Says his presence as senior vice president would've been an "obstacle" for Maryam.
Rescue operation complete; JIT formed to probe attack; day of mourning observed across KP; India offers condolences.
Senators protest against remarks; Hidyatullah says he respects Quaid-i-Azam "from the bottom of my heart".
Seeks "unconditional apology" from PTI leader, warns non-compliance could lead to a defamation suit of Rs1 billion.
Says Imran's "false" accusations "defy logic", have increased threats to his father and family.
Says the cross-border hostility from India is "of a unique type" today; FO spokesperson says Pakistan "reviewing" New Delhi's SCO invite.
Fawad says 40pc of seats in assembly vacant, elections "only way out of crisis".
Asad Umar says next step will be the nomination of the opposition leader; PTI MNAs protest outside speaker's residence in Islamabad.
Former National Assembly speaker says "mutiny and depression" prevalent within the ranks of Nawaz Sharif's party.
Data shows 15 of the journalists hailed from Punjab, 11 from Sindh, 13 from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and three from Balochistan.
NA speaker accepts resignations of Andleeb Abbas, Fakhar Imam, Maleeka Bokhari, and Aamer Kiani; PTI leaders term move "illegal".
"There is a hue and cry when I don't accept resignations, and a hue and cry when I do," he says.
Resignations of Asad Umar, Hammad Azhar, Pervaiz Khattak, and Murad Saeed among those accepted.
Committee chair, along with NCHR, raise concerns on Adiala Jail conditions, unlicenced mental health centres in capital.
Statement comes day after Shahid Khaqan Abbasi termed amendment to extend ex-COAS' tenure a “mistake” that needed to be repealed.
Says if the legislation is not repealed, the military will urge for it to be done away with.
NA speaker advises PTI to return to parliament, says it is a "forum where everyone comes together".
Extension was given in light of the situation in the country at the time, he says.
Sanaullah says PTI, PML-Q will try to find an excuse; Marriyum says "courage, not dates" needed for dissolving assemblies.
Says political parties need to give space for criticism; calls current government "hybrid regime 2.0".