Chief Ministers

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List Of Premiers Of Victoria By Time In Office - See Also
... List of Prime Ministers of Australia by time in office List of Australian heads of government by time in office List of Premiers of New South Wales by time in office ...
Retailing In India - Social Impact and Controversy With Retail Reforms - Support For Retail Reforms - Allowed in Some States, Banned in Others
... the need to promote organized retail include Chief Ministers of several states of India, several belonging to political parties that have no affiliation with Congress-led ... The list includes the Chief Ministers of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Gujarat ... In a report submitted earlier in 2011, these Chief Ministers urged the Prime Minister to prioritize reforms to help promote organized retail, shorten the retail path from farm to consumer, allow organized retail ...
Indian Order Of Precedence
... Rank Persons 1 President 2 Vice President 3 Prime Minister 4 Governors of states (within their respective states) 5 Former Presidents, Deputy Prime Minister 6 Chief Justice of the. 21 Members of Parliament 22 Deputy Ministers in States outside their respective States 23 Army Commanders/Vice Chief of the Army Staff or equivalent in other Services, Chief Secretaries to State Governments within ...
Lists Of Office-holders - Heads of State or Government - Africa - Southern Africa
... Lesotho Kings of Lesotho Heads of government of Lesotho Namibia Presidents of Namibia Prime Ministers of Namibia Leaders of Damaraland Leaders of East Caprivi (Lozi ...

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