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Imran Khan

22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan; former cricketer

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Imran Khan: 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan; former cricketer
Imran Ahmed Khan Niazi is the 22nd and current prime minister of Pakistan. He is also the chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). Before entering politics, Khan was an international cricketer and captain of the Pakistan national cricket team, which he led to victory in the 1992 Cricket World Cup. He was chancellor of the University of Bradford in the United Kingdom from 2005 to 2014.

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Pakistan PM Imran Khan accused of selling gifts received from other nations' heads | Oneindia News [Video]

Pakistan PM Imran Khan accused of selling gifts received from other nations' heads | Oneindia News

Yesterday, Pakistan's opposition parties accused Prime Minister Imran Khan of selling gifts he received from other countries' heads, including an expensive watch worth $1 million. #ImranKhan..

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Tehreek-e-Pakistan announces 3 week ceasefire, talks with Imran Khan underway | Oneindia News [Video]

Tehreek-e-Pakistan announces 3 week ceasefire, talks with Imran Khan underway | Oneindia News

Banned outfit Tehreek-e-Pakistan has announced a 3 week ceasefire against Pakistan, hours after Pak PM Imran Khan claimed his government was in talks with the terror outfit. #ImranKhan..

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Pakistan Unemployment: 1.5 million people applied for peon post | Oneindia News [Video]

Pakistan Unemployment: 1.5 million people applied for peon post | Oneindia News

The unemployment situation in Pakistan is so bad that nearly 1.5 million people recently applied for a peon’s post in the country. Despite this, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's claim that the..

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Indian diplomat praised for fiery speech at UNGA calling out Pakistan | Oneindia News [Video]

Indian diplomat praised for fiery speech at UNGA calling out Pakistan | Oneindia News

India delivered a stern message to Pakistan at the United Nations General Assembly on Friday. Indian delegate Sneha Dubey called Pakistan PM Imran Khan's speech at the 76th UNGA false and malicious...

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Imran Khan shows anger as the US blames Pakistan for Afghanistan’s Taliban takeover | Oneindia News [Video]

Imran Khan shows anger as the US blames Pakistan for Afghanistan’s Taliban takeover | Oneindia News

In an interview with Russia Today, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan that the nation paid a ‘very heavy price’ by siding with the US in its occupation of Afghanistan. #Taliban #AfghanCrisis..

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'A terrible relationship': Pakistan's PM on country's relations with US during Afghanistan war [Video]

'A terrible relationship': Pakistan's PM on country's relations with US during Afghanistan war

CNN’s Becky Anderson sits down with Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan for an exclusive interview in the country’s capital Islamabad, where he speaks about his country’s relationship with the..

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'It could go to chaos': Hear Pakistani PM's concern about Afghanistan [Video]

'It could go to chaos': Hear Pakistani PM's concern about Afghanistan

CNN’s Becky Anderson sits down with Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan for an exclusive interview.

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Pakistan an arsonist in guise of a fire-fighter: Indian diplomat

India’s diplomat Sneha Dubey delivered a fiery rebuttal to Pakistan PM Imran Khan raking up the Jammu & Kashmir issue in his UNGA address, saying Pakistan has nurtured terrorists for long and is an..
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'Pak has history of supporting terrorists', India slams Imran Khan in its Right of Reply at UNGA


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UNGA: India to use its right to reply in response to Imran Khan's references on Jammu and Kashmir


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Pakistan is 'arsonist' disguising itself as 'fire-fighter': India's strong Right of Reply at UNGA

Pakistan, where terrorists enjoy free pass, is an "arsonist" disguising itself as a "fire-fighter", and the entire world has suffered because of its policies as the country nurtures terrorists in its..
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Pakistan was a 'hired gun', says Imran Khan on US war on terror in Afghanistan


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PM Modi to address SCO meet over terrorism concerns, Imran Khan to attend

PM Modi will most likely talk about the nation's concerns about terrorism in his statement at the SCO meeting next week.
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At SCO summit, PM Modi set to focus on terror in Imran’s presence

The Afghanistan situation will dominate the agenda of the SCO summit on September 16-17 with PM Narendra Modi outlining India’s concerns over terrorism in the region and “in general’’ in the..
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Imran Khan says US prefers India, 'uses' Pakistan for settling Afghan crisis

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the United States views Pakistan as "useful" only for clearing the "mess" it has left behind in Afghanistan after 20 years of fighting and prefers India..
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Imran Khan's ex-wife hits out at Pakistani politician over antisemitic remark about her children

