The government and the opposition parties are set to clinch a deal on the China-Pak Economic Corridor (CPEC) routes as backchannel contacts have yielded positive results.Planning and Development Minister Ahsan Iqbal has said that there were no differences, but ‘misunderstandings’ among the parties.
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The standoff and tension between the government and protesting parties seemed subsiding with both PTI and PAT agreeing to hold negotiations with the PML-N regime.
However, if the information coming out of both camps is taken on the face value, preliminary talks Wednesday opened and concluded on a deadlock as both PTI and PAT demanded . . . → Read More: Parties juggle a deadlock and table-talks with the government
Lahori’s know all too well that the power of the MQM comes with a price the ordinary people end up paying
Under the auspices of giving all political parties of Pakistan access to all political spaces in Pakistan, the MQM has ventured (again) into the unknown waters of the Punjab. The PML-N – dominant in . . . → Read More: MQM in Punjab