ISLAMABAD: After completing merely a year as chairman of Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP), Enver Baig has...
PTI says would hold protest at D Chowk at any cost. The govt says enough is enough, go by rules, no more concession.
Rashid questions Khan's meetings with foreign envoys, PTI says the chairman met the envoys on their will.
Minister submits resignation to PM; govt insists he is still part of the cabinet
Dr Mussadik Malik belongs to a genre ever in demand; whatever system of governance may be in vogue.
ISLAMABAD: The federal government on Thursday dismissed criticism by both its allies and opposition parties that it...
Shah Mehmood Qureshi says such statements belittle sacrifices of those fighting terrorists.
It seems the government will not allow protesters to reach at D-Chawk.
Information Minister Pervaiz Rashid, who levelled the allegation, did not explain who these terrorist outfits were.
PM apparently had an afterthought as he constituted a committee for settlement of gas shortage for textile industry.
Only a minority in the ruling PML-N thinks that the government should take Imran Khan’s offer to restart negotiations.
ISLAMABAD: Maryam Nawaz has decided to resign as Chairperson of the Prime Minister Youth Loan Programme — a...
Shireen Mazari says Ishaq Dar has forgotten what both sides agreed to during previous round of talks.
ISLAMABAD: The Prime Minister Office on Monday transferred Secretary Law Barrister Zafarullah Khan as a special...
In response to the govt’s stand on talks, Dr Mazari claimed that her party had never closed the door on negotiations.
Centre, OGDCL among eight entities govt intended to privatise in 2014-15
Imran Khan once again looked to the SC for investigation by a judicial commission into his party’s claims of rigging.
Many consider the prestigious office of Speaker of the National Assembly as stress-free and easy-going.
Malik told that the visits were aimed at rebuilding investor confidence, shaken by the ongoing political crisis.
JI, PTI bury the hatchet; Siraj says responsibility for ending impasse lies with the govt.