Marriyum Aurangzeb asks PM Khan to explain "in what capacity" Tareen was allowed to participate in the cabinet meeting.
The ex-president was taken to hospital as an "emergency" on Saturday after his condition suddenly worsened: APML.
Under the Benami Act, a benami holder will be awarded imprisonment of minimum one year and a maximum of seven years.
Government receives a total of 216,623 applications for Haj — 123,700 from men and 92,923 from women.
The ballotting for the applications will take place on March 12.
Messages lauding women's contributions pour in from prime minister, army chief, and politicians.
India refuses to issue visas to Pakistanis to attend Urs of Khawaja Moinuddin Chishti in Ajmer Sharif
Religious affairs minister Pir Noorul Haq Qadri says 500 Pakistanis were supposed to leave for India on March 7.
"The forum unanimously expressed that they stand united against any aggression against Pakistan," says NA statement.
The information minister discussed matters regarding the appointment of PTV MD with his predecessor: sources.
Imran Khan says taxpayers' money is "not for our personal indulgence"; hopes to raise tax revenue to Rs8 trillion.
The opposition leader will be flying to Lahore from Islamabad International Airport.
The amendment bill proposes a total of 14 National Assembly and 36 provincial assembly seats for the new province.
Federal cabinet shoots down proposal by religious affairs ministry for a subsidy of Rs45,000 per pilgrim.
Bill calls for amendments in Articles 1, 51, 59, 154 and 157(1) of the Constitution.
The body will have three members each from the PPP and PML-N, and one each from the ANP and JUI-F.
Cabinet decides to keep names of 170 other people identified in fake accounts case on the travel restrictions list.
The committee will also be responsible for holding negotiations with govt over an extension in military courts' tenure.
"Does democracy mean immunity from corruption of democratically elected political leaders?" asks prime minister.
PML-N president hails military courts' impact, says their fear was crucial in war against terrorism.
Etisalat stopped payment of $799 million after the govt failed to transfer PTCL properties as per the 2006 agreement.