Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

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

Postby Gagan » 13 Jun 2013 07:30

Jujhar-ji that was Image

Those telebunnies who had made a video of them training to halal mushy was probably a Pak Fauji covert telibunny unit to scare mushy not to campaign. So an Alibi has already been created via that video in case Mushy meets his 72.

NS nominated a Baloch to the Balochistan chair, so that now he and kiyani have to give those Baloch mushy's musharraf on a platter to calm the baloch people a bit. Poor mushy is being played with.

That sly fox, kiyani is even putting up retired faujis to come on TV and claim that they won't let this or that happen to an Ex-fauji.
:mrgreen: Boor old tinpot dictator is being kicked around like a football, and EVERYONE in Pakistan is :rotfl:

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

Postby arun » 13 Jun 2013 08:33

Trust the Crusader Dhimmi Kaafirs not to understand the fundamentals of Bajaur Budgetting :wink: . The Islamic Republic of Pakistan needs no steeenking budgetary allocation. Allah shall provide ……………:

No money in Pakistan budget for Iranian gas pipeline U.S. opposed

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

Postby Prem » 13 Jun 2013 10:02

Mush held, quizzed in Bugti murder case

http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news- ... urder-case

ISLAMABAD - A team of Quetta police, assisted by the Islamabad capital police, has formally arrested former President Pervez Musharraf on Wednesday after a local court of Quetta issued his non-bailable arrest warrants in Bugti murder case.The police team, however, couldn’t take the accused to Quetta where he was supposed to be taken to for a brief interrogation by the Quetta police.The Quetta police headed by by DIG Crime Branch, Noshad Yusuf, reached Islamabad on Wednesday to arrest Musharraf in the Akbar Bugti murder case. After meeting the required formalities, they proceeded to the farm house of Pervez Musharraf where he is currently under house arrest. Sources said that the police team of Quetta interrogated Musharraf for almost two hours and left for Quetta. The arrest was made at a time when hundreds of residents of Dera Bugti are protesting in the federal capital under the supervision of elder son of late Nawab Akbar Bughti who was reportedly killed during an operation of security forces years ago.Bugti was killed in a cave in Chalgri area of Bhamboor hills of Dera Bugti district of Balochistan province on August 26, 2006 during an operation launched by security forces at a time when the accused (Pervez Musharraf) was army chief and country’s president as well. Jamil Bugti, a son of Akbar Bugti, had nominated Musharraf, former Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz and others in his father’s murder.“It is true that a team of Quetta police has arrested Musharraf at his residence that has been declared as sub-jail. Islamabad police assisted the Quetta police in this regard,” said a spokesperson of Islamabad police while talking to The Nation on Wednesday.

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

Postby Prem » 13 Jun 2013 10:13

http://dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2013\06\13\story_13-6-2013_pg7_10
Rs 1.651tr deficit estimated for 2013-14

ISLAM A BAD: The federal fiscal deficit during the next fiscal year, 2013-14, has been estimated at Rs 1.651 trillion or 6.3% of the gross domestic product (GDP), according to the federal budget documents released on Wednesday. ( With TaX to GDP raio of 10%, their Deconomoney will be 190Billion by Nexy tear)The total net federal revenues have been estimated at Rs 1.918 trillion and federal expenditure at Rs 3.591 trillion for the next fiscal year 2013-14. The federal government would finance this deficit from bank and non-bank borrowing and external loans. A. The gross fiscal deficit for the next fiscal year has been estimated at Rs 1.674 trillion, while all four provinces will create a budget surplus of Rs 23 billion that would help bring down the net fiscal deficit to Rs 1.651 trillion for fiscal 2013-14. According to the domestic borrowing plan mentioned in the budget documents, the federal government would borrow Rs 1.482 trillion, including bank borrowing of Rs 975 billion and non-bank borrowing of Rs 507 billion, in the fiscal 2013-14.

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

Postby Raja Bose » 13 Jun 2013 10:57

Will interrogation happen under lamp post due to 23 hour power cut?

