Articles about Bilawal Bhutto Zardari

Pakistani woman TikToker assaulted by hundreds of men on I-Day

18 Aug 2021

Pakistani woman TikToker assaulted by hundreds of men on I-Day

Hundreds of men groped and assaulted a woman in Pakistan on Saturday (August 14), celebrated as the country's Independence Day.

Pakistan: Blogger Cynthia Ritchie accuses ex-Minister Rehman Malik of rape

06 Jun 2020

Pakistan: Blogger Cynthia Ritchie accuses ex-Minister Rehman Malik of rape

American blogger Cynthia D. Ritchie has accused former Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik of rape.

Divorced, widowed Hindu women can now remarry in Pakistan's Sindh

10 Aug 2018

Divorced, widowed Hindu women can now remarry in Pakistan's Sindh

In a first, divorced or widowed Hindu women in Pakistan's Sindh province have been allowed to remarry under the Sindh Hindu Marriage (Amendment) Bill 2018, made by the provincial assembly.

Imran Khan's PTI wins Pakistan elections, but needs an ally

27 Jul 2018

Imran Khan's PTI wins Pakistan elections, but needs an ally

More than a day after results were due, Imran Khan's PTI has emerged the winner, winning 109 seats out of the contested 269 in the Pakistan assembly. Votes are still being counted.

Pakistan polls: Imran Khan inches towards victory amid mass-rigging allegations

26 Jul 2018

Pakistan polls: Imran Khan inches towards victory amid mass-rigging allegations

Hours before results of the Pakistan general elections are to be officially declared, PTI Chief Imran Khan took a clear lead, even as rivals alleged their agents were being thrown out of polling stations.

Pakistan election: Imran Khan's vote may be cancelled over code-violation

25 Jul 2018

Pakistan election: Imran Khan's vote may be cancelled over code-violation

The vote of PTI Chief Imran Khan in Pakistan's general elections might be cancelled, after reports emerged that his voting had been recorded on camera.

As Pakistan votes, India, US and China on the edge

25 Jul 2018

As Pakistan votes, India, US and China on the edge

Pakistan votes today in its 11th general elections since 1970, incidentally only the second civilian transfer of power in the country.

Pakistan-polls: Top players and what their win means for India

24 Jul 2018

Pakistan-polls: Top players and what their win means for India

Pakistan will vote to choose its next prime minister (PM) tomorrow, and the stage is all set.

No bed, dirty toilets for Nawaz Sharif in jail: Lawyers

15 Jul 2018

No bed, dirty toilets for Nawaz Sharif in jail: Lawyers

Former Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam, who were arrested in the Avenfield corruption case Friday night, are being lodged in sub-standard facilities, their lawyers have alleged.

Former Pakistan President to contest elections

29 Dec 2016

Former Pakistan President to contest elections

Former Pakistani President, Asif Ali Zardari returned from self-imposed exile to Pakistan a few days ago.

Russia slams "double standards" in fight against terror

27 Oct 2016

Russia slams "double standards" in fight against terror

Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu said that it was essential for all responsible powers to come together to battle the menace of terror.

Pakistan will attend December meet on Afghanistan in Amritsar

25 Oct 2016

Pakistan will attend December meet on Afghanistan in Amritsar

Sartaj Aziz, Adviser to Pakistan's PM on Foreign Affairs claimed that Pakistan will be present at the Heart of Asia conference on Afghanistan in Amritsar this December.

US to Pak: Act against terror or we will

23 Oct 2016

US to Pak: Act against terror or we will

The US threatened to take unilateral action against terror-groups in Pakistan if the ISI fails to do so on its own.

Pak envoy says Pak not isolated

07 Oct 2016

Pak envoy says Pak not isolated

Pakistan's Special Envoy on Kashmir, while speaking to an audience in Washington at the Stimson's Center, stated that Pakistan has not been isolated internationally.

Pakistan unites after India responds to Uri

03 Oct 2016

Pakistan unites after India responds to Uri

Pakistan's PM Nawaz Sharif has called an all-party meeting to address the ongoing Indo-Pak tension and identify an appropriate response.

Uri attack: Modi to skip SAARC summit in Pak

28 Sep 2016

Uri attack: Modi to skip SAARC summit in Pak

As Indo-Pak tensions escalated over the Uri attack, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will skip the SAARC Summit in Islamabad scheduled for November this year.

World reacts to Uri attack, Pak isolated

22 Sep 2016

World reacts to Uri attack, Pak isolated

In the wake of the Uri attacks world leaders expressed solidarity with India on the issue.