June 2: DAWN reported The government on Thursday went after PTI chief Imran Khan with all guns blazing, accusing him of everything — from maligning law enforcement agencies to abandoning his workers high and dry in the face of legal action following the incidents of May 9. Read more I
‘It’s not a Cold War’: PM calls out West’s ‘obsession’ to contain China
September 28: The Express Tribune reported Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaarul Haq Kakar has said that Pakistan was focusing on its own interests without choosing sides in the great power competition, and that the West was "over-obsessed" with efforts to contain China. Read more I
NAB moves to greet returning Nawaz with three old cases
September 28: DAWN reported With the PML-N’s supreme leader Nawaz Sharif scheduled to arrive in Pakistan in less than a month, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) is set to reopen three cases against him linked to alleged illegal plot allotments and land acquisitions in Lahore, as well as a questionable share transfer in Chaudhry Sugar Mills. Read more I
U.S. envoy's Gwadar tour shows Pakistan's evolving China strategy
September 25: A U.S. diplomat's recent visit to the Pakistani port of Gwadar, the heart of China's Belt and Road Initiative projects in the country, has highlighted Islamabad's delicate task of balancing ties with rival superpowers and efforts to gain leverage for itself, Nikkei Asia reports.