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    . ’JT In any further communication on this subject, please quote No. X 17489/15466/234. and address— not to any person by name but to— "The Under-Secretary of State," Foreign Office. S.W.l. 18th December, 1939. With reference to India Office letter P.Z.6363/39 of the 7th November concerning the use ...

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    ^ ft- To The Secretary to the Government of India in the External Affairs Department, Simla* Subject; ... the exchange has been duly registered in the local Registration Office and a copy of the registration entry has been placed on record in my office. 3. A copy of this despatch is being forwarded to His Majesty's ...

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    of Government of India letter ^ Hit +India, agreed to the purchase of a second-hand Chevrolet lorry in exchange for the Morris lorry ... for this purpose. The Government of India sanctions his suggestion, and asks that H.M.G. should concur in bearing ...

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    Foreign Office. Flagged enclosure IN W£ EK ly lettl-r No. 4 5 1 0 NOV 1939 from secretary, political and INDIA OFFICE Copyt^TnoTi THE ADVISERS CONCUR ADVIS mz U/.U, 7 ifr NOV 1951 Sir » ^£- With reference^t 0 India Office letter ITo.P. Z. 6937/38 of the 4th October, 1938, on the subject of petty increases ...

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    of India in the External Affairs Department, To The Under Secretary of State for India, Political Department, India Office, London• rv • 3 ^ Dated Simla, the September 1939. Replacement of motor lorry ... accordingly to request that the > ' RECd. POL. DEPr^f 11 curr0nce /* ♦ 13 OCT 1939 INDIA OFFICE ...

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    most obedient servant, for Secretary to the Government of India ^ V~ "r‘ ...

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    ptst. 6363 dopy of letter No*1188/A/81- # dated the 1939, from His Britannic Majesty’s Consul General 16? Khorasan, Meshed, to the Secretary to the Government of India in the External Affairs Department, Simla* •v Replacement of Mo tor Lorry . I have the honour to refer to the External Affairs ...

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    India Office, London, 24th January 1939. Financial, No. 1. To His Excellency the Most Honourable the Governor-General of India. My Lord Marquess, T have considered the Despatch of Your Excellency’s Government, No. ‘2 ... 10191/38. the Government of India Act, 1935, is in operation. The proposals in that Despatch proceeded ...

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    2 and the Government of India, except temporary excesses in the permissible aggregate limit not exceeding Rs. 250. (iii) Expenditure on the purchase of imported military stores shall be subject to such rules as have been or may be made in this regard by the Secretary of State, and no purchases not covered ...

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    existing wall in the area marked B in the plan but the ®ost of this work can be met from my current grant for repairs under "office Allowance"* The old wall is in a very bad state and had it iiot been for the pending negotiations would in fact have been due for partial reconstruction two years ago. 4* Except ...

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    February 1939. 2. The Ooverruaent of India are pleased to aaotion »- (A) the propoaed oeesion of Uie ... subject to the condition that the Municipality will pay to the CJoTerouiant of India 3,000 Male equivalent ... be oredited to Central Revenues and the fact reported to the Oovemaent of India in due course. (B) ...

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    800/- subject to the condition that the expenditure involved is met from your Office Allowance ^jrant for 1939-40. The expenditure on this account is divisible in moieties between the Oovemnant ot India and Kis ... to the Ucvernoent of India ...

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    General, Meshed. Copy to FOR USE BY DEPARTMENTS ONLY. Minute . Draft letter to Foreign Office concurring ...

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    to co-operate in improvements specially enjoined by the Shah. The Foreign Office consider that the charge should be met ^ and the Government of India agree. A draft letter to the Foreign Office concurring ...

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    NO Xb d. ^ FROM SECRETARY, POLITICAL AMD SECRET DEPT. INDIA OFFICE of Viscount Halifax, that after consultation with the Government of India he concurs in the proposal to authorise the expenditure of Rials ... <3 Draft Paper. . 4-Uox] political Department. The Under Secretary of State, Foreign Office, S. W. ...

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    officer of the Department.] No.F.102-i/38. June To Secretary of State for India, India Office, London ... 4 GOVERNMENT OF INDIA. Jxternal .ii-: ir|)epartment. P. Si. 4162 i Jn*J* EXPRESS LETTER (AIR ... of India, bs ...

