Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby anupmisra » 25 Jul 2013 21:41

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Glorious victory for PTI. Now Pakis do not have to acknowledge that cooum ki beti is a terrorist. Only surprise to me is why anybody here thought the original story could be genuine.


This just in....

Bringing back Deen-ki-Beti, Hum sab ki beti...the paki goberment's response.

the report suggests that extradition of Dr Afiqa can only be done within the ambit of US laws. The report does not include any suggestion of swapping Dr Afia with either the CIA facilitator, Dr Shakil Afridi, or some high profile Taliban prisoner.
Soon after assuming office Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan ordered senior officials to prepare the report in the light of applicable international conventions. He also held a meeting with Dr Afia’s sister, Dr Fauzia Siddiqui, to show solidarity.
Interior Ministry spokesman Umer Hameed confimed the recommendations were ready for the federal cabinet’s consideration and approval.


Boy, that was fast even for a third world dictatorship. So, here's my take on this ever evolving situation. The tellibunnies and al-keeda have made this quack their rallying cry ever since she took a swing at the soldiers like a kendostix sistah. Now the new honorable minister has taken up this cause-de-jour and ordered his staff to review international conventions and prepare a report with recommendations on how to bring home the national heroine. Therefore, it is now safe to conclude from this despicable act that the paki goberment either takes orders from the "bunnies and keedas" or is lookinbg to please them or both. Hey, who is say that the PMLN, bunnies and keedas are not one and the same, huh? Bravo, pakis!

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Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby Peregrine » 25 Jul 2013 23:15

Previews of Frydin on Friday Eve!

1. Two dead in Gujranwala train derailment

GUJRANWALA: At least two people were killed and several others injured when four bogies of a train derailed here on Thursday, Geo News reported.


2. Levies man among four gunned down in Khuzdar

QUETTA: Gunmen killed four people, including a Levies constable, in the Khuzdar district of Balochistan on Thursday.


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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby Rony » 26 Jul 2013 01:26

No need to listen everything . Salim Bhokari with Shamshad ahmed, mubashir lucman and some other jihadi. Its the same old 'India is behind all terrorism in Pakistan. India is behind all terrorism in India". But listen just to this - from 35.30 to 37.05. :rotfl:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfjLC8YNNcA

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Postby ramana » 26 Jul 2013 02:06

Rony, Thats is two years ago. I think its retaliation for 10%'s bodyguard being killed in Karachi..

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby Anujan » 26 Jul 2013 02:18

Also the fact that among all provinces Sindh was the harshest against LeJ.

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Postby Peregrine » 26 Jul 2013 02:34

Pakistan in talks to import natural gas from India

NEW DELHI : According to media reports India is in talks to export natural gas to Pakistan through a pipeline from Punjab to help the country overcome crippling energy shortage.

Indian State gas utility GAIL has proposed to lay a 110-km pipeline from Jalandhar to Wagah border via Amritsar to supply natural gas to Pakistan, company Chairman and Managing Director B C Tripathi told media here.

According to details the gas in its liquid form (liquefied natural gas or LNG) will be imported at ports in Gujarat and moved through GAIL's existing pipeline network to as far as Jalandhar. It will then be moved through the proposed line.

"Pakistan has showed interest in buying LNG from us to meet its energy demands. The export is techno-commercially feasible. We can do that subject to Government of India approval and reaching a commercial agreement", Indian media quoted the GAIL chief as saying.

He said, "Initially, Pakistan wants to take 1-1.5 million tonnes of LNG. "Pricing and other commercial negotiations are going on." However, Tripathi did not give any specifics.

LNG imports into India are currently in the range of USD 13-14 per million British thermal unit and after including customs or import duty, pipeline transportation charges and local taxes, the delivered price will be close to $21.

Pakistan, which does not have an LNG import facility at present, is willing to buy LNG from the company provided India exempts it from taxes to bring down the cost.

Tripathi further added that pipeline exports to Pakistan were viable and should be looked at in the context of India looking at importing gas through a cross-country Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India pipeline.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby Anujan » 26 Jul 2013 03:07

India should also exempt profits from LNG exports so that Pakistan can benefit.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby Ashok Sarraff » 26 Jul 2013 05:24

Anujan wrote:India should also exempt profits from LNG exports so that Pakistan can benefit.


Kufar, you have to travel an extra mile and exempt the cost also.


