All Pakistan Clerks Association (APCA) Central President Dost Muhammad Brohi has given a call to hold a protest sit-in at D Chowk of the federal capital on June 4 to press the…
Ruling and opposition parties of Balochistan on Friday announced to stage a sit-in outside the Parliament House on January 20 against the kidnapping of tribal leader Abdul Zahir Kasi. Addressing a news…
The sit-in of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and its allied parties to block NATO supply route entered eighth consecutive day on Saturday. In Peshawar‚ the PTI and the Jamaat-e-Islami workers have set-up protest…
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and its allied parties continue their sit-in in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to block NATO supplies on sixth consecutive day on Thursday. In Peshawar‚ the PTI and the Jamaat-e-Islami workers set…
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) demonstrators dispersed Sunday evening to take a break for the night with an announcement from the party that the protest will be continued tomorrow (Monday) against the missile attacks…
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Saturday vowed that NATO supplies would remain suspended until an end to drone strikes. Addressing a protest rally in Peshawar, “We can and we will…
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan, keeping in view the grave security situation in the country, has announced to postpone a sit-in against drone strikes from November 20 to November 23. “This…
Terming the Punjab budget atrocious and anti-wage earners, the All Pakistan Clerks Association (APCA) on Wednesday announced to stage shrouds wrapped sit-in outside the Punjab Assembly on June 25. According to reports,…
PESHAWAR – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) central leader Sajid Gumrani said on Wednesday that around 0.2 million workers would participate in two days sit-in on 23rd and 24th in the province. Speaking at the Peshawar press club, he said all prerequisite arrangements were being made for the sit-in as 2, 000 workers would guard it.
He said the PTI sit-in against US-drone attacks proved that the masses showed great anger and resentment over the US-predator incursion in Pakistani
PESHAWAR – The anti-drone campaign launched by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is likely to transform into a future political alliance as almost all the like-minded political parties are joining the first ever two-day sit-in from April 23 against the US strikes in the tribal areas. Various political parties, except Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), Awami National Party (ANP) and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), have announced joining the sit-in on the main NATO supply route at
LAHORE – Dr Fauzia Siddiqi addressed a press conference on Sunday along with Insaaf Student Federation (ISF) President Hassaan Niazi and Ibad-ur-Rehman’s brother Sajjad-ur-Rehman, who was killed by a car which had come to help Raymond Davis escape.
Dr Fauzia announced that she would be part of the sit-in against drone attacks. She said that Pakistan’s embassy in the United States threatened the lawyer who appealed against Aafia Siddiqi’s sentence. Sajjad-ur-Rehman said that the
ATHENS – Greek police clashed with protesters on Wednesday as around 100,000 workers, pensioners and students marched to parliament in protest at austerity policies aimed at helping Greece cope with a huge debt crisis. Riot police fired scores of rounds of teargas and flash bombs at protesters hurling petrol bombs, choking the main Syndagma square with smoke and sending crowds of striking protesters running for cover.
Public and private sector employees’ 24-hour strike grounded
ISLAMABAD – Extending their protest from the schools premises to roads, hundreds of teachers affiliated with Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) on Monday staged a sit-in at the D Chowk near the Parliament House, demanding regularisation and revision of their service structure.
Carrying placards in their hands, more than 3,000 teachers marched from the Press Club to the culmination point as they expressed their anger against the government for not fulfilling their demands.
LAHORE – The politics of reconciliation worked once again in Punjab as the PPP has withdrawn its plans to stage sit-ins after PPP Senior Minister Raja Riaz’s one-on-one meeting with Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Tuesday.
However, the PPP parliamentary leader in Punjab Assembly cautioned Shahbaz that his government would have to face strong reaction if the PML-Q unification bloc was allotted an independent status in the assembly. The PPP sources said Riaz boldly conveyed
LAHORE – Punjab Governor Sardar Latif Khosa on Monday said the provincial ministers of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) would not stage any protest, adding that there were some misunderstandings and reservations, which would hopefully addressed soon.
It is pertinent to recall that provincial Senior Minister Raja Riaz had announced Saturday to hold a sit-in in front of the Punjab Assembly if the provincial govt failed to reply positively to the 19-point agenda.
PESHAWAR – Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan is holding a six-hour sit-in outside Khbyer Pakhtunkhwa Assembly’s building today (Sunday) against government’s inability to stop frequent drone strikes in tribal areas and increasing prices of essential goods.
JI Amir Syed Munawar Hassan, former Amir Qazi Hussain Ahmad, Provincial President Professor Ibrahim Khan, senior leader Sirajul Haq and other central and provincial leaders will participate in the sit-in that will continue from 10am to
ISLAMABAD: The affectees of drone strikes and their relatives from North and South Waziristan staged a sit-in here on Friday in front of the Parliament House against the killings of innocent civilians.
The protesters demanded the government take immediate steps to stop drone assaults on civilians in the North and South Wazirstan that, according to them, had so far left 1,500 civilians dead.
A 14-year-old boy, Saad Ullah who lost his both legs and one eye in a drone strike,