... Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) secretary Babar Yaqoob told reporters early on Thursday that counting had been delayed by technical failures in an electronic reporting system and the tallying was now being conducted manually. The results had been due by 2 a.m. (2100 GMT).
“There’s no conspiracy, nor any pressure in delay of the results. The delay is being caused because the result transmission system has collapsed,” Yaqoob said.
He said he could not set an exact deadline when the full results would be released but it would be as soon as possible. ... [Reuters]Dawn, Pakistan's oldest and most widely read English-language newspaper, has been live-blogging news on the vote counts as they're published. See the Dawn website for up to the minute reports and 'at a glance' election statistics; below are excerpts from their latest summary; no time stamp on the report but right now it's about 10:30 AM in the country. (The report has several more subsections than the ones I've posted; e.g, "Violence on Election Day.")
As to the meaning of "Naya Pakistan" in the Dawn headline, it's a catchy pop tune dedicated to Imran Khan's party.
'Naya Pakistan' imminent: PTI leads in much-delayed election results
DAWN.COM | FAHAD CHAUDHRY Updated July 26, 2018