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Postby Lalmohan » 13 Jun 2013 14:02

mushy's kabuli vija is getting closer and closer

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

Postby vina » 13 Jun 2013 14:27

Bah! What are joo Kuffars talking about ? All stock markets in Asia and around the world are routed today, while Bakistan's index is up 1.79% . For eg, Kuffar Sensex in Bombay is 18000 only, while halal KSE100 is 22000

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

Postby Comer » 13 Jun 2013 17:59

This tango must have played out already and now it in the media. Pakistan begs kufr India for electricity and India is considering sale. ( newsx)

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

Postby Gagan » 13 Jun 2013 18:46

I protest!

Why does Quetta Police want to do a only a Brief interrogation of Mushy? Why not a De-Brief interrogation also, hain ji?

:rotfl:

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

Postby Peregrine » 13 Jun 2013 19:44

Jhujar wrote:http://dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2013/06/13/story_13-6-2013_pg7_10
Rs 1.651tr deficit estimated for 2013-14

ISLAM A BAD: The federal fiscal deficit during the next fiscal year, 2013-14, has been estimated at Rs 1.651 trillion or 6.3% of the gross domestic product (GDP), according to the federal budget documents released on Wednesday. ( With TaX to GDP raio of 10%, their Deconomoney will be 190Billion by Nexy tear)The total net federal revenues have been estimated at Rs 1.918 trillion and federal expenditure at Rs 3.591 trillion for the next fiscal year 2013-14. The federal government would finance this deficit from bank and non-bank borrowing and external loans. A. The gross fiscal deficit for the next fiscal year has been estimated at Rs 1.674 trillion, while all four provinces will create a budget surplus of Rs 23 billion that would help bring down the net fiscal deficit to Rs 1.651 trillion for fiscal 2013-14. According to the domestic borrowing plan mentioned in the budget documents, the federal government would borrow Rs 1.482 trillion, including bank borrowing of Rs 975 billion and non-bank borrowing of Rs 507 billion, in the fiscal 2013-14.


Jhujar Ji :

Federal Expenditure : Rs 3.591 trillion

Federal Revenues : Rs 1.918 trillion

Federal Fiscal Deficit : Rs. 1.651 trillion.

Overspending is always compared with the Amount Earned.

As such Pakistan’s Federal Fiscal Deficit is over 86% of Federal Revenues.

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

Postby Peregrine » 13 Jun 2013 22:18

Defence budget hiked by 15 per cent

Of the total Rs627.2 billion, Rs271.2 billion have been allocated for employees-related expenses, Rs162.2 billion for operating expenses and Rs131.3 billion for physical assets.

However, the figures do not include over Rs132.7 billion allocated for pensions of the retired military personnel that would be paid from the civilian budget and a separate allocation for the security-related expenses, a move which critics say seeks to conceal the actual defence spending.

In addition to this, the military will also be given Rs150 billion under the contingent liability, Rs70 billion under the Coalition Support Fund (CSF) and Rs35 billion has been allocated for the military’s services to the UN peacekeeping missions in the coming fiscal year. This means a whopping Rs1,014 billion have been allocated for the military, which is about 28.2% of the country’s total budget.


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

Postby Brando » 13 Jun 2013 22:28

^^ So Paki Rupee 1014 Billion comes to what, $10 billion ? Even that number is absurd considering the forces they deploy. The actual number is twice that at least.

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

Postby Prasad » 13 Jun 2013 22:36

Wtf do they get all this money when the economy is in the pakistan?

