Syed Irfan Raza
Lender shows interest in working with new govt; senators term Imran’s decision "anti-Pakistan"; PTI founder confirms plan to write to IMF.
Political situation, govt formation also come under discussion.
SHC seeks response on poll day internet outage, directs govt to restore services; Centre blames provinces for internet shutdown on Feb 8.
Zardari named as next president, Shehbaz to be premier; PML-N to get NA speaker; Senate chairmanship to go to PPP.
Insider says PPP ‘under pressure’ to become part of alliance under Nawaz league.
The IB division will work directly under the prime minister with its office to be established in the cabinet division.
Claims PML-N will back the party as ally in province.
Alvi is bound to convene NA session within 21 days after the election day.
Party to kick off nationwide demos against "rigging" today; Qaiser, other leaders meet Sherpao, Liaquat Baloch; efforts underway for "backdoor contacts" with PPP.
PPP circles suggest custodians of both houses may be from Sindh; PML-N floats Ayaz Sadiq as counter-offer to PPP names for NA speaker.
Allows extradition of dual national to Norway over terrorism charges.
PML-N, PPP representatives to continue talks over modalities of power-sharing today; PPP sticks to its stance of not joining cabinet.
"Coalition of the willing" announce their intention to form govt in Centre; arch-rivals invite PTI to join ruling alliance "to heal wounds".
Premier defends army and Election Commission of Pakistan, rebuffs claims of rigging.
Insider says majority of CEC members not in favour of forming coalition; committee to be formed to approach other stakeholders.
Election of speaker, prime minister required to be held on March 1 and 2, respectively.
AI-generated message from Imran "declares victory’" in 2024 polls.
In federal capital and garrison city, party wins all seats after 16 and 10 years, respectively.
In an interview, premier says recognition of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan needed “regional consensus”.
PM says voices expressed through votes will contribute to fortification of democracy.