Panamagate case: Day of judgement

ISLAMABAD: It’s official. The Supreme Court is handing down today a verdict the nation is waiting for with a bated breath. A legal battle set off by the revelations in the Panama Papers about the offshore companies of the Sharif family will finally end after tumultuous 10 months. At 11.30

Pakistan most effective bulwark against terrorism

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Thursday put up a strong defence of its counter-terrorism credentials saying it is the ‘most effective bulwark’ against terrorism in the region. The reaction from the Foreign Office spokesperson here at the weekly news briefing was in response to recent developments including Trump Administration’s move to block military

Whatever the verdict, Nisar will quit

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, whose differences with the party leadership have been the subject of media speculation, said on Thursday he would resign his parliament membership and cabinet portfolio and quit politics once the Supreme Court ruled on the Panamagate, whatever the verdict. The announcement didn’t come as

Supreme Court reserves verdict on Panama JIT report

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Friday reserved its judgment in Panama implementation case after hearing arguments of all parties on Joint Investigation Team report submitted last week. The date to issue the judgment will be announced later. Earlier, the apex court on Friday reviewed Volume X of final report submitted by the