Discusses preparations for World Cup with PCB, cricket team.
The former information minister has now been assigned the portfolio of minister for science and technology.
Authority accuses TV channels of "creating chaos among the public and maligning the government functionaries".
Minister for Revenue says "agreement in principle [on bailout package] reached, only formalities need to be finalised".
The premier says first phase of CPEC comprised "a few power plants and roads" but second phase will be more expansive.
Hassan Immad Mohammedi to serve as the PTV managing director till further notice.
The premier says "while there can be no compensation for the loss of human lives, the govt shares the family's grief."
The premier stresses importance of intra-Afghan dialogue, reiterates desire for "good neighbourly relations" with Kabul.
Premier regrets that the NRO obtained in Hudaibiya case was used as a model in all subsequent cases of money laundering.
Punjab MPA Salman Shahbaz and former PSM chairman Moeen Aftab have also been barred from travelling abroad.
Regulator says ex-officers are often unfamiliar with latest security developments, get sucked into political debates.
Everyday items are now experiencing a fall in prices after seasonal variations subside, committee says.
Religious scholars condemn elements that "ruin the name of Islam to achieve their despicable objectives".
"It's possible that we announce the new amnesty scheme before the new budget," says the finance minister.
The premier had chaired a meeting in November in which the ministries had presented their short and long-term targets.
Political controversy is expected on Brig Shah’s appointment, as he remained a trusted aide of Pervez Musharraf.
Decision made in first-ever National Internal Security Committee meeting chaired by PM Khan.
Progress on implementation of the National Action Plan and crackdown on banned organisations also reviewed.
Discussions between the two focused on fiscal, monetary, and structural reforms as well as the energy sector.
Last week, the Ministry of Finance had announced that the SBP would receive a 15 billion yuan loan from China today.