Bureau admits record it sought against ousted PM and his family members from foreign countries is still awaited.
Troops to KSA part of civ-mil cooperation.
Result of NA-154 by-election restored the sanctity of vote, says ousted prime minister.
Says PTI will learn from Lodhran by-poll mistakes.
Action taken against 13 IJT, 4 Pakhtun members.
Ex-president 'realises that his remarks made unwittingly in the flow of conversation may have caused anguish'.
He was one of the most genuine and humane of people. And we are all poorer for having lost him
The PTI's strength in assembly is 30 while support of 50 members is required for a Senator to be elected.
Bilawal says his party will oppose govt plans both inside and outside the parliament.
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