Only elections can avert Sri Lanka-like crisis: Imran

As Pakistan faces a myriad of challenges like skyrocketing inflation, unemployment, depleting foreign exchange reserves and shortage of essential commodities, former Prime Minister Imran Khan warned that the country could slide into Sri Lanka-like situation if "free and fair" elections were not held by the incumbent government.

‘China-Pak ties to be better under Shehbaz Sharif than even Imran’

Global Times reported that Khan is from a newly rising political party, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), and when traditional major political parties like the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) or the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) return to power, China-Pakistan cooperation could be even better because these traditional major parties have much closer and deeper ties with China.

On Imran’s advice, President approves Assembly dissolution

After NA Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri dismissed Sunday's no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister saying it was in contradiction of Article 5 of the Constitution, Khan announced that he had advised President Alvi to dissolve all Assemblies, paving the way for snap elections.

Iron Throne Imran won’t give up

The reality of a no-confidence motion in the National Assembly has made Imran Khan reconsider his tactics. Forced to scavenge for allies, he is perceived as indulging in the same horse-trading that he condemned in his opponents.

‘Powerful’ country angry because of Russia visit: PM Imran Khan

Addressing the Islamabad Security Dialogue on Friday, the premier said that the "powerful country" is supporting its ally (India). "Today, I read the statement of the British Foreign Secretary that mentioned that they cannot say anything to India as it is an independent state -- I don't blame them for this support, this is our mistake," he said, according to Geo tv.