Results 41 - 60 of 5,234 in Federally Administered Tribal Areas, Pakistan
Rejecting election results, PML-N candidate on NA-40 North Waziristan Agency, Naek Amal Khan, has demanded re-polling in the presence of Army.Speaking at a news conference here at press club on Wednesday, Naek claimed that polling was not held in a free, fair and transparent manner. Comment?
The PTI, JI and QWP have agreed on a power sharing formula to form a coalition government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Comment?
Peshawar, May 15 : The Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam has accused Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf of poll rigging in Mardan, Kohat, Peshawar and FATA and demanded re-election in the areas. Comment?
Pakistan's neighbors and global powers have welcomed Nawaz Sharif's victory in the country's May 11 general elections, in the hope that he will stabilize the country and change its external outlook. Comment?
Rejecting the mandate of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf , Jamiat Ulama-e-Islam-Fazl chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Tuesday alleged that elections in Mardan, Peshawar and Kohat division were rigged. Comment?
ISLAMABAD The seven prisoners, whose illegal detention has been investigated by the Supreme Court, said on Tuesday that tribal officials had sentenced them up to 14 years in prison without any trial. Comment?
Behind Nawaz Sharif's 'peace with India' stance remain unanswered questions about his role in the Kargil conflict and his family's links with the Jamaat-ud-Dawa and Jaish-e-Muhammad, says Ajai Shukla akistan's army would have noted how distressingly unpredictable politics can be. Comment?
PESHAWAR: Jamiat Ulema e Islam-Fazl Chief, Fazlur Rehman has refused to accept the mandate of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. 2 comments
By Vikram Sood, New Delhi, May 14 : Essentially, or broadly, the vote in Pakistan's recent elections has been democratic despite the usual complaints of rigging and booth capturing. Comment?
Sharif, Pakistan's former prime minister, once faced possible execution. Now he will return to the nation's highest office. Comment?
Nawaz Sharif , whose party gained most seats in Pakistan 's May 11 election and is set to form the next government, plans to name Mohammad Ishaq Dar as finance minister, ahead of a national budget in June. Comment?
Supporters of former Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif celebrate the victory of their leader in Islamabad on Sunday, May 12, 2013. Comment?
Alternate realities in the conflict Pakistan is waging against insurgents in its tribal areas tend to be regular affairs. Comment?
Nawaz Sharif , whose party gained most seats in Pakistan's May 11 election and is set to form the next government, plans to name Mohammad Ishaq Dar as finance minister, ahead of a national budget in June. Comment?
The party of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif may have swept Saturday's polls in Pakistan, but the biggest winner was clearly democracy. Comment?
Not only did the mishap leave Shada widowed at the relatively young age of 37, she also sustained an injury to her back that immobilised her. Comment?
Our eNewspaper network was founded in 2002 to provide stand-alone digital news sites tailored for the most searched-for locations for news. Comment?
The results of the Pakistan elections are in - but how did a former exile win the vote? By promising airports to people who can't afford bicycles, says novelist Mohammed Hanif Here's a little fairytale from Pakistan . Comment?
Thursday's landmark decision by the Pakistani high court in Peshawar is a remarkable document: Chief Justice Dost Muhammad Khan examines the US use of drones against Pakistan's tribal areas and reaches several conclusions that, while obvious to most sensible observers, seem to have eluded American authorities for several years. Comment?
Pakistanis went to the polls on May 11 in a landmark vote that's expected to usher in the first democratic transition of power in the country's 66-year existence. 2 comments