ISLAMABAD Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan made a sweeping cabinet reshuffle on Thursday after only seven months in power and appointed Abdul Hafeez Shaikh as de facto finance minister to steer the country through worsening economic turmoil.
ISLAMABAD Pakistan has reached an "agreement in principle" with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) over a bailout program and expects to formally secure a rescue package later this month, a Pakistani minister said on Monday.
ISLAMABAD A delegation from the world's largest crude oil producer, Saudi Aramco, is in Pakistan for discussions on what would be its first ever liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipments, a top Pakistani official said on Friday.
ISLAMABAD Two Pakistani Hindu sisters whose parents said they were kidnapped and forced to change their religion to marry Muslims had converted voluntarily, a court ruled on Thursday, in a case that has attracted attention in Hindu-majority India.
ISLAMABAD Pakistani Finance Minister Asad Umar urged people to declare their assets for a new tax amnesty, a scheme he denounced last year as legitimizing ill-gotten wealth, in a bid to identify high earners for more efficient tax collection in future.
ISLAMABAD Pakistan's consumer price inflation rose in March to its highest since November 2013, adding to economic headwinds besetting Prime Minister Imran Khan's government.
ISLAMABAD, April 1 Pakistan's consumer price
inflation rose in March to its highest since November 2013,
adding to economic headwinds besetting Prime Minister Imran
ISLAMABAD An army boot and a sandal discuss what to do with fallen former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in a satirical social media video that highlights the way journalists shut out from the country's mainstream media are turning to the Internet.
ISLAMABAD The leader of one of Pakistan's main opposition parties, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, accused the government on Wednesday of deliberately targeting political opponents after an anti-graft agency summoned him and his father for questioning.
ISLAMABAD Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said no militant group would be allowed to operate from Pakistani soil to carry out attacks abroad, days after his government announced a sweeping crackdown against Islamist militant organisations.