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Pakistan: Eight members of social media team of Imran Khan's party arrested for campaigning against Army chief
The PTI has vowed to challenge the arrests in high courts. The arrests were made by Pakistan's Federal Investigation Agency over the targeting of the Army chief and Supreme Court judges on social media
Shehbaz Sharif is an able administrator with a focus on development. Though he has already raked up the Kashmir issue, there’s a likelihood that ties between the two nations will see improvement
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Pakistan: Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri did not resign, set to chair National Assembly session on Monday
National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaisar resigned from his office on Saturday ahead of voting on a no-confidence motion against former prime minister Imran Khan
174 members in the 342-seat National Assembly voted against Khan. Voting took place following high political drama. The crucial session was adjourned four times before resuming post midnight
Pakistan Assembly speaker refuses to allow no-trust vote against Imran Khan, session adjourned till 10 pm today
Khan has summoned his cabinet as the Opposition pressurises the Speaker to hold the voting as soon as possible saying that not doing so will amount to 'contempt of court'
A day ahead of no-trust vote, Imran Khan said people of Pakistan need to "protect sovereignty and self-respect"
Pakistan: National Assembly Secretariat issues order to hold no-trust vote against Imran Khan on Saturday
Pakistan Supreme Court on Thursday set aside the ruling of the Deputy Speaker which rejected the no-confidence motion against Imran Khan-led government
It was an end to Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan’s bid to thwart a no-confidence motion against his government when the Supreme Court restored the National Assembly and declared the Deputy Speaker’s ruling as unconstitutional
'Will play till the last ball,' says Pakistan PM Imran Khan as SC orders no-trust vote against him on 9 April
Khan who has summoned his cabinet will be addressing the nation on Friday. The Opposition hailed the SC verdict as 'a victory for democracy and the people of Pakistan'
After noting that the deputy speaker's ruling to dismiss the no-trust motion against Imran Khan was a violation of Article 95, Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial said that the verdict will be delivered at 7:30 pm on Thursday
Pakistan: Deputy speaker's decision to dismiss no-trust vote against Imran Khan 'unconstitutional', says Supreme Court
According to the petition filed by the joint Opposition, the speaker should be directed to convene the session on Thursday as 'the deputy speaker does not have the authority to adjourn the session'
Pakistan: Supreme Court seeks minutes of NSC meeting, adjourns hearing on no-trust vote till Thursday
Supreme Court of Pakistan asked for the material on basis of which the deputy speaker exercised powers
The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Monday said it could not decide on the case pertaining to the National Assembly deputy speaker's decision to dismiss the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan without listening to everyone
Pakistan Supreme Court bars state institutions from taking any 'unconstitutional' steps after dissolution of National Assembly
Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial said all orders and actions initiated by the prime minister and the president regarding the dissolution of the National Assembly will be subject to the court's order
A total of 147 people, 132 of them children, were killed when Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan militants stormed Army Public School in Peshawar in 2014
The FATF said that that there is a serious deficiency on the part of Pakistan in checking terror financing and the country is yet to demonstrate it has taken action against the UN-designated terrorists and their associates
Daniel Pearl murder: Pakistan SC orders shifting of Al-Qaeda terrorist Omar Saeed Sheikh to govt rest house
The order came days after the Sindh government filed a review petition in the apex court against the acquittal of Sheikh and his three accomplices in the murder of the WSJ South Asia bureau chief
US expresses outrage after Pakistan SC dismisses appeals against acquittal of Daniel Pearl murder case convict
Pearl, a Wall Street Journal scribe, was abducted and beheaded while investigating a story on the links between the ISI and Al-Qaeda in Pakistan in 2002
Pearl, the South Asia bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal, was abducted and beheaded while he was in Pakistan investigating a story on the links between the ISI and Al-Qaeda