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They said the merged areas had been cleared of militants and peace had been restored there, thus there was no need to postpone the polls in the region.
Hyderabad BISE postpones exams amid protests by teachers, staff
Writing on Twitter, the band said: "Due to an unforeseen illness, we regrettably are left with no choice but to postpone the following upcoming tour dates: Jan 24th: Glasgow, Barrowlands, Jan 25th: Newcastle, O2 Academy, Jan 26th: Liverpool, Mountford Hall
The trouble began in October when he had to postpone his show at Madison Square Garden in New York City, ( Entertainment Tonight  reported.
Voter Imran Butt submitted an application through his counsel requesting the court to postpone the election in NA-127, arguing that the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) had postponed elections in NA-60 after PML-N candidate Hanif Abbasi was disqualified and sent to jail by a special court a few days earlier.
LHC had dismissed Rasheeds petition on Monday and maintained its decision to postpone the elections in the constituency.
Still, the move to postpone the elections, even if it is a Palace-certified measure, may face a stumbling block in the Senate.
Malacanang said it is up to Congress to decide whether to postpone the elections again.
Although it is a known fact that the cabinet does not have a constitutional or legal right to postpone general elections or extend the lifespan of the elected positions, it was understood that the government would initiate a legal process to amend the Constitution to postpone the general elections and subsequently to extend the lifespan of the elected positions.
Old Sturbridge Village will decide before noon Friday whether to postpone Independence Day fireworks there Friday at dusk.
He sent MPs a request to postpone the discussions so he could be present.
If strikes in Bangladesh intensify, then there are chances to postpone further exams in both Bangladesh and Saudi Arabia.