Imran calls on Lankan President, discusses bilateral ties

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday called on Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa during which they discussed bilateral ties and common areas of interests, such as trade and tourism which could benefit both countries. Continue Reading

Imran’s planned speech in Lankan Parliament cancelled

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s planned address to the Sri Lankan Parliament, during his upcoming visit to the island country, has been cancelled. Continue Reading

Imran pitches for border markets with Afghan, Iran

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday directed the authorities to set up border markets along the country’s borders with Afghanistan and Iran to boost employment opportunities and help curb smuggling. Continue Reading

‘Pakistan lawmakers to resign en masse to paralyse govt’

The political crisis in Pakistan has deepened after an 11-party Opposition alliance announced that the lawmakers will resign en masse by the end of this month from parliament to paralyse the government and force Prime Minister Imran Khan to call early snap polls. Continue Reading

Never pressured by military leadership: Imran Khan

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that he was never pressured by the country’s military leadership on any matter, including foreign policy. Continue Reading

Protest against Imran across Pakistan by Oppn parties

Pakistan’s major Opposition parties on Sunday demanded immediate resignation of Prime Minister Imran Khan as they launched an alliance to hold a countrywide protest movement to oust his government. Continue Reading

Imran suggests chemical castration for rapists

Pakistan`s Prime Minister Imran Khan said that he would like convicted rapists to be publicly executed or chemically castrated, reacting to a question on the rape of a woman on a highway last week that has caused an uproar in the South Asian nation. Continue Reading

Imran welcomes students back to school

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday said it was the priority of his government and the nation’s collective responsibility to ensure that every child can go to school safely as educational institutes across the country reopens Tuesday after a six-month-long closure due to Covid-19. Continue Reading