PLENTY, if it happens to be ‘Taliban Khan’. The wit who bestowed the nickname on Imran Khan probably had no idea how lethally accurate this label would prove to be. He may have intended to be ironic, but turned out to be prescient.
The TTP, in nominating the PTI chief to their negotiating team, recognised . . . → Read More: Taliban Khan: A lethally accurate label
Cricket is perhaps the only sport in which a captain actually does more than just play the game or wear an armband.
Apart from having good, consistent cricketing abilities, he has to also exhibit a penchant for the kind of leadership found in a military general or in a political leader.
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Even today, your kebab is Behari, your Biryani is Sindhi, your tea is Kashmiri, your naan is Afghani, your guard is Baloch, your transporter is Pashtun, your port is in Karachi, your industry is in Punjab, your music is Multani Sufi and the beauty of your country lies in Gilgit-Baltistan..
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After being beaten in the May 11, 2013 general elections in Punjab, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) came back to the heart of Lahore in their attempt to portray a ‘real opposition’. They carried out a protest rally on Mall Road against rising inflation in the country.
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Just a day before the Delhi assembly election results were declared and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) created history, Imran Khan was in New Delhi attending a conference. Speaking to Delhi’s elite in a five-star hotel, the former cricketer declared that the anti-corruption politician Arvind Kejriwal’s AAP was India’s answer to the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)! While . . . → Read More: AAP is not India’s PTI
As the day of sacrifice approaches the numbers of bovine creatures become more and more visible. They await their fate helplessly as religious fervor increases by the day. Looking at these animals one wonders if the vast majority of those who live in this land are any different from them—except, of course, for the obvious . . . → Read More: SHEEPISH SHEEP
Without a doubt, Pakistan’s biggest problem is Terrorism. Imran Khan and PTI’s stance on the solution has been consistent for many years now.
Imran Khan will propose a four point agenda in the All Parties Conference (APC) on September 9, 2013.
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By ZULFIQAR ALI
PESHAWAR: The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf popularity bubble burst in Peshawar on Thursday as the local residents either stayed home or went to the polling stations to vote against the nominee of Imran Khan’s party for the by-election in the local NA-1 constituency.
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Princess Diana was “madly in love” with heart surgeon Hasnat Khan and considered moving to Pakistan to be with him, close friend Jemima Khan has revealed.
Diana wanted to marry the doctor, with whom she had a two-year relationship, and secretly met his family in Pakistan to discuss the possibility of a union, according to . . . → Read More: Diana was madly in love with a Pakistani
By Shirin Naseer
Under the promises of a ‘NAYA Pakistan’ for the first time in years citizens belonging to the affluent cities like Islamabad and Lahore left the comfort of their homes to vote. PTI seemingly not only drew out women to participate in the electoral process but also encouraged first-time voters to . . . → Read More: Leaders’ Day Out