LAHORE, Pakistan Two former prime ministers of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif and Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, facing allegations of treason appeared before a court along with a prominent journalist on Monday in a hearing to determine whether the case should go to trial.
LAHORE, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Sunday that Pakistan might need to return to the International Monetary Fund to address its mounting balance of payments crisis but would seek funding from friendly countries first.
LAHORE, Pakistan Pakistani opposition leader Shehbaz Sharif was ordered jailed on Saturday for 10 days after being arrested in a corruption case, his lawyer said, meaning he will not be able to campaign for his party ahead of crucial by-elections next week.
Lahore, Pakistan Islamabad has cut the size of the biggest Chinese "Silk Road" project in Pakistan by $2 billion, Railways Minister Sheikh Rasheed said on Monday, citing government concerns about the country's debt levels.
LAHORE, Pakistan Pakistani authorities on Wednesday temporarily released former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter from prison to attend funeral services for his wife, Kulsoom, who died of cancer the day before in London.
LAHORE, Pakistan An Islamist party in Pakistan called for the expulsion of the Dutch ambassador on Wednesday as it launched a protest against a far-right Dutch politician's plan for a cartoon competition featuring caricatures of the Muslim Prophet Mohammed.
LAHORE Pakistan's main opposition party called on Sunday for a judicial investigation into what it said was rigging at an election this week that it lost.
LAHORE, July 29 Doctors are concerned about the
health of jailed former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif
and have requested prison authorities in Rawalpindi to transfer
him to a hospital, a government official said on Sunday.
LAHORE, Pakistan A peace activist who disappeared last year after criticising Pakistan's military has returned to his home in the eastern province of Punjab, his friends said on Friday.
LAHORE, Pakistan Police have opened criminal cases against nearly 17,000 members of Pakistan's outgoing ruling party over breaking election rules, a statement said on Monday, as the country prepares to go to the polls next week.