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Musharraf Will Face Imposters

By Gul Raiz • May 22nd, 2010 • Category: Politics

Those were willful and carefully-orchestrated conspiracies which deprived Pakistan from it’s best-ever ruler, but not forever. Musharraf, the president may have been forced to quit under the mounting conspiracies from within and outside the country, but he is there shining with hope and brimming with confidence to come back and enchant his people again.
Musharraf is [...]

UK Respects Pakistanis, Withdraws Musharraf’s Protocol

By Salman Mugsi • May 5th, 2010 • Category: Politics

It’s nothing new and has happened always in the history that the world powers use their pawns and then discard them, humiliate them or get them eliminated altogether. Musharraf is lucky enough that he has only been discarded for now, but the way dictator chap is dreaming about returning to power in Pakistan, his fate [...]

Musharraf May Best Serve Pakistan as a Visionary

By A Khokar • May 3rd, 2010 • Category: Politics, Worth A Second Look

After 9/11 Musharraf is known to have taken a unique ‘U turn’ in respect of age old Pakistani policy about Taliban in Afghanistan. This act of his even today has not sat well in the people’s minds that whether, under the circumstances Musharraf did so, in the best interests of Pakistan or otherwise. In his [...]

A message to Geo and Jang group of newspaper, Lahore

By Guest Blogger • Apr 27th, 2010 • Category: Politics

It is a matter of great concern that since the present government takeover the control of Pakistan, a flood of problems has started in our beloved country. Growing incidents of terrorists attacks, drone attacks and then interference of foreign agencies in our country has created law and order situation and insecurity in Pakistan. Our soldiers, [...]

Musharraf, Nawaz and Hijacking from Ground

By A Khokar • Apr 24th, 2010 • Category: Politics

In the light of the new book published; MUSHARRAF, NAWAZ & HIJACKING FROM THE GROUND by the AminUllah Choudhry, DG Aviation; the man who was at the helm of the affairs of famous hijack case prior to the coup of 12 Oct 1999. He very unequivocally alleges General Musharraf for the hijack. An interview of [...]

Loadshedding Ka Bhoot

By Mohsin Sehgal • Apr 23rd, 2010 • Category: Politics

To say that the previous government didn’t add a single megawatt to the total electricity generation capacity is not only rubbish in today’s context, but it’s also like sprinkling salt on the wounds of the nation. Well, Musharraf was evil and he didn’t do a thing good. That is exactly why we hate him [...]

We Need Musharraf Back

By Gul Raiz • Apr 22nd, 2010 • Category: Politics

The things are very intimidating for the democracy. The current performance of the politicians is not exemplary to even say a single good thing about the democracy. The dark past of them is aside, their is no hope from them right now. Two years have passed and nothing has been done to prove the worth [...]

Silence of the Lambs

By Shaukat M Malik CPA • Apr 22nd, 2010 • Category: Politics, Worth A Second Look

National Assembly –Pakistan’s equivalent of the House of Representatives- represents the will of the people of Pakistan. Its writ is more powerful than the orders of any military dictator. This was clearly demonstrated in the opening session of the National assembly in 2008.  When Prime Minister Gilani ordered the release of judges jailed by the [...]

Mohroon Ki Shamaat

By M Mirza • Apr 21st, 2010 • Category: Features

Shaid Yeah Sub Jhoot Hai

By M Mirza • Apr 18th, 2010 • Category: Features