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About 1213 results for "pakistan peoples party"

Bilawal rubbishes reports of meeting between Zardari, Sharif
Deccan Chronicle

Bilawal criticizes PML-N for 'pre-poll rigging' in Pakistan Ka...

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has condemned the federal government for what he calls, carrying out 'pre-poll rigging', inPakistan-administered Kashmir ahead of general elections."By selectively doling out development ... Business Standard, 1 week ago
Malik rejects Shehryar's calims Frontier Post, 2 weeks ago
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The Nation Pakistan

LHC overrules objection on a petition seeking disqualification of Ch ...

LAHORE: Justice Shahid Waheed of the Lahore High Court today sought replies from Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) and others in petition seeking PPP-P Senator Ch Aitzaz Ahsan, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago Pak court asks government to reply on petition seeking PM Sharif's removal  DNA India2 weeks ago Reply On Plea Seeking Nawaz Sharif's Removal, Pak Court To Government  NDTV2 weeks ago Pak court asks govt to reply on petition seeking PM's removal  The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago
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The Express Tribune

Inside story of Rangers' investigation of PPP leader Qadir Patel

KARACHI (PPI): Rangers officer grilled former Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Karachi chief Abdul Qadir Patel on Thursday, asking him pressing question about his alleged links to criminal gangs operating in Lyari. Sources told Geo News that the ...
 Frontier Post2 weeks ago Qadir Patel reaches Rangers headquarters for further questioning  ARY News.tv2 weeks ago Terrorism facilitation: Rangers free Patel after lengthy grilling  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago All PPP leaders took aid from Aziz Baloch  The News Tribe2 weeks ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Panama papers: Pakistan government denies Nawaz Sharif meeting with Asif Ali Zardari in London

Senior Pakistan People's Party leader Aitizaz Ahsan said that Sharif was going to seek support of Zardari who has been living in London for past several months. ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan government today denied that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's sudden ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Pak govt denies Nawaz Sharif meeting with Zardari in London  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago Pakistan govt denies Nawaz Sharif meeting Zardari in London  Siasat Daily2 weeks ago Pak Govt Denies Sharif Meeting With Zardari in London  Outlook India2 weeks ago
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SAMAA TV

PPP announces coordination committee for Sindh

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan People's Party yesterday announced a five-member Coordination Committee for the Sindh province as the provincial organisation stood dissolved. The PPP nominated Nisar Ahmed Khoro, Maula Buksh Chandio, Murad Ali Shah, Nafisa ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago PPP forms 5-membered organising committee for Punjab  Dunya News2 weeks ago PPP forms 5-member Coordination Committee for Sindh  SAMAA TV2 weeks ago Sindh government releases Rs. 25 million on Bhutto's death anniversary event  Sify1 month ago

Bangladesh Supreme Court defers review of petition of Islamist party chief

According to official figures, three million people were killed during the nine-month-long independence war against Pakistan. Bangladesh Supreme Court on Sunday deferred the review of petition of Motiur Rahman Nizami, chief of the fundamentalist ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago Bangladesh Islamist party chief appeals against death penalty  Sify1 month ago

PPP, PTI plan anti-govt movement

Pakistan People’s Party and the Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf on Tuesday discussed launching a joint movement against the government. The two major parties vowed to give a tough time to PM Nawaz Sharif amid Panama leaks scandal where Mr Sharif’s family is ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago
SAMAA TV

In London, Nawaz talks on Panama Leaks

LONDON: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif lauded Pakistan People's Party (PPP) for not participating in the sit-in announced by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) against the PML-N led government. Addressing the media after flying into London, he claimed ...
 SAMAA TV2 weeks ago Nawaz Sharif in London, Pakistan's Govt Goes Missing  MSN News US2 weeks ago Why are Sharif, Zardari & Imran in London Amid Panama Papers Leak?  IBNLive2 weeks ago PPP won't press for Sharif's ouster  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago
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O.P. Sharma's new shocker: All 'anti-national' people can go to Pakistan

BJP MLA O.P. Sharma, who was yesterday seen thrashing Communist Party of India (CPI) minority wing leader Ameeq Jamei outside a Delhi court, stirred a fresh controversy on Tuesday and said that all those who have no respect for the nation and are ...
 Business Standard2 months ago My action was natural, says BJP MLA who thrashed student  Rediff.com2 months ago JNU students, scribes attacked outside court  Deccan Herald2 months ago BJP MLA attacks JNU student protesting outside court  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Pakistan Hindu lawmakers demand holidays on religious festivals

It was proposed by opposition Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Hindu lawmakers Ramesh Lal and Ramesh Kumar Vankwani of ruling Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz yesterday in the Parliament. The move followed after Sindh provincial government declared Holi a gazetted ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Pak Hindu lawmakers demand holidays on religious festivals  Business Standard1 month ago
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