Punjab govt allows poll contenders to engage private guards for campaigns across province.
Bilawal to hold public meeting in Liaquat Bagh.
Says if Nawaz hadn't confronted state institutions, he would not be facing his present fate.
PPP's NA-55 candidate Zulfiqar Hayat Khan holds corner meeting in Attock.
BAHAWALPUR: The Punjab government has allowed candidates for general polls to engage private guards for their...
Malik Ghulam Raza Rabbani Khar is contesting as a PPP candidate for NA-183 and seems to be in a strong position.
Unless the district election commission gets a written complaint from the election office, it cannot take any action.
FAISALABAD: The Baloch vote will again play a decisive role in NA-103 (Faisalabad) constituency as all the ...
“The way we have been welcomed from Karachi to Multan is proof that no one can stop us," Bilawal says.
Awards tickets to 102 candidates but fields no woman.
SHEIKHPURA: Flouting the restrictions imposed by the district administration on holding of any public meeting at...
LAHORE: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has asked the caretaker Punjab chief minister to probe into an...
“Pre-poll rigging is already underway. Numerous incidents have been reported, especially in Punjab," Aurenzeb says.
MQM-H chairman Afaq Ahmed is among 16 candidates in the run.
10-point agenda includes people-friendly development, guaranteeing jobs and a Rs30,000 minimum wage, among others.
PTI chief forewarns that Zardari will soon patch up with Nawaz.
Monitoring committees ensure implementation of ECP code of conduct by political parties and candidates.
18 candidates are in the run for NA-43, while 41 are trying their luck in NA-44. Most of them are independents.
Establishment accused of trying to bring a certain political party to power.
QUETTA: The provincial president of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), Sardar Yar Muhammad Rind, has said that July 25...
The Magsis or whoever they nominate [usually] win. They have been dominating since the 1990s.
Jamali criticises successive governments in Islamabad for imposing their decisions on the province.
‘Today we are being forced to prove our credentials as Muslim. This whole thing has created hatred in our society.
It is worth asking if bureaucrats’ loyalties to parties take precedence over their loyalty to the state.
Says will turn Pakistan into an Islamic welfare state if voted into power.
Kashish knows her campaign is futile.
Politicians may promise us the moon and stars, but will they deliver? Dawn Business and Finance breaks it down for you.
The party’s promises ahead of the 2018 poll appear to be a follow-up to the pledges it made in 2013.
THE PML-N has launched its manifesto for election 2018 with great fanfare, perhaps in an attempt to fight off the...
Decision taken after members' dismay over PTI’s failure to respond to their reservations over award of party tickets