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Imran Khan's Tehrik-i-Insaf wins re-poll in upmarket Karachi constituency

May 20, 2013

Imran Khan's Tehrik-i-Insaf wins re-poll in upmarket Karachi constituency

Cricket hero Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf party won a revote in an upmarket constituency of Karachi on Sunday, unofficial results showed, a day after gunmen killed a party leader, setting the stage for protests and counter-protests. #NewsTracker #Nawaz Sharif #Imran Khan #Karachi #Pakistan polls #Pakistan elections 2013 #Tehrik-i-Insaf #MQM #Muttahida Quami Movement
Pak polls: India should rejoice, says Al Gore

May 14, 2013

Pak polls: India should rejoice, says Al Gore

The just concluded general elections in Pakistan is a time for both the US and India to feel some joy and take some pride in the hope that democracy would continue to march forward in the South Asian country, former US Vice President Al Gore has said. #NewsTracker #Al Gore #Pakistan polls
Polls a 'significant milestone' in Pak democracy building: Obama

May 13, 2013

Polls a 'significant milestone' in Pak democracy building: Obama

US President Barack Obama has hailed the National Assembly election in Pakistan, calling it "a significant milestone" in the country's democracy building. #Barack Obama #NewsTracker #Pakistan polls
Imran Khan gains in Pakistan vote, fractured Parliament expected

May 10, 2013

Imran Khan gains in Pakistan vote, fractured Parliament expected

Former Pakistan cricket star Imran Khan's party was enjoying a late surge of support on Friday, the eve of a landmark election, raising the prospect of a fragmented parliament that could lead to weeks of haggling to form a coalition government. #World #Al-Qaeda #Pakistan #Benazir Bhutto #International Monetary Fund #Nawaz Sharif #Imran Khan #Pakistan Peoples Party #Pakistan polls #Pakistan elections 2013
Why the Pak polls will leave a trail of blood in Balochistan

May 08, 2013

Why the Pak polls will leave a trail of blood in Balochistan

Gas- and mineral-rich Baluchistan is bloody even when there are no elections. Kidnappings and killings are common. #World #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Balochistan #Pakistan polls

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Why the Pak polls will leave a trail of blood in Balochistan

Aug 21, 2014

O'Reilly: Unleash Obama political team on beheaders

President Barack Obama showed spine Wednesday in his remarks about the beheading of American journalist James Foley. Despite the imminent threat of another American beheading, Obama made clear U.S. airstrikes in Iraq will continue, and likely escalat... #Iraq #Iran #Pakistan #Barack Obama #Mitt Romney
Why the Pak polls will leave a trail of blood in Balochistan

Aug 19, 2014

Melbourne tops most livable city ranking, three Canadian cities in top 10 list

Toronto is the world’s fourth-best city in which to live, according to a report by The Economist. In an annual poll, the magazine’s Intelligence Unit ranked Toronto just below Vancouver (the third most livable city in the world) and just above Calgar... #Damascus, Syria #Canada #Toronto #Finland #Pakistan #Australia #Melbourne #Sydney #Calgary #Bangladesh #Auckland, NZ #Helsinki #Papua New Guinea #Karachi #Port Moresby #The Economist #Lagos, Nigeria
Why the Pak polls will leave a trail of blood in Balochistan

Aug 14, 2014

Pakistan anti-government protest marches begin

Thousands of protesters set off from the Pakistani city of Lahore on Thursday to march on the capital in a bid to unseat the government, which they claim was elected by fraud. Supporters of cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan and populist preacher... #Pakistan #United Kingdom #Islamabad #Lahore #Nawaz Sharif #Imran Khan