Liaquat Shahwani says Covid-19 cases in Balochistan have nearly tripled since August.
"In Jammu and Kashmir, India has no other claim than that of a military occupier," says Zulqarnain Chheena.
Issue of journalists' safety didn't make it to cabinet agenda for more than a year despite attacks: Watchdog
Federal cabinet didn't discuss crimes against journalists in its first 62 meetings, says information obtained by Freedom Network.
Prime minister laments rise in Islamophobia across the world, urges UN to play its part.
"The agency can't register a report under Peca without following the specified legal procedure," she says.
Health minister says primary schools shouldn't reopen for another month and a half as Covid-19 positivity rate is rising in Sindh.
In a statement on Twitter, PML-N supremo says if need be, such meetings will be approved by party leadership and made public.
Says global community must take "decisive actions" to stop "bleeding of the poor and developing countries".
The power utility has claimed it is receiving low gas pressure which has created a shortfall of up to 400MW.
ISI chief was also present during the two meetings held on the PML-N leader's request in recent weeks: DG ISPR.
PPP chairperson says the narrative Sheikh Rashid is spreading "is not setting a good precedent".
"Whoever wishes to discuss [political] issues should come to the parliament," she says.
"Deeply appreciate President Erdogan once again raising his voice in support of the rights of the Kashmiri people," says PM Imran.
Kashmir, Palestine disputes remain UN’s 'most glaring issues': FM Qureshi says on body's 75th anniversary
In his message on the occasion, Qureshi reaffirms Pakistan's commitment to upholding the spirit of multilateralism.
Saeed Ghani says middle schools in Sindh will reopen from Sept 28 as scheduled.
NIH official says 8,000 to 10,000 volunteers would be inducted through a formal system.
Central bank says "business confidence and the outlook for growth have improved" since June.
Info minister says Nawaz Sharif raising questions on govt because he is "not used to a free and fair election".
Left-arm pacer routed the stumps of John Simpson, Steven Finn, Thilan Walallawita and Tim Murtagh one after the other.
Pakistan and Afghanistan are now the only remaining strongholds of the virus in the world.