Posts Tagged: Zardari

Aafia Siddiqui Trial Articles
Aafia Siddiqui Trial: Pakistan Government Simply Posturing
January 29, 2010
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The Pakistani government has been giving the impression that intense legal and diplomatic efforts are underway to secure the release of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui, but there is little sign of those efforts in the courtroom where she is on trial for attempted murder. In a recent statement to the media Interior Minister Rehmen Malik stated […]
What Will The New Year Bring For Pakistan?
December 30, 2009
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A note on Facebook from another Pakistani journalist Beena Sarwar proclaiming that “We shall overcome” leaves me optimistic that 2010 will bring peace and stability. But, it will take the Pakistani people to rise up and demand that all state officials and institutions respond effectively to this crisis and begin making the welfare and interests of its citizens an urgent priority.
Clearing the Air: An Interview With Wajid Shamsul Hassan
December 17, 2009
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The ISI had plotted a stint to malign the President when the Pakistani High Commisioner to Britain was intercepted in Geneva while retrieving documents for the National Acountability Bureau from Swiss attorneys.
Who Framed Wajid Shamsul Hassan?
December 13, 2009
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Sources in Intelligence Bureau (civilian intelligence organization of Pakistan) admit that they were blindsided by ISI’s “Operation Kill Democracy,” but now they have sufficient evidence as to how the media was used to embarrass an envoy and Pakistan’s democratically elected president.
پاکستان کے لئے سب سے بڑا خطرہ دنيا کا اس سے دور ہونا ہے
March 31, 2009
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 دنيا ميں چند ہي ترقي پذير ملکوں کي معيشتيں مستحکم ہيں، ليکن موجودہ دور ميں معاشي طور پر مضبوط ملکوں کو بھي کئي مسائل کا سامنا ہے۔ ان مسائل ميں انفرااسٹرکچر اور افرادي قوت کا ناکافي ہونا، پھيلتي ہوئي بدعنواني، اسٹاک مارکيٹوں ميں مندي، کرنسي کو درپيش خطرات اور اجناس پر ضرورت سے زيادہ انحصار […]