BY M.K. BHADRAKUMAR
A new predicament now arises for Delhi because the civilian and military leaderships in Pakistan now get along well
BY FM SHAKIL
The Islamic hardliner groups didn't win many seats in the national elections but made sure Sharif's party lost in several constituencies
SHAHID JAVED BURKI
Cricket player turned politician Imran Khan is about to become the next prime minister of Pakistan. The vote count was completed three days after the election last Wednesday, and Khan led his party, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), to victory. A party – or a coalition of parties – requires the support of at least 137 members of the National Assembly to be called upon to form a government. Khan is close to achieving that goal....
Pakistan is passing a critical stage and facing many challenges on the domestic as well international fronts. The newly elected Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government will inherit these challenges. Pakistan is situated at a geo-strategic location. It connects Central Asia, Russia, East Asia, the Middle East and Africa. Being a Muslim nation, it is bridge between the Muslim world and other nations. It is the only nuclear state in the Muslim world. It is situated at the entrance to...
(Asia Nikkei Review) Soon after next week's inauguration, a tough decision awaits Pakistan's new Prime Minister Imran Khan, as he will have to choose whether to turn to the International Monetary Fund or to China for financial support to rescue the country from its balance of payments crisis.