Pharmaceutical review (http://www.pharmareview .wordpress.com ); Malik Muhammad Waheed Chief Election Commissioner Pakistan Pharmacist Federation has requested to the executive members to cast their right of vote in favor of any executive member or proposed names before January 31, 2014. In exercise of the description conferred by Sub-section-III; clause 11-36 of the constitution (http://pharmafed.wordpress.com/constitution/), only executive members are entitled to cast their vote. All the executive members are supposed to be the candidates and voters simultaneously. The vote can be cast via ballot paper, email, SMS (text) or direct contact/ talk at 0300 951 5870. The fascimal and unidentifiable emails/ texts will be rejected. The ambiguous votes will be confirmed for their authenticity before final accounting. The result of the election will be disclosed and notified on February 1, 2014.
Pharmaceutical review (http://www.pharmareview .wordpress.com ); In exercise of the powers conferred by Sub-section-III; clause 11-36 of the constitution (http://pharmafed.wordpress.com/constitution/), Pakistan Pharmacist Federation has approved the panel of the Election Commission under the skilled headship of Malik Muhammad Waheed (Principle Noorani Institute of Paramedics; cell: 0300 951 5870). The Chief Election Commissioner is supposed to make sure an unbiased and fair election for session 2014-15. Hafiz Muhammad Kashif actign General Secretary Pakistan Pharmacist Federation has notificatified the appointment of Malik Muhammad Waheed and forwarded the official/ confidential information to complete the electoral procedure.
Pharmaceutical review (http://www.pharmareview .wordpress.com ); Pakistan Pharmacist Federation (www.pharmacistfed.com; www.pharmareview.wordpress.com) has successfully completed the session 2013-14. A final comprehensive and confidential report has submitted to explain mainly defined and targeted goals.
Now in exercise of the powers conferred by Sub-section-III; clause 11-36 of the constitution, Prof. Dr. Taha Nazir B.Pharm., M.Phil., Ph.D., president Pakistan Pharmacist Federation has approved an Election Commission to execute an unbiased and fair election. The panel of the Election Commission was designed by the executive council under the skilled headship of Malik Muhammad Waheed Principle Noorani Institute of Paramedics; 0300 951 5870. While, Prof. Dr. Fazal-e-Subhan, Dr. Jumshaid Ahmad (Sind) and Prof. Dr. Syed Umer Jan (Baluchistan) are appointed as provincial election coordinators.
Hence; the country wide members and executive members of the Pakistan Pharmacist Federation are requested to cooperate, support and help to the appointed “Election Commission” for a successful rendezvous of new headship, session 2014-15.
Pharmaceutical review (http://www.pharmareview .wordpress.com ); Pharmacist Alliance and Innovator Pharmacist have decided to build an effective coalition regarding the election of Pakistan Pharmacist Assocaiaotn (PPA) 2014 scheduled to be held on 1St March, 2014. They also have finalized the panel of contestants for all major elective positions. Dr. Taha Nazir B. Pharm., M. Phil., Ph.D Patron Pharmacist Alliance and Dr. Khalid Hussain M.Phil., Ph.D President Innovator Pharmacist site together on 16th January, 2014 in Lahore to envisage the most current professional issues. They also have chalked out the resolution of the upcoming confrontation along with contests, positions and electoral strategy.
Election schedule is as under;
Pharmaceutical review (www.pharmareview .wordpress.com ); The Pakistan Pharmacist Assocaiaotn (PPA) election 2013 scheduled to be held on 21st December, 2013 were postponed. The new polign/ voting date March 1, 2014 has been announced by Chief Election Commission Mr. Muazzam Ali Khan. The dead line date for registration is 20th January, 2014. Hence; all pharmacist are requested to get registration of PPA to elect a mandatory body of pharmacy profession. In case of any problem the pharmacist may contact to “Pharmacist Allaince” to address any issue/ problem.
The registration form is also available at following link;
Pharmaceutical Review (www.pharmareview.wordpress.com); Pakistan Pharmacist Federation wish a happy Eid Melad-un-Nabi to all pharmacists. We also hope, the preaching of Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) will be followed in personal and professional life.
Milad-un-Nabi observances differ among people following different schools of Islamic Jurisprudence (Fiqh). Some scholars forbid celebrations and even challenge the holiday’s legality in light of Sharia (Islamic law). Many Muslims do not believe in celebrating birthdays or anniversaries as there is no evidence from Prophet Mohammad’s life of such observances. On the other hand, many Islamic scholars believe that this day should be celebrated festively. There is a considerable number of Muslims that observe this day with utmost religious fervor.
The day starts off with an official 31-gun salute at the federal capital and a 21-gun salute in provincial headquarters. The national flag is hoisted on all major public buildings, governmental, non-governmental facilities, mosques and even households are tastefully decorated and colorfully illuminated at night.
Seerat conferences are organized at both federal and provincial levels where religious scholars and intellectuals come and shed light on the Prophet Muhammed’s life, sayings, teachings and philosophies. Naat (poetry written in praise of the Prophet) and Koran recitation competitions are also held where prizes are distributed among people who perform outstandingly in the above stated disciplines.
Many people also donate to charity. Food and sweets are distributed among the poor and the needy. Moreover, contributions are made to support orphanages, asylums for the physically and mentally challenged, and widows.
Special prayers are offered at mosques. Religious leaders and scholars preach the Prophet Muhammed’s teachings. Stories and incidents from his life of morals, such as forgiveness, kindheartedness, bravery, wisdom, honesty, and peace lovingness, are quoted.
Milad-un-Nabi congregations, rallies and processions also take place in major cities across Pakistan. These processions usually start from a central location (central mosques or locations of public prominence), pass through designated routes, and end at the starting point.