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UNGA: Pakistan under PM Imran Khan emerged as World major player

PM Imran Khan maiden appearance in UNGA and warns UN about the consequences of Nuclear war

PM Imran Khan’s election victory in Pakistan last year was greeted by an outpouring of optimism and derision. The day he won, he appeared on television, visibly elated to address a celebrating Pakistan. Though he stuck to his campaign promises, he sounded different. As he stared straight into the eyes of his people, offering assurances that it wasn’t time to worry, presenting himself front-line for accountability, promising a Naya (new) Pakistan, it seemed he had finally transitioned from politician to Statesman: honest, conciliatory, human. In a country where hope had long crossed its sell-by date, his words offered a renewed lease of life and people clung on fiercely. Since then, his authentic, stirring avatar has reappeared, evoking long-buried patriotism among hungered Pakistanis.

  • In his maiden UNGA appearance he focused on the following:
  • Climate Change
  • Financial mismanagement
  • Islamophobia
  • Kashmir Issue

What Khan’s rallying for a Naya Pakistan did, however, was inflate expectations. Between wild-eyed fanaticism and outright bashing, most forgot the messy, scattered, gargantuan prospect Pakistan really is. Undeniably, Pakistan has been heading in the wrong direction for the last five decades; an extraction political system created a rent-seeking political and economic elite, benefiting a sliver of society at the expense of the masses. Fleeting periods appeared when the sea wasn’t choppy, but change never sustained. Amid the backdrop of such misgovernance, Khan’s rise as a legitimate political alternative led to the fanning of irrational expectancies.

Its a top trending all around the world , Muslims claimed they have found the global leader

Meet former Journalist & son EU civil servant: Boris PM GB

Then-Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson delivers his keynote speech on day three of the annual Conservative Party conference on October 3, 2017, in Manchester, England.

What Boris has a plan in his mind?

Johnson is set to become prime minister on Wednesday after winning an election to lead the governing Conservatives. He will have just over three months to make good on his promise to lead the U.K. out of the European Union by Oct. 31.

Famed for his bravado, quips in Latin and blond mop of hair, Johnson easily defeated Conservative rival, Jeremy Hunt, winning two-thirds of the votes of about 160,000 party members across the U.K. He will become prime minister once Queen Elizabeth II formally asks him to form a government, replacing Theresa May.

New PM to resume office

A “no-deal” Brexit means that on Nov. 1, tariffs will be slapped on goods traded between the U.K. and the remaining 27 EU countries. Other impediments to trade would be imposed, such as new restrictions on the movement of people and regulatory standards, including on Britain’s crucial financial services sector. Britain would also face the prospect of losing trade deals the EU has struck over the years, including Canada and Japan — these account for around 11% of U.K. trade.

Boris Johnson, editor of the Spectator magazine at the time, sits in his London office reading the anniversary issue of the magazine to mark 175 years of publication, on September 25, 2003.

Johnson is now one of two finalists — along with foreign minister Jeremy Hunt — vying for the prime ministership. He started out as the favorite in a very crowded contest, so he ran the risk of his candidacy imploding. But he mounted a disciplined campaign, largely avoided the media and unnecessary gaffes, and commanded a huge lead throughout all the rounds of voting.

In the fifth and final round, Johnson won 162 votes to Hunt’s 77. The rest of the Conservative Party membership is now voting, with the results to be tallied next week. Johnson is a popular figure among them, making it hard to imagine a scenario in which he doesn’t become prime minister on July 24.

Boris wins the race of premier



Ambassadors from various countries including Modi called on Imran Khan amid General Elections victory 2018


It was first ever action been shown by rival neighbour Indian PM Modi as he called the upcoming PM Pakistan Imran Khan who will be taking oath in next 10 days to steer country out of economic dead zone.

Imran Khan Most likely to take oath on 11 August 2018 and various top office holders from different countries are expected to join the oath taking ceremony.

