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Pakistan: Thousands of Activists Rally against PM Sharif

Thousands of supporters of Pakistan's popular opposition leader Imran Khan have rallied in the capital Islamabad to call for the resignation of the country's prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, over his..
Newsmax Also reported by •Seattle TimesFOXNews.com

Pak opposition questions motive behind Sharif-Jindal meeting

Pakistan's opposition parties today questioned the timing and the motive behind the meeting between Nawaz Sharif and Indian steel tycoon Sajjan Jindal at a private residence of the prime minister this..
DNA Also reported by •Sify

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News video: Court rejects call to remove Pakistan's Prime Minister

Court rejects call to remove Pakistan's Prime Minister 01:24

A close call for Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif as the Supreme Court orders further investigations into corruption allegations leveled against him, based on the Panama Papers leak in 2015...
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News video: Court rejects call to remove Pakistan's Prime Minister

Court rejects call to remove Pakistan's Prime Minister 01:24

A close call for Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif as the Supreme Court orders further investigations into corruption allegations leveled against him, based on the Panama Papers leak in 2015...
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News video: Pakistan Supreme Court Orders Investigation Into Corruption Allegations

Pakistan Supreme Court Orders Investigation Into Corruption Allegations 00:51

On Thursday, Pakistan's Supreme Court ruled there was insufficient evidence to order Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's removal from office over corruption allegations, however it did order further..
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News video: Pakistanis Celebrate Decision Allowing PM to Stay in Office During Panama Papers Investigation

Pakistanis Celebrate Decision Allowing PM to Stay in Office During Panama Papers Investigation 01:18

Supporters of Pakistan’s prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, cheered the Supreme Court’s decision on April 20 to allow Sharif to stay in office during investigations into money-laundering and tax evasion..
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News video: Pakistan top court orders PM be investigated for corruption

Pakistan top court orders PM be investigated for corruption 01:01

Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is given a reprieve when the Supreme Court orders he be investigated for corruption, but rules there is not yet sufficient evidence to oust him from power.
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LIVE: Imran Khan addressing PTI rally in Islamabad

live: imran khan addressing pti rally in islamabad
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has arrived at Islamabad’s Parade Ground to address party workers and supporters attending a rally demanding Prime Minister Nawaz..
The News Tribe

Pakistani opposition 'concerned' over Jindal, Sharif meeting

Opposition Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party has moved a resolution in the Punjab assembly airing its concern over the meeting between Indian businessman Sajjan Jindal and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Sify

Pakistan: Uproar over Indian steel tycoon Sajjan Jindal's 'secret meeting' with Nawaz Sharif

The meeting took place at Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's private residence in the country's hill station Murree, about 45 kms from Islamabad.
DNA

'Sajjan Jindal secretly meets Nawaz Sharif in Pakistan's Murree, violates visa', says Pakistani media


IndiaTimes

Indian steel tycoon Sajjan Jindal meets Nawaz Sharif, triggers speculation on bilateral talks

After coming from Afghanistan, Sajjan Jindal was received by the family members of Nawaz Sharif at the Islamabad airport.
India Today Also reported by •Deccan Herald

Judgment frees Nawaz Sharif to prepare for elections

Public anger at corruption is just one of the issues Pakistan’s PM has to face
FT.com

Pakistan opposition vows protests to press PM to resign during investigation

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistani opposition party lawmakers tore up the agenda and shouted in a parliament session on Friday as they demanded that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif step down during an..
Reuters

Panama Papers: Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif survives corruption ruling

panama papers: pakistan pm nawaz sharif survives corruption ruling
The Supreme Court rules there is insufficient evidence of corruption to remove PM Nawaz Sharif.
BBC News

Pakistan awaits Supreme Court ruling that could disqualify PM

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Police in riot gear on Thursday surrounded Pakistan's highest court in the capital, Islamabad, as it prepared to deliver a decision that could unseat Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif..
Reuters

Pakistan braces for Supreme Court decision that could remove PM

ISLAMABAD/KARACHI (Reuters) - A looming Supreme Court decision that could disqualify Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif over corruption allegations had the country on edge Wednesday, as a drawn-out..
Reuters

Pakistan PM orders border re-opening amid tense Afghanistan ties

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday ordered the re-opening of the two main border crossings to Afghanistan, after their closure last month following a series of attacks..
Reuters

Pakistan PM orders 'blasphemous' content be removed from social media

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday ordered that "blasphemous" content on social media websites be removed or blocked and those posting such material "strictly..
Reuters


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