Pakistan Peoples Party on Sunday asked Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to play on the front foot at the important meeting with US President Barrack Obama on October 22. Sharif will leave for the US on Monday (today) and arrive in Washington on Tuesday after a night-long stopover in London. Adviser to PM for National Security . . . → Read More: PM must adopt a more aggressive stance when in USA
After such a public interview aired by Baghi t.v with father of Ayaan Ali’s father and Asad Kharal, isn’t high time to undertake Zarb-Azab against these financial vultures?
An accountability court in Rawalpindi annulled on Wednesday the sentence of former interior minister Senator Rehman Malik in two corruption references.
The former interior minister faced two corruption references and he was convicted in absentia by an accountability court in 2004 while he was abroad.
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MQM’s Altaf Bhai is walking on a tightrope and he is managing this delicate task with political skill one would not have expected from the loud, often eccentric, politician. How does one plan a long march against the very government they have a coalition with, and at the same time assure them that there shall . . . → Read More: Thugs are not revolutionaries
Interior Minister Rehman Malik informed the media on Thursday that the two men who shot Malala Yousafzai on Tuesday have been identified, Express News reported.
Malik said that it has been figured out that who plotted the conspiracy against Malala and from where. He added that the president has ordered for Malala to be shifted . . . → Read More: Attackers of Malala Yousafzai identified
Rehman Malik, the Interior Minister uses the offices and facilities of Malik Riaz for his private business. Apparently his official duties allow him enough time to pursue business scams in various fields, in some of which Malik Riaz and the Minister have common interests. When Rehman Malik shifted to Islamabad from his London exile, Malik . . . → Read More: Malik Riaz offered Privileges beyond constitutional jurisdiction
By Chintan Modi
The last few months have been full of optimism for Indians and Pakistanis who are eager to step across the border and experience what lies on the other side. The fact that both countries have been working towards a liberal visa regime to enable people-to-people contact is a cause for . . . → Read More: Building taller walls
Giving another shock to the government, the Supreme Court of Pakistan temporarily suspended Senate membership of Interior Minister Rehman Malik over the issue of dual nationality.
A three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry while hearing the dual nationality case issued this ruling after Rehman Malik failed to submit the documents, proving that . . . → Read More: Dual nationality case: Malik suspended