Although Pakistan is the 5th largest emerging economy, it continues to struggle with building a digital economy.
The real battleground is Punjab: it could make or break Imran Khan’s dream.
Says Orange Line trains and suchlike are not necessities, immediate requirement is water.
The former premier rules out a split in the party at the top level.
PTI faces disadvantage of weak candidates while PML-N has to struggle against failure to address problems such as water
Criticises PTI and PPP for not executing development works.
The rivals wish to deliver a last blow before campaigning ends on July 24.
Aurangzeb Farooqi says his party will support PTI, PML-N candidates for provincial seats in the constituency.
Seventeen in the run for the NA seat previously won by MQM with huge margins.
Printing of ballot papers for over 85 NA, PA constituencies put on hold, ECP told.
The SC observes the petitioner had not raised objections at the time of filing of nomination papers by the candidate.
Influential individuals in the area have jumped the PPP’s ship and joined the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf.
Abdul Ghafoor Hoat condemns the incident and says such attacks can not scare him.
Asad Umar holds a meeting with Ansarul Ummah leader Maulana Fazlur Rehman Khalil along with other clerics.
The PTI says it is difficult for Khan to appear before it because he is busy in his party’s election campaign.
"We have security fears but that hasn’t stopped us from holding public meetings.”
Peace, new jobs, health and education facilities promised.
Says GDA not a political threat to PPP in Sindh.
PTI chief confident of chalking up a victory over PPP in its traditional stronghold.
Despite defections, some analysts believe that party will not witness a complete defeat in the region.
Investigation underway; no arrests made as yet.
We must vote to keep this competition alive and the pressure high on our representatives.
PML-N leader claims a party ad featuring the PTI chief's alleged inappropriate language has been banned by Pemra.
Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) candidate Nasir Cheema, who landed in hot water earlier this month for using the...
A list of crimes prosecutable under the law has been shared to educate Pakistanis participating in the elections.
Cheema was disqualified over posters from April 18, while the code of conduct was issued on June 14, lawyer argues.
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None of the other parties vying for power in the city have bothered to even do this much.
Planning Commission confirmed that meetings for development projects will "likely be held under newly elected govt”.
"By allowing candidates of banned organisations to take part in the election, extremists have been given space."