Ambassadors of China , Afghanistan , Iran , Turkey , UAE and Saudi-a Arabia has already congratulated Imran Khan.

However Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi called Imran Khan on Monday to congratulate him on his party’s victory in the Pakistan general election, with both men discussing regional peace.

It was their first call since Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) emerged victorious from last week’s vote that has been marred by claims of pre-election rigging and irregularities on the day.

Relations between the nuclear-armed rivals have frayed in the last couple of years, with direct talks stalled amid diplomatic rows and military firing across the Line of Control frontier that divides the disputed region of Kashmir.

Khan, widely seen as Pakistan’s prime minister-in-waiting, is now courting independent candidates and minor parties to form a coalition government in a nation that has fought three wars with India.

In the phone call, Modi “reiterated his vision of peace and development in the entire neighbourhood”, according to a statement by India’s Ministry of External Affairs.

Khan declared in his victory speech that he wanted to resolve the long-standing territorial dispute over Kashmir, saying “if India comes and takes one step towards us, we will take two”.

Khan’s media team said he had told Modi it was vital both countries focus on pulling millions out of poverty.

The PTI said Khan had also told Modi that issues between the two nations must be resolved through talks. “Wars can breed tragedies instead of facilitating resolution of conflicts,” he said, according to a PTI statement.

“Prime Minister (Modi) expressed hope that democracy will take deeper roots in Pakistan,” the Indian ministry said in a brief statement.

European Union observers say there was an uneven playing field during the election as major obstacles were put in the way of a rival party that was led by jailed former premier Nawaz Sharif. The United States has also expressed concern about what it calls electoral “flaws”.

Khan has offered to investigate all claims of irregularities, and promised to build a new Pakistan with an Islamic welfare state that would seek to elevate those mired in poverty.

Some analysts and commentators have said Pakistan’s democracy has been weakened by meddling by the armed forces. Both Khan and the military deny colluding with each other.

Majority-Muslim Pakistan has criticised India in recent years about what it calls New Delhi’s heavy-handed tactics in Kashmir, as well as violence suffered by the Muslim-minority groups in India at the hands of Hindu extremists.

What is British searching for, Brexit?

What does Brexit mean?

It is a word that has turned out to be utilized as a shorthand method for saying the UK leaving the EU – combining the words Britain and exit to get Brexit, say as a conceivable Greek exit from the euro was named Grexit previously.

 Why is Britain leaving the European Union?

A choice – a vote in which everybody (or almost everybody) of voting age can partake – was hung on Thursday 23 June 2016, to choose whether the UK should leave or stay in the European Union. Leave won by 51.9% to 48.1%. The choice turnout was 71.8%, with more than 30 million individuals voting.

Why UK’s EU choice might be sooner than you might suspect

Securities exchanges have all the earmarks of being disregarding the possibility of the U.K. leaving the EU (summed up in the expression “Brexit). A Late trial of popular assessment, for example, the Scottish autonomy submission and the decision, recommend the British open likes the present state of affairs. Conclusion surveys recommend around 39 percent would vote to an incredible EU in a choice.


However popular conclusion on this issue has demonstrated unstable before, and U.K. surveyors famously neglected to anticipate the result of the current general race. A low turnout could give the No crusade, whose voters are probably going to be more intense, a lift.

Here, we investigate a portion of the issues driving the level-headed discussion over the U. K’s. future in Europe.


 Take the cash

The U.K. is a net supporter of the EU – as are other substantial economies like Germany and France. The cash is utilized crosswise over Europe to guarantee a level playing field for the EU’s poorer nations by being put resources into, for instance, new streets or broadband. Be that as it may, the bill is ascending as the U. K’s. economy enhances, with a net commitment of £11.3 billion ($17.4 billion) in 2013, contrasted with £2.7 billion out of 2008, as indicated by official UK information.

Where else?

One of the financial contentions frequently set forward for Brexit is that EU participation is hampering the U. K’s. exchange ties outside the exchanging alliance.

