Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

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

Postby RCase » 03 Jul 2013 14:32

I don't know what Pakis would say of their muslim girl Veena Malik 'doing' Thailand (that was the headline in the ET article :rotfl:)

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

Postby Baikul » 03 Jul 2013 14:42

RCase wrote:I don't know what Pakis would say of their muslim girl Veena Malik 'doing' Thailand (that was the headline in the ET article :rotfl:)


While Muslim girl Veena Malik is doing Thailand, Pakistans are thinking of doing her girlish Muslim Thais.

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

Postby Gus » 03 Jul 2013 15:57

from yawn link above

its four years since any intl match was conducted in baagistan

to use the american campaign slogan.

four more years. four more years..

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

Postby Yogi_G » 03 Jul 2013 16:04



You have to give the credit to the Pakis on the 2 things that they somehow bring into the picture even in a gloom and doom reporting.

1. If reporting strategic or economic gloom and doom the "fear of Pakistani nuclear weapons program which is fastest growing in the world" has to be brought up. At times "South Korea stole our economic model from us onleee :(( " also comes up, very selective.
2. If reporting cricket doom and gloom then it has to be "India has no genuine fast bowlers onleee :lol: ". I have also heard many Indians also say the same in spite of Srinath, Sreesanth, Ishanth, Aaron, Yadav etc.

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

Postby anupmisra » 03 Jul 2013 16:21

Anujan wrote:The $6b loan from IMF is like the debt rescheduling ....


This annual debt rescheduling exercise for the pakis is like rearranging the deck chairs (to get a better view of the iceberg) on the Titanic.

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

Postby SSridhar » 03 Jul 2013 16:42

Drone attack kills 17 in North Waziristan - ToI
A US drone strike killed at least 17 people in Pakistan's restive border region early on Wednesday, Pakistani security officials said, in the biggest such attack this year, and the second since Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif took office.

Most of those killed were fighters for the Haqqani network, according to three Taliban commanders and security officials.

Two missiles hit a house near the main market in Miranshah, the provincial capital of the tribal region of North Waziristan. The region is considered a Taliban stronghold.

Many were wounded in the attack, local tribesman Kaleemullah Dawar said, but rescuers delayed for fear of falling victim to a second attack, a common tactic with drone strikes.

"It was not possible for the people to start rescue work for some time, as the drones were still flying over the area," Dawar said.


This is a big strike. It appears to me that the PA is protecting the Haqqanis themselves at the cost of the Haqqani foot soldiers.

Should be interesting to see reactions from I'm the Dimmest and NS.

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Postby Peregrine » 03 Jul 2013 19:56

Part of the plan : TTP says govt has no real powers to end bloodshed

ISLAMABAD : Pakistani Taliban said on Wednesday that its militants have increased attacks on security forces to avenge the killing of the group’s deputy chief, Wali-ur-Rehman Mehsud.


A day after the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) confirmed Mehsud’s death, its spokesperson Ehsanullah Ehsan, announced that TTP will take revenge, claiming that the Pakistani authorities were sharing information with the US to facilitate drone strikes.

Ehsan also withdrew TTP’s offer to hold dialogues with the new government


“We will keep on targeting the security forces during the revenge attacks,” he said.

“The political government has yet to demonstrate its power and to take bold and independent decisions,” the TTP spokesperson said.

Ehsan claimed that the new government has no power to take decisions which could end the bloodshed.

“How can we talk to the government if it does not exercise powers and the security establishment is still powerful and takes decision,” he alleged.


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Bottom of the pits!

Postby Rajagopal » 03 Jul 2013 20:01

This has to be the most sickening and revolting act that can be committed on another human being. Pakistan has finally found the rock-bottom. :( :cry:

http://tribune.com.pk/story/571870/girl ... pe-police/

Rajagopal.

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

Postby arun » 03 Jul 2013 20:08

Peregrine wrote:AHEAD, AHEAD WATCHING – HAPPENING IS WHAT!

PML-N govt diverts IP pipeline funds to cover fiscal deficit needed to finance the construction of the IP gas pipeline. ..............{Snipped}..................


Funds set aside for the Iran-Pakistan Gas Pipeline is not the only piggy bank being sequestered by the Government of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. There seems to be a similar grab of funds set aside by private companies operating in the Islamic Republic's Telecom industry:

Universal Services Fund: Rs60b pooled from telecom firms put in federal account

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Re: Bottom of the pits!

