Pakistan News

    Us Pakistan Joint Statement Justification

  • Murad says no justification for PM to stay in power after JIT report

    MITHI: Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah asked Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday to quit his office as soon as possible since a three-judge Supreme Court bench began hearing the Panama Papers case in the light of a damning report prepared by a joint investigation team formed to probe money laundering allegations against the PM and his children...

    The CM told reporters here that the ‘noose’ around the PM’s neck was being...

  • Embattled IGP says he doesn’t see moral justification to stay in office

    HYDERABAD: The embattled Sindh Inspector General of Police AD Khowaja has said that he does not find any moral and ethical justification to continue as provincial police chief after the Sindh government has taken a decision to hand back his services to the federal government...

    He said that he had submitted his statement to court requesting it to allow the government to bring in a fully-fledged IGP of its choice...

  • Sharif has no justification to keep office, says Imran

    KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chief Imran Khan has alleged that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is a “mafia don and godfather of corruption” in the country...

    He reiterated that the Supreme Court verdict (in Panama Papers case) had confirmed that Mr Sharif was corrupt and, therefore, he had no justification to retain the office of the prime minister...

  • Amir's lesser-privileged background no justification for corruption: Pietersen

    See: The little hamlet of a tainted heroPietersen's remarks are among a volley of divided opinions on Amir's comeback in Pakistan's Test squad...

    Read: Amir should be allowed to move on with his life: Michael AthertonWith harsh criticism and disappointment at Mohammad Amir, Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif's scandal in Pakistan's ill-famed Lord’s Test in 2010, the explosive England batsman went on to soften the blow, lauding Amir's...

  • Indian PM Modi accepts invite for first Pakistan visit: joint statement

    UFA: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi held a on Friday meeting during which the Indian premier accepted PM Nawaz's invitation to Pakistan for the South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation (Saarc) summit in 2016...

    The announcement was made by Indian Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar during a joint statement issued with his Pakistani counterpart after Nawaz and Modi held their meeting on the...

  • Joint statement tilted in favour of India, say parties

    ISLAMABAD: Notwithstanding the government’s euphoria surrounding the resumption of “comprehensive bilateral dialogue” with India, political parties across the aisle expressed their reservations over the outcome, alleging that the joint statement favoured New Delhi...

    Although they welcomed the decision to sit across the table for resolution of all outstanding issues between the two countries, they saw the joint statement issued after...

  • US-India joint statement assails LeT

    WASHINGTON: In their first ever joint declaration on combating terrorism, the United States and India have equated Lashkar-e-Taiba with Al Qaeda affiliates and warned that such groups were seeking to undermine stability in South Asia...

    The joint declaration identified terrorism as a profound threat to global peace and security and reaffirmed their leaders’ “Vision to transform the US-India relationship into a defining...

  • Trump pulls out of joint G7 statement, attacks Trudeau as 'dishonest & weak'

    The G7 summit ended in farce and a renewed threat of global trade war as US President Donald Trump abruptly rejected the text of a consensus statement and bitterly insulted the Canadian host...

    Just minutes after a joint communique that had been approved by the leaders of the Group of Seven allies on Saturday was published in Canada's summit host city Quebec, Trump launched a Twitter broadside from aboard Air Force One...

  • FO refutes allegations levelled in Indo-US joint statement, calls it violation of 'diplomatic norms'

    The Foreign Office has taken "strong exception to the unwarranted reference against Pakistan" in the joint statement issued following the 2+2 India-US dialogue between the US Secretary of State and the Secretary of Defence with their Indian counterparts in New Delhi last week, Radio Pakistan reported...

    In the Indo-US joint statement issued after the talks, India and US had named and called upon Pakistan to ensure its territory wasn't...

  • Pak, China Joint Statement speaks of expansion in ties, no mention of 'immediate support'

    Ties between China and Pakistan will be significantly deepened across a range of areas, from economic and cultural cooperation to foreign policy in regional as well as global platforms, as per the Joint Statement issued by both countries at the conclusion of Prime Minister Imran Khan's maiden visit to Beijing on November 4th, 2018...

    The statement, however, makes no mention of any 'immediate support' for Pakistan...

  • After Trump's Afghan policy statement, China reaffirms support to Pakistan

    Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Tuesday reaffirmed Beijing's support to Pakistan during a meeting with Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua hours after US President Donald Trump lambasted Pakistan for allegedly offering safe haven to "agents of chaos" in his South Asia policy announcement...

    Earlier, as Beijing came to Islamabad's defence in light of Trump's remarks, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying asserted that...

  • FIFA STATEMENT ON GOAL PROJECTS IN PAKISTAN

    “While Goal Projects 1 and 2 – the construction of the association’s headquarters in Lahore and the construction of a technical centre for the training of national and youth teams in Karachi, respectively — have been implemented, Goal Project 3 comprises the construction of four technical centres in flood-affected areas in Pakistan and is set to be fully completed soon,” a FIFA spokesperson told Dawn...

    “Please note that on March 17,...

  • Pakistan to raise Modi’s statement at UN

    ISLAMABAD: The prime minister’s adviser on national security and foreign affairs, Sartaj Aziz, on Monday said Pakistan had decided to bring the Indian prime minister’s statement to the notice of the UN...

    In his statement, Indian prime minister Narendra Modi had admitted that they played a part in the break-up of Pakistan in 1971...

  • Obama's statement on Pakistan not ground reality: Aziz?

    ISLAMABAD: Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has reacted strongly to a statement made by United States President Barack Obama that both Pakistan and Afghanistan were among the countries that would continue to face instability and turmoil for decades...

    "Whatever the US president said about instability in Pakistan and Afghanistan are his predictions and have nothing to do with ground realities," Aziz told a...

  • More
Back to top