Law Minister Azam Nazeer Tarar clarifies overseas Pakistanis have not been deprived of right to vote.
Qadir Patel dispels reports of disease's presence in country, terms them "misleading".
Dawn.com finds that contrary to claims made on Twitter, the metro station in question stands undamaged.
PPP invites applications for party tickets in preparation of upcoming general election.
Bilawal says united opposition is not leaving parliament, their lawyers are on the way to the Supreme Court.
With MQM-P no more an ally, PM Imran to lose majority in NA if situation remains the same till voting on no-trust resolution.
Says people who want to gain political mileage by "falsely propagating differences" within PML-Q will end up disappointed.
The house will now re-convene at 4pm on March 28; Shehbaz says Qaiser violated rules by conducting proceedings as "a PTI worker".
Asks the spymaster to use his "organisation's considerable expertise" to "bring to light" the facts around the March 8 incident.
PML-Q leader says "given the current situation in Pakistan, [we] cannot afford this dangerous confrontation."
Govt ally MQM-P says its agreement with PPP is on urban Sindh's problems, consultation over political situation still ongoing.
Warns of "anarchy" if govt bars lawmakers from voting on no-confidence motion.
Babar Awan reveals ruling coalition’s strategy for no-trust session
PM's adviser maintains that govt has upper hand in the "number game".
PM Imran says govt will not be ousted and will become stronger; opposition will not be able to "recover until 2028".
He was put on a ventilator earlier this month after his health deteriorated due to Covid-related complications.
"Stop dragging an apolitical woman into politics for your ill ambitions," the minister says.
PML-N senator had asked about criteria for appointing the current SBP chief as well as his monthly salary and privileges.
Finance minister says Pakistan will start getting crude oil from Saudi Arabia on deferred payments from next month.
Murad Saeed's communications ministry comes in first place; PPP's Sherry Rehman terms the certificates a "joke with the nation".