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Jemima Goldsmith has hit out at a Pakistani politician over an antisemitic comment she made about the children she'd had with ex-husband Imran Khan.
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Imran Khan attacks PM Modi, RSS during poll rally in PoK, calls himself 'brand ambassador' of Kashmiris

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday attacked PM Modi during an election rally in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) and portrayed himself as the "brand ambassador" of Kashmiris. Addressing a..
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Connectivity an act of trust, India reminds China and Pakistan

Jaishankar reminded Pakistan that connectivity cannot be a one-way street. As Pakistan PM Imran Khan claimed that the “unsettled dispute” over J&K was blocking connectivity initiatives, Jaishankar..
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Pakistan PM Imran Khan refuses to acknowledge China’s repression of Uighurs

Pakistan PM Imran Khan has defended his silence on reports about “genocide” of Uighur Muslims in China by claiming that Islamabad discussed such matters with Beijing “behind closed doors”. He..
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Pak National Assembly gives Kulbhushan right of appeal against his conviction, death sentence

The Imran Khan-led Pakistan government has finally delivered on speculation that circulating in the country for many months that it would help India on the Kulbhushan Jadhav issue through legislation..
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Pakistan PM Imran Khan wishes Manmohan Singh speedy recovery from COVID-19

Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was diagnosed with COVID-19 on Monday and was admitted to All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS).
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Pakistani PM's ex-wives criticise his comments linking rise in rape cases to how women dress

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan is facing more backlash over comments he made linking a rise in rape cases with how women dress - including from his two ex-wives.
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No trade with India under current circumstances: Pakistan PM Imran Khan

Prime Minister Imran Khan decided that Pakistan cannot go ahead with any trade with India under the current circumstances after holding consultations with key members of his Cabinet on importing cotton..
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Imran writes back to PM Modi, says Pakistan also desires peace

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday responded to his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi's Pakistan Day message, saying that people of his country also desire peaceful and cooperative ties,..
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PM Modi extends greetings to Imran Khan on Pakistan Day

Last week, the chief of Pakistan's army General Qamar Bajwa called on the two sides to 'bury the past'.
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Modi greets Imran on Pak Day, calls for end to terror

As India and Pakistan look to build upon the recent ceasefire agreement, PM Narendra Modi Tuesday wrote to his counterpart Imran Khan and extended greetings to the neighbouring country on the occasion..
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PM Modi wishes Imran Khan speedy recovery from Covid-19


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Up to Pakistan to create climate suitable for talks: India

In the wake of “peace signals” from Pakistani PM Imran Khan and Army chief Gen Qamar Bajwa, the Centre on Friday iterated the onus was on the neighbour to create an atmosphere conducive for the two..
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'Time to bury the past': Pakistan army chief Gen Qamar Bajwa on relations with India

The remark came a day after Pakistan PM Imran Khan said that if India maintains peaceful relations with Pakistan, it will get financial benefits.
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‘Stable ties between India, Pak key to unlock full potential of south, central Asia’

A day after an “outreach” by Pakistani PM Imran Khan, the country’s powerful Army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa on Thursday said stable ties between Pakistan and India were the key to unlocking the..
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Pakistan PM Imran Khan wins vote of confidence in National Assembly

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Pakistan providing 'pensions' to terrorists, India tells UNHRC

Pakistani PM Imran Khan has publicly admitted in the past that his country has hosted terror groups and once even called Osama Bin Laden a 'martyr'.
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Onus on India to better ties, says Imran Khan

Days after the LoC ceasefire agreement, seen by some as the first real sign of thaw in ties since the Pathankot terror attack, Pakistan PM Imran Khan, while welcoming the cessation of hostilities, said..
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Joint statement: India, Pakistan review situation along LoC in 'free, frank' atmosphere

It is to be noted that Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan was recently allowed by New Delhi to use Indian Air space for travel to Sri Lanka.
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India on lips, Pak PM plays peace card in Lanka

Pakistan PM Imran Khan frequently referred to India during his two-day visit to Sri Lanka, projecting himself as someone who had always advocated dialogue as the way forward for the two neighbours even..
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India allows Pakistan PM Imran Khan to use airspace while flying to Colombo


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Pakistan PM Imran Khan to use Indian air space for travel to Sri Lanka

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UK-based Hindu groups call upon Prime Minister Boris Johnson to act against persecution of Hindus in Pakistan