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

Postby Prem » 13 Jun 2013 22:43

Peregrine wrote:
Jhujar wrote:http://dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2013/06/13/story_13-6-2013_pg7_10
Rs 1.651tr deficit estimated for 2013-14

Jhujar Ji :

Federal Expenditure : Rs 3.591 trillionFederal Revenues : Rs 1.918 trillion
Federal Fiscal Deficit : Rs. 1.651 trillion.
Overspending is always compared with the Amount Earned.
As such Pakistan’s Federal Fiscal Deficit is over 86% of Federal Revenues. Cheers Image


What will happen 4-5 years from Nou with the accumulating effect of this Paki Deconomic miracle ?
One or two dry season, lack of food will bring civil war with Rats eating Rats and Dogs eating Dog.
Their actual defense budget is close to 13-14 Billions and 6% of GDP plus the drug money.
Pak Ki Ammi Kitne Din Khair Manayege, Ik Din Collapse Hogga Hi Hogga.

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

Postby Prem » 14 Jun 2013 00:23

Pakistan's first war-ready shemale fighter pilot wins battle of sexes
Pakistan if Kuffaar Now

MUSHAF AIR BASE, Pakistan: With an olive green head scarf poking out from her helmet, Ayesha Farooq flashes a cheeky grin when asked if it is lonely being the one of war-ready Shemales fighter pilot in the Islamic republic of Pakistan.“I don't feel any different. We do the same activities, the same precision bombing,” the soft-spoken 26-year-old said of her male colleagues at Mushaf base in north Pakistan, where neatly piled warheads sit in sweltering 50 degree Celsius heat (122 F).A growing number of women have joined Pakistan's defence forces in recent years as attitudes towards women change.“Because of terrorism and our geographical location it's very important that we stay on our toes,” said Farooq, referring to Taliban militancy and a sharp rise in sectarian violence.Deteriorating security in neighbouring Afghanistan, where US-led troops are preparing to leave by the end of next year, and an uneasy relationship with arch rival India to the east add to the mix.Farooq, whose slim frame offers a study in contrast with her burly male colleagues, was at loggerheads with her widowed and uneducated mother seven years ago when she said she wanted to join the air force.

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

Postby Prem » 14 Jun 2013 00:29

Army Chief calls on Prime Minister ( 4th time in Month)

Both Discussing Mush-Marring Agenda
Check the Body language

Chief of the Army Staff, General Assfaq Parvez Kayani called on Prime Minster Muhammad Nawaz Sharif at the Prime Minister's Office.During the meeting overall security situation of the country and matters relating to national security came under discussion.

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

Postby Prem » 14 Jun 2013 00:59

Bheekhmanga, Bewaqoof Bechara Bijliless Bakistan

Pakistan Seeks International Cooperation for Energy Crisis

Duckistan attaches importance to the work of the UNDP and its contribution to Pakistan’s development priorities”. This was stated by Ambassador Masood Khan, Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the UN at the Annual Session of the UNDP Executive Board. “Pakistan faces multi-pronged challenges of Intellectual and material poverty,Islamic education, retarded, poqapulation and urbanization and addressing this vicious cycle is one of the primary objectives of the new Government in Pakistan”, he added.Ambassador Khan specifically mentioned the energy crisis in Pakistan and sought international cooperation. He said, “Overcoming a shortage of more than 6000 Mega-Watt of energy and in fact taking it to its maximum potential require sustained national commitment as well as strong international cooperation”.Referring to Pakistan’s commitment to war on terrorism and resultant losses he said that without a doubt, 180 million people of Pakistan have paid an enormous cost for standing between terrorism and the pursuit of democracy. Loss of life alone is estimated at 40,000 civilians and more than 3, 500 security personnel. In addition, direct and indirect costs rose. According to very initial estimates, the losses incurred by different sectors of Pakistan’s economy in the last 12 years might go close to Paki Dollar :rotfl: 900 billion mark, he added.He said that Pakistan has maintained positive momentum in its economic growth and will address its core development challenges, despite significant stresses resulting from the heavy cost of the fight against terrorism. “We have not faced easy times in Pakistan. What lies ahead is an extra-ordinary economic challenge that has continued to pile up, as Pakistan devoted its people, resources and energies to making this world a better place”, he added.
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Postby Peregrine » 14 Jun 2013 01:36

Jhujar wrote:Army Chief calls on Prime Minister ( 4th time in Month)

Both Discussing Mush-Marring Agenda
Check the Body language

Chief of the Army Staff, General Assfaq Parvez Kayani called on Prime Minster Muhammad Nawaz Sharif at the Prime Minister's Office.During the meeting overall security situation of the country and matters relating to national security came under discussion.


