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2009: March 4: The PPP emerges as the largest party in the Senate after elections.
2009: March 12: Farooq Nike is elected as the Chairman of the Senate and Jan Muhammad Jamali as the Deputy Chairman of the Senate,
2009: March 17, The Presidency issues the official notification regarding the restoration of the deposed judges, says the judges will not have to take a fresh oath.
2009: March 27: U.S. President Obama unveils new Afghan-Pak strategy, giving $1.5 billion per anum for 5 years in aid for development work in Pakistan.
2009: March 29: President Zardari signs summary to lift Governor Rule in Punjab
2009: April 13: Nizam-e-Adal Regulation 2009 is passed by the National Assembly. The MQM opposes the regulation and stages a walkout from the NA. President Zardari signs the ordinance, making it part of the Constitution of Pakistan.
2009: April 15: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Owais Ahmed Ghani signs, the Nizam-e¬Adal Regulation formally enforcing Shariah rule in Swat and five other northern districts. Daylight Savings Time begins in Pakistan, as clocks are turned forward by one hour.
2009: May 8: Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani announces military operation against Taliban in Swat.
2009: 20 June, Pakistan won ICC second 20—Twenty Cricket World Cup defeating Sri Lanka.
2009: August 29: Federal Cabinet, approved Gilgit-Baltistan (Empowerment and Self-Governance) Order, 2009 which is an autonomy package for Northern Areas.
2009: August 31: Benazir Income Support Programme Ordinance extends to whole of Pakistan and comes into force at once.
2009: September 01: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa cabinet decided to start the holy month of Ramzan (Ramadan) and celebrate Eid with Saudi Arabia.
2009: September 09: The National Education, Policy 2009 aims at achieving 86% literacy rate along with setting 7% of GDP for education by 2015.
2009: September 28: National Drinking Water Policy plans to ensure access to safe drinking water for the entire nation by 2025.
2009: November 17: The first elections for the 23 seats of Gilgit-Baltistan Legislative Assembly were held.
2009: November 24: A reconciliation package for Balochistan “Aghaz-i-Haqooq-i-Balochistan” (beginning of the rights of Balochistan) was unveiled in a special joint sitting of the National Assembly and Senate.
2009: December 11: Syed Mehdi Shah, the first Chief Minister of Gilgit-Baltistan was administered oath of office by Acting Governor Qamar Zaman.
2009: December 16: Seventh National Finance Commission Award was signed in Gwadar by the finance ministers of the four provinces and the federal, government.
2010: January, 13: National Assembly adopted the Public Defender and Legal Aid Office Bill to provide for free legal aid to indigent people.
2010: 05 March: President Asif Ali Zardari signed the Services Tribunal (Amendment) Bill 2010, repealing the Removal from Service (Special Power) Ordinance 2000.
2010: 09 March: The Protection Against Harassment of Women at Workplace Bill, 2010 was signed into law by the President.
2010: 16 March: President Asif Ali Zardari signed the seventh National Finance Commission Award for distribution of resources among the center and the Provinces for five years with effect from July 1, 2010.
2010: 23 May: First Rental Power Plant, Gulf Rental Power in Gujranwala was inaugurated by the Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani.
2010: 06 June: The government announced federal budget of Rs. 3.259 trillion for 2010-11.
2010: 22 July: Pakistan’s worst flooding began which affected 20 million people and killed 1600.
2010: 1 October: Former president of Pakistan General (Retd.) Pervez Musharraf formally announced his political party Pakistan Muslim League.
2010: 19 October: Former president of Pakistan from November 1993 to December 1997 Farooq Ahmad Leghari died in Islamabad.
2010: 05 November: A JS Group plane the Beech 1900C crashed in the premises of Central Ordnance Depot, near the Jinnah International Airport Karachi killing all 21 people on board.
2011: 01 January: President Asif All Zardari gave assent to 19th Constitutional Amendment Bill.
2011: 4 January: Salman Taseer, the governor of the province of Punjab was assassinated in Islamabad by a gunman of Punjab Elite Force Malik Mumtaz Hussain Qadri.
2011: 12 February: New federal cabinet took oath. The number of ministers has been reduced from 54 to 22.
2011: 2 March: Federal Minister for Minority affairs Shahbaz Bhatti was killed in the I-8/3 area of Islamabad.
2011: 13 April: Federal Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Dr. Babar Awan presented his resignation before the Supreme Court to plead the presidential reference for the reopening of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto case.
2011: 21 April: President Asif Ali Zardari Wednesday administered oath to Senator Maula Bakhsh Chandio as Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs.
2011: 2 May. Osama bin Laden was killed in Abbottabad by American Army Troops.
2011. 23 May, PNS Mehran Base in Karachi was attacked, by terrorist in which two surui planes “Orean were destroyed and the attacked 15 militants one and 4 terrorists were killed.
2011: 14 May: Parliament passes resolution describing US operation in Abbottabad as violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty, and calls for review of relationship with United States.
2011: 19.July: Hina Rabbani Khar took oath as 26th Minister for Foreign Affairs and became first female foreign minister of Pakistan.