ISLAMABAD, May 4, 2012: Starting 97 minutes behind schedule, the seventh sitting of Sindh Assembly’s 35th session, which met for an hour and 23 minutes on Friday, discussed law and order in the province. Four PPPP Members spoke on the Motion on the law and order in the province. However MQM legislators did not take…Details
ISLAMABAD, May 4, 2012: The seventh sitting of the National Assembly’s 41st session on Friday, which lasted only 44 minutes, unanimously passed the National Commission for Human Rights Bill 2012. PMLN legislators again walked out of the House over the Supreme Court decision in the contempt case against the Prime Minister. They did not return to the House.Details
ISLAMABAD, May 4, 2012: The first sitting of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s 25th session, which met for 59 minutes, took up three call Attention Notices as the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Cessation of Payment of Arrears on Advance Increments on Higher Educational Qualification Ordinance 2012 was presented in the House onDetails
ISLAMABAD, May 4, 2012: PMLN Senators again boycotted the fourth sitting of the Senate’s 81st Session over the issue of the Prime Minister’s conviction in the contempt case as the House witnessed low attendance.
Only nine Senators were present at the start and 25 were there when the sitting, which lastedDetails
- Sweeteners, fruit, meat and cooked items register increase in prices
- Decline in prices of some pulses and condiments
A report based on prices at 175 retail outlets in 98 districts across Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, May 3: The prices of 34 commodities went up, 12 came down while six remained unchanged inDetails
ISLAMABAD, May 3, 2012: Starting an hour and 48 minutes behind schedule, the sixth sitting of Sindh Assembly’s 35th session, which met for three hours and 20 minutes on Thursday, passed a Resolution posing confidence in the Prime Minister. In the second Resolution the House reiterated its commitment to “uphold the freedom of press as…Details
ISLAMABAD, May 3, 2012: The third sitting of Senate’s 81st session witnessed a walkout by PMLN legislators demanding resignation of the Prime Minister after his conviction in the contempt case. The PMLN Senators did not return to the House. The House witnessed low attendance as only eight Senators were present at the start and 16 were there when the sitting was adjourned.Details
ISLAMABAD, May 2, 2012: The Upper House’s second sitting of the 81st session witnessed two walkouts on Wednesday.
PMLN Senators again walked out of the House after attending the proceedings for 15 minutes on the issue of Supreme Court’s verdict in theDetails