There are many influential people within PML-N who have never been comfortable with the aggressive anti-establishment policy.
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ISI chief was also present during the two meetings held on the PML-N leader's request in recent weeks: DG ISPR.
COAS, ISI chief in rare meeting with politicians before Sept 20 multiparty conference.
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Interior minister says questions would not have been raised if Nawaz had "left the country like a sick person".
The decision has been taken "in view of the regional security environment", says notification by PM Imran's office.
The National Development Council, to be headed by PM Imran, will also have COAS Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa as a member.
ISPR says cuts "will not be at the cost of of defense and security", slashes to be managed "internally".
Petitioner argues before LHC that the “anti-state” statement of Nawaz could be used against the country by its enemies.
In wide-ranging briefing, army's spokesperson speaks about India, PTM, social media propaganda and 'khalai makhlooq'.
NSC condemns the "reign of terror unleashed by Indian occupation forces on innocent Kashmiris".
Says issue of civil-mil relations will remain irrespective of who forms next govt.
PML-N supreme leader stresses the need for a national commission to probe recent political maneuvering.
PML-N supremo repeats his statement from the court, says he is being penalised for high treason case against Musharraf.
Shortly after, PM Abbasi reiterates NSC's statement, saying that Nawaz's comments from the interview were "misreported".
It is not Pakistan, but India that has delayed the finalisation of the Mumbai attacks case, says statement.
Says ruling party won’t tolerate delay in polls, asks institutions to work within constitutional limits.
"Transitions in the military and the judiciary solidified the democratic transition in Pakistan," a US report reads.
Punjab chief minister urges civil and military authorities to work together for country.
During a visit to Karachi, Gen Bajwa appreciated Sindh Rangers' efforts for restoration of peace in the city.
Abbasi admitted in an interview that “there was a lot of friction institutionally that built up over the last year”.
Prime Minister Abbasi also tried out a few of the weapons used by SSG commandos.
"Secret phone calls should not be used to tie our hands and give the 'chosen one' more freedoms," ousted PM says.
Foreign minister offers Trump to hire audit firm to verify $33bn aid figure and expose who is 'lying & deceiving'.
"If something comes to pass and Saudi Arabia intervenes, then it would be shameful for Pakistan."
"Whatever we are doing now and will do in the future is solely for the people of Pakistan," says Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor.
Mistrust exists among politicians towards the establishment and within the establishment towards politicians: Iqbal.
IHC expresses "serious reservations on terms of agreement and mannerism in which it arrived" in its written order.
'The civil and military leaderships are on the same page when it comes to the country’s security.'