Sardar Yar Mohammad Rind says the chief minister of the province is appointed at the will of "those in Islamabad".
President reveals he met PM after their separate meetings with army chief on Monday
Says he is concerned about recent terrorist incidents in Balochistan.
Dr Banuri calls resolution "contempt of court", says such moves will involve HEC in further legal controversies.
Govt urges HEC to revoke notification for inclusion of two new members in the selection board, terms the notification "unlawful".
Proposed bill restricts govt from raising loans from SBP, bank officials shall not have immunity from accountability.
"The state's job is to defend its public and not use bullets until it becomes impossible to avoid it," NSA says.
"The Taliban have no public-level support" in Pakistan, Nobel laureate says.
Says civil-military leadership fully aware that their "unity and stability" is in the country's best interest.
Social media companies will have to set up offices in Pakistan and remove or block objectionable content within 48 hours.
PM's aide highlights a variety of issues plaguing the energy sector, also sends letter to PM in deviation from usual practice.
"Afghanistan is not our enemy and Nawaz Sharif's meeting with Afghan NSA will strengthen our bilateral relations," says the ex-PM.
"I don't think the government is serious," says Sardar Akhtar Mengal.
Says China is a very important "strategic partner" for Pakistan, US exit from Afghanistan will not impact Pakistan's IMF deal.
NSA says he is not concerned by contacts between India and Taliban, stresses that the Taliban are also "not stupid".
Says cricket leagues do not bear the desired fruit unless they are held on home soil.
University rector says the two alleged assaulters, who were also students, have been rusticated.
Once the inquiry concludes and Bukhari is cleared of all charges, he will rejoin his office, minister says.
"One should change their judgement according to changing situations and new reasons," the president says.
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