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Opposition parties in Pakistan launch alliance to oust Prime Minister Imran Khan
A 26-point joint resolution was adopted on Sunday by the All Parties Conference (APC), which was hosted by the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and attended by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F) and several other parties.
Imran govt to soon make occupied Gilgit-Baltistan Pak's 5th province
Pakistani newspaper Express Tribune quoted Minister of 'Kashmir and Gilg...
Pakistan to elevate Gilgit-Baltistan to full-fledged province: Report
India has clearly conveyed to Pakistan that the entire union territorie...
China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Chairman braces for further heat over kins' corruption
Digital footprints of the official website of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) show that someone within SECP deleted the online records of five of six companies owned by Asim Saleem Bajwa’s family members after investigations were launched into the assets accumulated by the family during the retired general’s military career, ET has learnt.
Pakistan to hold National Assembly, Senate sessions next week to get FATF bills passed
The decision to call the fresh sessions was taken during a meeting between Prime Minister Imran Khan and his adviser on parliamentary affairs Babar Awan on Monday, according to a media report. Awan called on the prime minister following the postponement of the Senate and National Assembly (NA) sessions scheduled for Monday.
CPEC to be completed at all costs: Imran Khan
Terming the CPEC an excellent project for the country's socio-economic development, Imran said the gigantic multi-faceted initiative would guarantee a bright future for the nation. Lauding the performance of CPEC Authority, he said measures must be taken to improve its working as well as capacity.
Pakistan FM, Chinese counterpart discuss Covid-19 pandemic, bilateral relations
Qureshi was on a two-day visit to China to hold the second round of the China-Pakistan Foreign Ministers' Strategic Dialogue in the Chinese province of Hainan.
Minus Formula’s gains steam in Pak politics as deep state explores alternative to Imran
‘Minus Formula’ would imply the exit of Khan and entry of a new PM. While there is no timeline to Khan’s exit strains are visible in the relationship between Khan and Pak’s ‘deep state’, ET has reliably gathered. Public discussions and media reportage within Pakistan refer to emerging strains in ties between the former cricket captain and the ‘deep state’.
Imran Khan’s remarks on Bin Laden is an attempt to become leader of Ummah
The Pak PM made the comment in parliament as he was describing the history of Pakistan's troubled relations with the US since American special forces killed bin Laden in 2011 in the northern city of Abbottabad.
Imran Khan calls Osama bin Laden 'Shaheed' in Pakistan National Assembly
A viral video clip showed how the PTI leader lashed out at the United States for how Laden had been killed in Abbottabad. Khan said, "shaheed kar diya".
Saudi Arabia ends a loan and associated oil supply to Pakistan following threats to split OIC
Pakistan had to repay a Saudi loan of $1 billion. The loan was part of a $6.2 billion package announced by Saudi Arabia in November 2018, which included a total of $3 billion in loans and an oil credit facility amounting to $3.2 billion.
5 killed, 20 injured in Pakistan blast: Assistant Commissioner Zakaullah Durrani
The blast occurred at the Haji Nida market of Chaman town in the volatile Balochistan province, according to police. At least five people were killed and 20 were injured in the blast, Dawn newspaper quoted Assistant Commissioner Zakaullah Durrani as saying.
Pak twitterati lambasts Imran Khan’s inefficiency and mis-governance
#RemoveIncompetentIK was trending in Pakistan earlier this week with comments ranging from sufferings under Imran Khan. Questions were raised on his level of competency. Some Pak nationals even questioned Khan’s state of mental health.
Army tightens grip on Pakistan as Imran Khan’s popularity wanes
In some ways, this is nothing new. Yet it’s a far cry from the "New Pakistan" Khan promised when he took power.
OIC's reluctance to convene FMs meeting on Kashmir upsets Pakistan
Despite repeated requests from Pakistan to hold a foreign ministers' meeting on Kashmir, the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation has shown reluctance to convene such a conference, prompting an upset Islamabad to threaten that it may call a separate gathering on the issue.