ISLAMABAD, May 9, 2012: Low attendance of Members, late starts, Points of Order interrupting regular proceedings and a brief discussion on law and order marked the Sindh Assembly’s 35th session as it adopted a Resolution backing the Prime Minister as democratically elected chief executive, says aDetails
A report based on the monitoring of 74 health facilities in as many districts across Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, May 8: Of the 74 districts monitored in February, five reported 189 incidents of child mortality as compared to the preceding month when 157 children died in seven districts. Also, 51Details
ISLAMABAD, May 8, 2012: As the PMLN continued protest over the Prime Minister’s conviction in the contempt case, the sixth sitting of Senate’s 81st session, which met for two hours and 22 minutes, witnessed low attendance of Senators.Details
ISLAMABAD, May 8, 2012: Starting 120 minutes behind schedule, the ninth sitting of Sindh Assembly’s 35th session, which met for three hours and 45 minutes on Tuesday, debated the law and order in the province for 40 minutes. The sitting was marked by low attendance – 20 legislators were present at the start while 63…Details
ISLAMABAD, May 8, 2012: The third sitting of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly’s 25th session, which met for an hours and 50 minutes, on Tuesday passed the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Local Government Bill 2012 and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Cessation of Payment of Arrears on Advance Increments on HigherDetails
ISLAMABAD, May 7, 2012: Starting 38 minutes behind scheduled time the fifth sitting of the Upper House, which met for three hours and 37 minutes, witnessed two walkouts on Monday. PMLN Senators again protested over the issue of the Prime Minister’s conviction in the contempt case and boycotted the proceedings.Details
ISLAMABAD, May 7, 2012: Starting 108 minutes behind schedule, the eighth sitting of Sindh Assembly’s 35th session, which met for four hours and two minutes on Monday, passed the Sindh Teachers Education Development Authority Bill 2012. The sitting was marked by low attendance – 18 legislators were present at the start while 55 were there…Details
ISLAMABAD, May 7, 2012: The second sitting of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly’s 25th session, which met for two hours and eight minutes, adopted a Resolution on Monday calling for giving the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) representation in the House.
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ISLAMABAD, May 7, 2012: The National Assembly’s first session of the fifth parliamentary year from April 25 to May 4 witnessed a chaotic start, leaving 76% of the Agenda items unaddressed, says a Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) preliminary report on Monday.
ISLAMABAD, May 7, 2012: Incidents of violence, heavy presence of police inside and outside polling stations, restrictions on FAFEN observation, suspicious voting patterns underlined the by-elections in PP-243 and PP-245 in Dera Ghazi Khan on Monday, said Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) in its Preliminary By-Election Observation Report.Details