Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17: Five years later, investigators build criminal case against those responsible
An international team of investigators building a criminal case against those responsible in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 is set to announce progress in the probe on Wednesday
Ousted Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif will be present during his indictment proceedings in the accountability court on Monday in three corruption and money laundering cases involving his family's offshore properties, his party said on Sunday.
Panama papers case: Nawaz Sharif's children, son-in-law challenge Supreme Court's verdict, files review petitions
Shehbaz Sharif is set to be appointed as president of the PML-N after Pakistan's Election Commission asked the ruling party to replace his brother Nawaz Sharif.
How did the Panama Papers help the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) discover Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif family's involvement in money laundering?
Panama Papers verdict: Pakistan Supreme Court disqualifies Nawaz Sharif, orders filing of graft cases against him
Pakistan's Supreme Court on Friday ordered Nawaz Sharif to step down and ruled that graft cases be filed against him and his children over the Panama Papers scandal.
Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif has admitted that he had worked for a UAE-based company and also had a work permit (Iqama) for it at the time.
Pakistan's Supreme Court on Monday resumed the hearing of high-profile Panamagate graft case against prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his family
Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif explicitly dismissed a report from a corruption investigation that raised questions about the source of his family's wealth, rejecting it as "slander" on Thursday
Panama Papers case: Walls close in on Nawaz Sharif; mudslinging in a long-drawn trial may be his best bet
The JIT report has not been able to pin responsibility on Nawaz Sharif himself for any specific acquisition of property. And those who say that the Sharifs will probably win the next election are not far from wrong.
Panama Papers probe: JIT finds disparities in Nawaz Sharif's income, recommends corruption case against him
In a setback to Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif, a Supreme Court ordered probe panel in its final report on the Panamagate on Monday recommended filing of a corruption case against him and his children after finding "significant" disparities in their income and actual wealth.
Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif's elder son Hussain Nawaz on Tuesday appeared before a JIT for the sixth time in connection with the Panama Papers probe.
Beleaguered prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Thursday said he and his family have done nothing wrong and lashed out at "some unseen elements" for plotting against his democratically-elected government, as he became Pakistan's first sitting premier to be grilled by a graft probe panel.
Panama Papers case: Pakistan SC rejects objections by Nawaz Sharif's son against investigation team members
Islamabad: Pakistan's Supreme Court dismissed the objections raised by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's son against members of a team investigating the Sharif family's overseas businesses in connection with the Panama Papers case.
Panama Papers: Nawaz Sharif and family has much to worry despite a split stand by Pakistan Supreme Court
The Supreme Court of Pakistan has sought more investigations (within the next two months or so) to be conducted by a specially constituted committee into the trail of money used in buying flats owned by Nawaz Sharif's family
Congress on Thursday raised the Pathankot terror attack issue in the Lok Sabha and advised the Narendra Modi government to negotiate with Pakistan from a position of "strength" and not "emotions".
Pakistan's JIT has said that the Pathankot attack had been staged by India, according to a Pakistani media report.
Pakistan JIT's visit to Pathankot did not compromise national security as the team's access was limited to the attack sites
Pakistani media has said that India is reluctant to cooperate with Pakistan on the probe into the Pathankot terror attack.
Pathankot attack probe: Pakistan JIT won't be allowed inside the Indian Air Force base, only the crime scene
The five-member Pakistani JIT looking into the Pathankot probe also requested access to FIRs registered in the case