2018 in Pakistan
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List of years in Pakistan
- 24-27 May - The Thirty-first Amendment to the Constitution of Pakistan is approved by the Parliament of Pakistan and the Provincial Assembly of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), giving way to the merger of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) into the Province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP).
- 25 July - The 2018 Pakistani general elections will be held.
- 2018 Blind Cricket World Cup
- Pakistani cricket team in New Zealand in 2017–18
- West Indian cricket team in Pakistan in 2017–18
- Pakistani cricket team in England in 2018
- Pakistani cricket team in Ireland in 2018
- Pakistani cricket team in Scotland in 2018
- Pakistani cricket team in Zimbabwe in 2018
- Pakistani cricket team in South Africa in 2018–19
- January 4 – Zubaida Tariq, 72, chef, Parkinson's disease.
- January 5 – Asghar Khan, 96, politician and military officer, Commander-in-Chief of the Air Force (1957–1965).
- January 5 – Rasa Chughtai, 89, Urdu poet.
- January 5 – Sardar Ahmed Ali Khan Pitafi, 74, politician, cancer. He served between 2014 and 2017.
- February 1 - Haji Saifullah Khan Bangash, 70, politician.
- February 1-Hazar Khan Bijarani, 71, politician.
- February 1-Fariha Razzaq Haroon, politician.
- February 5 - Siddiq Baloch, 77, journalist and political economist.
- February 8 - Khalid Mehsud, 44, terrorist.
- February 11 - Asma Jahangir, 66, human rights lawyer and social activist.
- February 11 - Qazi Wajid, 87, actor.
- March 5 – Jam Saqi, 73, Pakistani politician.
- March 11 – Muhammad Ashiq, 82, racing cyclist.
- March 20 – Ayaz Soomro, 59, politician.
- In memoriam: Nation reacts to Zubaida Aapa’s death | Pakistan
- First Muslim air chief of PAF Asghar Khan dies
- Ahmed, Naseer (6 January 2018). "Eminent poet Rasa Chughtai passes away". Dawn. Retrieved 6 January 2018.
- "PPP lawmaker dies after cancer battle". www.thenews.com.pk.
- "Pakistani human rights champion dies". BBC News. 11 February 2018. Retrieved 11 February 2018.
- "Madeeha Gauhar, Ajoka Theater founder, passes away". Retrieved 2018-04-25.