Bilawal announces district-level protests against inflation, claims PM Imran's days are "numbered".
"From fans’ point of view it is definitely louder. From players’ point of view, we stay as professional as we can," says Kohli.
Tariq Malik says "unofficial policy" of women having to necessarily adopt husband's name has been done away with.
Lashes out at PM Imran for rising prices of petrol, sugar and other utilities.
Minister says govt has proposed Rs1.39 per unit hike in power tariff, increase in tariff to be applicable from November 1.
Premier regrets lack of agricultural research, says "we have been continuing the same practices that existed in Mohenjo-Daro."
"Zulfi Bukhari has built his wealth; such as it is, through hard work and not through any form of illegal conduct," Reham says.
General Bajwa witnesses commissioning of Chinese-origin air defence system into Pakistan Army Air Defence during Karachi visit.
More than 81 million videos were removed globally from April to June, comprising less than one per cent of all uploaded content.
"While Pakistan is a peace-loving country, we will spare no effort in resolutely thwarting any aggressive designs," FO says.
Reacts to reports that PM will hold interviews before appointment, says efforts to make process controversial are inappropriate.
Says civil-military leadership fully aware that their "unity and stability" is in the country's best interest.
Prof Choudary is among five scientists from Muslim-majority countries to have been named a 2021 Mustafa Prize laureate.
Irfan Qadir says the accountability court did not have the authority to hear the Avenfield case.
Analysts say political uncertainty over DG ISI appointment & economic uncertainty over outcome of IMF talks reasons for slide.
“The civil-military leadership has once again proven that all institutions are united,” says the minister.
Minister says Prime Minister Imran and the army never take any steps that could "undermine" each other.
The petition has been filed based on late nuclear scientist Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan’s will.
"Work is underway to make the services fully functional," says the telecommunication authority.
Says Afghanistan would become a fertile ground for terrorists if it descends into chaos once again.