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Independent Baloch senator joins PPP : March 10, 2015, 5:04 am
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Elected from Islamabad, Senator Rahila returns to Sindh

HYDERABAD: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz Senator Dr Rahila Magsi — who has recently been elected to the upper house of parliament from Islamabad — has said that her nomination papers were rejected because Sindh's rulers and former president Asif ... DAWN Group, 1 week ago
Pakistan Lawmakers Hold Elections For New Senators Radio Free Europe, 3 weeks ago
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Pakistan Today

Govt struggles to bring all on board

The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday struggled to lobby support for the proposed 22nd Constitutional Amendment from the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) as ...
 Pakistan Today1 month ago Shujaat told not to support 22nd amendment  The Gulf Today4 weeks ago Plans to amend Senate voting in Pakistan falter  Gulf News4 weeks ago Retailers to benefit as govt rolls back some taxes: report  Pakistan Today1 month ago

Pakistan ruling party gains in Senate polls

Home News Article M Mar 06 2015 Friday, Mar 06, 2015 Islamabad: The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), the party of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, won 18 out 48 Senate seats contested, according to complete unofficial results available yesterday.
 Zawya.com3 weeks ago Pakistan ruling party gains in parliament upper house  Turkish Weekly3 weeks ago PML-N poised to grab majority in Pakistan Senate polls  Khaleej Times3 weeks ago Senate poll today in Pakistan amid reports of vote buying  Khaleej Times3 weeks ago
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The Nation Pakistan

PPP stands high in Senate slots contest

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) is pitched against heavy odds and it seems quite difficult for the ruling alliance to attain the required number to get its men installed in the priced slots of chairman and deputy chairman of Senate.
 The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago Nawaz Sharif's PML-N wins 18 out of 48 senate seats  Times of India3 weeks ago Reining in horses  Daily Times1 month ago In the fray: Many PML-N bigwigs eyeing Senate ticket  The Express Tribune1 month ago

Pakistan: PML-N leads rigging-stained Senate elections

Ruling Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) captured more seats than any other party as rigging stained elections for Senate, the Upper House of the Parliament, partially concluded here. According to unofficial results of Senate elections from Sindh, Punjab and ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago
New Eastern Outlook

Pakistan: Results of the Upper House Elections

deputies of provincial legislative assemblies elected senators to vacant seats of the Upper House of Parliament. The main political party, the oppositional Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and the ruling Pakistan Muslim League (PML N) received almost ...
 New Eastern Outlook1 week ago Senate poll in Pakistan reinforces the cynicism  Times of Oman2 weeks ago Pakistan: Elections to the Upper House of Parliament Traditions and Challenges  New Eastern Outlook2 weeks ago Senate elections: PML(N) bags most of the seats  Business Recorder3 weeks ago
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Polling Ends in Pak Senate Elections

Polling in Pakistan ended today for elections to parliament's upper house in the national and provincial assemblies with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's ruling PML-N vying to get a majority across 48 seats. The final results for 44 seats are ...
 Outlook India3 weeks ago Polling ends in Pakistan Senate elections  ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago Lawmakers to elect 50 Senators today  The Gulf Today3 weeks ago
Samaylive

Polling underway for Pak Senate elections

Islamabad: Polling for Pakistan parliament's upper house was today underway in the national and provincial assemblies with as many as 132 candidates in the fray for 48 seats as the ruling PML-N is vying to get a majority in the Senate. The polling ...
 ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago Polling Gets Underway for Pakistan Senate Elections  New Indian Express3 weeks ago Polling underway for Pakistan Senate elections  Economic Times3 weeks ago
DAWN Group

MQM headquarters raided in Pakistan

Pakistani women react to the arrest of their family members during a raid at the office of the MQM in Karachi on Wednesday. AP Pakistan paramilitary Rangers on Wednesday raided the headquarters of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) in Karachi and recovered ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago 513  DAWN Group2 weeks ago
The Nation Pakistan

Imran threatens fresh anti-govt street protests

Islamabad (Online): Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan Thursday warned if PTI again took to the streets, then government would find it difficult to survive. Talking to reporters here at his Bani Gala house, he reiterated that ...
 Frontier Post2 months ago Imran threatens anti-govt fresh street protests  Online News Pakistan2 months ago PTI in no mood to visit Parliament  The Nation Pakistan2 months ago
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