Finance Minister Ishaq Dar claims former principal secretary Azam Khan has admitted to have handed over cypher copy to Imran Khan.
Police say victims were lined up and asked to recite Kalima before fire was opened; Karachi Administrator vows to bring the culprits to justice.
The wrestler became one of the biggest names on Japan’s pro-wrestling circuit in the 1960s; he visited Pakistan several times.
Petrol and high-speed diesel prices have been reduced to Rs224.8 and Rs235.3, respectively.
Says security breach at PMO means "Pakistan's enemies have their hands on all the sensitive information".
Recording purportedly features PTI leaders Asad Umar, Shah Mahmood Qureshi and former principal secretary Azam Khan.
Imran's "detestable face" has been revealed to nation, he says.
Says it is time for the two countries to move forward and find ways to warm up their relationship.
Law minister says SOPs have been changed, "cleansing process" underway to prevent such security breaches in the future.
Demands formation of "high-powered JIT" comprising ministers, ISI and law ministry officials to probe Imran's alleged audio leak.
"I would much rather play the role of a bridge by uniting these two great powers around working together for climate change," he says.
Alleges govt behind today's leak and says he has not even yet begun to "play" with the issue; Rana Sanaullah asserts forensic audit of audio to be conducted.
The minister says ex-president Zardari will be back in Bilawal House in a day or two.
Man believed to be ex-PM's then-principal secretary is heard telling him that after the cypher is analysed, they will convert it into minutes as they wish.
Court issues notice to NAB; Dar says some speculators are now on the right direction "and I hope the economy will improve".
Says package bolsters Pakistan's capability to deal with "terrorist threats", US obliged to ensure military equipment it provides to others is maintained.
Speaking outside Ministry of Finance, he says no one will be allowed to play games with Pakistan’s currency.
The arch-rivals haven't played bilateral cricket for 15 years.
Says such security breaches are a "big question mark" as it is about the respect of the country and 220 million people; PTI calls for Shehbaz's disqualification.