Cabinet greenlights legal action against Imran over 'cipher' audio

Pakistan's former Prime Minister Imran Khan during a speech in Islamabad on Feb. 17, 2020. (AFP/File)
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Updated 03 October 2022

Cabinet greenlights legal action against Imran over 'cipher' audio

October 3: The Express Tribune reported that the federal cabinet gave its go-ahead on Sunday to initiating legal action against former premier Imran Khan, his key cabinet ministers and his principal secretary Azam Khan in connection with the audio leaks where the former rulers discussed how to “play on cipher”.

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Pakistan used 9,000MW of power just for ACs during summer 2022: Energy secretary

Updated 09 December 2022

Pakistan used 9,000MW of power just for ACs during summer 2022: Energy secretary

December 8: SAMAA TV has reported with climate change causing heat to constantly rise to new highs during summer and rising urban density contributing to greater use of cooling appliances such as air-conditioners, fans, and refrigerators and chillers, Pakistan ends up consuming an extra 8,000 - 9,000 megawatts of power in peak summer. Read more I 


PM Shehbaz wins defamation case from Daily Mail in massive legal victory

Updated 09 December 2022

PM Shehbaz wins defamation case from Daily Mail in massive legal victory

December 9: GEO News reported Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has received a much-awaited apology and withdrawal of each and every allegation of corruption from publishers of the Mail newspapers over an article by reporter David Rose that had accused him and his son-in-law Imran Ali Yousaf of stealing British taxpayers’ money. Read more I 


Not quite at home: Pakistan still learning the ropes of playing in Pakistan

Updated 09 December 2022

Not quite at home: Pakistan still learning the ropes of playing in Pakistan

December 9: ESPN Cricinfo reported years of "home" games for Pakistan in the sun-baked UAE could hardly form the template for Test cricket on wintry Multan mornings, but this squad has little else to draw on. Read more I 


‘Country of Particular Concern’: Pakistan conveys its concerns to US

Updated 09 December 2022

‘Country of Particular Concern’: Pakistan conveys its concerns to US

December 9: Business Recorder reported Pakistan’s foreign office on Thursday expressed Pakistan’s deep concern and disappointment on the US State “unilateral and arbitrary” designation of Pakistan as a “Country of Particular Concern (CPC)” and also conveyed the concerns to the Biden administration. Read more I 


President Alvi hopes COAS will reduce trust deficit among institutions

Updated 08 December 2022

President Alvi hopes COAS will reduce trust deficit among institutions

December 8: GEO News reported President Dr Arif Alvi Wednesday hoped that newly-appointed Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Syed Asim Munir would help reduce the trust deficit among institutions, saying the military leadership is committed to steer clear of politics. Read more I