Former cricket star Imran Khan was tearful as he delivered his speech. The the 65-year-old promised to hold 'corrupt' politicians to account and to move to a small house rather than the lavish PM's.. MailOnline Also reported by •Reuters •BBC News
According to Reuters, former cricket star Imran Khan was sworn-in as prime minister of Pakistan on Saturday, taking on the challenge of forming a coalition to govern as a currency crisis looms over the..
Watch VideoLawmakers in Pakistan elected former cricket star Imran Khan to be the country's next prime minister Friday.
His win was expected. Despite allegations of vote rigging, Khan's political.. Newsy Also reported by •Reuters
A phone app and a database of more than 50 million voters were key weapons in the successful campaign of cricket legend Imran Khan in last month's general election, though rivals allege Khan also.. Reuters
Former cricket star Imran Khan's party, which won Pakistan's July 25 general election, said on Friday it had enough support in the National Assembly to form a government after more than a week of talks.. Reuters
Pakistan's two former dominant political parties said on Thursday they would join forces to field their own candidate for prime minister in parliament, challenging former cricket star Imran Khan, whose.. Reuters