Maryam Nawaz expresses concern over CJP hearing case of mother-in-law
She was referring to the several audio leaks -- including the one allegedly involving the Chief Justice of Pakistan's (CJP) mother-in-law -- whose cases were to be heard by a commission led by a senior Supreme Court judge and two Chief Justices of high courts, The News reported.
Bill introduced in US to hire foreign health workers on H-1B visa
Introduced by Congresswomen Rashida Tlaib and Delia Ramirez on Thursday, the Expanding Health Care Providers for Veterans Act, will help address the healthcare provider shortage in the US by allowing immigrant health workers, who are H1-B visa holders, to offer the services that the veterans need.
Your game is over, Imran Khan: Maryam Nawaz
This claim was certainly not made for the first time by Maryam and her party leaders, but this time around, keeping in view the mass exodus (voluntary or otherwise) by the senior PTI leadership in the aftermath of May 9 riots, odds were truly stacked against Imran as he seems to be fighting a losing battle, The Express Tribune.
Bill introduced to make Diwali federal holiday in US
"My Diwali Day Act is one step toward educating all Americans on the importance of this day, and celebrating the full face of American diversity," Meng said on Friday. "Diwali is one of the most important days of the year for billions of people across the globe," she said. "America's strength is derived from the diverse experiences.
China will save Pakistan from default: Shehbaz
During his address to industrialists and businessmen in Karachi, Prime Minister Sharif said that Pakistan has successfully met all the stringent conditions imposed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), emphasising the government's commitment to completing the IMF programme, Samaa TV reported.
Ukraine seeks to fix perspective of NATO membership during July summit
"Our expectations from the summit in Vilnius boil down to two key priorities: fixing in one form or another the absence of alternatives to the fact that we are on the path to NATO membership, and before joining the alliance, obtaining security guarantees," Yermak was quoted as saying by the presidential press service.
Jahangir Khan Tareen in driver's seat as post-Imran era in Pakistan begins to take shape
Khan's estranged ally Jahangir Khan Tareen is emerging as the rising star as a new political dispensation begins to take shape. Geo News reported on Friday citing its sources that Tareen is set to announce the formation of a new national-level "political party". Geo News reported citing sources on Friday.