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Pakistan police closes murder case against PM Nawaz Sharif, family

The court has already declared Qadri – chairman of Pakistan Awami Tahreek (PAT), and his sons Hasan Mohiyuddin and Husain Mohiyuddin as proclaimed offenders.


Qadri ends Islamabad sit-in, to hold demonstrations across Pakistan

Fiery cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri ended his over two month-long protest, vowing to spread it across the country.


Qadri suspends talks with Pakistan government

Qadri alleged that PML-N government has launched a crackdown on their supporters.


How Sharif stumbled

Slow reforms, long absences from parliament, poor relations with the military and his powerful family have all gone against Pakistan PM.


Over 300 injured in march towards Pak PM Nawaz Sharif’s house

The situation was very tense in the capital as a number of demonstrators refused to budge from the protest site.


Pakistan political drama nears end after army chief intervenes

After meeting Gen Sharif, Khan told his weary protesters that army has become “neutral umpire” in the crisis.


Pak Army steps in to resolve stand-off

Pakistani police refused to register the murder case against Prime Minister Sharif and his brother.


Pakistan govt agrees to Qadri’s demand for FIR against Sharif

Pakistani police refused to register the murder case against Prime Minister Sharif and his brother.


Pakistan on tenterhooks as protesters gear up for “decisive day”

Pakistan has swung between democracy and military rule for decades and the army’s position is key to what happens next.


Pakistan survived difficult times, this too shall pass: Nawaz Sharif

Sharif expressed hope that this phase will pass and Pakistan will be steered towards prosperity.

Letters to the Editor: Alphabet soup

A new board should be formed for film certification, which simply divides movies into three categories.


Pak protester cleric Qadri’s Indian link: 10,000 supporters and growing

The visit of Qadri to India in 2012 expedited the creation of the Indian wing, which was formed in 2013.


Anti-govt protests continue amidst deadlock over talks in Pakistan

The National Assembly is meeting again on Friday to discuss the prevailing political situation.

What Nawaz has lost

Army may be sliding back into the driver’s seat, forcing Pakistan’s PM to concede crucial space.


‘US does not support extra-constitutional changes in Pakistan’

We do not support any extra-constitutional changes to that democratic system or people attempting to impose them, Harf said