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Jul 24, 2018
Pakistan general elections 2018: Punjab to be highly-charged contest, but electricity woes loom large over federal capitalPakistan's Punjab has been a hotbed of political developments given that it houses the federal capital Lahore and is being contested with strategic vigour.
Jul 24, 2018
Nawaz Sharif suffering from high blood pressure, other heart issues, denied permission to consult personal doctor: PML-NPakistan's jailed former prime minister Nawaz Sharif is suffering from high blood pressure but has been refused permission to see his personal doctor, his party said on Monday.
Jul 16, 2018
Nasir-ul-Mulk, former Pakistan chief justice, appointed interim prime minister until General Election on 25 JulyPakistan on Monday appointed former chief justice Nasir Ul Mulk as interim prime minister until general elections are held on 25 July, premier Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said.
Jul 03, 2018
Reporters Without Borders writes letter to Pakistan's caretaker PM over 'growing curtailment of press freedom'Reporters Without Borders, the organisation which aims to protect freedom of press, has written a letter to Pakistan's caretaker prime minister.
Jun 16, 2018
Killing of Taliban chief significant development in fight against terror, says Pakistan's caretaker PM Nasir-ul-MulkPakistan's caretaker prime minister Nasir-ul-Mulk described the killing of Pakistan Taliban chief in a US drone strike as a "significant development in the fight against terrorism"
Aug 27, 2014
Leave Islamabad's protest venue: Pakistan SC directs protestersIn the second such direction, the Supreme Court of Pakistan on Wednesday ordered the two parties leading anti-government sit-in protests to clear out of Islamabad's Constitution Avenue area by Thursday.
Aug 15, 2014
Pak SC bars any unconstitutional steps against Sharif govtPakistan Supreme Court today issued an order against any unconstitutional step to remove the civilian government as anti-Sharif protests threatened political instability and possible military intervention in the coup-prone country.