Head of Pakistan Awami Tehreek says he is stepping down from his post due to health concerns, other commitments
Pakistan Awami Tehreek
Lawmakers’ publicizing of the Army chief’s in-camera briefing has helped the military’s prestige
Each major sit-in has further loosened Islamabad’s internal sovereignty
The Tehreek-i-Labaik Yah Rasool Allah Pakistan is following the precedence set by the PTI and PAT
Is Imran Khan—once again—hoping the military will intervene to oust P.M. Nawaz Sharif?
Pakistan continues to misread the room.
Tahir-ul-Qadri says he is focusing on religion, but is ready to resume street protests when the time is right.
The Judicial Commission report has deprived P.M. Nawaz Sharif of his excuse for non-performance.
A new initiative to induct highly educated men and women into the controversial police force is already showing dividends.
Cleric says he will now spend two days in every major city of Pakistan to bring the ‘revolution’ to people’s homes.
Negotiating jirga claims it is close to breakthrough, as Qadri denies reports he will leave without Nawaz Sharif’s resignation.
Interior minister and opposition lawmakers condemned anti-government protests during joint session of Parliament.
PTI president Javed Hashmi had alleged that the military had directed party chief Imran Khan to align with Tahir-ul-Qadri.
Supreme Court cancels leaves of all judges and orders them to return to Islamabad.
Army personnel resolve situation after reaching building nearly 30 minutes after rioters broke into state-owned TV channel.
Corps Commanders Conference reviews unrest with ‘serious concern,’ recommending swift end without resorting to violence.
Three killed and hundreds injured as PTI chief and populist cleric Qadri continue protests to force the resignation of P.M. Sharif.
At least 120 people injured, according to officials, after 25,000 people tried to march on P.M. House.
Interior minister claims ISPR statement on P.M. asking Army chief to ‘facilitate’ resolution to protests supports his stance.
P.M. Sharif claims opposition parties wanted meeting, but populist cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri denies this.