The injured include PTI Mansehra tehsil youth wing president.
The ANP calls a meeting of its ‘think tank’ to decide future course of action.
Wins 66 of total 97 provincial assembly seats.
Khattak, Atif, Asad Qaisar manoeuvring to lead next govt.
GUJRAT: The alliance of PML-Q and PTI has clinched 10 out of 11 seats (four NA and seven PA) of Gujrat district as...
RAWALPINDI: At least four people were injured during a fight between PML-N and PTI workers near the Kohinoor Mills ...
CHAKWAL: PTI has won five out of the six seats in the Chakwal district, with the help of its ally, PML-Q. PML-N has...
RAWALPINDI: PPP, PML-N and the Muttahida Majlis-i-Amal in Rawalpindi have objected to voter turnout in NA-62 and...
Security measures are mounted around Khan and his Banigala residence.
Political workers believe that fielding Abbasi on two seats was the wrong decision.
GUJAR KHAN: PPP leader Raja Pervaiz Ashraf weathered the PTI’s storm to win the National Assembly mainly because ...
Fissures in party, wrong award of PML-N tickets, limited campaign time contributed to loss.
Police has sent the suspect behind bars after registering a case against him.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi has lost to an independent candidate who was once his close ally.
Almost all the prominent politicians who shifted loyalties lost the polls.
According to unofficial results PTI has clinched four out of 14 NA seats from Lahore.
"Now, it is responsibility of Imran Khan to provide justice to victim families of Model Town incident," he says.
A breakup of winners and losers in general election.
Haji Rasool Bux Chandio, aspirant for NA-230 (Badin) says polling agents were expelled by khalaee makhlooq.
Former MPA Imtiaz Ahmed Shaikh and his son Faraz Imtiaz Shaikh contested on PPP ticket.
PTI may replace MQM-P as opposition in assembly.
‘Traditional’ winners of Karachi’s electoral contests face major setbacks; PTI emerges as big winner from city.
Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui claims ballot boxes were being stuffed.
Salahuddin Ahmed hopes that Imran Khan "being a former cricket captain will support the current PCB".
Elections bring stability to the exchange rate on the very first day.
Managing the rupee-dollar position; ballooning trade deficit will be a tough task.
Of the 1,400 candidates fielded by religious parties, only 39 have won.
“More significant than who won is who lost,” says former Indian minister Mani Shankar Aiyar.
Party decides to play an "aggressive" role while sitting on opposition benches.
Party has already entered into talks with MPAs-elect to get the needed numbers.