Hindu community groups based in the United Kingdom on Tuesday wrote a letter to Prime Minister Boris Jhonson seeking urgent action against "rampant persecution of Hindus in Pakistan." Hindu Forum of..
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Unnecessary attempts made to bring bilateral issues in SCO: PM Modi in veiled attack on Pakistan

Prime Minister said this in his remarks at the SCO meet hosted by Russia, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chinese President Xi Jinping were also present during the meet. He said, "It is..
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PM Modi launches veiled attack on Pakistan, says unnecessary attempts made to bring bilateral issues in SCO

The PM said this in his remarks at the SCO meet hosted by Russia, where Pak PM Imran Khan and Chinese President Xi Jinping were also present.
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Pak’s Gilgit-Baltistan move bid to hide illegal occupation: MEA

Pakistani PM Imran Khan further ratcheted up tension with India on Sunday as he announced “provisional provincial status” for Gilgit-Baltistan in an apparent move to annex the militarily occupied..
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India slams Pakistan government's decision to accord provincial status to Gilgit-Baltistan

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday announced the granting of provisional-provincial status to Gilgit-Baltistan.
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PM Modi uses Pakistan's Pulwama boast to roast rivals at home

Armed with a Pakistan federal minister’s admission in parliament that the February 2019 Pulwama attack was the Imran Khan government’s doing, PM Narendra Modi on Saturday tore into rivals at home..
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Opposition should now apologise for Pulwama remarks: BJP

Pakistani minister Fawad Choudhry’s bragging in the National Assembly that the Pulwama attack which killed 40 Indian paramilitary personnel was an “achievement” of PM Imran Khan saw BJP question..
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Those who called Pulwama a 'conspiracy' must apologise: Javadekar

Javadekar`s response came after the statement of Pakistan Minister Fahad Chaudhry in Pakistan`s parliament on Thursday saying that the attack in Pulwama was a big success for Pakistan under the..
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'Ghar me ghus ke maara': Pakistan finally accepts role in Pulwama attack, calls it 'an achievement'

He boasted in the national assembly that "Pulwama was achievement under leadership of Imran Khan" and that "Hindustan ko ghus ke maara hai".
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Pakistan minister admits to Imran govt role in Pulwama attack, calls it 'great success'

A Pakistani minister on Wednesday admitted that Islamabad was behind last year's Pulwama terror strike on CRPF jawans, describing the dastardly attack as a "great success" of the Imran Khan..
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India strongly denies sending any message seeking talks with Pak

The government strongly denied Thursday it had sent any message to Islamabad for dialogue noting that PM Imran Khan's security adviser was commenting on India's "internal matters" and reiterated that..
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India has not sent any message to Pak expressing desire for talks: MEA

India on Thursday rubbished the claim by Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's adviser on national security that New Delhi has sent a message to Islamabad indicating a desire for talks between the two..
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India slams Pakistan PM at UNGA for terror export

After Pakistan PM Imran Khan again raised the Kashmir issue at UNGA, India slammed Pakistan saying terrorism was its only crowning glory. Exercising its Right of Reply, the Indian mission also accused..
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Terrorism, clandestine nuclear trade Pakistan's 'only crowning glory' for 70 years: India at UN

The "only crowning glory" that Pakistan has to show to the world for the last seven decades is terrorism, ethnic cleansing, majoritarian fundamentalism and clandestine nuclear trade, India said in a..
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India slams Pak PM Imran Khan at UN, highlights Islamabad's support for terror, religious persecution

Indian Diplomat Mijito Vinito who gave a snub to Imran Khan's speech by walking out from UNGA hall delivered India's right of reply.
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Indian delegate walks out as Imran Khan begins speech at UNGA


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D-company: In-depth look at Dawood Ibrahim's crime syndicate

In looking for a way out of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) grey list, the Imran Khan-led government in Pakistan ended up admitting that Dawood Ibrahim, India's most-wanted mobster since 1994..
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Pakistan map claims J&K, Ladakh, parts of Gujarat; India calls it ‘political absurdity’

Seeking to raise the ante on the first anniversary of the revocation of Jammu and Kashmir’s special status, the Imran Khan government on Tuesday released a new political map of Pakistan showing the..
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'Exercise in political absurdity': India responds to Pakistan's new map claiming J&K, Junagadh

The new map of Pakistan was released by Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on the eve of one year anniversary of the removal of the special status of erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir. The map shows..
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Amid India-China tiff, Imran Khan dials Hasina


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