honorarium


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honorarium

A sum of money given to a person of importance to thank the person for her or his time and trouble
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Before the Fata-KP merger, the elders used to get honorarium in accordance with their status in own tribes and his personal services rendered for the then political administration.
The audit report for financial year 2016-17 showed that nearly 16 officers of grade-21 and 22 were paid Rs10.2 million in budget honorariums by former finance minister Ishaq Dar.
He said during 2001 he was also a councillor but none of the councillor was paid honorarium but now as local government minister such issue was raised he has announced for honorarium.
Talking to ANI, DGP Singh,"Keeping in mind the work and service by the Special Police Officers (SPOs) of Jammu and Kashmir Police, Government of India has accepted Jammu and Kashmir's proposal to increase their honorarium," he said.
He further said that this matter has been sent to the cabinet which will announce the decision regarding the honorarium in the meeting.
The award consists of a $1,000 honorarium, a bronze medal, and a certificate.
With an eye on the Assembly polls, the monthly honorarium of the Nyay Mitras has been increased from ` 2,500 to ` 7,000.
The author first reviews the honoraria jurisprudence and investigates how honorarium payments interact with the interests of the class members and the need for representative plaintiffs to provide adequate representation for the class.
George councillor John Wheat took in the lowest compensation of $23,618.77 composed of $20,515.36 in honorarium, $391.72 in benefits and $2,711.69 in expenses.
The Armstrong/Kahn Award carries a $1,000 honorarium. The Armstrong/Kahn Award is selected by a committee of the Appraisal Journal Editorial Board and review panels as appointed by the Editor-in-Chief.
I RECENTLY read that Cleveland Police Chief Constable Sean Price (pictured right) receives a pounds 50,000 retention package, honorarium of pounds 24,000 and pounds 74,000 salary, raising his income to pounds 200,000.
The chair receives an annual honorarium; the deputy chair, treasurer and committee chairs also receive an annual fee for their additional responsibilities.