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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby Virupaksha » 26 Jul 2013 08:05

Ashok Sarraff wrote:
Anujan wrote:India should also exempt profits from LNG exports so that Pakistan can benefit.


Kufar, you have to travel an extra mile and exempt the cost also.

Kufr, what about the extra jiziya for accepting the export?

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby rajanb » 26 Jul 2013 18:39

Received by Email:

Lack of beard



Nomination papers for Mamnoon Hussain, the presidential candidate for the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, were accepted by the Election Commission of Pakistan on Friday, despite objections from other presidential candidates (ET). One in particular, Zahoor Hussain, said Hussain was over the required retirement age of 65 and that [b]"according to Islamic practices [he] should have a beard." It is unclear what party Zahoor is connected to, but the current president, Asif Ali Zardari, lacks a beard as well so it's clearly not a prerequisite for the job. [/b]

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby SSridhar » 26 Jul 2013 19:04

rajanb wrote:Lack of beard
Nomination papers for Mamnoon Hussain, the presidential candidate for the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, were accepted by the Election Commission of Pakistan on Friday, despite objections from other presidential candidates (ET). One in particular, Zahoor Hussain, said Hussain was over the required retirement age of 65 and that [b]"according to Islamic practices [he] should have a beard." It is unclear what party Zahoor is connected to, but the current president, Asif Ali Zardari, lacks a beard as well so it's clearly not a prerequisite for the job.

The Pakistani constitution says,

A person shall not be qualified to be elected or chosen as a member of Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament) unless :-
(d) he is of good character and is not commonly known as one who violates Islamic Injunctions;
(e) he has adequate knowledge of Islamic teachings and practises obligatory duties prescribed by Islam as well as abstains from major sins ;
(f) he is sagacious, righteous and non-profligate and honest and ameen;


The bolded portions above are amenable to various interpretations. Growing an unkempt beard could be considered one of them.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby member_26255 » 26 Jul 2013 20:06

Twin explosions in main Parachinar market kill 39

http://dawn.com/news/1032060/twin-explo ... et-kill-10

PESHAWAR: Twin explosions in the Kurram tribal region's main Parachinar bazaar has killed at least 20 people and injured more than 70 others on Friday, officals said. Three of the injured are said to be in critical condition.

The first blast occurred in the Main Parachinar Bazaar in Kurram Agency and was planted on a motorbike. The second blast occurred on the main School road, confirmed political adminsistration officials.

Earlier in another incident, two persons were killed and six others were injured when an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) hit a pick-up van on Kurram tribal region's Sherko road on Friday......


No respite from IED Mubarak in Ramzan as well :mrgreen:
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Postby member_26255 » 26 Jul 2013 21:49

ArmenT wrote:^^^
BBC is reporting 23 dead.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-23470630


Sir jee, yawn reporting 39. I have updated the count. 8)

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby Peregrine » 27 Jul 2013 01:10

By the Grace of the All Magnanimous, Merciful and Munificent :

Multiple blasts in Parachinar kill 41, injure 122

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby member_22872 » 27 Jul 2013 01:43

^^^ couple of days back they were advising Syria to take care of their Shia Citizen :). These pakis are really funny people. Imagine this scene, a tightly packed bazaar with our birathers buying and selling goats, then a bum vispot, lot of mayhem, but our brave birathers, dust off their butts and head off to their nearest mosque and give a fiery speech to take care of shia in Syria, Isreal, India, etc....then they want to compare themselves to India in space technology etc.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby Prem » 27 Jul 2013 01:50

Peregrine wrote:By the Grace of the All Magnanimous, Merciful and Munificent :

Multiple blasts in Parachinar kill 41, injure 122

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122+41=163. Now using Paki Shauch Sutra Add 1( first number) to 6 and deduct the same number from third digit 3. This takes us to 6+1=7 and 3-1=2.
Put them together side by side like Shia and Sunni beerathers , it provides the heavnely clue pointing to 72. Thus this qital is halal in holy month of RamaYajan.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby anupmisra » 27 Jul 2013 01:52

Link to western newspaper articles during and after the 1971 conflict detailing paki atrocities and their lack of honor. 1971 archives.