Jhujar Ji :

Badmaash is smirking at Kiyani who has "Bags" under his eyes.

May be badmaash is saying "Ub taira kya hoga buchoo!" knowing that Kiyani is having sleep-less nights!

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Postby Agnimitra » 14 Jun 2013 04:29

A Koschan: (I don't know bhy I am ispeaking in BENIS die-lact... the shaytaan made me do it) -
Why Is Gay P0rn So Popular in Pakistan?
Earlier this month, the Pew Research Center published results of a public survey of gay tolerance in 39 countries worldwide. The numbers are fairly unsurprising: While a high proportion of respondents in Western Europe and North America answered "yes" to the question "Should society accept homosexuality?" few respondents in the Middle East and Africa agreed with them.

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Among the least tolerant nations surveyed was Pakistan, where only 2 percent of those surveyed said society should accept homosexuality. That statistic might be unsurprising, considering that gay sex is illegal under the Pakistani penal code. But what is surprising is how those views compare to Pakistani search traffic around gay-porn related terms.

As of this writing, Pakistan is by volume the world leader for Google searches of the terms "shemale sex," "teen anal sex," and "man ****** man," according to Google Trends. Pakistan also ranks second in the world (after similarly gay-intolerant Kenya) for volume of searches for the search term "gay sex pics."

In its report, Pew noted that countries exhibiting the highest levels of gay tolerance are largely secular, whereas nations where religion is central to public life—such as Egypt, Nigeria, and Pakistan—tend to reject homosexuality. But in Pakistan, what's even more peculiar is that the highest number of hits for some of these terms, including "shemale sex," come not from Pakistan's cosmopolitan centers, but from Peshawar, a bastion of conservative Islam, lately known in the West as a counterterrorism frontline.

Farahnaz Ispahani, an expert in Pakistani minorities at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and a former member of Pakistan's parliament, says that homosexuality is a taboo subject throughout the country. In major cities such as Lahore and Karachi, gays can develop a network of allies outside their tribe or family, but in conservative Peshawar, gay identity is more complicated. Part of the popularity of gay ***** could stem from the fact that even highly observant Muslim males often have physical relationships with men without considering themselves gay, she says.

"The real love they can have that most of us find with a partner, they find with men," Ispahani says. "They mostly see their wives as the mother of their children."

At the same time, she says, persecution of minorities, including gays, has reached an all-time high in Pakistan, and discussing homosexuality openly in public is virtually forbidden. "Religious extremism is at a height today," she says. "Hindus are being forced to convert, Christians are being burned alive—there's very little personal safety for those seen as 'the other.' So what do [gay Pakistanis] do? They turn to ***** because they can't live their lives openly."

Shereen El Feki, author of the recent book Sex and the Citadel: Intimate Life in a Changing Arab World, says the discrepancy between perceptions around homosexuality and its apparent reality in Pakistan is consistent with her own findings in the Middle East, where, in recent years, the dialogue around sexual identity has been co-opted by fundamentalist clerics.

"Islamic conservatives, whether they're actually in power or the governments in power are trying to placate them, they will tend to go to very narrow definitions of Islam," she says. "One of the easiest ways to do this is to come down hard on the role of women, and particularly around sex and homosexuality."

Long before the rise of Islamic conservatism, El Feki says, the Middle East and India had a literary tradition which celebrated gay love, but in recent years, that openness has been forgotten.

"You find in most civilizations in the Global South a much more open approach to homosexuality—irrespective of its status in religious and theological doctrine—than you find today," she says. "So very often, any attempt to open a dialogue in the Arab region is branded as some 'Western conspiracy' to undermine traditional Arab and Muslim values. The reality is that long before the West was talking openly about homosexuality, Arabs in particular were writing about this very frankly. Our history has come to be rewritten by Islamic conservatives."

