The Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) of the Punjab Police said that it was an 'intelligence-based operation' conducted against IS in the Sahiwal district, some 200kms from Lahore.
The medical board had thoroughly examined Sharif and had his necessary tests done on Wednesday at the jail, where he is serving a seven years jail sentence in a corruption case.
Zama Jawandoon, an organisation working for women's rights, had organised the 'peace rally' that was scheduled to begin from Peshawar's Hayatabad neighbourhood on Saturday, the Dawn reported.
Quoting diplomatic sources, GEO News reported that Pakistan decided to extend an invitation to the Afghan Taliban representatives to come to Islamabad and hold talks.
Prime Minister Imran Khan, judges of higher courts, ministers, diplomats, civil and military officials, lawyers and foreign guests including from India were present at the oath-taking ceremony,…
Zardari said that 'the prime minister is not from the general public and he will not return to them.'
Khalilzad is leading an intra-agency delegation and will meet officials in each country in order to 'facilitate an inclusive peace process in Afghanistan', the US State Department said in a…
'I think Justice Khosa's tenure will be substantially different,' said Saroop Ijaz, a lawyer for Human Rights Watch, who has been critical of Nisar's activist court.
The outgoing chief justice passed several landmark judgments during his tenure as top judge including one which disqualified prime minister Nawaz Sharif in 2017 in a corruption case and the…
Cash-strapped PIA has been running into huge financial losses.
The Russian officials also met Minister for Power Omar Ayub and expressed interest to invest in the Jamshoro Power Plant.
As many as 172 suspects were placed on the Exit Control List (ECL) on the recommendations of a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) formed by the apex court.
Pakistan is one of the largest refugee-hosting nations in the world, home to an estimated 2.4 million registered and undocumented people who have fled Afghanistan.
Out of the 1,174 lawmakers, 839 submitted the details of their properties and assets, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) said while suspending the membership of the remaining 332.
Those killed in the exchange of fire include Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) commander Islam and Mohibullah who were involved in various terror activities, officials said.