PML-N, PPP meeting likely to devise joint strategy to give a tough time to rivals in parliament
ECP rejects Sadiq's allegations, says PML-N leader was told to visit during office hours.
PK-29 candidates claim to have video evidence of rigging.
That women lined up to vote even in parts of violence-plagued Balochistan is a testament to their enthusiasm.
The new opposition should reflect on factors other than ‘rigging’ that may also have affected its poll performance.
Asfandyar alleges ECP, army, caretakers teamed up to keep Pakhtun leaders out of NA.
Urges SC to take suo motu notice of ‘manipulation’ of poll results.
48.11pc of the 445,827 votes polled were received by PTI, religious parties fail to make impact in capital.
Online campaign promotes Dr Yasmin Rashid but Aleem Khan, Fawad Chaudhry also in the run for the post from PTI.
PTI also starts courting independent winners and other parties to form government in Punjab.
Shares the concerns expressed by the European Union and the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan.
Says that the success of his party in the election is the result of party’s continuous struggle.
Cracks reappear in Muttahida as Farooq Sattar attends JUI-F’s multi-party conference.
The Secretary General commends the Election Commission of Pakistan for organising the elections.
The CEC will now be able to constitute two benches instead of one to hear and decide cases filed with the ECP.
“We reject the election results in which certain institutions interfered," says Achakzai.
Similar application of Yousuf Raza Gilani meets same fate, but such pleas of his sons accepted.
The incumbent govt does not think it has the mandate to put the duo's names on the list.
Free and Fair Election Network commends ECP on the conduct of elections, says voter turnout stood at 53.3pc.
Leaders of MMA, ANP, QWP, NP, PSP, MQM-P attend the PML-N-hosted meeting.
Observers praise ECP's role, but say the playing field was unequal amidst media censorship, coercion of state.
'Clerical error' leads to PTI candidate being wrongly declared winner; independent candidate bagged highest votes.
Closely-fought constituencies NA-129, NA-131 and NA-108 will have votes recounted in presence of winner, runner up.
For the past 72 hours, international media has been fixated on Pakistan's 11th general elections.
The PPP has decided not to attend a multi-party conference (MPC) called by the MMA on Friday to devise a joint...
"Free and fair elections are every Pakistani’s right, we are not willing to compromise that right," says Bilawal.
Hamza Shahbaz says PML-N also reaching out to 'like-minded' winning candidates to gain majority in Punjab Assembly.
He is also the first ─ and only ─ non-Muslim to have won a general seat in a provincial assembly.
Independent winners can join a political party of their choice within three days of taking oath as member of NA.
For the last several decades, whoever has become the province's CM has been an old pupil of the late general.