Pakistan’s Election Commission rejects an application by a U.S.-proscribed terrorist organization to contest polls.
Pakistan's Mulk Takes Charge as Caretaker Premier Before Polls
Will Pakistan go to the IMF for financial support to pay its soaring foreign debt as reserves dwindle?
Pakistan will hold general elections on July 25 in a step toward its democratic transition.
Pakistan’s top military and civilian leaders to meet Nawaz Sharif to discuss his “misleading media statement”.
Nawaz Sharif left for London ahead of a looming verdict on corruption charges he and his daughter Maryam face.
Sharif, who has been elected and removed as PM 3 times since the 1990s, has faced a relentless anti-graft campaign.
With Ties Strained, Pakistan Premier Makes First Visit to Kabul
As Deficits Widen, Pakistan to Lure Overseas Money With Amnesty
Pakistan’s interior minister says court ruling to be ‘undone’.
Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai made her first visit to Pakistan since she was shot by Taliban militants.
Pakistan has allowed the rupee to weaken twice in a space of four months.
Pakistan’s de-facto finance minister refuted an IMF assessment that the country’s economy was deteriorating.
Egyptian billionaire will start building a housing estate outside Islamabad worth billions.
Pakistan’s ruling party is set to become the largest party in the Senate despite legal set backs against Sharif.
The move follows a push from the U.S., U.K., France and Germany to put Pakistan on the monitoring list.
Pakistan Court Order Bars Sharif From Leading Ruling Party
Pakistan is taking steps to avoid being on the international terrorism-financing watch list.
U.S. President Donald Trump earlier suspended about $2 billion in military aid to the nuclear-armed nation.
Pakistan is pushing for completion of a fence along its border with Afghanistan and wants U.S. to help pay for it.
Pakistan will use its national identity database to build profiles of potential taxpayers in to broaden tax base.