"A letter has been sent to Pemra to stop Bol's transmission on a temporary basis," says federal information secretary.
FO spokesperson says Pakistan is taking appropriate steps and measures to protect its national interests.
Defence committee takes strong exception to Parrikar's statement about sponsoring terrorism to counter terrorism.
Foreign Office spokesman says a draft resolution urging Myanmar's government to take action will be tabled in OIC meet.
IBA leads the pack in business education, while NCA is ranked number one for arts and design.
Aziz tells Heart of Asia-Istanbul Process that mutual cooperation will facilitate progress in Pakistan.
A K-8 trainer aircraft was destroyed when it crashed during a training mission in Zaida village of KP's Swabi district.
Aziz conveys concern over Manohar Parrikar's statement that India will use terrorism to counter cross-border terrorism.
FO spokesperson says investigations are underway into the allegations levelled by a New York Times report against Axact.
US Export-Import Bank will finance General Electric's refurbishment of PIA's ageing Boeing 777 fleet.
At least 13 suspected militants were killed and five of their hideouts destroyed in Dattakhel airstrikes.
Agency collects documents, computers as evidence in investigation of a 'global fake degrees scam'.
"Drone strikes generate distrust among the local people at a time when Operation Zarb-i-Azb is moving ahead decisively."
Army chief was briefed by DG ISI about the security situation of the country and counter-terrorism operations.
Meeting was held a day after brutal attack on a bus carrying Ismaili community members.
Foreign Office spokesperson rejects journalist Seymour Hersh account of the operation that caught Bin Laden.
It is too early to say that Daesh was involved in yesterday's terror attack in Karachi, the foreign secretary said.
Routine proceedings were suspended in favour of discussion of Karachi's security situation.
Top civil, military officials decide to speed up cleansing operations in Karachi after Wednesday's deadly bus attack.
In a joint press conference with Afghan president, Nawaz emphasised the need for regional stability and cooperation.