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UNITED NATIONS, Aug 22 (APP): At the United Nations Security Council today Pakistan urged the Council to make full use of the preventive diplomacy tools at its disposal under Chapter VI "especially mediation, arbitration, inquiry, judicial settlement, involvement of regional organizations,the Secretary General's good offices" to defuse tensions and  to resolve conflicts that were simmering just below the surface but threaten to explode.


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PTI issues list of ticket holders for reserved seats PDF Print E-mail
KARACHI, April 1 (APP): The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has issued  the priority list of its ticket holders for the seats reserved for women and minorities in the National Assembly and the Sindh Assembly from Sindh province.
The priority list of the candidates is as under:
Women seats (National Assembly)
1.   Nazia Rubbani
2.   Tehmina Khattak
3.   Nusrat Wahid
4.   Sumera Kalwar
5.   Shehnaz Khalid
6.   Naz Baloch
7.   Adeeba Arif
8.   Irum Butt
9.   Zunera Malik
10.  Ghazala Saifee

Women seats (Provincial Assembly):
1. Dr. Shagufta Samejo
2. Dr. Seema Zia
3. Rehana Sardar
4. Ambreen Sethi
5. Mrs. Raheela Farooque
6. Shaheen Shaikh
7. Anila Sidhu
8. Shabana
9. Ghazala Afghan
10.Nadia Humayun
11.Saira Khalid
12.Semeena Salun
13.Bushra Alvi

Minorities:
1.    Teekam Das Aswani
2.    Deewan Sachal Lakhwani
3.    Dharmindar Kumar
 

     

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