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    person by name but to— “ The Under-Secretary of State,” Foreign Office, London, S.W.l. Sir, INDIA DIREHt Foreign Office. 3. W. 1. 18th May, 1938. aR I am directed hy Viscount Halifax to transmit herewith, to he ... in this connexion* India Office* ...

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    in dad oou*s« with India ...

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    V * INDEXED In any further communication on this suUer/; pleasesunt*' , no. «'y3&6/&2’6m3j/ and address— not to any person by nameSbwzKo — / “The Under-Secretary of State,” Foreign Office, London, S.W. ... of the under-mentioned paper. 7/^ Foreign Office, ^ R , T 193 . Reference to previous correspondence : Description ...

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    (512/2/36) of 8 th June, 1936. Cor>y also sent to INDIA No. 142 Despatch from His Majesty’s Consul-General ...

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    to communicate with his London Head Office before any agreement as to compensation etc., could be arrived at. 4. ... would require reference both to India and London before an equitable settlement could be effected. 5. ... forwarded to the Government of India in the Foreign and Political Department under endorsement No. 146 ...

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    P.Z.5919/1935 / From - The Addl. Deputy Secretary to the Government of India in the Foreign ... the 8th August 1935. Proposed increase in the Khorasan and zahidan office allowance grants owing ... of India have had under consideration the following alternative proposals:- (a) Fixation of a portion ...

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    in the office allowance grants, if considered necessary, may be forwarded to the Government of India in due ... that you have already overdrawn the office allowance grant for the first quarter of the current year. The Government of India are pleased to regularise this overdrawal, but this should not be construed ...

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    Sxpenditure is divisible in moieties between His Uajesty*s Government *nd Government of India. ...

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    and address, not to any person by name. but to— “The Under-Secretary of State,” Foreign Office, London, S.W. i. o Sir, 5tn February, 1935. Witn reference to India Office letter No. P.Z. 7438/34 of 9til January ... concurs in the proposal set out in the letter from the Government of India to the India Office of 28th ...

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    subject, and let us know when a reply may be expected ? J • G* la i thv# its, 3 s QUi re, C*I*S*, India Office, LONDON. ...

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    . Diplomatic and Consular Expenditure Government of India recommend repairs to Consulate-General at Meshed ... to Foreign Office asking for concurrence and acceptance by them of a moiety of the cost. ttl'EROVED JOIN'" ...

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    with the Government of India’s letter below (P.Z.7438/34), supports the recommendation but reduces the estimate ... between Indian and Imperial revenues. It is necessary therefore to secure Foreign Office concurrence ... to the Foreign Office is submitted. Accounta nt-General, Secre tary, Finance Dept. , Do you concur ? Vt. ...

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    the Meshed buildings. Sir, I am directed by the Secretary of \a Go*au\ State for India to refer to the express letter from the Government of India dated 28th November 1934, No.F.275-A/34,on the above subject, a copy of which was enclosed with India Office printed letter of the 12th December 1934, No^7438/34. ...

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    and think it necessary I should apprise the Government of India of the true state of affairs. 3. Bor ... really beyond the normal repairs for v/hich provision is made in the Office Allowance, and I had hoped, ...

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    for can be decreased to Bs.7>250 if the Government of India be pleased to allot me Bs. 3000 /- ... that the Govern ment of India will be pleased to sanction by telegram a sum of Us.3000/- immediately, ... in the Office Allowance Grant, since unlike the Gulf Residency, provision for repairs is, in the case ...

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    dated the 4th October 1934. ' I India Office unc ex' 2. express letter to -do- No.F.275-4/34, dated ... GOVERNMENT OF INDIA. Foreign & Political Department. A "70 4 o o EXPRESS LETTER (AIR MAIL). [N.B. ... of a telegram. It is authenticated by the signature of a responsible officer of the Department.] No.F. 27 5-A/34. ...

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    to the Government of India in the Foreign and political Department, New Delhi. Estimates for Special Works to he ... that they be remade without delay. 3. The Office Allowance Grant for the Meshed Consulate General has recently been ... and it is requested that / „ ■ > the Government of India will be pleased to sanction the sum of Bs.8,825/-. 4. ...