Can we save these articles? Lest we forget.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby anupmisra » 27 Jul 2013 02:08

Pakis are a sick and perverse society. Nation of molesters

The father of taboos

They tell me about their school teachers and Quran teachers, uncles and neighbours, aunts and strangers, who molested or tried to abuse them. They tell me of the rampant molestation in crowded places and in the queues for paying utility bills.
A majority of survivors turn into child abusers.
Women, without much fuss, write ‘yes’ in 95 per cent cases.
Of the rest, around 80 per cent answer in ‘yes’.
it is safe to deduce that almost all women and a vast majority of men – rural and urban, rich and poor, illiterate and university graduates – have been molested, if not violently abused as children or young adults. We are a nation of parents who have been child molesters, or the molested child, or both.


Sick! Pathetic! And, they were one of us once up on a time.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby Prem » 27 Jul 2013 02:13

PoaqKhwab

Paupper Play

Colombo has authorized the Atomic Energy Authority of Sri Lanka to conduct a pre-feasibility study of using nuclear energy for power generation, Sri Lankan Minister of Power and Energy Patali Champika Ranawake said in a statement at the 54th General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
As the south Asian island nation begins to materialize this statement, it seems to be considering making a nuclear pact with Pakistan rather than India. The Indian media harshly criticized this development, but ignored the reasons why Colombo was compelled to lean towards Pakistan.
For instance, a nuclear threat from India is an issue that has often been discussed in Sri Lanka. Sri Lankan scientists from the Ministry of Power and Energy have exposed the threat posed by the two nuclear installations in South India - Kalpakkam and Kudankulam. Sri Lanka will do what is best for Sri Lanka
An Indian court recently allowed the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project in coastal Tamil Nadu to start power generation in August. There are also reports that India has installed an Agni type missile system targeting Sri Lanka's strategic institutions, including Colombo and Hambanthota Ports, Ratmalana and Mattala Air Ports, Military Headquarters, Putlam Coal Plant and Kerawalapitiya-Kelanithissa oil fired power plants. As these threats perceptions accumulate in Sri Lankan strategic thinking, the tilt towards Pakistan for securing peaceful nuclear energy is not surprising. Colombo and New Delhi have had contentious relations since the early 1980s when the late Indira Gandhi facilitated Sri Lankan ethnic separatists by funding, training and arming them. Underpinning Sri Lanka's apprehensions are of course political gripes stemming from India's domestic power play that resulted in India voting against the island at the controversial United Nations Human Rights Council session that was held in March 2012. Since then, Colombo has decided to look for other allies in the region. The Indian media is creating a perception that Pakistan-Sri Lanka relations are a recent phenomenon. But Sri Lanka began defence procurements from Pakistan on a large scale way back in 1999. India was reluctant to sign a Defence Cooperation Agreement with Sri Lanka and hesitant to supply it with the kind of weapons it was looking for, which made Colombo turn to Pakistan.Pakistan also supplied high-tech weapons that helped stop the progress of the Tamil separatist forces in Sri Lanka. Soon after their defeat, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Hussein A Bhaila said: "The government and the people of Sri Lanka have considered Pakistan as a true friend, which has always stood by it in times of need."India believes that Sri Lanka is trying to get hold of nuclear technology from Pakistan to make weapons. But that is far-fetched. Pakistan might not want to cooperate at a level that includes nuclear reactors, because of the possibility of diversion and subsequently the possible military nuclear programs. The cooperation is probably going to be in benign areas like regulations, medicine and agriculture. Like Pakistan, Sri Lanka too is facing a relentless power crisis and the introduction of a nuclear energy is a viable solution. The bottom line is that just as India does what is best for India, Sri Lanka will do what is best for Sri Lanka. Whether that involves nuclear cooperation with Pakistan, China, Russia or Mozambique, that is Sri Lanka's business


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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

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122+50=(1) 72. Allah is all knowing. For sure these are signs for wise men to follow and fear IED.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby Prem » 27 Jul 2013 04:56

Calling it a day: Canadian oil and gas firm decides to quit Pakistan

No More Canadian Visa

MALSIABAD; Canadian oil and gas exploration firm Niko Resources (Pakistan) Limited (NRPL) has decided to pack up and quit Pakistan apparently because of low wellhead gas prices that make it difficult to sustain operations.NRPL, a subsidiary of Canada’s Niko Resources Limited, was exploring hydrocarbons in four offshore blocks in Indus namely Indus-X, Indus-Y, Indus-Z and Indus North. The company has collected 2,000 square kilometres of 3-D seismic data in these blocks.“Now, Niko Resources has served a notice, announcing its decision to quit these four blocks and wind up the company in Pakistan,” an official said.Niko is a Calgary-based independent international oil and gas company with operations in India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Kurdistan, Trinidad, Madagascar and Pakistan.It is one of the fastest growing companies in the industry with market capitalisation of over $5 billion in the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol NKO. The government of Pakistan had awarded the four blocks to Niko in March 2008 for offshore drilling.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby Prem » 27 Jul 2013 05:13

Angry Hassan Nisar on Anti-India Pakistan
Most of Bhand, Mirasi, Bhangi became Paki and called themselves Syed, Mirza etc.


