Shahbaz Sharif, Asif Ali Zardari and Maulana Fazlur Rehman pose for a photograph. File
A party spokesperson in Pakistan says authorities at the international airport in Lahore turned back the country's ailing opposition leader who has been charged with corruption, preventing him from travelling abroad for medical treatment
“The NSC, chaired by Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, discussed the telegram received from the Pakistan Embassy in Washington. Pakistan’s former ambassador to the US Asad Majeed briefed the committee on the context and content of his telegram..."
Candidates for Pakistan's next prime minister are due to file nomination papers on Sunday after incumbent Imran Khan lost a no-confidence vote in parliament, bringing an end to the former cricket star's nearly four years in power.
In his message on 'Youm-e-Takbir,’ he said, "Today in 1998, then prime minister Nawaz Sharif rejected pressures and inducements in a bold show of leadership and made Pakistan nuclear power of the world. Now we are resolved to turn it into an economic power."
The details of the incident refer to a report coming from a woman to the Operations Room at exactly (03:15) Friday, stating that a person known to them kidnapped her daughter and there were previous disputes.
Britain, like much of Europe, is suffering from rocketing inflation and stagnant economic growth, raising the prospect of a summer of strikes across the continent.
Civil Defence teams of Sharjah controlled, on Saturday evening, a fire which broke out at a vehicle workshop in the Industrial Area 4 in Sharjah. No injuries were reported.