ISLAMABAD: Caretaker Prime Minister Justice (retd) Nasir-ul-Mulk has said that from an ideal geo-strategic location to the most talented and progressive youth, Pakistanis have all the ingredients to carve out their own destiny and rise as a successful nation of the world. “Unwavering commitment to the ideals of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah and following the principles of ‘Unity, Faith and Discipline’ will certainly help us overcome present-day challenges and make Pakistan a self-reliant, economically vibrant and…
ISLAMABAD: Caretaker Prime Minister Justice retd Nasir-ul-Mulk on Wednesday kicked off the annual monsoon tree plantation campaign with a pledge to make the country green. The prime minister planted a sapling of Pinus Roxburgh here at the PM House. Caretaker Minister for Climate Change Muhammad Yusuf Shaikh and senior officials were present at the launch ceremony. The ministry of climate change has set a target of planting 47.14 million trees during monsoon this year in collaboration with provinces, armed forces, police,…
PM Mulk has directed for all possible measures to ensure security of candidates and public participating in political rallies and corner meetings for the election.
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister retired Justice Nasir-ul-Mulk has reaffirmed moral, political and diplomatic support of Pakistan to the people of Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir in their legitimate struggle for their right to self-determination. The prime minister was speaking to Azad Jammu and Kashmir President Sardar Masood Khan who called on him in Islamabad on Friday. Stressing upon the need for an immediate end to the state-sponsored reign of terror unleashed in Indian-occupied Kashmir, the prime minister observed…
ISLAMABAD: The government's efforts to set up a judicial commission to probe the Panama Leaks controversy suffered a setback as former Chief Justices Tasadduq Jillani and Nasir-ul-Mulk excused themselves from being a part of the commission.
KARACHI: Coordination Committee of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) has accused the Sindh government of extra-judicially killing workers of MQM, ARY News reports.
ISLAMABAD: Supreme Court of Pakistan resumed the hearing different petitions seeking to stop any extra-constitutional act in the country, ARY News reports on Wednesday.