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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby ramana » 27 Jul 2013 05:16

Jhujar, Those poor fellows had to reinvent themselves to escape the Ashraf buri nazar.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby r_subramanian » 27 Jul 2013 06:33

Pakistan's cultural capital is catching up with the commercial capital.

Extortionists gaining foothold in Lahore

After Karachi, Lahore is on the verge of becoming a safe haven for extortionists, Pakistan Today learned on Wednesday. Criminals, posing to be members of the banned terrorist outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), demand money from traders and other affluent people. The citizens are forced to provide money via ‘Easy Paisa’.

According to police sources, some time ago the TTP terrorists killed three people in the city for not providing extortion money. This scared the affluent people and they started taking such calls seriously. Local criminals also followed in the footsteps of the Taliban and started making threatening calls to traders forcing them to provide money or else their children would be killed.
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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

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http://www.dawn.com/news/1032090/pakistan-calls-for-morsis-release-urges-return-to-democracy-in-egypt

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Friday called for the immediate release of deposed Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi and urged the restoration of democratic institutions in Egypt.

“Pakistan urges all sides in Egypt to address the legal and constitutional issues in an inclusive and peaceful manner to enable the country to successfully restore the democratic institutions as early as possible,” Foreign Office spokesman Aizaz Chaudhry said in a press statement issued Friday.

“We also call for the immediate release of Mr. Mohammad Morsi,” said the foreign office.

Pakistan’s most recent statement is a departure from its earlier stance on the overthrow of the Morsi government. Previous statements has emphasised upholding the values of democracy and aspirations of the Egyptian people.

Acknowledging the ‘January 2011 revolution’ in Egypt that ousted former dictator Hosni Mubarak, the foreign office said the recent loss of innocent lives was a “major setback for Egypt’s return to democracy.”


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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

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Oh, but the dead are only Shi'a, you know, in the Sunni Wahhabi Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby RCase » 27 Jul 2013 08:54

Isn't it high time the Shia's asked for a separate country since their religious, cultural practices, role models etc. etc. are very different from the Sunnis. It is but self evident that by all standards of reason they are a separate people, deserving of their own country - Shiastan to be carved out of Shitistan. Shouldn't Jinnah's logic be used?

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Muslim Brotherhood, US, and Pakistan

Postby SSridhar » 27 Jul 2013 11:02

partha wrote:Pakistan Calls for Morsi's release

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Friday called for the immediate release of deposed Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi and urged the restoration of democratic institutions in Egypt.[


I was surprised by the earlier Pakistan stance of supporting Morsi's ouster. Probably, Pakistan was playing some game with the US to gain some benefits. Now that, it has fallen into place with the US line, we can guess that some deal has been struck (Diamar-Basha, trade preferences, access to more IMF funds, US leaning on India, a nuclear deal - take your pick). Anyway, Pakistan and Muslim Brotherhood go a long way back and with a closet jihadi Islamist as the incumbent PM, the latest reversal of stand is not surprising.

In c. 1948, the expelled Muslim Brotherhood leader from Egypt, Said Ramadan (d. 1995), came to Pakistan where he was received warmly. Ramadan was no ordinary man. He was one of the instruments of the CIA in its anti-communist operations. In c. 1953 he met US Pres. Eisnhower in the White House. He was part of a group of Islamist leaders from the Middle East who somehow 'happened' to be in the US at the same time. Later, this group met at Princeton to formulate a 'Renaissance Movement within Islam itself". One can clearly see that the US policy of using 'political Islam' gos a long way back. Not for nothing, all Islamist jihadists of today have come from Muslim Brotherhood, whether in Pakistan or Egypt itself (Islamic Jihad to which Zawahiri belonged. The relationship between Islamic Jihad and MB is like that between LeT and Jamaat-ud-Dawah, JuD in Pakistan. There are other similar groups in Egypt) or Al Qaeda itself (the mentor of Osama bin laden was Abdullah Azzam, an MB member. He also mentored LeT's Hafiz Saeed and the two ran together 'Maktab al Khidmat' in Peshawar to cater to 'Arab Afghan mujahideen') or Hizb-ut-Tahrir (whose parent organization was Islamic Liberation Party in Palestine/Jordan). MB was also said to have mentored Ayatollah Khomeini. Certainly, Said Ramadan had a deep personal relationship with the Ayatollah. Of course, MB was the hand maiden of the US and British interests in weakening Col. Nasser in Egypt. It is also no wonder that 9/11 had connections with Germany because Said Ramadan was given asylum in West Germany after MB was banned following assassination attempts on Nasser. The US, now in a grand alliance with the King of Saudi Arabia, allowed the fleeing MB fellows to settle down in that country.

