A bombing outside a polling station in the city of Quetta in western Pakistan killed at least 30 people, according to officials, as voting began in a pivotal national election.
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AT LEAST 25 people have been killed in a blast on a police van in Pakistan, hours after polling stations for the country’s general election opened – but what time does voting end today?
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Pakistan is all set to hold General Election on July 25, with over 1,2000 candidates vying for 270 national and 570 provincial assembly seats.
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Reacting to reports about the three bags full of National Computerized Identity Cards (CNIC) found in Lahore, The Election Commission of Pakistan has said the CNICs were expired and couldn’t be use by voters.
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Pakistan is on edge as voters go to the polls today in national elections — if the vote goes smoothly, it’ll be only the second time since Pakistan became independent 70 years ago that power has been transferred peacefully from one government to another.
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