"I feel at home in Karachi as we share the same culture and understand each other well" — Queen Elizabeth II, 1997.
Sameen Daud Khan
PTI's greatest crime is that it worsened things over the first 10 months, says economist Akbar Zaidi.
From Zainab's murder to Aasia Bibi's landmark acquittal, Dawn.com looks at the biggest events of the year at home.
Urges the crowds to demand answers from both Durrani and Fazl when they are approached for votes.
Out of 4000 applications received, between 650 and 700 were green-lit for tickets.
It has missed the June 25 deadline to share the final polling schemes on its website.
Claims 'Islami Pakistan' will be the emancipator of Muslims in Kashmir, Palestine and elsewhere in the world.
Promising a manifesto "like no other in Pakistan's history", the PTI chief kicks off his election campaign in Mianwali.
Only time will tell whether fortune favours the former PM wishing to stand from the city where he attended college.
21,482 nomination papers were filed this year, whereas the ECP received 28,302 applications from hopefuls in 2013.