The Federal budget 2014–15 was the federal budget of Pakistan for the fiscal year beginning from 1 July 2014 and ending on 30 June 2015. Presented and submitted by Finance Minister Ishaq Dar on 30 June 2014 at the National Assembly, it was outlay ₨. 3.8tn. 4.3tn after several recommendations were inserted on 21 June 2014. This is the second federal budget submitted during the his cabinet. Effective economic policies of the previous budget crawled up the nation's GDP rate to 4.1% for the first time in the last six years. In addition, the per capita income grew at dismal 1.41% as the economic survey showed that the key indicator the tax-to-GDP ratio was again missed and stood at only 8.8%. The budget proposed a 10.0% relief in the salaries of government employees and an increase in the minimum monthly wage to ₨. 12,000 from ₨. 10,000. Under this budgetary program, the social security is being raised from ₨. 5000 to ₨.6000. Total revenue collection is approximated at the ₨. 3.943 tn, 10.1% up compared to the 2013–14.
Current expenditures are estimated at ₨. 3.937 tn and the allocation for Public Sector Development Programme for 2014–15 is ₨. 525 billion. The fiscal deficit is kept 4.9% in 2014–15 and total foreign loans Pakistan expects to receive is ₨.869 billion
Tunde Aladese is a Nigerian film actress and writer. In 2018, she received an Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role. Aladese has written scripts for Edge of Paradise and Hotel Majestic. In 2018, she was listed by YNaija as one of the 10 most powerful Nigerians under 40. In 2018, Aladese role in Kenneth Gyang's The Lost Café, got her nominated for best actress in a leading role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards. MTV Staying Alive Confusion Na Wa Hotel Majestic Lost Cafe 2013 Best Supporting actress - Nigeria Entertainment Awards 2015 Best Supporting Actress - Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards 2018 Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role Tunde Aladese on IMDb
Bargate is a hamlet in Derbyshire, England. It is a linear settlement as it has only one main road running through it: Belper Road which becomes Sandbed Lane runs from Holbrook to Openwoodgate. Bargate Road runs down to Belper from the junction of Sandbed Lane. Other roads include Highwood Avenue, Blackbird Row, The Croft and Bargate View, a development completed in 2008 with around 25 houses on the east side of Sandbed Lane. There is one pub in The White Hart, which serves a range of real ales. There used to be a post office, a general store, a butcher, a hairdresser and a pet shop but these no longer exist. There used to be a small grocery shop which doubled as a chip shop in the evenings; the nearest primary school is in Holbrook and the nearest secondary school is in Belper. Bargate is served by a bus service; the nearest train station is about 2 miles away in Belper. Media related to Bargate at Wikimedia Commons
The Communist Collective of Catalonia was a political organization in Catalonia. It was formed in 1977 as a split from the Communist Organization of Spain. Leaders of CCC included Antoni Montserrat, Maria Olivares and Consol Casals. CCC published Quaderns de Debat; the group contested the 1979 municipal elections with the candidature Comunistes de Catalunya, winning 14,529 votes but no seats. Most of the votes came from Barcelona Province. In the Barcelona City municipal election the candidature got 6,148 votes. In Badalona the group got 1,557 votes. In Girona Province the group only contested the Girona municipal election. With 0.09% of the Spanish vote, Comunistes de Catalunya was the most voted party which failed to win a single councillor seat. CCC took part in the National Liberation Left Bloc and in the founding of Left Nationalists in 1979
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