The News report by Mumtaz Alvi Imran Khan of Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) exudes immense confidence these days about his party getting into the corridors of power after a few weeks, so do those around him.… Read More »Is Imran Khan overconfident or will be a trendsetter?
The News report
LONDON: A foreign-born scholar of Pakistani descent, Dr Azeem Ibrahim, a PhD from Cambridge University, a former Research Scholar at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and a World Fellow at Yale, world’s top three seats of learning, has joined Imran Khan and has been named his Strategic Policy Development Advisor.
In a special article for The News, Dr Azeem said it was time the country achieved its “second independence” and threw off the denigrating suggestions that it is a failed state, a client state or a country on the brink of disaster.
Former cricketer Imran Khan reckons he could end militancy and corruption in 90 days if elected prime minister in a show of confidence which has helped make him Pakistan’s most popular politician.
He drew at least 100,000 people to the streets of Karachi on Sunday in a massive rally that increases pressure on the government and cements his standing as the new political force.
After 15 years as an aside to Pakistan politics, he is riding a wave of dissatisfaction with the government of President Asif Ali Zardari, who co-chairs the ruling Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and is facing challenges from the military, the Supreme Court and political opponents after a year of cascading crises.Read More »Pakistan’s Imran Khan: playboy cricketer to PM?
* New PTI entrants repose full confidence in Imran’s leadership As many as 28 bigwigs most of them hailing from southern Punjab, including present and former parliamentarians and technocrats, reposed confidence in the leadership of… Read More »28 heavyweights jump on Imran bandwagon
In a message via social networking site, Jemima clarified that she initially paid the money for the house until he sold his flat and then paid her back.
She said, “Can’t believe we’re divorced and I’m still Imran’s Achilles’ heel. He has faults but greed is not one of them, unlike many in Pakistani politics.”Read More »Imran is not greedy, says Jemaima