Articles about Shahbaz Sharif

Pakistan PM's ex-wife Reham Khan wins defamation case against news-channel

13 Nov 2019

Pakistan News
Pakistan PM's ex-wife Reham Khan wins defamation case against news-channel

Journalist and Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's former wife Reham Khan has won a defamation case against a Pakistani news channel in a UK High Court.

Nawaz Sharif released from jail, to receive treatment in Pakistan

27 Mar 2019

Pakistan News
Nawaz Sharif released from jail, to receive treatment in Pakistan

Pakistan's former prime minister Nawaz Sharif was released from jail today, a day after the Supreme Court granted him six weeks' bail to receive medical treatment within the country.

Trump's Pakistani 'daughter' misses him, claims he misses her too

05 Dec 2018

Pakistan News
Trump's Pakistani 'daughter' misses him, claims he misses her too

US President Donald Trump has quite a long and extended family: he has five children with three wives and nine grandchildren.

Indian airspace-violation: PoK 'PM' claims chopper was within Pakistani limits

01 Oct 2018

Pakistan News
Indian airspace-violation: PoK 'PM' claims chopper was within Pakistani limits

Pakistan occupied Kashmir's (PoK) "Prime Minister" Raja Farooq Haider has claimed that the white chopper he was traveling in was "very close" to the Line of Control (LoC) but within Pakistan's airspace.

Sharif, daughter, son-in-law granted parole to attend Kulsoom's funeral

12 Sep 2018

Pakistan News
Sharif, daughter, son-in-law granted parole to attend Kulsoom's funeral

Pakistan's jailed former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, his daughter Maryam, and son-in-law Capt (Retd) Muhammad Safdar reached Lahore early Wednesday from Rawalpindi after they were released from Adiala Jail on a 12-hour parole to attend the funeral of Begum Kulsoom Nawaz.

Leaders from around the world condole Atal ji's demise

17 Aug 2018

Pakistan News
Leaders from around the world condole Atal ji's demise

Leaders from a number of countries, including the US and Russia, have expressed grief over the death of former Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and recalled his contributions in strengthening bilateral relations and maintaining regional peace.

11,855 candidates contesting for 849 seats in upcoming Pakistan elections

03 Jul 2018

Pakistan News
11,855 candidates contesting for 849 seats in upcoming Pakistan elections

As many as 11,855 candidates are in the fray for 849 general seats of Pakistan's national and provincial assemblies in the July-25 elections.

Pakistan: Acid attack on 3 girls for rejecting marriage proposal

19 Apr 2018

Pakistan News
Pakistan: Acid attack on 3 girls for rejecting marriage proposal

Three girls, including a sister duo, in Pakistan's Punjab province suffered burn injuries in an acid attack today when they were allegedly attacked by the sisters' uncle for rejecting a marriage proposal, said media reports.

Imran Khan re-imagined as Lord Shiva stirs tension in Pakistan

13 Apr 2018

Pakistan News
Imran Khan re-imagined as Lord Shiva stirs tension in Pakistan

A picture of Imran Khan, dressed as Lord Shiva blessing his devotees, has gone viral on social media and created an uproar in Pakistan.

Six-year-old Zainab Ansari's killer gets four sentences in Pakistan

17 Feb 2018

Pakistan News
Six-year-old Zainab Ansari's killer gets four sentences in Pakistan

A Pakistan court has sentenced a 24-year-old man, Imran Ali, to four death sentences for raping and murdering a six-year-old girl, Zainab Ansari, last month in the city of Kasur, south of Lahore.

6, including 4 soldiers killed in mysterious Lahore blast

05 Apr 2017

Lahore
6, including 4 soldiers killed in mysterious Lahore blast

Six people including four soldiers were killed in an apparent suicide blast in Lahore that was targeting a census group.

India to use judicial declaration to strengthen case against Azhar

27 Feb 2017

India
India to use judicial declaration to strengthen case against Azhar

The Mohali court intends to declare JeM chief Masood Azhar as a proclaimed offender in an attempt to strengthen the international case against him.

Bilateral cooperation more important than disputes: China

26 Feb 2017

India
Bilateral cooperation more important than disputes: China

Acknowledging Indian Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar's visit to Beijing, Chinese ambassador to India, Luo Zhaohui, said bilateral cooperation is more important than disputes.

Beijing says there is no evidence against Masood Azhar

17 Feb 2017

India
Beijing says there is no evidence against Masood Azhar

China clarified that India has not provided sufficient evidence for Beijing to support sanctioning Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) chief Masood Azhar at the UN.

US moves for sanctions against Masood Azhar, China opposes

07 Feb 2017

India
US moves for sanctions against Masood Azhar, China opposes

USA, supported by UK and France, moved a proposal in the United Nations' Sanctions Committee 1267 in the second half of January to designate JeM Chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist.

China blocks Azhar vote, India's NSG bid

30 Dec 2016

India
China blocks Azhar vote, India's NSG bid

China once again blocked India's motion to designate JeM Chief Masood Azhar as a terrorist at the UN; India said it would continue to push to place Azhar on the global terror list.

India pushes SCS issue to counter NSG stand-off

07 Nov 2016

India
India pushes SCS issue to counter NSG stand-off

India has been pushing to rake up the South China Sea (SCS) issue, in response to China's repeated rejections of sanctioning Masood Azhar and India's NSG bid.

Pak Information Minister sacked over Dawn report

30 Oct 2016

Pakistan News
Pak Information Minister sacked over Dawn report

In the aftermath of the Cyril Almeida case, Pakistan's Information Minister Pervaiz Rashid has been sacked from his post.

Pak army concerned over Dawn article

16 Oct 2016

Pakistan News
Pak army concerned over Dawn article

Pakistani Army Chief General Raheel Sharif, who presided over the meeting that was leaked to the Dawn newspaper said "participants viewed it as a breach of national security."

Travel ban on Dawn journalist lifted

15 Oct 2016

Pakistan News
Travel ban on Dawn journalist lifted

The travel ban imposed on Cyril Almeida was lifted by the Pakistani government.

Have nothing against Cyril Almeida or Dawn: Pak Army

14 Oct 2016

Pakistan News
Have nothing against Cyril Almeida or Dawn: Pak Army

Last week, Pakistan's Dawn journalist Cyril Almeida reported a "heated" meeting chaired by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif that became a top story.