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

Postby chetak » 14 Jun 2013 05:44

After all the bad blood of the recent months accompanied by the usual paki mardangi rhetoric, the shameless fakers are back, skull cap in begging hand. MMS has a valid case to extend the food bill to paki land too.


Pak wants power from India to light up a part of Lahore







Power-starved Pakistan has indicated its willingness to hook up a portion of Lahore with the Indian side, enabling the capital of the Punjab province to draw electricity from the Indian grid.

Pakistan's government made the proposal to an expert group representing the Indian government that visited the country earlier this week. The group returned to Delhi on Wednesday.

The proposal to island a part of Lahore from the Pakistani grid and hook up a direct connection with the integrated NEW (north-east-west-north eastern) grid in India is aimed at faciliating the transfer of 250-300 MW of power from the Indian side as a short-term fix for Pakistan's debilitating power crisis.

Once inter-governmental formalities are completed, building a limited capacity transmission line between the two countries could be pushed through in about 12 months. There already exists a complete network of transmission lines and grids on the Pakistani side along the border with Punjab, and the nearest grid on the Indian side — at Patti in Tarn Taran district — is very close to the Lahore Ring, making grid interconnection feasible.

In the longer term, the plan is to have an asynchronous 'buffer' HVDC (high voltage direct current) back-to-back link that can be used to wheel about 500 MW from India to Pakistan, something that could take up to three years to build.

The buffer HVDC link would ensure that grid disturbances on either side are not passed across the border, and would obviate the necessity for islanding a portion of Pakistani territory from its national grid.

While the broad contours of the HVDC link proposal has been discussed by the two sides earlier, with the new government in place in Islamabad, there is a fresh sense of purpose. After its meeting with Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif in Lahore, the Indian delegation was rushed to Islamabad for an unscheduled meeting with the federal minister for water and power Khawaja Muhammad Asif on the instructions of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

Loadshedding was one of the biggest issues in last month's election, and immediately after taking charge, Sharif had asserted that his government was working on a plan to overcome the crisis. Pakistan currently has a load of 18,000 MW, but faces shortages to the tune of 5,000-6,000 MW.

The broad contours of the long-term proposal under discussion include a three-step process aimed at a purely commercial arrangement between the two countries. After the two governments have inked an overarching MoU, designated transmission agencies will sign an agreement for coordinated planning and implementation on each of their sides, and physically joining the grids. Finally, utilities on each side will be appointed the nodal agency for buying power, arranging transmission corridors and settling payments.

What has been abundantly clarified is that the role of the two governments would be restricted to signing the pact, and they would not be involved in pricing and settlement of power sales. The designated Pakistani nodal agency would have to shop from the Indian electricity market — from a private power developer, a surplus state or on power exchanges.

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

Postby Gagan » 14 Jun 2013 08:09

Kiyani is negotiating for two things.
1. Given the drawdown in 2014, he wants an extension for like a 2 yr period.
2. Failing to get a firm answer on an extension, he just might do a coup.

Don't know if he has gotten around to accepting the idea that he can go into retirement provided he is given a cushy post-retirement position. Once he retires he will be just like Mushy, be at risk of being kicked around like a football, or worse, massa might want to know about what all he knew and did all those years when he was ISI chief and COAS (Hiding Bin laden, mullah omar, Zawahiri, and many others, drugs and nuclear smuggling etc etc).

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

Postby Baikul » 14 Jun 2013 08:42



Why only a part of Lahore? I got an idea for lighting up all of Pakistan.....

