Dhoke Syedan, Rawalpindi. Syed Kausar Abbas, Program Manager of Centre for Peace and Development Initiatives, (CPDI) while addressing the media
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CPDI Goes Smart
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CPDI successfully launched websites of 5 districts of Punjab

ISLAMABAD (BMZ REPORT ) Centre for Peace and Development Initiatives (CPDI) has successfully launched websites of 5 district Governments in Punjab during first quarter of 2014. Remaining district websites will also be launched in the upcoming phases. Talking to media Syed Kausar Abbas, Program Manager of Centre for Peace and Development Initiatives (CPDI) told that
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LG elections urged

Rawalpindi: Syed Kausar Abbas, programme manager at the Centre for Peace and Development Initiatives (CPDI), urged the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to hold local government elections on immediate basis in all provinces. Talking to journalists here on Thursday, he said that provincial governments are violating Article 140-A of the Constitution by delaying local government
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Degree Colleges in Dhoke Syedan still lying incomplete

Rawalpindi Two degree colleges in Rawalpindi Cantonment Area Dhoke Syedan are still pending after spending Rs42 million in fiscal year 2008-9. The project was inaugurated by former chief minister Chaudhry Pervez Elahi and former law minister Muhammad Basharat Raja in 2007. A Degree College for Boys and Degree College for Girls was proposed in the
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Radio Drama Sanitation and RTI