PPP office-bearer says party has decided to seek posts of National Assembly speaker and Senate chairman but PML-N reluctant.
Says govt will not condone violence or incitement to vigilantism.
Consensus found among experts that EMS platform cannot be blamed as the system was never used due to non-availability of internet.
ECP official appears on PTV to announce first result from KP assembly; commission says all results being announced by TV channels "unverified".
Amidst the hundreds of contests today, there are some that will be more closely watched than others, for a variety of reasons.
MQM-P claims it is fielding candidates from all four provinces for the first time.
Over half of PPP, PML-N lawmakers due to retire on March 11; incoming Senate will have 96, not 100 members, as ex-Fata areas lose seats.
Fazl wants joint opposition to prevent PTI from forming govt.
Party members will become "independent" lawmakers, defection clause will not apply to them.
In an effort to ensure that no embarrassment befalls top-tier leaders, the heads of almost all major parties are contesting elections on multiple seats.
Niazullah made election commissioner; Gohar submits nomination papers for chairman; party keeps names of other candidates under wraps.
President had suggested a one-state solution to the Gaza crisis in a press statement, which was later retracted.
Achakzai claims terrorists will be "targeted in their homes"; senators from Balochistan seek leniency on travel issue.
Rabbani, Dilawar Khan trade barbs in Senate; Sanjrani scuttles move to table fresh resolution in support of SC verdict.
Vexed lawmakers accost Chairman Sanjrani over controversial resolution; Senate proceedings adjourned within minutes.
Refutes reports of arms sale to Ukraine; slams Israel’s "war on hospitals".
“We don’t endorse [the resolution]. Come what may, we cannot allow military courts [to function]," says PML-N's Sadia Abbasi.
"Hasty" resolution says SC order "attempt to rewrite law".
Commission constitutes two benches to start hearings from Nov 1.
Members abandon debate on occupied territory and Palestine issues to pay homage to late colleagues