Pak govt condemns protests as 'mutiny against state'

Describing the protests as a "mutiny against Pakistan", the government today turned to Parliament for support as demonstrators continued to put pressure on a defiant Nawaz Sharif to quit as Prime Minister.

Quit by tonight: Pak cleric`s ultimatum to govt

In a rambling three-hour speech loaded with religious imagery, Qadri repeatedly attacked politicians of both the ruling and opposition parties.

Pak govt files review petition against SC verdict

The government stated in the review petition that the Supreme Court did not have the authority to issue such an order regarding the President.

Pak govt suspends mobile service in Karachi, Quetta

People in the two cities were without cellular services since 10 AM today until they were restored by late evening.

‘Pak govt, military had a hand in catching Osama’

Defence Minister Chaudhry Ahmed Mukhtar on Wednesday said Pakistani government and forces "had a hand" in catching him.

Pak radicals press govt over NATO supply routes

The extremist leaders warned, they
would protest outside parliament if any step is taken to
reopen the supply routes.

Pak govt trying to prevent my testimony: Ijaz

Ijaz threatened to make public what he claimed was
evidence of Malik`s involvement in alleged "corrupt

‘Pak govt committed to protect minorities rights’

Calling for greater unity between the majority and Christians, Gilani stressed the
need to build bridges.

Showdown b/w Pak govt & judiciary appears imminent

Pak Supreme Court Chief Justice has made it clear that the Gilani government will have to submit to its orders or be ready to "face the music".

Pak Govt sets new records of taking foreign loans

At present, Pakistan owes 59.5 billion dollars to various institutions.

Pak govt forms commission to probe journalist`s ki

Federal Shariat Court Chief Justice Agha Rafiq will
head the commission that will probe the mysterious death of
Shahzad, who was Pakistan bureau chief of Asia Times Online.

Pak Govt worried over misuse of US aid by Army: Cables

WikiLeaks reveals that there was tension between Pakistan`s civilian
government and Army over the use of funds
provided for counter-insurgency operations.

Pak govt taking steps to block anti-Islamic websites, LHC told

With Facebook and several other websites allegedly featuring blasphemous material against Prophet Mohammed and the Quran, Pak government informed a court that all required steps are being taken to block anti-Islamic portals.

Pak govt announces bravery award for slain police officer

A day after the Chief of a
paramilitary force was killed in a suicide blast; Pakistan government on Thursday announced that he would be awarded
with a bravery medal posthumously.

Pak govt in touch with Kyrgyz authorities

The Pak govt has said it was in touch with Kyrgyz authorities to ensure safety of its citizens.

BJP accuses Pak govt of not making strong case against Saeed

Describing JuD Chief Hafiz Saeed
as the ISI`s "errand boy", main opposition BJP today accused
the Pakistan government of not building a strong case against
the Mumbai terror attack accused.

Pak govt wants composite dialogue with India

A high-level inter-ministerial
meeting of Pak govt discussed India`s offer for Foreign Secretary-level talks and sought a "meaningful and
result-oriented composite dialogue".

Pak govt seeks court ban on A Q Khan`s free movement

Pak govt has asked a court to bar disgraced nuke scientist A Q Khan from moving around freely.

Pak govt considering seeking Interpol notice against Musharraf

Pak`s PPP-led govt is considering a proposal to seek Interpol`s red corner notice against ex-military ruler Pervez Musharraf.

Saeed case: Pak SC imposes fine on federal, Punjab govts

Pak`s SC hearing
petitions against the release from house arrest of Hafiz Saeed, blamed by India for masterminding Mumbai attacks,
today imposed fine of Rs 10,000 each on federal and Punjab
govts for delaying the case.