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Nawaz Sharif offered deputy PM post: Imran Khan

Nawaz Sharif

Pakistan Opposition leader Imran Khan on Wednesday claimed that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had offered him the deputy PM’s post, an offer which he had rejected.

Nawaz Sharif meets Army chief in fresh bid to defuse crisis

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif meets Army chief in fresh bid to defuse crisis

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and the country’s powerful Army chief, Gen.

Pakistan protesters refuse to vacate venue

Supporters of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif rally in Lahore on Monday. 	— AP

Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehrik (PAT) on Tuesday only vacated a single lane of the road in front of the Parliament to allow easy access to the Supreme Court despite the top cou

Pakistan and India Indus water talks fail to solve dispute

Bilateral talks between Pakistan and India to resolve disputed issues under the Indus Water Treaty have failed, officials here said on Tuesday.

Tahirul Qadri: Hang Nawaz Sharif brothers

National Assembly Speaker issued notices to 26 members of the National Assembly from the PTI asking them to appear before him

‘PTI, PAT sit-ins hinder lawyers, says apex court

Imran party wants to end deadlock through talks

Tahir-ul-Qadri’s fresh ultimatum ups ante

An Election Commission of Pakistan official claimed that the general election was rigged

Imran Khan distances self from ex-Chief Justice letter

Denying his “apology” to former Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammed Chaudhry in a defamation reply, Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan said he stood by his statements regarding Mr Chaudhry’s alleged

Imran Khan seeking a ‘Naya Pak’ quickly as he wants to marry

Imran Khan seeking a ‘Naya Pak’ quickly as he wants to marry

Guess why Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan is in such a hurry to build a “new Pakistan”? It’s only because he wants to remarry!

Pakistani set to demolish temple in Rawalpindi

The Pakistani authorities are set to demolish a historic Hindu temple in Rawalpindi, the twin-city of Islamabad unless a court stops it.

If elections come, can conspiracy theories be far behind? With bypolls around the corner, Uttar Pradesh is abuzz with talk of a sinister plot of young Hindu women being tricked into marriage by Muslim men, and made to convert to Islam. Over the past week there has been a flood of reports about “love jihad”.

Peace is at the best of times a tenuous proposition in relation to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Even as the world hopes the new indefinite ceasefire that has brought 50 days of bloodshed to an end will last, the real causes of the conflict have been put to the side, rather than resolved.