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    -Biawas# Aasisvant Secretary to the Government of India ...

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    to the Government of India, TO: His Majesty’s Under-Secretary of State for India, London. Dated SIMLA, the 24th ... and (b) in paragraph 3 of Major Daly’s Memorandum. 2. As regards alternative (c) the Government of India ... cases in the manner suggested in Major Daly’s proposal (c)(2), the Government of India would have ...

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    - — \ to do so may kindly "be accorded. 4. A copy of this letter is "being sent to His Majesty’s Minister, Tehran. I have, &c., (Sgd.) W.K. FRASER-TYTLER. for Foreign Secretary to the Government of India. ...

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    separately owned enclosure in py them. According to a plan on record in this office INDIA FOREIGN SECRETARY'S ... 's Gonsuf Sistan *1 and Kain, to the Deputy Secretary to the Government of India In the Foreign ... of India are of opinion that, under the circumstances, formal notice is necessary, I would submit ...

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    and as previously explained to the Government of India, owing to the fact that there is no other freehold land ...

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    SIPEXED ^ Oopy t0 In< l i a Office and. Tehran). 1 Oonfide ntial . His Hritannic Maieat.v’o ... in Khorasan. '\r Trie foreign Secretary to the Government of India ( foreign and Political Department, * Simla ... granted in view of the intention of the Government of India to limit the period of employment and to thus ...

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    of India servants, who are on Foreign service. This amounts to the equivalent of an official in service in India being allowed travelling allowance to the port of embarkation on leave - a privilege which is not enjoyed in India & seems unreason able to allow to a Foreigner. 5. As long as the present arrangement ...

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    recommend that his appointment be terminated. If the Government of India be pleased to approve ...

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    4- His services have to he dispensed with under the Betrench- nent scheme. Ihe Government of India ... could be selected in due course, but as long as Khorasaan and Sistan be supervised by one Officer ... servant, Sd. O.K. Daly, Major, Offg. Consul General & Agent to the Government of India in Khorasan* ...

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    The Under Secretary to the Government of India in the Foreign and political Department, His Majestys Consul General and A&ent of the Government of India in Khorasan, Meshed. Memorandum No:F.154-E/. ... to them. 3. The Government of India are pleased to fix the following scale of emoluments for the new post ...

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    f-n/Cr } Oopy of a letter Wo. 1328/34/6, dated tbe 26tti -7^1 November 1931, from His Majesty’s Consul G-eneral and Agent of the -Government of India in Khorasan, Meshed, to the .Foreign Secretary to the (xoveraraent of India, Hew Delhi. I* have the honour to report for tne information of G-overnment ...

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    Copy of a memo rendu m No •484^/l7J2^5» ds^ed the 4 th May 1931, from ttx Hie Majesty’s Consul General and Agent of the Government of Inaia in Khorasan, to the Under Secretary to the Government of India in the Foreign and Political Uepart- Fire extinguishers for the Consulate General , Reference your ...

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    Government of India, foreign and Political Department* E XPRjSSS LB TIER* Prom To Poreigny Simla | 3r itconstil, Meshed. Mo.P.82-A/3i* Dated .Simla, June 1931 Pire extinguisher for the Consulate ... in paragraph 2 of the Government of India,Foreign and Political Department, memorandum &o•F*82—^/3i, dated ...

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    through the government of India on the same terms as I would get from the Office of Works. 5. To meet ... No. 210/172/3 ary, 1931, from His Majesty's Consul oe the Government of India in Khorasan, Meshed, to the Foreign Secretary to the Government of India, New Delhi. ifL Subject:- Fire Extinguisher for the consulate ...

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    Fran - The Under Secretary to the Goverru/ent of India in the Foreign and Political Department, To - His Majesty’s Consul General and A^ent to the Govern!.lent of India in hhomsan. Memorandum No. ... Mo.DIO/171/3, dated the 28th February 1931, 2, The Government of India are advisee- that for ordi nary buildincs ...

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    the expenditure, should be reported to the csovernment of India. 4. If funds are available locally an Indent ... S. C. Gupta, Under Secretary to the Goverrmeint of India. ...

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