Civil Military Relations
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.'
Tell SC they have contacted the departments concerned and are waiting for their reports.
At the moment, there are 2,000 contingents of the Rangers are deployed in the capital.
The interior minister says 80 more cases will be forwarded to special courts once approved by the cabinet.
Military’s top brass takes decision after deliberating on Tillerson’s visit to Islamabad, engagements with Trump admin.
Powers of the parliament and judiciary being shifted from Islamabad to Rawalpindi, says PPP Senator Farhatullah Babar.
Iqbal, in a Facebook post, questioned whether the country would be able to "break the cycle" of political instability.
Denies tensions between state institutions; says elements wanting to pit PML-N against the army won't succeed
'Various economic projects under way in Pakistan would generate business opportunities for foreign investors'
Former president accuses PML-N leaders of talking against judiciary, army to create chaos in the country.
Criticism of the institution described as carrying instability risks
ISPR chief insists no threat to democracy from Army; rules out possibility of joint operation with US on Pakistani soil.
"We need to convert our disappointments into hope," interior minister says after ISPR press conference.
Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor says only danger to the democratic process is the state not fulfilling its prerequisites.
"A conflict between institutions would weaken them, which would weaken the state itself," Shah warns.
Every Pakistani can serve in the army irrespective of his or her religion: Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor.
• Laments Pakistan has failed Balochistan
• Describes CPEC as complete development platform
"He's trying to save himself, that's why he's trying his best that the army takes over," alleges PTI chief.
A deepening unease in the country needs to be addressed head-on by the civil and military leaderships.
Shahbaz had been underscoring need to mend ties with establishment since Nawaz's disqualification: source close to CM
DG ISPR discusses army chief's visit to Afghanistan, perceptions of growing tension between state institutions.
Interior minister seeks explanation, orders Frontier Constabulary to take over legislature’s security.
'Situation' arising from indicted finance minister's continuance in office on nine-point agenda.
In a rare move, no official statement was issued by the ISPR after the marathon special meeting.
"Today everyone witnessed the state of so-called civilian supremacy in the country," says Rana Sanaullah.