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

Postby Anujan » 14 Jun 2013 08:52

Jhujar wrote:Bheekhmanga, Bewaqoof Bechara Bijliless Bakistan

Pakistan Seeks International Cooperation for Energy Crisis

180 million people of Pakistan have paid an enormous cost for standing between terrorism and the pursuit of democracy. Loss of life alone is estimated at 40,000 civilians and more than 3, 500 security personnel. In addition, direct and indirect costs rose. According to very initial estimates, the losses incurred by different sectors of Pakistan’s economy in the last 12 years might go close to Paki Dollar :rotfl: 900 billion mark, he added.


I have always maintained that Pakistan has lost $1 trillion due to the world not giving $1 trillion to Pakistan. Imagine a scenario where everyone in the world pooled their resources and gave Pakistan $1 trillion. Pakistan would have been $1 trillion richer. Nobody gave Pakistan that $1 trillion, ergo they have lost $1 trillion.

Pakistan should be immediately compensated atleast for a fraction of that money.

I have similar views about Pakistan and JK.

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

Postby Yogi_G » 14 Jun 2013 09:23

To give an idea of the disparity between Pakistan and India, one of the relatively developed states in India, Tamil Nadu with 70 million population has an installed power capacity of 18,000 MW. Pakistan by contrast, with a population between 180-200 million has the same amount of installed capacity and has a higher deficit than Tamil Nadu.

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

Postby sadhana » 14 Jun 2013 09:41

Overheard Twitter exchange between two Pakistanis(who will remain nameless)

Pak1:
China bailing us out? During 2000-2012, net foreign investment in #Pakistan was $29 billion only $0.8 billion came from China.

Pak1:
"China’s investment in Pakistan is less than that of tiny Netherlands, which invested $1.4 billion" during 2000-2012->tribune.com.pk/story/553008/v…

Pak1:
People scream abt potential trade imbalance w/ India: In 2012,China sold Pakistan about $6.6 billion of goods.Pakistan exports=$2.6 billion

Pak1:
China's trade with India equals $68billion/yr rising to $100bn by 2015. Deeper than Gwadar and taller than Ladakh!!

Pak2:
@--- yes, china should have done more, hope it wakes up & yes it's good to wake up from 'the dream of Image', relearn..re-evaluate :)

:roll:

Pak1:
@--- Time for us to wake up as well Sire!

Pak2:
@--- yes, agreed. to wake up is to face the ground facts, act, evolve.



See it was China's responsibility to increase trade with Pak. :(( China has been sleeping on the job so poor Pak has to adjust somehow now :((

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

Postby RCase » 14 Jun 2013 10:04

Jhujar wrote:Pakistan's first JIHADwar-ready SHEMALE fighter pilot wins battle of sexes



MUSHAF AIR BASE, Pakistan: With an olive green head scarf poking out from her helmet, Ayesha Farooq flashes a cheeky grin when asked if it is lonely being the one of JIHADwar-ready Shemales fighter pilot in the Islamic republic of Pakistan.

Farooq, whose slim frame offers a study in contrast with her burly male colleagues,


There, corrected to make it compliant with Islamic TSP fauji motto of jihad fistula.

Those male colleagues hardly look BURLY! They look like scrawny malnuorished kids, rather than TFTA paki mards.

The kuffar don't understand Pakistan's moderate, tolerant stance like any other modern democracies. Misfotunately, the Pew research guys did not understand that Pakistanis do google searches for shemales to see if other countries have jihad ready Ayeshas like Pakistan. Similarly they are searcching for happy (gay) people... and regarding the teen searches, they are looking for examples from the Prophet. It is all a conspiracy of RAW/Mossad/CIA to defame Pakistan and Islam.

