AgenceFrance-Presse | Tuesday February 24, 2015
Factfile on Pakistan's World Cup turmoil after chief selector Moin Khan was reportedly spotted in a casino in Christchurch ahead of West Indies tie.
World News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday September 3, 2014
Pakistan's Parliament today became the new battleground in the ongoing political turmoil with pro-government leaders and lawmakers of Imran Khan's party accusing each other of undermining democracy, even as protesters returned to the negotiating tabl...
World News | Press Trust of India | Monday September 1, 2014
Pakistan's military on Sunday expressed serious concern over the prevailing political turmoil in the country with the government of embattled Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif locked in a showdown with protesters.
Agence France Presse | Monday May 19, 2014
Zaka Ashraf was restored to the chairmanship of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) by a court ruling on Saturday, reigniting the chaos that has raged for month's among the game's administrators.
Press Trust of India | Friday October 25, 2013
The Islamabad High Court this week ordered elections to be held for the chairmanship of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) by November 2, the latest twist in a saga that began in May when the same court suspended the board's then-chief, Zaka Ashraf,...
NDTVCricket | Friday August 30, 2013
Zimbabwe, who are in turmoil over a player-pay dispute, have already called off their next month's home series against Sri Lanka
Agence France Presse | Tuesday July 23, 2013
The ruling by the Islamabad High Court severely curtails the powers of Najam Sethi, appointed as temporary Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman after Zaka Ashraf was thrown out over his controversial election.
Press Trust of India | Saturday July 13, 2013
Pakistan hockey is in turmoil after a rift developed between the national coach Hanif Khan and the Federation's coaching consultant Tahir Zaman during the recent Hockey World League in Malaysia where the team finished seventh in the eight-team tou...
World News | Press Trust of India | Thursday January 31, 2013
Pakistan's Army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani held a two-hour meeting with Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf against the backdrop of consultations within the ruling coalition on dissolving parliament ahead of the next general election expected t...
World News | Reuters | Thursday January 17, 2013
Pakistan's coalition government opened talks on Thursday with a Muslim cleric whose calls for the administration to resign have electrified thousands of protestors camped out near parliament.
World News | Edited by Samira Shaikh | Wednesday January 16, 2013
Pakistan's Information Minister on domestic turmoil in the country: highlights
World News | Associated Press | Wednesday January 16, 2013
Pakistan's leaders received a powerful one-two punch on Tuesday as the Supreme Court ordered the arrest of the Prime Minister in a corruption case and firebrand cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri led thousands of protesters in third day of anti-government demonst...
World News | Reuters | Tuesday January 15, 2013
Pakistan's Supreme Court ordered the arrest of the prime minister on Tuesday on corruption allegations, ratcheting up pressure on a government that is also facing a massive street protest led by a cleric who has a history of ties to the Army.
World News | Associated Press | Friday June 22, 2012
Pakistan's ruling party named a new candidate for prime minister on Friday, the latest developments in political turmoil triggered by the ouster of the ex-premier by the Supreme Court.
World News | Associated Press | Wednesday June 20, 2012
Pakistan's Supreme Court dismissed the Prime Minister from office on Tuesday for failing to investigate the President for corruption, ushering in a new round of political turmoil in a nation vital to American hopes of withdrawing from neighbouring Af...
World News | NDTV Correspondent | Monday February 13, 2012
Pakistan's embattled Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani will appear before Supreme Court today to face contempt charges that could decide his fate and plunge the country into a fresh political turmoil over his refusal to reopen graft cases against the...
World News | NDTV Correspondent | Thursday January 19, 2012
Pakistan's Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani came out of the Supreme Court smiling today. He had earned himself a reprieve - the court has given the civilian government time till February 1 to respond to it on the issue of re-opening of graft cases a...
World News | NDTV Correspondent | Wednesday January 18, 2012
Pakistan's Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani will appear before the country's Supreme Court to answer a contempt of court notice later this week amidst questions over whether the civilian government can survive. But emboldened by winning a trust vote...
World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Saturday January 14, 2012
The prosperity of Pakistan lies in following the constitution, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani emphasised on Saturday, days after he accused army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani and the country's spy chief Lt. Gen. Shuja Pasha of violating it.
World News | NDTV and Agencies | Friday January 13, 2012
Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari has cut short his Dubai visit and has returned to his country. The country's Parliament meets today in an emergency session, even as the confrontation between the government and the powerful military is threateni...
World News | NDTV Correspondent & Agencies | Thursday January 12, 2012
Pakistan's government looks dangerously isolated in a fresh confrontation with the country's powerful military that analysts say could, at the very least, end in early elections.
World News | Press Trust of India | Thursday January 12, 2012
A Pakistani court has admitted a petition seeking to block any attempt by the government to sack army chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani and ISI chief Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha over the memo scandal. The petition filed by lawyer Maulvi Iqbal Haider was ac...
World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday January 12, 2012
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Thursday said the party would not support a military coup as the country witnessed a stand-off between the political leadership and the army.
World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday January 12, 2012
A Pakistani Army officer taking command of a brigade was enough to fuel coup rumours as the formation had in the past been used to secure Islamabad during a military take over.