Bureaucrats on several second and third-tier level have also started looking for assignments in other departments.
Punjab has higher figures on NAP implementation than all other provinces and Gilgit-Baltistan and AJK.
Comparisons are normal for political parties, whether in power or out of it. But the PML-N, just 18 months through...
Petroleum ministry officials keeping their fingers crossed over the final agreement for the import of LNG from Qatar.
'The main focus of the meeting was the criterion to finalise the list of cases to be tried under the military courts.'
PML-N leaders complain that the Sharif brothers prefer their bureaucrats and family members over politicians.
To join the same parliament from which we have resigned is a serious issue which will be discussed, says Arif Alvi
Government and PTI continue to trade accusations over proposed inquiry commission into general elections rigging.
The new number was substantially greater than the total banned organisations listed in early 2014.
The govt would take brotherly Muslim countries such as Saudi Arabia, Iran and the UAE, into confidence on NAP.
Imran threatens the govt with future course of action, Dars blames PTI for unconstitutional, changing demands.
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan will meet on Monday to receive...
ISLAMABAD: If one goes by the arrangements which Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Friday claimed to have...
JI and JUI-F came out no cleaner by staying away from the voting for the establishment of military courts.
PML-N leaders used ‘breakfast diplomacy’ to cement consensus on contentious issues ahead of a hectic day’s legislation.
A brief meeting with Nawaz Sharif at a local hotel led to the launch of the political career of Mushahidullah Khan.
"Constitute an empowered judicial commission, otherwise, I will resume my protest," Khan tells the government.
ISLAMABAD: The government announced here on Monday appointment of Senator Mushahidullah Khan, a close associate of...
Zardari played his cards well, showing himself as a patriot who gave his consent in the ‘greater national interest’.
Our political parties were united by the Peshawar attack, but did they also bury their hatchets to battle terrorists?