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

Postby habal » 14 Jun 2013 11:14

Such Gup TFTA

Que sera, sera

Our mole says The Man of Steel has been consulting an array of experts on how he should proceed with various aspects of government. One of the people The Man consulted recently is a seasoned diplomat, now retired but having served in many high places at his zenith. He gave The Man invaluable advice: "make sure you have loyalists in two capitals - Delhi and DC", he said, "you can't afford to be blinded in either city". The Man took it all in soberly and told the ex-diplomat that he was aware of the importance of both capitals. On the same note, the khakis are averse to The Man's rapid deployment vis-a-vis India, and do not want him to change their man in New Delhi. They're also uncomfortable with the granting of Most Favoured Nation status to our neighbour, although Pakistan has been the recipient of the same from India since 1996. There's also been some consternation at The Man of Steel's handsome victory which came as a surprise to the top brass; they'd been discussing the difficulties The Great Khan would face in taking the Prime Ministerial oath via video link from Lahore. The idea was that The Man would garner no more than 90 seats in the Lower House, with The Great Khan in the 70s, followed by the Pipliyas and Independents. The latter, it was thought, would be persuaded to let The Khan become PM to lead the coalition. Que sera, sera. What will be, will be.

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

Postby rajanb » 14 Jun 2013 12:22

History has shown that if the Gernails are unhappy with one individual then they Bhutto them. Que Sera Sera.

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

Postby Rajdeep » 14 Jun 2013 16:52

Pakistani cricketers mentally disturbed

According to Akhtar, most of the players cannot perform in the field as they are 'mentally disturbed', adding that it is the coach job to take those fears away, instead of teaching them the game.


Doesn't he know by personal experience , some STDs cause mental problems too :rotfl:
Whoa ! Does that explain why pakis everywhere are "mentally disturbed" !
From kaneda to londonistan hain ji :mrgreen:

PS - The coach is an aussie , so as usual its someone elses job to make things better for the pakis.

These pakis are like spoilt rich brats who get caught driving drunk and make a call to the rich daddy who will take care of the ticket.

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

Postby Gagan » 14 Jun 2013 17:42

Well they got a gora paki to be their coach, Incredible !
Now why are they crying hain ji?

After all the BC they heard while boarding the bus on that you tube video, I thought their mental disturbance would have reduced a bit. Actually BC is not exactly an abusive term in Pakistan and Texas, it a regular way of life.

The Pakis are genetically programmed into servitude when they meet someone more affluent than them. The Indian cricketers are the world's richest cricketers, and India's players should put these poverty striken, begger, sadak-chaap, pakistani players in their place.

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

Postby Peregrine » 14 Jun 2013 20:11

Revival on the cards? : Plan for Pakistan Railways

THE government’s plan to convert Pakistan Railways into a corporation under an independent board of professionals, instead of privatising it, must turn it around. It is no secret that PR is on the brink. It is accumulating heavy losses on a daily basis because of years of inefficient management, corruption, overstaffing, political and bureaucratic intervention, and so on. Passenger traffic has dropped to 92 trains from 230 and freight operations are now just one train from 96, owing to the shortage of locomotives (according to the Pakistan Economic Survey). Its revenues have fallen by 25 per cent while working expense has increased by 33pc. Employees’ related costs and pensions stood about 198pc of revenue earned in 2011-12 and salaries and pensions are being paid through an annual subsidy of Rs34bn.


The Pakistanis couldn't organize a "Booze Up" in a Distillery - Forget Running the Railways!

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

Postby member_22872 » 14 Jun 2013 20:27

These buggers have inflated ego in spite of being beggars. Why don't they get serious and address their problems in railways and power instead of hiking up defense expenditure, that too when there is no enemy other than one they conjured up? those who can't help themselves must never be rescued by others.

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

Postby Nandu » 14 Jun 2013 20:28

Peregrine wrote:This means a whopping Rs1,014 billion have been allocated for the military, which is about 28.2% of the country’s total budget.

More than 50% of entire federal revenue.

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

Postby Gagan » 14 Jun 2013 21:02

The problem is that the Pakistan Army is hard at work creating an enemy and then spending money (and siphoning some off) buying protection against retaliation from that enemy.

These guys are 400% planning to destabilize Afghanistan massively starting in end of 2014-early 2015 winters, and full fledged offensives in the summer of 2015.

These guys want to hold india at bay by destabilizing J&K, Punjab, and having the Maoists cause trouble. They still won't be able to seriously harm India, but they hope that India will be mired in its own troubles, giving them a few years to get their people in position in Kabul.

