Premier expresses satisfaction on the "upward trajectory" of bilateral relations between Pakistan and Turkey.
Authority seeks reply from news channels within a week, warns media against airing news without verification.
Microsoft co-founder also assures the prime minister of his continued assistance in various sectors.
RLNG will be used to cover up gas shortage.
Aasia Bibi and her family are entitled to all rights as guaranteed by the Constitution: PM.
SNGPL and SSGCL allocated gas supply during winter months.
Says Beijing has "assured every kind of assistance to Pakistan".
Pakistan has already secured assistance from Saudi and China to resolve its immediate balance of payments crisis.
"How can Pakistan act as a mediator in conflict when it is taking loans from Saudi Arabia?" asks Senator Sherry Rehman.
Ministry of production directed to come up with proposal to resolve issues surrounding PSM on permanent basis.
During the meeting, a review of the security situation in the country was also conducted.
The Kingdom has also agreed to provide Islamabad a one-year deferred payment facility for import of oil, worth $3bn.
Premier allows SBP and its authorised dealers to implement Business to Customer and Customer to Business transactions.
Finance minister defends govt decision to approach IMF for a bailout, says it is "inevitable".
PM Imran Khan gave the go-ahead to open talks with the Fund after consulting experts and stakeholders: finance minister.
During Saudi visit, PM Khan commends crown prince's vision to turn the kingdom into a modern economy.
"We have only two priorities: protect the poor and support exporters," finance minister says.
"The government is committed to extending all possible support to strengthen NAB," says PM Khan.
COAS felicitates the prime minister on assuming top ministerial job.
Ice-breaker conversation between heads of state revolved around education, trade, investment and climate change.