Postby Yogi_G » 03 Jul 2013 20:15

Rajagopal wrote:This has to be the most sickening and revolting act that can be committed on another human being. Pakistan has finally found the rock-bottom. :( :cry:

http://tribune.com.pk/story/571870/girl ... pe-police/

Rajagopal.


it got even worse than this, some time back I had read of some men in Pakistan removing bodies from graves and eating the flesh.

If at all the worst side of human excesses need to be seen, it is Pakistan.

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Re: Bottom of the pits!

Postby anupmisra » 03 Jul 2013 22:33

Yogi_G wrote:it got even worse than this, some time back I had read of some men in Pakistan removing bodies from fresh graves and eating the flesh after cooking it.


There! Corrected the above.

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

Postby member_22872 » 03 Jul 2013 22:37

The police suspected that the body was taken out from the grave with the intention of rape.


I apologize for being insensitive, but rape is against a person's will, when a person is dead, how can the person agree or deny to participate in any act?, I find the above statement odd.
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Re: Bottom of the pits!

Postby Prem » 03 Jul 2013 22:38

Rajagopal wrote:This has to be the most sickening and revolting act that can be committed on another human being. Pakistan has finally found the rock-bottom. :( :cry:
http://tribune.com.pk/story/571870/girl ... /Rajagopal.


So what, Biggest Sin in the eys of Poaqallah is Shirk. The culprit is still eligible for Paki Paradisial Pindliyoon Ka Gudda Prize.

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

Postby Anujan » 03 Jul 2013 22:39

The assumption is that the answer is a no unless it is an explicit yes. Is having sex with unconscious // drugged // people in coma qualify as rape? They didn't say no ....

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

Postby member_22872 » 03 Jul 2013 22:41

Thats makes sense...agreed.

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

Postby ramana » 03 Jul 2013 22:48

Its classified as mental disease.

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

Postby Peregrine » 03 Jul 2013 23:12

High-profile expulsion : Declan Walsh declared persona non grata

LAHORE : Declan Walsh, The New York Times Pakistan bureau chief, has officially been placed in category A of the Black List (BL), with the government declaring him persona non grata, documents available with The Express Tribune reveal.


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

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Peregrine wrote:High-profile expulsion : Declan Walsh declared persona non grata
LAHORE : Declan Walsh, The New York Times Pakistan bureau chief, has officially been placed in category A of the Black List (BL), with the government declaring him persona non grata, documents available with The Express Tribune reveal.



Pakis also kicked out two Indian journalists recently. Any connection?

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

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anupmisra wrote:High-profile expulsion : Declan Walsh declared persona non grata
LAHORE : Declan Walsh, The New York Times Pakistan bureau chief, has officially been placed in category A of the Black List (BL), with the government declaring him persona non grata, documents available with The Express Tribune reveal.


Pakis also kicked out two Indian journalists recently. Any connection?


anupmisra Ji :

Pakistan says Indian scribe overstayed

By IANS,

New Delhi : The Pakistan High Commission Wednesday said there was no change in its media policy towards India and termed as "very unfortunate" and "a total falsehood" allegations that the long-serving scribe of an Indian news agency was being "thrown out" of Islamabad. Indian officials said Pakistani authorities have been "dilly-dallying" over clearing visas for Indian journalists.

Manzoor Ali Memon, the press attaché to the Pakistan High Commission, said the Press Trust of India (PTI) correspondent Rezaul Laskar had been in Islamabad from September 2007, and was allowed to stay in their country for "five years and nine months", which was much beyond the two-three years' term allowed to journalists.

Asked if there was a change in the media policy of Pakistan towards India, Memon said "there was nothing like that".

India and Pakistan have a protocol to allow two correspondents from each other's countries to stay and report. From India it is the Press Trust of India and the Hindu, while from Pakistan it is the Associated Press of Pakistan and Radio Pakistan. However, no Pakistan correspondent has been posted in India since 2010 due to "selection procedures", said Memon.

Asked why the replacements for the PTI and Hindu have not yet been cleared, Memon said it is "under process and would be cleared soon".

Memon said they had shown "every courtesy" to the PTI's Islamabad correspondent and even allowed him to stay on despite his visa having expired on March 15.

"We have extended to him all the courtesies and every cooperation, even treating as authorized the unauthorized period of his stay from March 15, 2013 onwards.. But, it is very unfortunate that he is creating an impression that he is being thrown out and indulging in Pakistan bashing," Memon told IANS.

Memon said the correspondent was also allowed to cover the Pakistan elections in May though he did not have a valid visa.

