Jirga urges govt to release political workers.
ISLAMABAD: After a gap of over 100 days, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif thought it appropriate on Friday to preside ...
Imran and Qadri announced an end to negotiations with the government, following a crackdown that saw activists arrested.
By now, Imran Khan and his PTI have set a record of sorts in street politics, outside the Parliament House.
Negotiators say talks have entered ‘decisive phase’
After the 12th sitting, both sides concluded their arguments and now the decision lies with leaders of the two sides.
Both sides termed the negotiations ‘fruitful’ and resolved to meet again on Saturday.
Last Tuesday, a joint session of both houses of the Parliament began discussing the prevailing political situation ...
A quick read of the eight-page working paper makes it clear that finding the much hoped middle ground will not be easy.
As flabbergasted members looked on, Mr Hamid made a lunge towards Qureshi and both nearly came to blows.
ISLAMABAD: Hectic efforts by the six-member peace Jirga bore some fruit on Wednesday night but without “a major...
ISLAMABAD: It was just before midnight on Tuesday that Jamaat-i-Islami Emir Sirajul Haq revealed that both the...
Parties across the board once again reiterated their support for the continuation of current democratic dispensation.
• Commanders call for resolving crisis, warn against violence • Govt reiterates democratic legitimacy
Nisar and the Punjab chief minister have always been the bridge between the party and the military leadership.
Strategic support, extended to PM Sharif in his hour of need, may have been politically correct, but apparently not.
Leaders from across the political spectrum regret that the military had to get involved in a political issue.
Nawaz Sharif went into a huddle at his office after the LHC’s decision and leakage of a JIT report.
The PTI leadership has decided to share its new plan of action with opposition parties in a bid to secure their support.
Qureshi says govt has agreed to all but one of party’s demands.