Said Ramadan, who was also the son-in-law of Muslim Brotherhood founder Mohammed al Banna, stayed in Pakistan for a year. It was Said Ramadan who helped Maulana Abu ala al Mawdudi to set up the radical IJT student wing of his Jama’at-e-Islami. He also helped the convening of the Motamar (Motamar Al- Alam Al-Islami) conference in Karachi in c. 1951. The Motamar, or World Muslim Congress, was the only pan-Islamist world body. In c. 1962, Said Ramadan set up the Muslim World League to spread wahhabism.

In 1960, a diplomatic row erupted between Egypt and Pakistan upon the visit of a prominent Muslim Brotherhood ideologue visiting the Jama’at-e-Islami’s headquarters in Lahore on a mission to integrate extremism into mainstream national politics. By early 80s, Sheikh Abdullah Azzam, a Muslim Brotherhood activist of Palestenian origin and the mentor of Osama Bin Laden from his Jeddah days, had established his presence in Peshawar. Initially, Azzam was appointed a lecturer at the International Islamic University in Islamabad, which is today a hot-bed for jihadi terror. Mullah Krekar (Faraj Ahmed Najmuddin), the Iraqi Kurd linked with Al-Qaeda was also Sheikh Azzam’s student in Pakistan.

The links between Pakistan and the MB are therefore deep and flourishing.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby harbans » 27 Jul 2013 12:37

Shouldn't Jinnah's logic be used?


That logic applied to Kashmir would have left Shitistan with a 30 x 70 km wide area at the max. Jammu, Ladhak, Leh which are HIndu/ Buddhist majority areas comprise some almost 70 percent land area of J&K. The rest almost 30% is Shia dominated includes many regions of POK.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

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7 Killed in Attack on Coast Guard Check Post near Gwadar - DAWN
A pre-dawn attack on a Coast Guards check post left seven personnel dead and seven others injured near Balochistan’s port city of Gwadar.

Armed militants attacked the check post situated in the Pakistan-Iran border area of Sanstar on Saturday and fled into nearby mountains immediately afterwards.


Home Secretary Balochistan Akbar Hussain Durrani confirmed the incident, adding that the militants attacked the check post with heavy weapons, including rockets.

Furthermore, the provincial home secretary said that although no group had claimed responsibility, it was believed that Baloch insurgents operating in the area had perpetrated the attack.

The injured personnel were shifted to Gwadar for medical treatment, where, according to the hospitals sources, three of the injured were in a serious condition.

A contingent of law enforcement personnel was dispatched to the area to launch a search operation but no arrests were made until the filing of this report.

A year ago, militants had killed more than 10 Coast Guards personnel in a similar attack near Gwadar.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby Peregrine » 27 Jul 2013 13:44

Jhujar wrote:Angry Hassan Nisar on Anti-India Pakistan
Most of Bhand, Mirasi, Bhangi became Paki and called themselves Ansaris, Mirza, Syeds etc.



Proof of Hassan Nisar's statement regarding Muslim Names adopted by Lower Caste Converts i.e. Ansaris, Mirzas, Syeds etc.

Pakistan president hopeful Mamnoon is of Agra's Nai Ki Mandi Origin

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby partha » 27 Jul 2013 13:46

Kerry continues to make Pakis bakra. Hasn't visited even once till now. To add insult to injury, he visited India but gave Pakistan a slip.

http://www.dawn.com/news/1032154/kerry-visit-picture-unclear-even-after-pms-intervention


ISLAMABAD, July 26: Finalisation of dates for US Secretary of State John Kerry’s trip to Pakistan took a bizarre twist on Friday after Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif personally got involved with the scheduling of the visit.

