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  • Significance of Nisar's visit to Karachi - The News International

    Significance of Nisar's visit to Karachi - The News International;

    Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan rarely stayed more than a day in Karachi, even at a time when he had good relations with Sindh government. This time, his visit was not merely for administrative but political reasons, as well. During full two ...and more »

  • PPP won't permit retrenchments in name of privatisation: Zardari - The Nation

    PPP won't permit retrenchments in name of privatisation: Zardari - The Nation;

    Former president Asif Ali Zardari Sunday vowed that Pakistan People's Party (PPP) will not permit sacking of workers in the name of privatisation. He expressed these views in his message on the occasion of Labour Day being celebrated across the world ...and more »

  • Politics of agitation and ouster of the PM - Pakistan Today

    Politics of agitation and ouster of the PM - Pakistan Today;

    It was expected, by some quarters, that the apex court's verdict on the Panama case would lead to the formation of a grand alliance, comprising all opposition parties, demanding the prime minister's resignation. Yet even as almost all opposition ...and more »

  • No public meeting, PPP to hold Labour Day rally today - The News International

    No public meeting, PPP to hold Labour Day rally today - The News International;

    Instead of holding a public meeting at the Nishtar Park, the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) would now be holding a rally from the Merewether Tower to the Mazar-e-Quaid today (Monday) to commemorate International Labour Day. Addressing a press ...and more »

  • Bad Governance: PPP plans show of strength on May 4 - The Express Tribune

    Bad Governance: PPP plans show of strength on May 4 - The Express Tribune;

    LAHORE: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has announced holding a protest-cum-party meeting on May 4 at Minar-e-Pakistan against power outages despite the district administration's refusal to give clearance for the gathering. Battleground Punjab: PPP ...and more »

  • Why Zardari poll calculus can't be dismissed lightly - Gulf Times

    Why Zardari poll calculus can't be dismissed lightly - Gulf Times;

    With supreme confidence, he says, he will pick the next prime minister of Pakistan. “It's a promise”, he told a party throng at the 38th death anniversary of Pakistan's first popularly elected prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto in Garhi Khuda Baksh ...and more »

  • PPP, JI campaign for power - The Nation

    LAHORE - Protest demonstrations were separately held on Friday in different cities including Lahore against prolonged loadshedding on the appeal of Jamaat-e-Islami and Pakistan People's Party. Heads of both the parties had couple of days ago announced ...and more »