KARACHI – The elected representatives should facilitate and help out the poverty survey teams in their respective constituencies to achieve the desired results under the Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP), said Sindh Culture Minister Sassui Palijo on Monday. She said this during a meeting with BISP Sindh Director General Akbar Aleem Shamim at her office. MPAs Amanullah Mehsood, Shama Arif Mithani, Farzana Baloch and Najma Saeed Chawla attended the meeting. Palijo – also the BISP
LAHORE – Ahmer Mallick was elected as president and Sajjad Asgher secretary general of Punjab Table Tennis Association here on Sunday. The annual general council and election meeting of the association was held here at the committee room of the Sports Board Punjab at the National Hockey Stadium.
All the affiliated districts of the association attend the meeting and the elected panel and the executive body elected nine-members as executive member from different districts. The
SAHIWAL – Muhammad Hussain Saghla, backed by PPP, won the slot of president in the annual election of Sahiwal District Bar Association. According to details, Muhammad Hussain Saghla secured 379 votes and was elected president with the support of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader Mehar Kutb-ud-Din Tariq advocate. His opponents Mian Muhammad Aslam and Rana Tahir Saeed secured 306 and 161 votes, respectively. Qadir Mann was elected vice president, securing 435 votes. Qasim Bashir
LAHORE – Shaukat Javed and Khawar Shah were elected as president and secretary general of the SAARC Baseball Federation on Saturday.
Their election came in a meeting of the representatives of South Asia Baseball playing countries on Saturday at the National Hockey Stadium, Lahore.
The representatives of Afghanistan Sri Lanka, India, Nepal and Pakistan attended the election meeting of the South Asia Baseball Federation.
The newly-elected officials promised to hold the
LAHORE – Faisal Saleh Hayat has become the first ever Pakistani to have been elected to the executive committee of the Asian Football Confederation. The 24th Congress of AFC held at Doha Qatar Thursday confirmed Mohamed Bin Hammam as the AFC President for a third term after he was elected unopposed.
Bin Hammam, who became AFC President in 2002, was the only candidate in the election and his victory was confirmed by acclamation from the delegates representing the AFC’s 46 Member