The government had confiscated thousands of shipping containers—and their contents—to block protests.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif
Pakistan’s foreign policy is a joke.
PTI chief has warned he will ‘shut down’ Lahore on Dec. 4, Faisalabad on Dec. 8, Karachi on Dec. 12, and the entire country on Dec. 16.
Choosing between the doable and the desirable.
PTI chief says he does not accept 2013 election results and demands P.M. Sharif answer four questions or risk 1-million-strong long march.
Case registered against 54 named and 3,000 unknown people under charges of terrorism, murder, riots and attack on police.
Interior minister says a hotline will be set up between Pakistan’s Frontier Corps and Iran’s Border Security Force.
British lawmakers demand funds be stopped without proof that they help stop extremism in Pakistan.
Former national team captain allegedly rejected offer due to a disagreement over working conditions.
Observers claim lack of political will, corruption will likely result in a repeat of the health epidemic.
Negotiating committee will comprise representatives of the federal and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa governments.
At least 12 policemen killed, 60 others injured in suicide attack on police bus.
Deputy governor Ashraf Mahmood Wathra has been appointed acting governor until further notice.
In an interview with the BBC, PPP’s patron-in-chief says the time for talks has passed.
Consumers balk at high prices of hybrid cars as government plans to encourage alternatives to fuel-guzzlers fizzle.
Analysts claim permanent presence of armed forces can help prevent return of Taliban.
Prime Minister’s Office has advised President Mamnoon Hussain to confer award on teenager who sacrificed himself to protect his school.
Congress has been asked to resume over $300 million in blocked assistance as ties between Washington and Islamabad improve.
Former president placed under house arrest again hours after he was granted bail allowing him to leave the country.
Attacks in four major cities of Pakistan have raised questions on Taliban’s desire to participate in peace talks.