He termed as "rubbish and an untruth" allegations that he was told to leave in haste. "We can challenge every allegation."

The Pakistani official voiced unhappiness over the tweets posted by the correspondent suggesting that he is being thrown out.

"PTI had informed the Pakistan authorities over a year ago that they would be sending a replacement. His visa has not yet been cleared, nor has the Hindu correspondent got clearance. We don't know why it is taking so long," said an Indian official.

PTI General Manager (Administration) Shakeel Ahmed told IANS that they had informed the Pakistan High Commission that they want to replace their Islamabad correspondent and been informed that "it is being processed".

Hindu correspondent Anita Joshua, who has returned to India, told IANS that while she was in Pakistan she had applied for an extension of her visa which was to expire in March. "But I was told in May that I am not being given an extension, so I returned."

Comments : Case of Procedural Delays!

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

Postby Vikas » 04 Jul 2013 01:04

Anujan wrote:The assumption is that the answer is a no unless it is an explicit yes. Is having sex with unconscious // drugged // people in coma qualify as rape? They didn't say no ....


It is rape only if 4 pious Mohammadean men are witness to it, otherwise she should be subjected to death by stoning.

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

Postby KLNMurthy » 04 Jul 2013 02:28

venug wrote:
The police suspected that the body was taken out from the grave with the intention of rape.


I apologize for being insensitive, but rape is against a person's will, when a person is dead, how can the person agree or deny to participate in any act?, I find the above statement odd.

Not at all. In Bakistan a woman has the same ability to express her will whether alive or dead, so it is indeed "rape" when a woman's corpse is involved.

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

Postby MurthyB » 04 Jul 2013 02:45

Yogi_G wrote:2. If reporting cricket doom and gloom then it has to be "India has no genuine fast bowlers onleee :lol: ". I have also heard many Indians also say the same in spite of Srinath, Sreesanth, Ishanth, Aaron, Yadav etc.


Usually, the question is asked why India produces so many world class batsmen, and why Pakistan so many world class fast bowlers. There was an article in Cricinfo last month that asked precisely that:

http://www.espncricinfo.com/magazine/content/story/641893.html

It's a good question.

Batting is all about BUILDING a partnership, DEFENDING a wicket, ACCUMULATING runs. If a batsman scores a century, he merely raises his bat in a dignified manner, and maybe bumps his fist with his partner. He can be out any ball, at which point he will curse himself for getting out.

Fast bowling is all about DESTROYING the batsman's wicket, INTIMIDATING him with body-line bowling and slanging, and TERRORIZING him with the threat of bodily harm with the occasional beamer. If the bowler takes a wicket, he celebrates as if he's just won the lottery, even though he may have been hit for dozens of fours earlier.

So it's a real puzzler why India has become better known for batting while Pakistan for fast bowling. I wonder what it could be. Both countries were the same 66 years ago. A real conundrum.

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

Postby anupmisra » 04 Jul 2013 03:41

MurthyB wrote:Usually, the question is asked why India produces so many world class batsmen, and why Pakistan so many world class fast bowlers. There was an article in Cricinfo last month that asked precisely that: http://www.espncricinfo.com/magazine/content/story/641893.html

.....A real conundrum.


Here's some food for thought for those pak-pasand dhimmis who resort to this equal - equal BS to kiss up to the pakis (cricinfo is full of these types). If the pakis have such super-duper world class bowlers that are above all, how come they haven't won all their games and demolished the opposite teams for paltry scores? Let down by their batsmen, some might say. Then, why have the opposing batsmen scored double and triple centuries against their world class bowlers? Remember Sehwag? And then, why do they need biased umpires? If they have world class bowlers, why do they have to resort to ball tampering and fix the results of the games they play? Its all a mind game the pakis play. If wishes were horses....

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

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Peregrine wrote:anupmisra Ji :

Pakistan says Indian scribe overstayed



Pakistan — no country for foreign journalists [ Two Indian Journalists kicked out of Pakistan]

After having lived in Islamabad for five and a half years, Rezaul Hasan Lashkar had to pack up and leave in just a little over two weeks. His sin - he was an Indian and a journalist reporting on Pakistan. And one hot day in the middle of June he was informed that his presence was no longer acceptable to someone, somewhere - through a phone call and a letter.
Anita Joshua of The Hindu - who was asked to leave shortly after the elections (but before the new government took charge) while New York Times' Declan Walsh was bundled out a day after May 11, his notice period even shorter than the Indians.
The story of these three proves that Pakistan is fast turning into not just one of the most dangerous countries for journalists but also one of the most inhospitable.

