Says will finalise election candidate within next couple of days.
Returning officer rejects objections raised by PTI vice-president Ghulam Sarwar Khan.
Internal rifts grow between disgruntled workers and party leadership.
“The party will have normal relations with the establishment after winning the polls,” says PML-N media cell chairman.
CJP says it is now responsibility of ECP and judiciary to ensure timely elections.
Chaudhry Abdul Ghafoor says goodbye after again being denied PA ticket.
“Each candidate was interviewed in order to make the process of awarding tickets transparent," PML-N president says.
PTI's NA-125 candidate files 20 objections against Maryam Nawaz, who is running for the same seat.
Pir Iqbal Shah who defeated Ali Tareen assured of ticket by Shahbaz Sharif.
Complainants claim Zardari and his family have never paid agricultural tax and abiyana.
“The way the caretaker minister for power defended the issue of electricity was alarming," he says.
The party's information secretary demands appointment of officers of best repute, experience and professional expertise.
Women candidates nominated for reserved seats mostly include relatives of senior male party members.
Apten presents charter of demands; says will form own political party catering to transgender community after elections.
Patel had submitted nomination form to contest elections from Karachi's NA-248 constituency.
One-time railways minister owe the gas company hundreds of millions of rupees.
Apex court's three member bench gives a 2-1 verdict in favour of AML chief.
Campaigning sans issues and meaningful manifestos renders the upcoming democratic exercise a mere power struggle.
No real issue is expected to make it to the forefront of the poll debate.
Finally, it has happened. Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan is no more with the Sharifs.
Four assistant returning officers placed under suspension for misconduct; disciplinary action ordered.
"I will pay extra attention to education for girls if I end up winning," Hazrat Bibi vows.
PM reiterates commitment to holding free, fair and peaceful elections.
Among those red-flagged are PPP members Hina Rabbani Khar and Mian Manzoor Ahmed Wattoo.
PML-N's Sobia Khan files her nomination papers for NA-7, Lower Dir.
Shahbaz files nominations in Swat, Imran in Bannu, Bilawal in Malakand and Musharraf in Chitral
The party's local office-bearers say they will stage a sit-in if tickets from women candidates are not withdrawn.
PPP workers demand Bilawal and parliamentary board review decision on awarding of tickets.
239 candidates submit nominations for 14 constituencies of provincial assembly.
GB chief secy's remarks 'humiliating', say protesters.