KARACHI: Three religious parties — the Jamaat-i-Islami, Jamaatud Dawa and Jamiat Ulema-i-Pakistan — organised...
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KARACHI: Irked by the abrupt adjournment of the Friday sitting of the Sindh Assembly, lawmakers belonging to the...
KARACHI: Delay in the release of funds for various development schemes in the city and non-payment of salaries to...
Speaker Agha Siraj Durrani accepted the resignations tendered by four PTI lawmakers in August 2014.
Sindh CM Qaim Ali Shah directs law enforcement agencies to strengthen vigilance at entry and exit points of province.
The Sindh govt directed all private schools to finalise their security arrangements before the end of the vacation.
A meeting of Zardari, Amin Fahim and Qaim Ali Shah helped in resolving some major issues.
“If you know about them, order action against such institutions and we will support you,” offers Qari Jalandhari.
KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah on Tuesday demanded that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif order ...
Bilawal is likely to skip Benazir's death anniversary because of reported differences with his father, Asif Zardari.
Report presented during session of the Sindh Assembly and referred to its public accounts committee for scrutiny.
Sindh Assembly updated rules for the first time after 40 years to carry out all its business as per rules of procedure.
KARACHI: Leader of the Opposition in the Sindh Assembly Shaharyar Mahar on Monday criticised working of the ...
Imran says rulers will be accountable in ‘new Pakistan’
Civil society activists staged a protest outside the assembly building against ‘recovery of mutilated bodies of youths’.
Establishment of the national council of curriculum criticised.
PM particularly referred to the inherent right of every Pakistani to lead a dignified life in a secure environment.
The 8th biennial IDEAS 2014 is beginning at the Karachi Expo Centre on Dec 1.
KARACHI: Modalities to transfer the management of some government hospitals to reputable non-governmental...
Sindh government hands over 26 minor girls to KP administration, representatives, who will take them to their parents.