Wed. Dec 7th, 2022

Month: September 2021

Rifts between PTI and PML-N are getting intense with every coming day where the government is busy in highlighting the corruption of the PML-N during their regime while the leading opposition party is busy in proving the government’s “Accountability Narrative” nothing but political revenge against their opponents. After the restoration of... Read More
ISLAMABAD: In recent development, the FBR signed an undertaking with the small traders mentioning that it would not deprive small traders from gas, electricity or mobile phone services as mentioned in the new tax laws which have recently been introduced through presidential ordinance. In response, the small traders’ bodies postponed the nationwide protest which was announced earlier in this ... Read More
The rift between the government and Election Commission of Pakistan is getting severe with every coming day as both the sides are not ready to step back on the issue of Electronic Voting machines (EVMs). In recent development, the PTI led government urged the two ECP members to come forward and review the decisions of Chief Election Commissioner. The demand was put by the Information Minister... Read More
A new controversy has come into existence on the letter written by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) over the issue of internet voting. The letter got leaked and became the talk of the town in no time. It revealed that NADRA wanted to sign a new contract of Rs2.4 billion with the ECP in connection with the development of an i-voting system in the presence of the existing agreement. The letter ... Read More
LAHORE: PML-N president Shehbaz Sharif’s statement in connection with the formation of a National Government in Pakistan has become the talk of the town these days. A clarification statement was issued by the party through Marium Aurengzeb in which she categorically claimed that the said proposal was nothing but Mian Shehbaz’s personal opinion. Interestingly, a day after the said ... Read More