Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan announces his party is resigning from all assemblies and calls off the protest march to Islamabad because he fears it will cause "havoc" in the country.
Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan apologises in court over his remarks against a female judge during a rally last month that was seen as a threat to the judiciary and judges.
In a case that has dragged on for years, Imran Khan's PTI party was accused of receiving funds from abroad, which is illegal in Pakistan.
The former prime minister's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party won 15 of 20 assembly seats in the Punjab province, which local media suggests was a consequence of economic hardships felt by the country.
Imran Khan's opposition PTI wins 15 of 20 assembly seats in the South Asian country's most populous and bellwether Punjab province, local media say. Ruling PML-N's Maryam Nawaz concedes defeat "with an open heart."
Since being removed from power, the former prime minister has heaped pressure on Pakistan's new government by staging protest rallies, reiterating a claim he was ousted in a "foreign conspiracy".
A handful of ruling party lawmakers have switched sides. But that’s something they always do.
Sudden changes at the information ministry spark speculation that the army generals want to have more say in how to counter the coronavirus challenge.
Pakistan's leadership is embroiled in institutional clashes, petty squabbling and political scandals. So who is steering the ship?
Pakistan's executive, judiciary and military have found themselves on a collision course, and Imran Khan's government might bear the brunt of the impact.
A religious leader has mobilised huge crowds demanding Prime Minister Imran Khan’s resignation.
As Khan has previously described Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as one of his political heroes, it remains to be seen how the two countries will further strengthen their relationship in the near future.
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