QUETTA -- A one-day orientation workshop was organized on water quality monitoring by the Provincial department of local government in collaboration with the Public Health Engineering department here on Tuesday.
What does DOLG stand for?
DOLG stands for Department of Local Government
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Samples in periodicals archive:
According to sources of department of Local government the project for installation of hand pumps in federal rural and urban federal areas have been made.
A spokesman for the Department of Local Government says, "As a direct result of government investment 40,000 homes have been refurbished, making them places people will continue to want to live in for many years.
It follows an "obscure" written ministerial statement from the department of Local Government Secretary, Ruth Kelly, which admits there is not enough cash to plough ahead with local government restructuring plans.
Ludlow MP Philip Dunne (Con) raised allegations in a debate attended by Ministers from the Department of Local Government.
A spokesman for the Department of Local Government advised that all separate voting papers will be colour-coded.