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After election debacle, Wattoo resigns as PPP's central Punjab president Manzoor Ahmed Wattoo talking to media persons. Manzoor Wattoo on Tuesday resigned from his position of Pakistan Peoples Party's central Punjab president, saying after the party'
Anti-Kalabagh dam (KBD) lobby in Pakistan has successfully scuttled plans to construct KBD which is technically most feasible, economically viable and beneficial for all the four provinces. ANP in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) has doggedly opposed
Diversity and divisions within south Punjab sooba' Nawab Salahuddin Abbasi, Nawab of Bhawalpur...The new party was to strive for the revival of the old Bahawalpur state reincarnated as a province. It was to consist of the three southern most
The Upper House of the parliament on Wednesday 'unanimously' passed the Twenty-Fourth Constitutional Amendment Bill 2013 to create new province of Junoobi Punjab amid walkout by PML-N and the National Party...Law Minister Farooq Naik termed it a
President Asif Ali Zardari said on Tuesday that some non-political forces were trying to divert people's attention from real issues facing the country but the government was determined to solve all problems. Speaking at a ceremony after the
Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Punjab president Mian Manzoor Ahmed Wattoo on Saturday said that the bill for the creation of south Punjab province will be presented in the Senate before March 16 and will also be approved by the National Assembly.
Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Dr Tahirul Qadri said that he was in favour of establishment of South Punjab province and announced to create 15 to 20 new provinces consisting of one or two divisions if they come into power. Addressing a public
Live discussion on Seraiki province February 19, 2013 Should Seraiki identity be the basis for the administrative restructuring of Punjab? Many believe that restructuring Pakistan into smaller units will lead to better administration, but what should
The current Punjab government, which consists of the PML-N, has carried out some noteworthy projects but are these projects only noteworthy or are they remarkable also? The question is: what has the Punjab government done under the leadership of
The parliamentary commission on new provinces was made controversial enough by the fact that it was not consensual, as it did not have the PML-N members attending, but was made more controversial by the fact that the province in favour of which it