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As the opposition was not present in the house, the PPP lawmakers also passed two more bills The Sohail University Bill, 2017 and The University of Modern Sciences, Tando Muhammad Khan Bill, 2017 without any hindrance.
Second reason mentioned as cause of hindrance in FBR investigations was related to legal framework mechanisms which bind foreign jurisdictions to exchange information with Pakistan, weren't also available.
He termed the charges of assault against Delhi Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash to be 'false' and further instigated the public to kill and injure the bureaucrats, who cause hindrance in the working of Aam Aadmi Party.
I really appreciate those countries, societies and parents who allow their daughters to get education without any hindrance.
Ayaz Sadiq said the rise of xenophobia and Islamophobia is the most alarming threat to global harmony and a major hindrance to socio-economic development, prosperity and peace.
We were especially interested in finding how the two types of stress, namely, challenge and hindrance, influenced the academic achievement of college students (business and other majors) and how the students' proactive personality moderated the stress-performance relationship.
A first attempt at 3m proved no hindrance to the Pat Flynn-trained no hindrance to the Pat Gusty Rocky in the feature handicap hurdle and a classy success means he goes up 10lb to a mark of 131.
Saying that the people have spoken clearly and resoundingly, Senator Antonio Trillanes III said on Tuesday that he would not be a hindrance to reforms that Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte plans to initiate in government.
A few days later a public school headmaster said Welsh is a hindrance to educational advancement.
A total of 37 hindrance cases have been filed by sons against their fathers over the past eight months across the Kingdom, local media said.
SABINE Lisicki exited the Aegon Classic in controversial fashion accusing opponent Alison Riske of breaking tennis's hindrance rule.
He added that the ruling removes all hindrance for municipal machinery to demolish the women's prayer area, as well as 80 percent of the entire mosque, which, along with the Jewish cemeteries, is located in an area fully controlled by the Jordanian Ministry of Al-Waqf and Islamic Affairs.
Egypt's minister of industry and foreign trade has said closing stores in the country at 10pm of an evening will be a benefit rather than a hindrance.
But if you looked at the atmosphere and what the players gave in the home qualifying game with Nacional, I don't think you would have seen it as a hindrance then.
RALLYING: Mikko Hirvonen hopes running first on the road will not prove too much of a hindrance when the Rally of Mexico gets under way today.