Says Pakistan and IMF want to progress on their negotiations; will be contacting IMF mission head later today.
Senate committee holds 'historic' meeting with PTM leadership, calls for prompt resolution of demands
The committee proposes that "PTM appoint a focal person and present their demands in writing".
Political controversy is expected on Brig Shah’s appointment, as he remained a trusted aide of Pervez Musharraf.
Both siblings are suspects in a fake accounts case.
Zardari's lawyer asks court for details of all inquiries against him.
Bilawal leads train march from Karachi; public meeting planned at Garhi Khuda Bakhsh on ZAB's 40th death anniversary.
Bilawal should focus his energy on issues bigger than running a movement to "save his father", says Fawad Chaudhry.
Cases have been registered against the leaders for clashing with security personnel outside NAB office in Islamabad.
PPP supporters, police scuffle outside NAB office, leading to several arrests and injuries.
The Senate Standing Committee on Cabinet Secretariat meeting will include a briefing on vehicles auctioned at PM house.
Repeats accusation that PTI ministers involved with banned organisations ought to be removed.
Messages lauding women's contributions pour in from prime minister, army chief, and politicians.
The bill had been presented by Finance Minister Asad Umar on Jan 23.
Says HC is being sent back to New Delhi; conveys willingness to open Kartarpur and military's weekly dialogues.
"Human rights are the foundation stone of any democracy. We must ensure every Pakistani's human rights," says Bilawal.
The former Senate chairman says the government needs to "reassess and re-evaluate" the foreign policy of Pakistan.
"The forum unanimously expressed that they stand united against any aggression against Pakistan," says NA statement.
Senate chairman says India, which is in the grips of war hysteria, will never be successful in its abominable designs.
Sherry Rehman says NAB's decision to arrest a serving speaker is "desecration of the Sindh Assembly".
Both Zardari and Bilawal Bhutto to hold press conferences tomorrow in Islamabad and London respectively.