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

Postby RSoami » 04 Jul 2013 03:53

http://www.thenews.com.pk/article-10781 ... nt-attack-

Six meet their 72. 3 more to follow.

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

Postby SSridhar » 04 Jul 2013 04:34

Situation on border with Pak tense: Army - ToI
Firing, ceasefire violations and infiltration attempts from across the border have increased and the situation along the LoC is tense, the Army said on Wednesday. "The situation on the border (with Pakistan) is tense but under control," general officer commanding (GOC) 16 Corps, Lt Gen DS Hooda, told reporters here.

"Firing (from across the border) has increased in the past two to three months. Ceasefire violations have increased. The situation on the border is tense," he said. The GOC was replying to a volley of questions on the situation along LoC on the sidelines of a function to remember Brigadier Mohd Usman who attained martyrdom while defending the country during 1947-48 operations in Naoshera sector.

"Whatever you say on the ground is true. Infiltration attempts are going on. Two attempts — one in Keri (Rajouri) and another in Poonch have been foiled recently," Lt Gen Hooda said.

"Infiltrators are now attacking our security forces, targeting our posts more openly as they are desperate to infiltrate. "But in Kashmir, they are able to infiltrate because of heavy snowfall which damages the fencing erected for checking infiltration," he said. "Attack on security forces to inflict more and more casualties is the new strategy of infiltrators," the Army officer said.

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

Postby Prem » 04 Jul 2013 06:08

With Chinese assistance: ECNEC set to approve three nuclear power plants

http://tribune.com.pk/story/572141/with ... er-plants/

ISLAMBAD:
The highest project approval body is set to approve over Rs1.4 trillion worth of projects today (Thursday), including three nuclear power plants of 2,400 megawatts capacity which will be built in Karachi with Chinese assistance.In total, six projects will be considered by the Executive Committee of National Economic Council (Ecnec) for approval, according to Planning Commission officials. The body is headed by Finance Minister Ishaq Dar.All these projects have one thing in common – Chinese assistance – and are being approved at a time when Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is in China to deepen economic relations with the world’s second largest economy.
The body will also consider the Pakistan Remote Sensing Satellite (PRSS) project for approval, which will also be established with Chinese support. The estimated cost of this project is Rs19.7 billion, including a Rs15.8 billion foreign loan component. For the current year, Rs631 million has been allocated for the project.The satellite will be launched in 2015-16 and carry a high-resolution electro-optical payload with designed service life of five years, according to Suparco website.
Ecnec is expected to approve Karachi Coastal Power project, which is sponsored by the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC). The estimated cost of this 1,100MW nuclear power plant is Rs958.8 billion including Rs692 billion foreign loan.

This project will also be built with Chinese assistance. For the current year, the government has allocated Rs6 billion in the budget for land acquisition.Karachi Nuclear Power Plant-I (Kanupp-I) and Kanupp-II may also be considered for approval by Ecnec. To keep these projects secret, the government has not added them in the meeting’s agenda, sources said. Kanupp-II will have 1,000MW power generation capacity.The agreements for implementation of these two projects were signed during the tenure of the PPP government, but later on they were put on hold indefinitely, sources said.Ecnec is also taking up for approval the 969MW Neelum Jhelum Hydropower Project with revised cost estimates. Started with an estimated cost of Rs84 billion, the revised cost is now Rs274.9 billion, according to PC officials.China had stopped processing a $448 million loan for this project due to reservations about two other projects – Safe City Islamabad and a communications project. But with the change in government in Pakistan, chances of finalisation of the loan have brightened as premier Sharif is expected to take up this matter with the Chinese authorities during his ongoing trip, sources said.Ecnec will also consider for approval the Nandipur Power Plant of 425MW, which is another case of mismanagement by the last government. Against initial cost of Rs22 billion, the revised cost stands at Rs57.4 billion.The government has added demurrage charges worth Rs1.7 billion to the cost that Chinese contractors will claim from Pakistan.

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

Postby CRamS » 04 Jul 2013 06:28

Guys, I am not twitter pasand, but I heard the white Moghul was on a twitter chat today about his trash essay that Brookings was peddling. Can anybody post some juicy tit bits. Hope some patriotic thoughtful BR type Indians have him hell, but I am sure the sickular punks were swooning all over him in praise

WHAT: Twitter chat with historian William Dalrymple
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HOW: Follow @DalrympleWill and use the hashtag #DeadlyTriangle

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

Postby SSridhar » 04 Jul 2013 07:10


So, three more Chinese nuclear plants, Karachi Coastal, Kanupp-I & Kanupp-II. There is some nomenclature confusion. I thought Kanupp-I has been in operation for a long time (CANDU reactor) and Kanupp-II was already under construction. So, why do they appear as new projects ?

