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By-elections on 35 national, provincial assemblies’ seats today

ISLAMABAD: By-elections in 35 constituencies of national and provincial assemblies will be held on Sunday. Three hundred and seventy candidates are in the run for the elections to be held on eleven national assembly and twenty four provincial assemblies' seats. Polling will begin at 8:00 pm in the morning and continue till 5:00 pm without any break. The election commission of Pakistan has completed all the arrangements for the smooth conduct of the polls. Ballot papers have been handed over to the presiding…

With 33 reserved seats, PTI’s National Assembly tally rises to 158

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has secured 28 reserved seats for women and five for minorities in the National Assembly. This was announced on Saturday through a notification issued by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) for successful members of national and provincial assemblies on reserved seats for women and minorities. The National Assembly has 342 seats. Of these, 272 are filled by direct elections. While, the reserved 10 seats for religious minorities and 60 seats for women are filled by…

Elections 2018: Unofficial results of provincial assembly seats start pouring in

KARACHI: Unofficial and unconfirmed results of a large number of provincial assembly seats have been received as more are pouring in. Chief Election Commissioner Muhammad Raza Khan congratulated the people of Pakistan for participating in a “democratic polling process”, and expressed gratitude for the polling staff across the country as well as the security personnel deployed on Wednesday. Unofficial results of provincial assembly seats are as follows: Punjab PP-200 (Multan-VII) Winner: Riaz Ahmed,…

West Indies, Pakistan awarded seats on ICC’s executive

MELBOURNE: West Indies cricket president James Cameron and Pakistan board chairman Najam Sethi have been awarded seats on the International Cricket Council's new executive committee, but South Africa has been snubbed from the game's new world order. The five-member executive committee is one of a raft of sweeping reforms that have entrenched cricket's dominant economic powers India, England and Australia and, according to critics, at the expense of weaker ICC members and second tier Associate nations. India, England and …