Imran Khan says Kundi to be expelled from party; Mahmood says lawmaker will not be summarily dismissed.
Dawar Kundi alleges PTI's Gandapur provided "logistical and physical support" to accused, asks Imran Khan to take action
PTI's Shah Mehmood Qureshi signed the merger accord with SNF Vice Chairman Ameer Bux Bhutto.
Senators seeks inquiry into Sindh Rangers housing project, whose cost has increased fourfold due to delays.
Contract worth Rs660m for a dam at the new airport was given to an unqualified contractor, PAC told.
"It seems that the amendment is being deliberately delayed," says NA Speaker Ayaz Sadiq.
Irsa already anticipated 20pc water shortfall for Rabi Season 2017-18, however, that figure is likely to increase.
Leader of opposition says he is "happy" Nawaz is returning to Pakistan to face courts.
PM Abbasi and some federal ministers are currently in London reportedly to meet former premier Nawaz Sharif.
Payments were made to the Sindh and Punjab Rangers for security of Sui northern and southern gas installations: report.
CEC uses 4,800cc vehicle worth Rs50m while he is entitled to use only a 1600cc vehicle, says Fawad Chaudhary.
"The Supreme Court has caused more destruction than anyone else in the country's history," Hashmi says.
Hospital, provincial health ministry conducting inquiry into the matter; PTI criticises Punjab government.
PTI will challenge the arrest warrants issued earlier by the ECP for Imran Khan.
The AML leader levels allegations of corruption against PM Abbasi.
NAB directed to probe financial irregularities in construction of Islamabad airport baggage terminal
Rs1.5 billion have been embezzled in the project, says Public Accounts Committee Chairman Khursheed Shah.
FBR fails to determine which Pakistanis have been investing money in UAE property market.
The issue of the sale of a PIA plane to a museum in Germany brought a bad name to Pakistan, says Khursheed Shah.
Party leadership says the "objective" behind Javed Iqbal's appointment as NAB chairman is "unclear".
The controversial affidavit will be reverted back to its original form, parliamentary leaders decide.