Meanwhile, Pakistan Army troops started carrying immediate relief goods and rations for the drought affected areas.
The JI chief said the government has the authority to utilise Pakistan Army and its agencies wherever it deems necessary
Pakistan’s foreign policy chief, Sartaj Aziz on Tuesday said that the govt is preparing foreign and defence policies.
The meeting reviewed Taliban's ceasefire announcement and sorrowful acts in Khyber Agency and the federal capital.
Opposition lawmakers in National Assembly lambasted the PML-N govt for its failure to protect the federal capital.
The meeting to review Confidence Building Measures will be held in New Delhi to streamline trade across the border.
GDP grew by 5 per cent in the first quarter as compared to the same period last year, the SBP said in its report.
Justice Jillani said fight against intolerance has to begin at home as every citizen has a role to play in a democracy.
Abductors set free a kidnapped polio worker and Levies personnel late Tuesday night, police confirmed.
The foreign affairs advisor rejected what he called speculations and linking it with Saudi dignitary’s visit to Pakistan
Zahid Hamid in NA described opposition’s claim of “U Turn” as “speculative” and vowed to take them into confidence soon.
The 9th economic moot focused on enhancing bilateral cooperation to promote peace and stability in the two countries.
The MQM chief said that he had been warning about the growth of the Taliban threat for four years.
The finance minister is leading a high level delegation to 9th session of Joint Economic Commission with Afghanistan.
The interior minister took the decision on the request of Lord Nazir Ahmed of United Kingdom who called on the minister.
The Pakistani think-tank said urban constituencies registered a substantial increase by 17pc and rural by almost 11pc.
TTP spokesman Shahidullah Shahid said the government started the war and should also take the lead on a ceasefire.
The minister said PM Sharif and the military leadership do not intend to carry on with dialogue amid terrorist attacks.
Maulana Yousuf Shah claimed that majority groups of Taliban are willing to hold talks and continue the peace process.
Saudi Crown Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz’s three-day visit came to an end with a dinner hosted for him at the PM House.