If they are different, certainly Karachi Coastal is a new one, are these also 'grandfathered' by China like Chashma -III and IV ?

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

Postby krishnan » 04 Jul 2013 10:00

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/worl ... ttarget=no

LAHORE: In a shocking incident, unidentified men allegedly sexually assaulted a girl's dead body, digging it out from a grave, hours after her burial in Gujranwala district of Pakistan's Punjab province.

Police said the girl, a grade-VI student, was electrocuted while taking a bath in her house in Qila Dedar Singh on Tuesday and she was subsequently buried at a graveyard in Gujranwala district, about 80 kilometres from here, later in the evening.

Early this morning when the members of the girl's family went to the graveyard to offer fateha (prayer) they found her body lying near the grave.

They held a demonstration and blocked the road for several hours to protest against the desecration of the body.

Senior police officers reached there and assured the family that the culprits would not escape punishment.

The police also took the gravedigger into custody.


Even the dead arent safe in pakiland

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

Postby Prem » 04 Jul 2013 10:38

Koi Lautta Dey wohi AID Wale Din

US govt reduces aid requests for Pakhiistan

WASHINGTON: The Obama administration has requested $1.16 billion for aid to Pakistan in the 2014 financial year — almost half of the $2.6bn it spent in 2012 and a quarter of the $4.5bn it spent in 2010, says a report released on Tuesday.The military aid also goes down to $397 million from over $1.2bn in 2010.The cuts, however, may not have a major impact on the Pakistani economy as the country received an estimated $12.8bn from July 2012 to May 2013.Pakistani diplomats in Washington, when asked for comments, said it would be wrong to interpret the cuts as indicating deterioration in US-Pakistan ties.
They said the United States was aware of Pakistan’s critical role in ensuring peace and stability in South Asia and this reflected in US Secretary of State John Kerry’s decision to visit Islamabad on July 28.The diplomats pointed out that the US planned to withdraw most of its combat troops from Afghanistan by 2014, which further enhanced Pakistan’s role in ensuring a peaceful transition in Afghanistan. They noted that Washington had also helped Islamabad in dealing with a major energy crisis and the 2010 floods.They said the Congressional Research Service, which had reported the aid cuts, also noted that like previous US administrations, the Obama administration continued to support a “stable, democratic, and prosperous” Pakistan. The administration believes that Pakistan plays a “critical role” in South Asia and also in US counter-terrorism efforts, the report said.In the Foreign Military Financing, $300m for Pakistan would enhance the counter-insurgency and counter-terrorism capabilities of its security forces, and would encourage US-Pakistan military-to-military engagement, the report said.The Obama administration has also requested $17.87m under non-proliferation, anti-terrorism, demining and related programmes to provide training to build Pakistan’s capacity to detect, deter, and respond to terrorist threats and improve border security.

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

Postby SSridhar » 04 Jul 2013 11:13

Nightwatch Comment:

Pakistan: At least 16 people were killed and five others wounded when a US drone attacked a suspected Haqqani militant compound in a remote tribal region of northwestern Pakistan late Tuesday. Pakistan protested that the attack violated its sovereignty. Comment: The last drone strike was on 7 June. Prime Minister Sharif is on a six day state visit to China. He is likely to take this attack as a personal affront, timed deliberately while he is abroad. This could become one of the last drone attacks.

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

Postby Peregrine » 04 Jul 2013 13:16

ATTENTION : B-R F EXALTED GURUS :

I trust the following thought has occurred to all of you just as it has occurred to me :

Your attention ha been drawn to Ayesha Siddiqa’s Tweet in respect of the ISI having succeeded in infiltrating various US Think Tanks.

Of course some of my contacts agree that “Others” have but “They” are not!

One must now think hard of the repercussions of Ayesha Siddiqa’s Tweet in respect of Indian Think Tanks, Intelligence Agencies, Wagha Kandle Kissers Klan, Intelligentsia, Media, Political Parties and etc., etc., & etc. with the Infiltration of ISI in India.

Moderators are requested to delete this post if considered inappropriate.

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

Postby Peregrine » 04 Jul 2013 13:38

Pak masseur was sent back from Champions Trophy after sexual harassment allegations.

