He said we all should learn lesson
from history and make efforts to have a strong federation.
While talking to the journalists in Hafizabad she said that Pakistan Tehrik Insaf (PTI) should learn lesson
from Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) elections.
He advised opponents to learn lesson
from their repeated defeats and contribute positively towards nation building.
He described the incident as mere accidental and said the human lives were lost because of mismanagement and one should learn lesson
from this and strictly observe patience and discipline.
COM Hopes Guys Nationwide Learn Lesson
But Birmingham Chambers of Commerce (GBCC) said much of the problem was caused by the skills gap in the region and called on stakeholders to learn lessons
from the North East, where unemployment was slowly decreasing.
Dozens lost their lives and the authorities vowed to learn lessons
But families who lost loved ones said they had been left "shocked" by the hotel's lack of security measures and called for the travel industry to learn lessons
from the evidence at the inquest.
I think Mike, at Sports Direct, has learned some lessons - I think he'd be the first to say that - and he's had to learn lessons
on the football side.
Among the recommendations made is the UK and Welsh Governments continue to work together on the proposals and that the Ministry of Justice learn lessons
from the opening of privately run HMP Oakwood, in the West Midlands.
High level representatives from India s main energy ministries travelled to Ricardo-AEA s offices on 15 October to learn lessons
from the UK for addressing industrial energy efficiency policies.
But we must learn lessons
and we will learn lessons
The left-wing IPPR think-tank said the UK could learn lessons
from Sweden's response to tackling unemployment after a recession by investing more in education and jobs programmes.
It's important to me that they learn lessons
from everything," the Politico quoted her as telling iVillage.
Ministers promised to learn lessons
from last summer's riots but, a year on, Tottenham MP David Lammy says much of what fuelled the mayhem is still as bad if not worse.