Sharif trying to sow discord between state institutions: PM Imran Khan

As the anti-government alliance of 11 opposition political parties under the name of Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) started its campaign, Prime Minister Imran Khan has come out guns blazing against the agenda of his predecessor Nawaz Sharif, which he said is aimed as "sowing discord in the military, the judiciary, and the government"

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Former PM Sharif's security ramped up in London

Security for former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who is currently in London, has been heightened, a development that came weeks after the PML-N supremo's fiery speech against the incumbent Imran Khan-led government and his criticism of the military establishments alleged interference in political matters

Opposition PPP slams Imran Khan government for not laying PIDA ordinance before parliament

The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) on Saturday criticised the government for not laying the controversial Pakistan Islands Development Authority (PIDA) Ordinance, 2020, before the National Assembly or the Senate when both houses were in session on Friday

Pakistan rejects Armenian allegation of involvement in Karabakh conflict

Pakistan on Saturday categorically rejected baseless comments by the Armenian prime minister alleging involvement of Pakistani special forces alongside Azerbaijani army in the ongoing Karabakh conflict

Days of Imran Khan government are numbered, warns opposition PDM power show

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is facing a serious outburst from the opposition parties, who have now joined together and launched an anti-government campaign, aimed at toppling the ruling government

'Need to change Pakistan's narrative in the world'

Special Assistant to Pakistan Prime Minister on National Security, Dr Moeed Yusuf, on Saturday said it was important to change how Pakistan's narrative was perceived in the world and to propagate the message that the country stood for economic security and regional peace

Prince William, Kate Middleton reunite with Pakistani students

It has already been a year since the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made their first-ever visit to Pakistan

‘Selected’ PTI government to be sent packing in weeks: Oppositon PDM

The 11-party Pakistan Demo­cratic Movement (PDM) sounded the war drums and vowed a dislodging of the government inside weeks during an impressive show of strength in Gujranwala on Friday

PM Imran Khan stays defiant, says no NRO for opposition

In an obvious reference to the first show of power by the opposition’s newly forged alliance in Gujranwala, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday again ruled out the possibility of giving the former any concession even though in that case he would be able to comfortably complete his term in office

Pakistan opposition alliance to hold first rally on Friday

The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), an alliance comprising 11 of the country's opposition parties, is holding its first public rally on Friday in Gujranwala city since its formation last month to oust the incumbent government over its "failures in all sectors"

Four more educational institutions sealed in Islamabad over COVID-19 cases

Four more educational institutes in Islamabad were sealed after coronavirus cases were reported among staff and students, it was reported on Friday

Arrest warrants issued for ex-Pak President in fake accounts case

Pakistan's National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has informed the Islamabad High Court (IHC) that arrest warrants for former President Asif Ali Zardari have been issued in connection with the fake bank accounts case

Pakistan to promote tourism to generate revenue, address unemployment: PM Imran Khan

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said that his government was promoting tourism to generate revenue and address the country's unemployment issue

Pakistan covets Afghanistan's borderlands too

While the India-Pakistan border remains hot, and in the news, due to the infiltration of terrorists and artillery shelling by the Pakistani Army, the situation is equally bad on the Pakistan-Afghanistan border where the Pakistani Army has been building a fence against the wishes of the Afghan government

With FATF presidency passing from China to Germany, Pakistan could be in trouble

With Germanys Marcus Pleyer as president of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), the going for Pakistan, which is already placed in the grey list, may just get tougher

20 Pakistani security personnel killed in two attacks

Twenty Pakistani security personnel, including six Army men, were martyred in two terrorist attacks in Balochistan’s Ormara area and North Waziristan tribal district on Thursday and late Wednesday