KARACHI: Pakistan cricket team masseur was sent back from the ICC Champions Trophy after being accused of sexually harassing a female worker at the London hotel, where the players stayed during the event, a source has claimed.

According to details the masseur Malang Ali was sent back with the excuse that his wife was ill in Pakistan.


Interestingly, some five years back when the ICC Youth World Cup was held in Malaysia the same masseur had been accused of stealing cash and valuables from a player's room.

"The irony was that even through the team management reported him to the board on the basis of CCTV footage in the team hotel, Malang after a period of suspension was again back working with the national team because of his close ties with some players who have backed him to be with the team for a while now," the source said.


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Re: Bottom of the pits!

Postby Altair » 04 Jul 2013 16:02

Rajagopal wrote:This has to be the most sickening and revolting act that can be committed on another human being. Pakistan has finally found the rock-bottom. :( :cry:

http://tribune.com.pk/story/571870/girl ... pe-police/

Rajagopal.


Classic Necrophile. In a country where people have sex with donkeys and pigs this hardly raises eyebrows. Women are in much lower strata than live animals no?

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Re: Bottom of the pits!

Postby Peregrine » 04 Jul 2013 23:39

Rajagopal wrote:This has to be the most sickening and revolting act that can be committed on another human being. Pakistan has finally found the rock-bottom. :( :cry:

http://tribune.com.pk/story/571870/girl ... pe-police/

Rajagopal.


Rajagopal Ji :

Lucky are the ones who are dead. The ones alive suffer for THE REST OF THEIR LIVES :

The words describing ‘rape’: Blaming the victim, shielding the rapist

The news for the conscious mind of our society is that there IS life after rape. Almost 30% of women in Pakistan go through a rape or attempted rape at least once in their lives. They do survive. The pain stays, but they go on with their lives. Social boycott of a rapist might not be a bad idea for a change. Let there be a clear statement that it is time for us to say ‘enough’!


Pakistan’s latest Population being 184 Million (It is 210 Million, but that is another story) the Female Population of Pakistan would be about 90 Million. One Third of 90 Million would be a minimum of 30 Million Women who go through a rape or attempted rape at least Once in a Life Time.

Pakistan Ka Matlub Kya - Zinda hai to "RAPE" Kuraa! :(

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

Postby Vikas » 05 Jul 2013 00:15

How does one come up with numbers like 30% or 50% in a country like Pakistan where an attempted rape by 'Abbu' or Rape by 'Bhaijaan' will definitely be not reported or talked about.

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Re: Bottom of the pits!

Postby Prem » 05 Jul 2013 01:01

Peregrine wrote:
Rajagopal wrote:This has to be the most sickening and revolting act that can be committed on another human being. Pakistan has finally found the rock-bottom. :( :cry: http://tribune.com.pk/story/571870/girl ... /Rajagopal Ji :Lucky are the ones who are dead. The ones alive suffer for THE REST OF THEIR LIVES :
Pakistan’s latest Population being 184 Million (It is 210 Million, but that is another story) the Female Population of Pakistan would be about 90 Million. One Third of 90 Million would be a minimum of 30 Million Women who go through a rape or attempted rape at least Once in a Life Time.Pakistan Ka Matlub Kya - Zinda hai to "RAPE" Kuraa! :( heers Image


The mind of kufr is is simply incapabale of Pakiislamist understanding.
Beside the wimmin, whynot look into the "figuirine" of young male children given the equal rape treatment by Paki Abduls who are the best product of allah,

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

Postby Peregrine » 05 Jul 2013 01:01

VikasRaina wrote:How does one come up with numbers like 30% or 50% in a country like Pakistan where an attempted rape by 'Abbu' or Rape by 'Bhaijaan' will definitely be not reported or talked about.


Well, the Thumb Rule seems to be - Only One Third of the Cases are Reported.

I am sure you can figure it out! :rotfl:

Meantime "Phurther Neuyz" :

‘Cousin marriage’ doubles gene risk for babies : Study

PARIS : First cousins who marry run twice the risk of having a child with genetic abnormalities, according to the findings of a study in the English city of Bradford, published Friday in The Lancet.


About 37 per cent of marriages among people of Pakistani origin in the study involved first cousins, compared to less than one per cent of “British unions”, said the researchers.


“Thirty-one per cent of all anomalies in children of Pakistani origin could be attributed to consanguinity” or marriage between first cousins, said the study.


“More than one billion people worldwide currently (live) in communities where consanguineous marriages are commonplace.”


One Billion in 50 Countries. Not that Bad!

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