"Why is there a restriction on Dawn newspaper in certain areas of the country?" asks PPP leader Farhatullah Babar.
An adjournment motion has been submitted in Senate Secretariat terming accusations "an issue of national importance".
The ordinances passed in the shape of bills include seven recently promulgated by President Arif Alvi.
The venue of the protest remained a sticking point during talks between the two sides.
The former president has been shifted to the cardiology department of the hospital.
PTI senator says govt "does not want to give Maulana so much importance" by arresting him; predicts march's failure.
"If you don't sit and talk, then we would have fulfilled our responsibility. Whatever happens then, will be on you."
Senator Mushahidullah Khan alleges Umar Akmal, Ahmed Shehzad were included in the team "as a favour".
JUI-F chief says "current government formed through fake election results"; protesters to gather at Islamabad's D-Chowk.
PML-N delegation to meet JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman tomorrow, says Ahsan Iqbal.
Akram Durrani, Nayyar Bokhari say discussions will continue on the modalities to oust the PTI-led government.
The senior PPP leader has been arrested by NAB Sukkur in an assets beyond means case.
FM Qureshi tells MNAs from Sindh that they have nothing to fear; the province is an important unit of the country.
CEC cites violation of Article 213 and 214 of the Constitution in the process of the two appointments.
Khalid Mehmood Siddiqui appointed from Sindh and Munir Ahmed Khan Kakar appointed as a member from Balochistan.
"A woman is being taken from the hospital to jail at 12am; is this their justice?" asks an enraged Talpur.
Says the PPP leader has "never uttered derogatory remarks about any section of society".
No-confidence motion against Deputy Chairman Saleem Mandviwalla also fails; both to retain positions in Upper House.
"It would have been good if the Senate chairman had resigned, otherwise he is going tomorrow anyway," says Bilawal.
Retired Maj Gen Amir Azeem Bajwa says dealing with blasphemous content on social media is a "huge problem".