1. Prime Minister Imran Khan has published six works of non-fiction, including an autobiography co-written with Patrick Murphy.
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5. On 16 May 1995, at the age of 43, Prime Minister Imran Khan married 21-year-old Jemima Goldsmith, in a two-minute ceremony conducted in Urdu in Paris.
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6. Prime Minister Imran Khan had urged White to go for an abortion Tyrian looked extraordinarily like Khan.
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9. Prime Minister Imran Khan's accompanied him on various Pakistani cricket team tours including in Peshawar and Australian tour.
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16. Prime Minister Imran Khan has a house in Zaman Park, Lahore worth 29 million.
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22. Prime Minister Imran Khan became the first person in the history of Pakistan general elections who contested and won in all five constituencies, surpassing Zulfikar Ali Bhutto who contested in four but won in three constituencies in 1970.
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26. Prime Minister Imran Khan ended his south Punjab campaign by addressing rallies in various Seraiki belt cities.
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27. Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed different public meetings in various cities of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and other parts of country where he announced that PTI will introduce a uniform education system in which the children of rich and poor will have equal opportunities.
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32. On 30 October 2011, Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed more than 100,000 supporters in Lahore, challenging the policies of the government, calling that new change a "tsunami" against the ruling parties, Another successful public gathering of hundreds of thousands of supporters was held in Karachi on 25 December 2011.
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38. Prime Minister Imran Khan was invited by Nawaz Sharif to join his political party.
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41. Prime Minister Imran Khan visited embassies of Iran and Saudi Arabia and met their head of commissions in Islamabad on 8 January 2015 to understand their stance about the conflict which is engulfing both nations after execution of Sheikh Nimr by Saudi Arabia.
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42. Prime Minister Imran Khan ruled out a military solution to the conflict and denied the possibility of a fourth war between India and Pakistan over the disputed mountainous region.
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46. Prime Minister Imran Khan publicly demanded a Pakistani apology towards the Bangladeshi people for the atrocities committed in 1971, He called the 1971 operation a "blunder" and likened it to today's treatment of Pashtuns in the war on terror.
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50. Prime Minister Imran Khan has provided analysis for every cricket World Cup since 1992, which includes providing match summaries for the BBC during the 1999 World Cup.
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56. Prime Minister Imran Khan played his last Test match for Pakistan in January 1992, against Sri Lanka at Faisalabad.
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58. Prime Minister Imran Khan achieved the all-rounder's triple in 75 Tests, the second-fastest record behind Ian Botham's 72.
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62. Prime Minister Imran Khan remains a popular public figure and is the author of, among other publications, Pakistan: A Personal History.
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63. Prime Minister Imran Khan served as the parliamentary leader of the party and led the third-largest block of parliamentarians in the National Assembly from 2013 to 2018.
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65. Prime Minister Imran Khan contested for a seat in the National Assembly in October 2002 and served as an opposition member from Mianwali until 2007.
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