The PPP chief accuses the PML-N government of upholding a corrupt system.
Concerned over safety of hostages, feasibility of airborne raid, US pressured Pakistan into rescue: NYT.
The chemicals sector dominated the day's trading with 22.8m shares traded.
Retainers of Pakistan's top tier players are less than those of top Irish payers, ESPNcricinfo report reveals.
Sindh's police chief orders security audit of National Stadium after meeting with PCB's security in-charge.
Discovery channel's daughter concern, DSport, has acquired rights to broadcast the league for the first time in India.
Dar defends lawyer, says Khawaja Haris had to leave country due to an emergency.
Seven policemen among the dead; death toll could increase as several critically wounded, says DIG Cheema.
Both sides agree to work together for the shared objective of peace in the region.
Prices announced for seven enclosures of Qaddafi range from Rs1,500 to Rs3,000.
Foreign minister says Pak-Afghan "border is not well defined", so no one can be sure about which country was attacked.
Engineering sector dominated the day's trading with 33.6m shares traded.
More than 200 injured in the attack on police training centre near Paktia police headquarters.
More than two-thirds of the UN General Assembly voted for Pakistan.
The prime minister clarifies there is no tension in the civil-military relationship.
The former MQM convener in London, Nusrat has moved to the US with family, sources say.
The textile sector led the market with 28mn shares.
Higher growth will reduce poverty and improve the economy and security since the two are intertwined: Ishaq Dar
Hundreds of people take to the streets to protest against violence.
Zaman scored 11 while Shehzad managed only eight before falling prey to Sri Lankan pacers.