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Imran should air his grievances in parliament: Khursheed Shah

SUKKUR: Oppostion Leader in the National Assembly Syed Khurshid Ahmed Shah has said that Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf’s chief Imran Khan should play his constitutional role in the parliament. 215 more words

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Dawn of Imran

Imran Khan played cricket for more than two decades and retired winning world cup, further to his play boy standing throughout his cricketing career he married daughter of William Gold Smith and made a political party in 95 thereafter, he remained seat less till 2002 after Musharraf had awarded him with only seat, After not getting seats as per what was decided between them he started agitation against Musharraf, his voice echoed very high until Musharraf was deposed by democratic forces. 156 more words

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10 Reasons why PTIs election rigging claims are without merit

The allegation of rigging that I am referring to here is the idea that a PML-N driven malicious conspiracy stole Imran Khan’s mandate in Punjab which is something he has repeatedly stated. 1,393 more words

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PPP not to participate in long march

Saturday, July 26, 2014 – Peshawar—Former President Pakistan Peoples Party Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and ex Senior Minister, Rahimdad Khan here Friday said that his party will not participate in the proposed long march of Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf and suggested Imran Khan to postpone it keeping in view the prevailing security environment and challenges faced by the country today. 369 more words

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PTI (Pakistan Tehreek -e-Insaf) Chairman Imran Khan letter to UNSG Ban Ki-moon

H E Mr Ban Ki-moon
Secretary General
United Nations
First Ave at 46th Street
New York, N.Y. 10017
Email: sgcentral@un.org

Date: 25 July 2014… 669 more words


Review of Bullets and Train by Adeerus Ghayan

Review of Bullets and Train by Adeerus Ghayan

I’ll say it’s about time that a Pakistani has written a fiction about drones. Ten years of this hell and finally of the 200 million of us, one finally pens a novel on drones. 528 more words