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  • Musharraf says he invoked emergency after consulting Gen Kayani

    ISLAMABAD: Former president retired Gen Pervez Musharraf has claimed that he invoked the Nov 3, 2007 emergency after holding consultations with former chief of army staff retired Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani and the senior civilian and military hierarchy...

    This is the first time that Gen Musharraf has directly dragged Gen Kayani into the emergency issue since the PML-N government had filed a (high treason) complaint against him in a special...
  • No visa issued without consulting embassy’s security wings: ex-envoy

    The former ambassador, like Pakistan Peoples Party leaders in Pakistan, also said that “the real issue” was “not issuance of visas to US officials but [Al Qaeda chief] Osama bin Laden’s presence in Pakistan”...

    The document leaked — a letter sent to the embassy in Washington with the signatures of then prime minister’s principal secretary Nargis Sethi — showed that the authorisation to issue one-year visas to US officials without...

  • Bill for south Punjab province: PML-Q minister raps PTI for ‘not consulting an ally’

    BAHAWALPUR: Federal Minister for Housing and Works Tariq Bashir Cheema has complained that the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) did not take into confidence its ally PML-Q while moving a private bill of ‘South Punjab province’ in the National Assembly...

    In this connection, he also referred to the annexation deed of the former Bahawalpur state with Pakistan on the desire of Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and later its merger into the...

  • PMS officers want career progression

    LAHORE: A large number of PMS (Provincial Management Service) officers on Sunday urged the Punjab government and the assembly to save them from the discrimination by the PAS (DMG), denying them promotions, postings and even due respect...

    The PMS officers urged the assembly to justify the 1993 sharing formula according to the strength of services, ensure time-scale promotion of PMS officers...

  • Three former PMs using government bulletproof cars

    The only former chief justice of Pakistan using a government bullet proof car is retired Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry, who was given a Mercedes Benz S-600, post retirement, following an order by the Islamabad High Court...

    Ms Rehman said Youtube is blocked on the orders of the Supreme Court because the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) does not have any mechanism to only block objectionable material on the site... ...

  • Names of two ex-PMs on ECL, Nisar told

    ISLAMABAD: The interior ministry has confirmed that the names of two former prime ministers have been on the exit control list (ECL) for four years...

    Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan was informed at a meeting on Wednesday that the names of former prime ministers Raja Pervez Ashraf and Yousuf Raza Gilani were placed on the ECL in May and August 2013, respectively, on the advice of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB)
  • Former PMs Blair and Major warn Brexit would threaten UK unity

    TONY Blair and John Major warned on Thursday a vote to leave the European Union on June 23 would jeopardise the unity of the United Kingdom by undermining peace in Northern Ireland and bolstering the Scottish independence movement...

    Speaking together in Northern Ireland, the two former British prime ministers, who both played important roles in the province’s peace process in the 1990s, warned that unity was effectively on the ballot...
  • PMs’ meeting in Ufa mandated wider Delhi talks, says envoy

    NEW DELHI: Pakistan did not plan to hold substantive talks on Jammu and Kashmir at the aborted NSA-level meeting in Delhi but only to set the ball rolling on the wider issues not related to the terror-centred agenda, High Commissioner Abdul Basit has said...

    He said Pakistan’s position was that the Indian and Pakistani prime ministers had agreed in the Russian city of Ufa that in addition to the NSAs’ meeting in New Delhi, there would...

  • PMS officers go on strike today

    PESHAWAR: The Provincial Management Service (PMS) Officers Association on Monday announced a pen-down strike from Tuesday (today) against alleged discrimination by the federal bureaucracy posted to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa...

    “About 600 PMS officers would observe the pen-down strike from Tuesday,” he said...

  • PML-N will make laws to stop PMs’ disqualification: Sharif

    How you will answer God?” said the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz president and former prime minister, who was disqualified by a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court last year for not declaring his salary that he claimed he never had received...

    At the Peshawar rally, which was organised after a party show in Jaranwala, a lawmaker of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly Babar Saleem, who had been elected on a Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf...

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