Video: Karachi stabbing spree conspiracy against Pakistan, says Dr. Asim - SAMAA TV News Pakistan

Another leader of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has come up with a strange observation on recent knife attacks in Karachi by a lone assailant. Senior PPP leader Dr. Asim Hussain is of the view that the attacker, who has stabbed more than a dozen women ...

A lost government in Islamabad? - gulfnews.com

The past week saw Pakistan's top ruling party renew its support for former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, in a way that clearly made a mockery of democratic values anywhere on the face of this earth. In the process, the ruling regime in Islamabad led by ...

Nawaz Sharif to not appear for Oct 9 accountability case hearing - Pakistan Observer

LONDON, : The disqualified Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif would not appear for accountability court hearing on October 9th as he is attending his wife who is recovering post surgries. The former Prime Minister flew to London on Thursday after he was ...

Pakistan's internal tensions run high despite Nawaz Sharif's removal - DeathRattleSports.com

For Pakistan, breaking away from the US and getting closer to China come with a price. The Islamic country's powerful army wants to spearhead new regional alignments, but ousted PM Nawaz Sharif is trying to resist. Symbolbild Pakistan Militär Soldat ...

Government-army clash not a good omen: Asim - Business Recorder (press release) (blog)

Pakistan Peoples' Party leader Dr Asim Hussain said on Friday that the government's clash with the army leadership is not good for Pakistan. Speaking at Jinnah International Airport after his return from London, he said that the Pakistan Peoples' Party ...

AJK PM calls on Nawaz Sharif, enquires after Kulsoom's health - Pakistan Today

LONDON: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Thursday met with Azad Jammu Kashmir Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider in London. The AJK prime minister enquired after Begum Kulsoom Nawaz's health, who is currently recovering after being treated ...

2018 elections: Shahbaz to be PML-N candidate for PM's post - Business Recorder (press release) (blog)

A beleaguered Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Naswaz Sharif has reportedly given the go-ahead to his younger brother Shahbaz Sharif to be the next prime minister if the party comes into power after 2018 general elections. Background ...

Nawaz Sharif meets AJK PM in London - Geo News, Pakistan

LONDON: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif met with Azad Jammu and Kashmir premier Raja Farooq Haider on Thursday in London. The AJK inquired about the well-being and prayed for the speedy recovery of Begum Kulsoom Nawaz, who is currently ...

Dr Asim accuses Sharif of plotting against Pakistan - The Express Tribune

KARACHI: PPP leader and former federal minister Dr Asim Hussain has accused deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif of hitting out at the state institutions, particularly the army, in a bid to destabilise Pakistan and pave the way for the creation of ...

A deafening silence - DAWN.com

IT was a political tour de force, a performance worthy of an information minister in a democratic regime. Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor's news conference at the ISPR headquarters on Thursday was remarkable for the ground that was covered — and, crucially, for ...

Outside Domains - The Nation

The military once again clarified its position during times of political instability in a press conference on Thursday. The military spokesperson reinforced the army's support for the civilian set up and for playing a positive part in the maintenance ...

Rules of the game - The Nation

The events taking place in Islamabad over the last few days leave no doubt about the aggravation of the crises in the state system of the country. The said crisis has reached a stage where it is too big to be swept under the carpet. Refusing ministers ...

Nawaz asked to refrain from confrontation - The Nation

KARACHI - Pakistan People's Party Karachi President Dr Asim Hussain on Friday returned to Pakistan after an almost two month stay in London for medical treatment and said that he had proved his critics wrong who said that he would not return to the ...

Legal eye: The slippery slope - The News International

We seem to be on the slippery slope that leads down to praetorian rule. Nawaz Sharif is down but not out. It is hard to deny that he is still popular with his support base. The PTI is the PML-N's main competitor. It appears that the PTI's popularity ...

A war to the knife - The News International

Nawaz Sharif's formal return at the helm of the PML-N was always on the cards. Given that a simple majority in parliament was needed to do away with the provision that barred a disqualified parliamentarian from leading a political party, the former ...

Sharif's journey of defiance - The News International

This is something unprecedented, something we had not seen in the past i.e. the PML role as a party of defiance. At present, it is in power as well as challenging the decision of disqualification of its leader. Irrespective of the final outcome of this ...

Nawaz getting 'royal accountability': Rehman Malik - The News International

ISLAMABAD: Former interior minister and Chairman Senate Committee on Interior Senator Abdur Rehman Malik Friday said former president Asif Ali Zardari faced a 'strict accountability' while former prime minister Nawaz Sharif was getting a 'royal ...

Fake news spread through social media to malign Nawaz - The News International

LONDON: Two unverified and completely baseless news were spread through Whatsapp groups, social media and a private news channel to target former prime minister Nawaz Sharif. For about a week, a post was run through social media by someone ...

Dr Asim says he is not among those who flee country - The News International

KARACHI: PPP Karachi President Dr Asim Hussain has said that the politics of Nawaz Sharif revolved around the Greater Punjab. The PPP leader was talking to newsmen at the Karachi Airport after returning from London where he had gone for medical ...

Dr Asim returns, warns Nawaz on 'warring' with military - Pakistan Observer

PPP senior leader Dr Asim Hussain returned to Karachi from London on Friday, where he had gone for medical treatment last month, with a message for thrice-ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif. “Nawaz Sharif sahib! The war that you are raging with our ...