Bilawal stressed the need for continuation of the democratic process without any obstacle.
The seven surviving Adiyala prisoners expressed ignorance about the trial in which they had been convicted of terrorism and sentenced to different jail terms.
Maulana Fazlur Rehman said his party did not accept the PTI’s victory in Mardan, Kohat, Peshawar and Fata obtained through massive rigging.
ISLAMABAD, May 14: The days of forming large cabinets at centre and in provinces to keep everybody happy are over because of restrictions imposed by two articles inserted into the constitution by the 18th
The incoming prime minister said that the mistrust which had long dogged relations with India needed to be addressed. He also pledged to strengthen relations with US.
PESHAWAR, May 13: The Jamaat-i-Islami announced on Monday night that it was aligning with the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf in its efforts to from government in Khyber Pakhtunkhawa.
QUETTA, May 13: The Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PkMAP), Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and National Party (NP) — the three major parties in Balochistan which have won 26 of the 51 general seats of
KARACHI: The Karachi stock market hit an all-time high on Monday following Nawaz Sharif’s strong victory in landmark elections, which revived hopes the steel tycoon’s pro-business agenda could spark an economic
Imran Khan said the party had collected evidence of rigging in 25 constituencies of the National Assembly and asked the ECP to look into the complaints.
Living up to its reputation, KP is again heading for a coalition government, triggering a race among parties to out-manoeuvre each other and gather partners.
The PML-N which has emerged as the single largest party plans to get into action as soon as the ECP officially announces the results.
A PML-N leader said that there was a consensus in the meeting that Shahbaz Sharif was the best choice for managing the affairs of Punjab, the party’s stronghold.
QUETTA, May 12: Balochistan’s Inspector General of Police Mushtaq Sukhera escaped a suicide attack here on Sunday night. Five people were killed and 68 others, 27 police personnel among them, injured in the attack.
NEW DELHI, May 12: Indians across the board on Sunday saluted the people of Pakistan for their determined fight to protect and advance democracy in their troubled country as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh invited
“There was total rigging. We are taking feedback from our candidates in the province and will present the evidence before the media soon,” said Khosa.
The people of Pakistan spoke loud and clear, casting aside fears of threat of attacks, and cast their votes.
KARACHI/QUETTA/PESHAWAR, May 11: Attacks, bomb explosions and violent clashes marked the polling day across the country on Saturday, killing at least 38 people and injuring over 150 others.
As PML-N supporters swarm the streets, bringing traffic to a halt, dancing and singing on main thoroughfares, the PTI wave of supporters, so obvious until hours earlier, has already melted away.
PESHAWAR, May 11: The Awami National Party was circumspect weeks before it stepped into elections, knowing the heavy odds it faced. But what happened on Saturday will not be less than a rude shock to even the most pessimistic amongst them.
The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) may be down after Punjab ignored its call for ‘change’ on Saturday, but it is not out.