Pakistan PM sacks top aides as stand-off with military persists - The Straits Times

ISLAMABAD (Pakistan) • Under pressure from Pakistan's military, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has ousted two of his top officials in a continuing stand-off over leaks to the news media of a meeting in which civilian leaders confronted the military over ...

PM Nawaz summons high-level meeting over Dawn Leaks controversy - ARY NEWS

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday assigned Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif to resolve Dawn Leaks issue with Army through backdoor diplomacy, ARY News reported. ARY News ...

Sharif calls meeting to discuss Dawn Leaks inquiry report - New Kerala

Islamabad [Pakistan], April 30 : Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has called a special meeting of close aides in Lahore on Sunday to discuss the prevailing national political situation including the Dawn Leaks inquiry report.

Tensions rise in Pak - Millennium Post

All is apparently not well between the Pakistani military and the civilian administration once again. Reports indicate that tensions rose on Saturday following a public rejection of the civilian government's findings of Dawn newspaper report probe by ...

There shouldn't be any conflict between national institutions: PM - The Nation

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday said that all national institutions are working within the ambit of the constitution. Chairing a high-level meeting at his Jati Umra residence in Lahore, the premier said, “There should not be any conflict between ...

Pakistan This Week - Radio Pakistan (press release)

Addressing a public meeting after inaugurating a gas provision project in Okara, Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif says PML-N government is committed to bring significant improvement in the lives of the people. Okara would be linked with motorway ...

Pakistan's army rejects PM Sharif's call to sack adviser - ClickLancashire

It has also been said that the meeting was part of a "back-channel" diplomacy to clear the way for a meeting between Sharif and Modi on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) meeting in June in Kazakhstan. TV anchors, waxing ...

Indian businessman Sajjan Jindal violated visa to meet Nawaz Sharif in Murree - Alive For Football

After a brief meeting at the Prime Minister's House in Islamabad, the Indian delegation was driven to the nearby resort of Murree for a meeting with Sharif over lunch. In fact, he said, some of the best results were achieved as a result of backchannel ...

Pak's Foreign Office keeps mum on motive of Jindal's visit - AppsforPCdaily

The meeting between Sharif and Jindal took place on Thursday at the premier's private residence in the country's hill station Murree, about 45 kms from Islamabad. The other two members of the delegation were identified as Suket Singhal and Virander ...

Industrialist Sajjan Jindal Meets Nawaz Sharif At Pakistan PM's Private Residence - pppFocus

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday said that critics would not slow down the development process going on in the country. Pakistan People's Party senator Sherry Rehman announced that she had submitted an adjournment motion to discuss the “secret ...

This Tweet From A Pakistani General To Sharif Points To The Core Difference Between India And Pakistan - TopYaps

Except for those who deliberately ignore it, the fact that Pakistan is one of the world's most tenuous democracies is well established. For most part of its existence since separating from India in 1947, Pakistan has been ruled by its all-bossy and all ...

PM holds special meeting of aides to discuss Dawn Leaks inquiry report - Geo News, Pakistan

LAHORE: A special meeting of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's close aides was held in Raiwind on Sunday. The meeting was summoned by PM Nawaz on Sunday. Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar, and Punjab Chief Minister ...

Political crisis in Pakistan as Nawaz Sharif and ISI clash over Dawnleaks - Bihar Prabha

New Delhi, Apr 30 (ANI): The Pakistan government has been amid political crisis after Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and ISI clashed over Dawnleaks. Sharif on Saturday approved for the removal of his Special Assistant on Foreign Affairs Tariq Fatemi as ...

Dawn Leaks inquiry report: PM asks aides to adopt non-confrontational approach - Pakistan Today

A special meeting of close aides of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, including Federal Minister for Finance Senator Muhammad Ishaq Dar and Minister for Interior Affairs Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, was held in Raiwind on Sunday, a private TV channel ...

Dawn leaks issue: PM summons Ch Nisar, Ishaq Dar to Lahore - DunyaNews Pakistan

ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – A day after Pak Army rejected Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's directives on Dawn leaks inquiry as "incomplete", the premier has summoned Finance Minister Ishaq Dar and Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar to Lahore today ...

11 dead in Pakistan bus plunge into ravine - NEWS.com.au

A minibus has plunged into a ravine in Pakistan's mountainous northwest, killing 11 people. Police official Ismail Khan says another nine people were injured in Sunday's road accident in Upper Dir district, on the way to Chitral Valley. He says the ...

Army considering probing Dawn Leaks itself as it rejects govt's notification - Daily Pakistan

ISLAMABAD – After rejecting the government's notification issued by Dawn Leaks Inquiry Committee, Pakistan Army is seriously considering initiating its own probe into the matter. Sources disclosed that the army wanted to bring the hidden truth before ...

The axe falls - The Express Tribune

The report on the Dawn leaks controversy was delivered to the Prime Minister's Office three days ago, and the fallout has been swift. But the reaction from the military's media wing, Inter-Services Public Relations, has been a lot swifter. Although the ...

'Go Nawaz go'! - Pakistan Today

In the aftermath of the Panamagate verdict, the opposition in unison is shouting at the top of its voice, “Go Nawaz Go.” However, the prime minister seems quite oblivious to these voices. For him it is business as usual. Why else would he be meeting ...

Pakistan PM sacks aide over news leak, army vetoes move - Free Press Journal

Difference between army and govt came to the fore after the military rejected Nawaz Sharif's (pix) notification to sack special foreign affairs assistant Fatemi following findings of a probe panel. Islamabad : The Pakistan Army on Saturday rejected the ...