EU enrollment would be supplanted by “new financial business with the entire world”, as indicated by expert Brexit campaign amass Global Britain – however the degree of this trade is questionable, and markets, as the adage goes, hate vulnerability.

Head administrator David Cameron and Education Secretary Nicky Morgan meet understudies amid a visit to the Green School for Girls in London.

New UK government may battle with its promises

It is hard to truly contend that EU enrollment is a more noteworthy boundary to exchanging with China – to say one nation where the U.K. government is dedicating a great deal of exertion – than the long-haul decreases in U.K. producing. Glad eurozone part Germany sent out 74.5 billion euros worth of merchandise to China a year ago, more than five times the estimation of U.K. fares to China.


Is there any good reason why we wouldn’t need unhindered commerce with our biggest market?” Lucy Thomas, battle chief at professional EU campaign aggregate Business for New Europe, told CNBC.

“We have a great deal more clout arranging exchange bargains as a feature of that gathering as opposed to alone.”

 Movement tangle

An opportunity of development for work is one of the key standards of the EU, and with more than 14 million residents, from footballers to natural product pickers, living in an EU nation which they weren’t conceived in, it influences many people. This simplicity of development has been assaulted in the U.K., which had an out of the blue abnormal state of relocation from a few old Soviet coalition states after they joined the EU. A portion of the manual specialists who felt undermined by this new, modest, wellspring of work along these lines turned towards Nigel Farage’s U.K. Autonomy Party. Another key purpose of exacerbation is the privilege of vagrants to assert welfare benefits in the U.K. – which Cameron is endeavoring to deny.

Lawful issue

One point of convergence for asserted European control over U.K. laws is the impact of the European Court of Human Rights, which in certain prominent cases has made it harder to expel outside conceived hoodlums. If the U.K. moves far from the ECHR’s impact, it would be an organization with separated Belarus as the main European nations not to conform to it.

 Outside looking in

As the euro zone’s monetary ties are tied more tightly following the credit emergency, there are worries that the EU individuals who clutched their own monetary forms, including the U.K., Denmark, and Sweden, might not have enough impact on basic leadership.

 In it to win it

In case of a Brexit, those master EU participation contend, the U.K. won’t have the capacity to change EU strategies – yet will at present need to manage their outcomes.

“It looks bad to separate from our significant market where we would at present face every one of the expenses of consistency and appreciate none of the impacts. We can accomplish change by being a dynamic and driving part from inside,” Terry Scuoler, CEO of U.K. producer’s affiliation EEF, contended.

 What is Britain searching for?

Mr. Cameron said he would not like to uncover full points of interest of his arranging hand before genuine exchanges get going.

Through a progression of addresses and daily paper articles, he has given a diagram of his needs at the same time, and in November, he set down his goals on paper without precedent for a letter to Donald Tusk, the leader of the European Council.


       Four key targets are:

Monetary administration: Securing an express acknowledgment that the euro is by all account not the only money of the European Union, to guarantee nations outside the eurozone are not physically impeded. The UK needs protects that means to promote budgetary union can’t be forced on non-eurozone individuals and the UK won’t need to add to eurozone bailouts

 Aggressiveness: Setting an objective for the lessening of the “weight” of over the top control and broadening the single market


Migration: Restricting access to in-work and out-of-work advantages to EU transients. Clergymen need to stop those going to the UK from asserting certain advantages until the point when they have been occupant for a long time. Clergymen have purportedly been cautioned by the UK’s best government worker this could be oppressive and any breaking points might be diminished to not as much as a year. A choice of a “crisis brake” to stop the installments for a long time is being talked about as a bargain

Sway: Allowing Britain to quit from the EU’s establishing aspiration to fashion a “nearer and nearer union” of the people groups of Europe so it won’t be drawn into promoting political incorporation. Giving more noteworthy forces to national parliaments to square EU enactment.