"If Afghan nationals get themselves registered, they will not be harassed by police," says SAFRON minister.
The CM approved summary of a judicial inquiry into the lynching of Mashal Khan.
Foreign Office says retired Lt Col Habib Zahir was trapped in Nepal "after being lured into a job offer".
The bill was tabled by Law Minister Zahid Khan, along with a proposal for the 28th Constitutional Amendment.
Ishaq Dar had earlier claimed that the PPP had agreed to a two-year extension for military courts.
Cannot wait for CPEC to fix unmanned railway crossings as they are causing fatal accidents, says Saad Rafique.
Law ministry argued against proposed changes, saying students are protected against harassment under separate laws.
Foundation is funded by the Saudi government and the Islamic Development Bank, was established in 2016.
As many as 108 Turkish nationals are under UN protection after Pakistani authorities denied an extension in their visas.
Doing so will serve as an "effective message to God-fearing passengers," says a senior NAB official.
Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs asks govt to release funds for cyber security of MOFA, missions abroad.
No NOC requested by Raheel Sharif for appointment as chief of Islamic military alliance: Khawaja Asif
Asif tells Senate all retired army officers have to seek NOC before embarking on any new assignments.
Nacta source claims body has finalised responses, arguments to be presented in Supreme Court.
Bill will enable Hindus to get marriages registered, appeal to courts in case of separation.
Resolution endorsed by majority of lawmakers aims to curb flow of black money.
Senate told UN has been provided dossier regarding RAW activities in Pakistan.
Husbands get irritated because wives unable to prepare food on time due to gas loadshedding, claims Tahira Aurangzeb.
"After media campaign it is not possible for me to continue representing PTI in supreme court."
PM's adviser indicates Pakistan will welcome any such intervention by US president-elect Donald Trump.
In August, the US State Department designated Jamaat-ul-Ahrar as Specially Designated Global Terrorists.