LAHORE: The Lahore High Court on Wednesday expressed dismay
over absence of law on appointment of Pemra chairman in an petition challenging order of a single bench wherein Absar Alam was removed as the authority chief .
New Delhi [India], Feb 21 ( ANI ): Expressing dismay
over the extension of the State of Emergency in The Maldives, India said the consequent delay in the resumption of the political process and the continuing suspension of the functioning of democratic institutions, including the judiciary is likely to further delay restoration of normalcy.
On Saturday, when counsel for two of the four accused Advocate Murtaza Shah appeared in court, Judge Munir Lodhi expressed his dismay
over repeated pleas for adjournment of the case.
The religious leaders expressed their dismay
with the tragic state of the two churches and the lack of urgent action for their reinforcement despite their joint efforts under the auspices of the Embassy of Sweden.
During the hearing Wildlife presented the report regarding cutting of trees on which the apex court expressed dismay
The Division Bench also expressed concern and dismay
over University of Sindh and said that those subjects were being taught which were not incorporated in the syllabus and the students just possessed degrees instead of knowledge while the girl students are being harassed in the campus.
me that so much of the work that should be before the court is being handled by the police in terms of cautions.
Summary: China's Yunnan province has hosted its annual mud festival - to the dismay
of the regional police who are often targets of a smearing.
WE in Flint are filled with dismay
and apprehension that the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board decided too close the minor injuries unit at our community hospital until April of this year without informing or having dialogue with our Town Council.
In a statement, President Sarkozy said he had "learned with dismay
of the terrorist attack that took place today in Marrakech.
He writes: "I can only share in the dismay
and the sense of betrayal that so many of you have experienced.
That's when I ran across the note from Chris "The Liberal" (Speak Out, Nov/Dec 2009) who said he was cancelling his subscription "much to your dismay