2017 in Pakistan
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List of years in Pakistan
- Nawaz Sharif, Prime Minister, 5 June 2013-28 July 2017
- Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Prime Minister, 1 August 2017 - incumbent
- Mamnoon Hussain, President, 9 September 2013-current
- Mian Saqib Nisar, Chief Justice, 31 December 2016-present
- January 21 - A bombing at a vegetable market in Parachinar, Pakistan led to the death of 25 people.
- February 9 – The second season of the Pakistan Super League began.
- February 16 – A suicide bombing at the Shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalander in Sehwan, Pakistan resulted in the deaths of over 90 people.
- March 5 – The second season of the Pakistan Super League ended.
- March 14 – Pakistan's sixth census began.
- June 1 - 18 – Pakistan won the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy 2017 defeating India.
- June 23 - A series of bombings in Quetta and Parachinar led to the death of over 90 people.
- July 28 – A unanimous verdict by the Supreme Court of Pakistan disqualified Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from office, over the controversy of him and some of his family members names being in the Panama Papers, which led to his resignation.
- August 1 - Shahid Khaqan Abbasi was sworn in as Prime Minister, succeeding Nawaz Sharif.
- August 31 - The investigation into the assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto was completed.
- November 5 - 27 Tehreek-e-Labaik, an Islamist party led by Khadim Hussain Rizvi, staged protests in the federal capital Islamabad over minor changes in the oath required for parliamentarians over belief in the finality of the prophethood of Muhammad, and demanded the resignation of the Federal Minister of Law and Justice Zahid Hamid whom they held responsible for it. Hamid eventually resigned on November 27.
- November 24 - a suicide bomber struck the vehicle of AIG Ashraf Noor in Hayatabad, Peshawar.
- December 17 - An attack by two suicide bombers on a church in the city of Quetta left nine people dead and fifty-seven injured.
- Half of the Pakistani homes are not connected to the electr[...] network.
- (fr) ARTE, Inde-Pakistan, une frontière sous haute tension (subtitle : À travers le Pendjab ) 00:06:10+ [mwatjedefwajepakistanεnəsɔ̃paʁəljeoʁezoelεktʁ...]"moitié des foyers pakistanais ne sont pas reliés au réseau électr..."