Pakistan SC orders Imran Khan's sister to pay Rs 2,940 crores as fine, tax on foreign properties
The FBR in previous hearings submitted properties and tax details of Aleema Khanum.
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Pakistan will no longer fight someone else's war: Imran Khan
Pakistan will no longer act as a hired gun in someone else's war, Prime Minister Imran Khan said Friday, striking a note of defiance against US demands for Islamabad to do more in the battle against militancy. Khan -- who also reiterated his backing for a recent push by the US for talks with the Taliban in Afghanistan -- said in a televised address that he wants Pakistan to move forward with "honour". "We will no longer fight someone else's war, nor will we bow down in front of anyone", the former cricketer said. (Text: AFP)
We're not your 'hired gun' anymore, Imran Khan tells US
Asked to elaborate on the ideal nature of relationship that he would like to have with the US, Khan said: "For instance, our relationship with China is not one-dimensional. It's a trade relationship between two countries. We want a similar relationship with the US."
BJP has 'anti-Muslim', 'anti-Pakistan' approach: Imran Khan
The Pakistani leader also said that he "wants something done about the bombers of Mumbai", adding that "resolving that case is in our interest because it was an act of terrorism".
2008 Mumbai terror attack perpetrated by Pak terror group LeT, admits Imran Khan
In a first, Prime Minister Imran Khan has acknowledged that the 2008 Mumbai terror attack was perpetrated by Pakistani terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba and it is in the interest of his government. Prime Minister Khan told a newspaper that he wants something to be done about the bombers of Mumbai.
India tried to politicize Kartarpur border opening: Imran Khan
"I am glad that the government pressed for the opening of the corridor. If someone's religious sites are in Pakistan then we should facilitate them. We are not doing anything new, these things were part of our manifesto," said Khan.
India's role crucial for Afghan peace process: Pakistan
Pakistan perceives India's development contributions in Afghanistan as part of New Delhi's strategic encirclement policy that Islamabad feels would leave it vulnerable in any potential conflict.
Pakistan government and military on same page: PM Imran Khan
The government of the cricketer-turned-politician, said all ministers have reported their achievements to him and that he will review their performance.
Pakistan invites PoK minister, Indian diplomat leaves Saarc meeting
India might issue a demarche to Pakistan in this matter on Monday. Indian diplomat Shubham Singh left the meet after Pakistan invited the Chaudhary Muhammad Saeed to speak at the dais.
The Kartarpur moment: What to make of Imran Khan’s olive branch?
Pakistan’s desire for normalcy on its eastern border is unsurprising. However, the Kartarpur gesture has limited potential
Pakistani PM Imran Khan calls for new law to deal with money laundering
Cash-strapped Pakistan urgently needs a capital boost in order to avert a looming balance of payments crisis.
Kartarpur corridor: Punjab CM dubs it conspiracy of Pak army
The Chief Minister said that he and Sidhu were not at loggerheads as reported by the media and he had absolutely no problems with Sidhu while running the govt.
Not in Pakistan's interest to allow use of our soil for terrorism: Imran Khan
Pakistan premier Imran Khan said that he was ready to hold talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi to bring peace in the sub-continent.