Lawmakers are set to meet at the National Assembly on Monday to discuss and vote for proposed constitutional amendment seeking speedy trial of terrorists in the wake of Peshawar school attack, Radio Pakistan reported.
The 21st Amendment Bill 2015 and the Pakistan Army (Amendment) Bill 2015 were tabled in the assembly on January 3 in . . . → Read More: Lawmakers to discuss constitutional amendment today
(By Hasnaat Malik) As the Supreme Court’s two weeks deadline regarding the appointment of permanent Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) expires today, Leader of Opposition in the National Assembly Khurshid Ahmad Shah has approached the apex court, seeking a three-month extension for the completion of the process.
The Supreme Court on October 14 gave the federal . . . → Read More: End of deadline and still no CEC
(By Talat Masood) The country is once again in the grip of grave political crises which, if remain unresolved, could have serious consequences for its integrity and stability. Clearly, Imran Khan is playing high stakes poker, giving the message of ‘now or never’. His allegation that the entire election of 2013 was a . . . → Read More: Is “democracy” really in danger?
Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafiq on Friday said that courts award decisions on the basis of proofs not on the desires of any body.
Talking to media outside the Parliament House he the Minister rejected the claim of the PTI Chairman Imran Khan about rigging in general elections. Saad said . . . → Read More: Khwaja Saad Rafique rejects IK’s allegations
(by Parvez Jabri) ISLAMABAD: National Assembly was informed Wednesday that new A-320-200 aircrafts will start joining Pakistan International Airlines fleet from current month.
Minister of State for Cabinet Secretariat and Parliamentary Affairs Aftab Sheikh told the House the government has approved financing for acquisition of 11 narrow body aircrafts on dry lease. “These aircrafts will . . . → Read More: Pakistan International Airlines will be getting new A-320 planes soon
A report prepared by the Interior Ministry has declared the capital city as ‘extremely dangerous’ due to the presence and functioning of banned outfits along with other factors, Geo News reported.
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IF anything has changed in Nawaz Sharif’s style of governance in his third term in office, surely it is for the worse. Not only has the government increasingly become a family enterprise, its ineptness is getting more glaring by the day. The high-profile launch of the prime minister’s daughter in public office marks further strengthening . . . → Read More: Pakistan: All in the family
Journalists, politicians and lawyers have decried ‘discrimination’ by the Supreme Court on Wednesday after the court staff gave only one news channel access to the full-court reference in honour of outgoing chief justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry.
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The main opposition Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has asked the government to hold trial of former army chief Gen Pervez Musharraf on treason charges for staging a military coup in 1999, saying the party is ready to cooperate with the government to remove any constitutional hitch in this regard.
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