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People won't elect PML-N in next elections


November 04, 2011 - MURREE: PPP leader Senator Dr Babar Awan, on Sunday said the people would not elect the PML-N in the next general election because of their animosity towards democracy.  Read More

Parties gearing up aggressive rhetoric


November 04, 2011 - slamabad: Political temperature is on the rise in Pakistan with mainstream parties gearing up aggressive rhetoric.  Read More

Declare assets or face civil disobedience movement


November 04, 2011 - LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan, while declaring that corruption and tax evasion were the biggest problems of Pakistan, warned the ruling elites and politicians to declare all hidden assets within and without the country, threatening that otherwise, his party would start a civil disobedience movement across the country.  Read More

Musharraf doesn't want PPP alliance with PML-N: Imran


November 04, 2011 - nOV 4,11: MIAWALI: Tahrik-e-Insaf chief, Imran Khan has said that the real reason of Asif Zardari reneging the agreement with Muslim League-N and President Pervez Musharraf's support was getting his corruption cases dissolved.  Read More

Shahbaz Shareef


October 28, 2011 - Rallying against the govt: Whose turn is it to save Pakistan?  Read More

Election 2013


October 27, 2011 - Tehreek E Insaaf chairman Imran Khan addressing at Minar e Pakistan On 30th Oct 2011  Read More

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