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Pakistan Senate adopts resolution against disqualified persons holding party posts, takes aim at Nawaz Sharif
Pakistan's Senate passed a resolution against a person holding a party post after being disqualified from public office, a move aimed against former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's re-election as the chief of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz).
a total number of 298 Indian emigrants have been granted Pakistani citizenship," the Interior Ministry
A day after the Supreme Court disqualified Nawaz Sharif from holding public office, legal experts and political observers appear equally confused, as are ordinary Pakistani citizens.
An important question that arises after the fast-paced events in Pakistan is why the establishment as a whole appeared to be determined to bundle Nawaz Sharif out of office before his term ends.
Until the next general elections are held in Pakistan in 2018, here is a list of people who may replace Nawaz Sharif as prime minister.
Pakistan's interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Thursday said that he would resign and quit politics after the Supreme Court judgement on the Panamagate case.
Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar skips key press meet, keeps up suspense on relations with Nawaz Sharif
Pakistan interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan postponed his much-anticipated news conference on Sunday, citing a severe backache, amid reports of a "patch-up" between Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his powerful Cabinet member
India-Pakistan ties cannot improve until the two countries overcome mutual distrust and animosity, Pakistan's interior minister said on Tuesday as he accused India of "stubbornness" in resolving bilateral issues.
Pakistan Army deletes tweet that signalled rift with govt over sacking of top bureaucrat, combating militancy
The army, which enjoys considerable influence over policy decisions in Pakistan, had on 29 April in a tweet "rejected" a notification by the Sharif government stating that he had sacked his top aide .
Jamaat-ud Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed has asked the Pakistan government to immediately remove his name from a list that bars him from leaving the country
Pakistan's interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan defended his widely criticised meeting with popular extremist leaders, saying it was unfair to link everything to a sectarian leader considered the godfather of militants
India's "hegemonic stance" and "aggressive posturing" is a threat to peace and stability in the region, said Pakistan's Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and asked the international community to stop seeing South Asia through the Indian prism.
Union Finance Minister Arun jaitly will not attend South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) finance ministers' summit in Islamabad.
An American national, who was blacklisted and deported from Pakistan in 2011 after he was allegedly caught spying on sensitive installations, has been arrested after he arrived at the airport
Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who returned to India on Thursday evening after delivering a compact speech at the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) home ministers’ meeting in Islamabad, has been taken to task by some critics that by targeting Pakistan for its role in Kashmir in what is an international or regional gathering, he has weakened the growth of the regional organisation.
External Affairs Ministry on Friday made it clear that there will be no bilateral meeting between Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Pakistani leaders when he travels to Islamabad to attend the SAARC ministerial conference on 4 August
Pakistan's interior minister has ordered a probe into circumstances surrounding the release from captivity of the son of a slain governor.
ICC World T20: Pakistan team's departure to India put on hold, Interior Ministry to decide on future plans
In a late night development, the departure of Pakistan team for India for the World T20 has been put on hold by the Pakistan Cricket Board.
Pakistan will share information with the US about the California shooting in line with the international obligations.
Foreign Islamic militants have been able to secure Pakistani national identity cards for years in exchange for bribes as low as USD 100, giving them greater freedom to operate.