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Pakistan's ex-PM Nawaz Sharif mulling political comeback after year-long gap
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Pakistan's ex-PM Nawaz Sharif mulling political comeback after year-long gap

Sharif's decision to become active in politics coincided with the issuance of a non-bailable arrest warrant by the Islamabad High Court. He has been living in London since November 2019 after he was allowed to go abroad for four weeks for treatment

Bilawal Bhutto seeks MQM's support to topple Imran Khan government, offers party equal number of ministries in Sindh cabinet
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Bilawal Bhutto seeks MQM's support to topple Imran Khan government, offers party equal number of ministries in Sindh cabinet

'Topple it, topple it, topple Imran's government,' the 31-year-old scion of the Bhutto political dynasty said at a function in Karachi.

Furious over 'drag corpse and hang for three days' rider in Pervez Musharraf death sentence, Pakistan govt seeks removal of 'mentally unfit' judge
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Furious over 'drag corpse and hang for three days' rider in Pervez Musharraf death sentence, Pakistan govt seeks removal of 'mentally unfit' judge

Furious over a special court's verdict to drag Gen (retd.) Pervez Musharraf's corpse to the Parliament and hang it for three days, the Pakistan government on Thursday said that it will move the Supreme Judicial Council to unseat the "mentally unfit" head of the tribunal

Imran Khan holds emergency meeting as Pakistan govt decides to support Pervez Musharraf’s appeal against death sentence
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Imran Khan holds emergency meeting as Pakistan govt decides to support Pervez Musharraf’s appeal against death sentence

Imran Khan discussed the issue with his top party aides even as his government decided to support Musharraf 's appeal against 'unfair' verdict

Pakistan's ailing ex-president Pervez Musharraf calls death sentence a 'personnel vendetta' against him
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Pakistan's ailing ex-president Pervez Musharraf calls death sentence a 'personnel vendetta' against him

Pakistan's ailing former president Pervez Musharraf on Wednesday said the death sentence given to him by a court in a treason case is based on a 'personnel vendetta'

Day after Pervez Musharraf sentenced to death, Pakistan Army rallies behind former chief; govt says he was not given fair trial
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Day after Pervez Musharraf sentenced to death, Pakistan Army rallies behind former chief; govt says he was not given fair trial

Former Pakistan President and military ruler Musharraf was sentenced to death in absentia on Tuesday for high treason following a six-year legal case.

Islamabad High Court stops special court from announcing verdict in Pervez Musharraf high treason case
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Islamabad High Court stops special court from announcing verdict in Pervez Musharraf high treason case

As Pakistan President, Musharraf imposed emergency and suspended the Constitution in 2007, which according to Article 6 of the Constitution was an act of high treason.

Pakistan's right-wing JUI-F party to begin 'Azadi March' against 'incompetent' Imran Khan government on 27 October
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Pakistan's right-wing JUI-F party to begin 'Azadi March' against 'incompetent' Imran Khan government on 27 October

A major right-wing religious party in Pakistan announced that it will begin its 'Azadi March' to oust the 'incompetent' government of PM Imran Khan.

Baldev Kumar free to live wherever he wants, says Pakistan minister; dismisses ex-MLA's claims of country persecuting minorities
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Baldev Kumar free to live wherever he wants, says Pakistan minister; dismisses ex-MLA's claims of country persecuting minorities

A minister in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa said the ruling PTI has no objection to former party member and parliamentarian Baldev Kumar seeking political asylum in India

Baldev Kumar, ex-MLA from Imran Khan's party, seeks political asylum in India; accuses Pakistan of persecuting minorities
India

Baldev Kumar, ex-MLA from Imran Khan's party, seeks political asylum in India; accuses Pakistan of persecuting minorities

Pakistan's record of using unfair means of treatment against the minority communities was exposed once again after a former legislator of Prime Minister Imran Khan's party sought political asylum in India

Former Pakistani president Asif Ali Zardari produced before court; anti-corruption body demands physical remand
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Former Pakistani president Asif Ali Zardari produced before court; anti-corruption body demands physical remand

Pakistan's former president Asif Ali Zardari was produced before an accountability court on Tuesday by the anti-graft body seeking his physical remand, a day after he was arrested from his residence in the fake bank accounts case.

Musharraf-era spy boss in hot seat
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Musharraf-era spy boss in hot seat

Taliban-Afghan-US negotiations is biggest challenge for Pakistan’s new interior minister

Forced conversion of Hindu girls in Pakistan: Police detain seven persons, including man who solemnised wedding
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Forced conversion of Hindu girls in Pakistan: Police detain seven persons, including man who solemnised wedding

The Hindu community in Pakistan has carried out massive demonstrations calling for strict action to be taken against those responsible

Imran Khan, the closet bigot
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Imran Khan, the closet bigot

Direct calls made to Imran Khan to remove racist, bigoted loudmouths from his cabinet make me smile. If only those complaining knew that these men only mirror their leader.

Pakistan’s terror 'crackdown': Interior minister is Hafiz Saeed's crony; future NSA a buddy of Masood Azhar
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Pakistan’s terror 'crackdown': Interior minister is Hafiz Saeed's crony; future NSA a buddy of Masood Azhar

The two men behind Imran Khan's war against terrorism — interior minister Shehryar Afridi and future NSA Ijaz Shah — have deep-rooted ties with top terrorists in Pakistan, including JeM chief Masood Azhar and JuD's Hafiz Saeed

Pakistan minister Fayyazul Hassan Chohan apologises for anti-Hindu remarks, resigns from Imran Khan's party following outcry
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Pakistan minister Fayyazul Hassan Chohan apologises for anti-Hindu remarks, resigns from Imran Khan's party following outcry

During a press conference in February, the Pakistani minister was quoted by Samaa news agency, referring to the Hindus as "cow urine-drinking people.

By announcing release of captured IAF pilot, Imran Khan takes hold of narrative for now, grabs moral high ground
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By announcing release of captured IAF pilot, Imran Khan takes hold of narrative for now, grabs moral high ground

On Wednesday, social media was full of images and video clips of captured IAF pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman bloodied, arrested, blindfolded, then cleaned up and casually quizzed while sipping a cup of tea

Former Pakistani PM Yousuf Raza Gilani stopped from leaving country after name pops up on no-fly list
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Former Pakistani PM Yousuf Raza Gilani stopped from leaving country after name pops up on no-fly list

66-year-old Yousuf Raza Gilani reached the Allama Iqbal International Airport here Tuesday night to board a flight for South Korea via Bangkok to attend a conference

Kartarpur Corridor: Harsimrat Badal urges Imran Khan to act against Shah Mehmood Qureshi for his 'googly' remark
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Kartarpur Corridor: Harsimrat Badal urges Imran Khan to act against Shah Mehmood Qureshi for his 'googly' remark

Harsimrat Kaur Badal underlined that no politician should be allowed to "play with religious sentiments" while reiterating Khan's commitment to peace with India, which should not be a "hollow promise."

Kartarpur Corridor: Despite apparent India-Pakistan bonhomie, concrete peace efforts unlikely before LS polls
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Kartarpur Corridor: Despite apparent India-Pakistan bonhomie, concrete peace efforts unlikely before LS polls

It's too early to judge the Kartarpur Corridor as breakthrough in peace talks between India and Pakistan, but it surely one of the biggest confidence building measures between the two countries.