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  • FBISE may compensate students for lenghty MCQs

    The students have been complaining that multiple choice questions (MCQs) of the mathematics paper were too lengthy and could not be solved within the stipulated time...

    Sources said during the meeting, it transpired that three MCQs were too lengthy and it was difficult for the students to solve them in one minute time allocated for each question...

  • Govt reveals plans to amend Articles 62, 63

    The matter came up during debate on amendments proposed by Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) lawmaker Sheikh Salahuddin who sought an amendment to section 231 of the bill, which reads: “The qualifications and disqualifications for a person to be elected or chosen or to remain a member of the parliament or a provincial assembly shall be such as provided in Articles 62 and 63 [of the Constitution]...

    ”He wanted to add the words “but the...

  • ARTICLES OF DISCORD

    It was during the confirmation of her candidacy for a reserved seat in the Punjab Assembly back in April, 2013, that Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) nominee Sadia Sohail Rana and her husband received an unsolicited lesson in family ethos and parenting at the hands of provincial election commissioner Mehboob Anwar...

    “Do you want me to rec…?”Article 62 and Article 63 of the Pakistan Constitution are once again in the limelight after...

  • Fazl declines to support removal of Articles 62, 63

    LAHORE: Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam (F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Wednesday called on former prime minister Nawaz Sharif at his Jati Umra residence but declined to support his endeavour to have Articles 62 and 63 expunged from the Constitution...

    While he did not face the media after meeting Mr Sharif, sources say Fazlur Rehman did not give his consent to support the PML-N in removing Articles 62 and 63...

  • Problematic articles

    So, this gap must be filled proactively even if Articles 58 and 62 differ in potency...

    The writer is a senior fellow with UC Berkeley and heads INSPIRING Pakistan, a progressive policy unit...

  • Sharif refused to change Articles 62, 63: ANP chief

    PESHAWAR: Awami National Party (ANP) chief Asfandyar Wali Khan says Pakistan Muslim League-N leader Nawaz Sharif has become victim of the articles of the Constitution the ANP wanted to change but the former prime minister vehemently refused...

    “Articles 62 and 63 relating to sagacity and righteousness of a parliamentarian as in the 1973 Constitu­tion could not be misused but later Gen Ziaul Haq made them dangerous through changes,”...

  • Smuggled articles seized

    The anti-smuggling squad of Sialkot Customs under the supervision of Deputy Collector Asdaq Afzal seized the smuggled articles being supplied to Gujranwala from Afghanistan, Iran, China and India...

  • Collection of Prem Shivani’s articles, poems launched

    MITHI: A compilation of the literary works and published articles by known journalist, social worker, writer and poet of Tharparkar Prem Shivani was launched at a well-attended ceremony held in Malhan Har Veena village near here on Sunday evening...

    Later, speaking to local journalists at the residence of late singer Sadiq Fakeer, he said he was seriously considering to return to Pakistan and carry forward his father’s mission... ...

  • PTI chief wants Articles 62, 63 enforced

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan said on Tuesday that Articles 62 and 63 of the Constitution should be enforced in letter and spirit, regardless of how many parliamentarians would be affected adversely by it...

    At a press conference, the PTI chairman said Articles 62 and 63 should be enforced even if each and every parliamentarian was disqualified as a result...

  • Parties accuse each other of backtracking on Articles 62, 63

    ISLAMABAD: Members of the country’s three major political parties — the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, Pakistan Peoples Party and Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf — on Wednesday accused each other of changing their stance and backtracking from commitments to amend controversial Articles 62 and 63 of the Constitution...

    Briefing reporters after presiding over an in-camera meeting of the sub-committee of the Parliamentary Committee on Electoral...

  • Panamagate hearing: disqualification of PM under Articles 62 and 63 not possible, counsel argues

    Quoting Articles 62 and 63, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's counsel, Makhdoom Ali Khan, said that the requirements for the conviction and disqualification of the premier have not been met...

    The counsel was referring to a September 2015 Supreme Court ruling wherein the apex court had suspended a decision made by an election tribunal to de-seat Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) candidate Muhammad Siddique Khan Baloch...

  • Articles 62, 63 need scrutiny, argues PM lawyer

    Senior counsel Makhdoom Ali Khan, who is defending the prime minister, also cited a 2015 Supreme Court case in which Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf leader Ishaq Khakwani had sought disqualification of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for his alleged misstatement of facts in the National Assembly on Aug 29, 2014...

    Against the backdrop of the PTI-led 126-day sit-in in 2014, the prime minister had stated that his administration would never ask the...

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