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Pending legislation: Ruling party coaxes opposition into joint session
The Express Tribune

Govt brings opposition in arena of choice

ISLAMABAD - Ruling Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) seems eased out of the stormy situation created by the revelations of Panama Leaks and managed to bring opposition parties in the arena of their choice. On one hand Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif ... The Nation Pakistan, 3 days ago

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Deccan Chronicle, 1 week ago
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The Express Tribune, 1 month ago
Pakistan Today, 1 month ago

Nihal Hashmi, Imtiaz Shaikh hail PM's address

Home Karachi Nihal Hashmi, Imtiaz Shaikh hail PM's address Like Karachi—The Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) Senator, Nihal Hashmi, has said that after the Prime Minister's address to the National Assembly, the opposition's negative ...
 Pakistan Observer1 week ago
Frontier Post

Imran's illogical demands unacceptable: PML-N

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leaders Sunday said Nawaz Sharif had become prime minister with public vote and not that of Imran Khan so his illogical demands would not be met. Reacting to the speech of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) ...
 Pakistan Today3 weeks ago Nawaz won't 'go home' but jail, if proven guilty: Imran  Frontier Post3 weeks ago Opposition unity spells doom for Nawaz Sharif  Times of India3 weeks ago Imran heaps more pressure on beleaguered Prime Minister  Business Recorder1 month ago
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Pakistan Observer

Senate chairman stages walkout

Home » General News » Pakistan May 21, 2016 The chairman Senate Raza Rabbani staged a walkout on Friday in protest against ignoring Senate in consultation process on constitution of a 12-member parliamentary committee to formulate ToRs for ...
 Business Recorder4 days ago Opposition protest moves into high gear  Business Recorder2 weeks ago PM terming opposition terrorist deplorable  Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago Raza refuses to head Panama panel  The Gulf Today1 month ago
Pakistan Today

Govt-Opp panel to frame Panama probe terms

ISLAMABAD - The government and opposition finally agreed to constitute a bipartisan parliamentary committee of a dozen lawmakers, six each from both sides of the aisle, to finalise the joint ToRs for Panama leaks probe. The committee will ...
 The Nation Pakistan6 days ago Opposition agrees to PM's proposal on Panama probe  Pakistan Observer1 week ago Punjab Opp moves resolution seeking PM's resignation  Pakistan Today1 week ago When the going gets tough, the tough go missing  Pakistan Today2 weeks ago
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Pakistan Today

Im Sharif: PM sticks to his guns

In his highly anticipated appearance in the National Assembly on Monday, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif criticised his detractors and offered to create a parliamentary committee on the Terms of Reference (TORs) for the Panama Leaks probe shortly before ...
 Pakistan Today1 week ago Opp says PM beat around the bush; govt says he gave Opp hell  Pakistan Today1 week ago PM appears in National Assembly today  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Panama Leaks: Sharif looks up to Zardari for help  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago
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Pakistan Observer

Supreme Court has endorsed our stance: opposition members

The government has now entered a blind street, says Sheikh Rasheed ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) Opposition members have agreed on Friday that Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Anwar Zaheer Jamali has endorsed their stance in Panama leaks issue. ...
 Dunya News1 week ago Govt has entered into blind alley, says Rasheed  ARY News.tv1 week ago Allies, ruling lawmakers benefit amid furore over Panama leaks  Daily Times1 week ago Opposition finalises questionnaire for PM Nawaz over Panama Leaks  Pakistan Today1 week ago
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Rediff.com

ToRs drafted by govt unacceptable to opposition

ISLAMABAD: Rejecting the inquiry commission proposed by the government, leaders from the Pakistan Peoples Party, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf, Muttahida Qaumi Movement and Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid on Monday demanded that the terms of reference ...
 DAWN Group4 weeks ago PPP rejects Sharif's probe mechanism  The Gulf Today1 month ago Pakistani opposition piles pressure on Sharif  Gulf News1 month ago Pakistani opposition steps up pressure over Panama leaks  ProKerala.com1 month ago
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The Nation Pakistan

Prime Minister's family-specific or across-the-board accountability? Parties differ

Home » Top Stories » April 26, 2016 Pakistan People's Party (PPP) and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) have rejected the government's Terms of References (ToRs) for Judicial Commission and decided to hold a meeting of all ...
 Business Recorder4 weeks ago PPP not to support PTI anti-Nawaz campaign  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago

Opposition agrees to include MQM in parliamentary inquiry committee

ISLAMABAD: Opposition parties decided on Friday to give representation to the the MQM in the joint parliamentary committee set up to formulate terms of reference (ToR) for the proposed Panama Commission. Earlier, due to differences between the ...
 DAWN Group4 days ago Back in parliament: Joint opposition calls off boycott  The Express Tribune1 week ago Opposition scents victory after top court's decision  The Express Tribune1 week ago Opposition to discuss PIA bill tomorrow  Business Recorder2 months ago
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