The Prime Minister’s Office, after Mr Sharif’s meeting with US Ambassador Richard Olson, first issued a statement saying Mr Kerry was expected in ‘next two days’. Hours later, the handout was amended and the revised one said the secretary would visit in `a few days time’.

Mr Kerry, who postponed his June trip to Islamabad, had promised to visit in the last week of July to meet the newly-elected leadership for chalking the way forward in bilateral ties.

With the month’s last week only two days away, the two sides are yet to come up with a final date for the visit.

What’s exactly holding them up? One well-known reason is that Mr Kerry intends to visit Islamabad sometime in first week of August, but that does not suit Mr Sharif, who is planning to be in Saudi Arabia in those dates.

Mr Sharif had got the presidential poll, originally slated for Aug 6, rescheduled by approaching the Supreme Court because that date conflicted with his travel to Saudi Arabia. The change led to boycott of presidential election by opposition parties led by PPP. The boycott could have potentially cost the election its credibility had the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf, the other major opposition party, not agreed to remaining in the contest.

Another angle emerged from the PM Office statement which said: “The Ambassador (Olson) shared with the Prime Minister (Sharif) US priorities relating to the visit.” A Foreign Office source disclosed that the schedule of Mr Kerry’s visit would be announced after a meeting of the foreign ministry’s top brass on Saturday, which would discuss the agenda shared by the US envoy.

This has led to speculations that the issues to be raised during Mr Kerry’s visit may be another cause of delay in finalising the schedule.

Prime Minister Sharif, the statement said, affirmed to the ambassador his commitment to a strong and cooperative relationship with the US.

He also reiterated Pakistan’s full commitment to all initiatives designed to promote peace and stability in Afghanistan.

Our Washington Corres pondent adds: The US State Department also is refusing to clear the ambiguity concerning visits to Pakistan by senior officials, although it did say that Secretary Kerry was still looking forward to his visit.

At the State Department’s regular press briefing, deputy spokesperson Marie Harf was pointedly asked if the secretary was planning to visit Islamabad on the 29th or 30th of this month.

“We’ve said repeatedly that the secretary looks forward to travelling to Pakistan when he can spend some time there discussing a wide range of issues, but I have no travel to announce at this point,” she said.

Asked if US Special Representative James Dobbins planned to visit Islamabad this weekend, Ms Harf said she had no “travel to announce for Ambassador Dobbins” either.

Mr Dobbins was expected to be in Islamabad over the weekend to discuss the revival of Afghan peace process and efforts for normalisation of Pak-Afghan ties. But so far, Islamabad did not know if he was coming as scheduled.

When he arrives, Ambassador Dobbins will also finalise the agenda for Mr Kerry’s visit.


Pakis could have at least waited till Kerry visit's confirmation before spreading false news about US support to Daimer Bhasha dam, no?

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby Peregrine » 27 Jul 2013 13:48



SSridhar Ji :

This should give the Chinese many a "Thought" about the Development of Gwadar!

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby partha » 27 Jul 2013 13:58

It is as if that attack was done to warn Chinese!

http://tribune.com.pk/story/582662/power-generation-punjab-government-china-to-invest-in-balochistan/

LAHORE: The government of Punjab has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with China Power International (CPI) Holding Limited, a private company, to generate 2,400 megawatt (MW) electricity in Pakistan within the next two to three years.

Speaking to the media, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif said that the MoU was pure investment through which two partners will establish four coal-fired power plants. The plants, which will be set up in the Gadani area of Lasbela district, will produce 600MW each.

Sharif said that coal will be imported to Gadani and the 2,400MW will be shifted to the National Grid Station to distribute power across the country.{across Punjab} He said that the MoU was signed within 25 days after he along with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had called on the management of CPI during their China visit.

The Punjab chief minister said that the first plants producing 1,200MW will be finalised in two years and the next two in 48 months.

Sharif did not disclose how much was being invested by Punjab and CPI Holding, but said that his government had a “little share”.

When asked if the Balochistan government had been taken on board for the project, the Punjab chief minister replied in the affirmative and said that the people of the province should be happy as China and the Punjab government were making a big investment in Balochistan. He also said that all issues related to the project will be dealt with according to the constitution.

Balochistan is considered to be unsafe for Chinese engineers. The area of Gadani is roughly one hour drive from Karachi and has a Baloch population of roughly 20,000 people.


Once again the Pakjabis are exploiting Balochistan.


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