Sharif reaches out to Imran, wants to play `friendly match`

Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday reached out to his rival Imran Khan and suggested that the two of them should play a "friendly match".

Statistics confirm rigging reports in Karachi

An elections observer group in Pakistan has confirmed reports of rigging at some polling stations in Pakistan`s biggest city of Karachi.

Shahbaz Sharif to be Pak Punjab Chief Minister again

The PML-N will retain Shahbaz Sharif as Chief Minister of Punjab for a record fourth term.

Sharif`s return bodes well for bilateral ties, say Indian analysts

Nawaz Sharif`s expected return to power in Pakistan bodes well for the future of bilateral relations, former diplomats and analysts have said.

Imran Khan expected to make full recovery soon: Doctors

Imran Khan is expected to make a full recovery despite fracturing three vertebrae and a rib in a dramatic fall at a political rally, doctors said.

Pervez Musharraf: From General to Prisoner

Pervez Musharraf became one of the Pakistan`s longest-serving rulers after he took power in a 1999 coup.

Maulana Fazlur Rehman: Pragmatism in Pakistan

Maulana Fazlur Rehman has been increasingly emerging as an important pivot in Pak politics.

Will Imran Khan shine in Pakistan’s political innings?

Imran Khan is expected to harm every other key candidate’s vote banks.

Nawaz Sharif - Hot favourite to win Pakistan polls

PML-N president Nawaz Sharif looks like the hot favourite to win the Pakistan polls.

Profile: Asif Ali Zardari

Asif Ali Zardari is the 11th President of Pakistan and co-chairman of ruling PPP.

Pakistan General Elections 2013: Facts you must know

Pakistan is all set to hold elections for the Lower House of Parliament on May 11.

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari launches PPP election campaign with video message

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari called on people to use the upcoming polls to defeat the mindset that fosters militancy and extremism.

Pakistan polls 2013: Karachi poll stations declared sensitive, 8 shot dead in city

A top police official in Pakistan said that nearly half of the 3,700 polling stations in Karachi have been declared as sensitive.

Pakistan court provisionally allows Ashraf to contest polls

A Pakistani court provisionally allowed former premier Raja Pervez Ashraf to contest the upcoming General Election.