They might be offering to "regulate" the terrorism and drugs coming out of Af-Pak once they are in control with massa and other western powers. Problem is that massa and the other chamchas are likely to acquiesce to this.

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

Postby vishvak » 14 Jun 2013 21:28

Jhujar wrote:Bheekhmanga, Bewaqoof Bechara Bijliless Bakistan

Pakistan Seeks International Cooperation for Energy Crisis

Duckistan attaches importance to the work of the UNDP and its contribution to Pakistan’s development priorities”. This was stated by Ambassador Masood Khan, Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the UN at the Annual Session of the UNDP Executive Board. “Pakistan faces multi-pronged challenges of Intellectual and material poverty,Islamic education, retarded, poqapulation and urbanization and addressing this vicious cycle is one of the primary objectives of the new Government in Pakistan”, he added.Ambassador Khan specifically mentioned the energy crisis in Pakistan and sought international cooperation. He said, “Overcoming a shortage of more than 6000 Mega-Watt of energy and in fact taking it to its maximum potential require sustained national commitment as well as strong international cooperation”.Referring to Pakistan’s commitment to war on terrorism and resultant losses he said that without a doubt, 180 million people of Pakistan have paid an enormous cost for standing between terrorism and the pursuit of democracy. Loss of life alone is estimated at 40,000 civilians and more than 3, 500 security personnel. In addition, direct and indirect costs rose. According to very initial estimates, the losses incurred by different sectors of Pakistan’s economy in the last 12 years might go close to Paki Dollar :rotfl: 900 billion mark, he added.He said that Pakistan has maintained positive momentum in its economic growth and will address its core development challenges, despite significant stresses resulting from the heavy cost of the fight against terrorism. “We have not faced easy times in Pakistan. What lies ahead is an extra-ordinary economic challenge that has continued to pile up, as Pakistan devoted its people, resources and energies to making this world a better place”, he added.

The only strong international movement here is pakistani beggards international movement - begging all over and then not paying up.

For poaks, the problem is not mard-e-momin with hoorrah-e-jannath ego. poaks just think that there are problems with no facilities available for smooth movement of imaginary camel he is sitting on - no lifts for the camels hence no high rises, for example. The problem is shifted to all excuses - real and imaginary. All the phrases like pursuit of democracy, without a doubt, etc right at annual meeting of UNDP executive board - not withstanding.

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

Postby Peregrine » 15 Jun 2013 00:59

Pakistan Begs on its Own Terms

Deal with IMF on our terms : Dar

Vowing to put the staggering economy back on track at any cost, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has said that Pakistan will negotiate with International Monetary Fund (IMF) on its ‘own terms’ for fresh loan package to repay the previous one and will bear ‘no dictation’ in this regard.


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

Postby MurthyB » 15 Jun 2013 01:06

Neighbour's envy

Pick up some Indian scorecards from the last several years, and great batting heroes flash by - Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, VVS Laxman, Sourav Ganguly, MS Dhoni, Virender Sehwag. Some of these have disappeared, but their replacements - Virat Kohli, Cheteshwar Pujara, Shikhar Dhawan - are beginning to sound equally arresting. In Pakistan, reading these names triggers intense pangs of envy. When Pakistanis look at India's vigorous batting line-up, it leaves us disoriented and vertiginous. It is something we don't have, and we badly wish we did.


Batting greats populate the top orders of other teams too, but those names don't unleash in us anything even remotely close to envy. The reason is straightforward. When we look at people like Ricky Ponting, Alastair Cook, Kevin Pietersen or Chris Gayle, we can't conceive of them being in our team. There is too much otherness about them. :eek: {Bhat is thij blasphemy! Chris Gayle yes. But are not the others magnificent in their shared TFTA-ness with Paki biraders???} Even in someone like Hashim Amla, this otherness persists. He may share our religion and genetic stock, but there is sufficient South African fabric in him to make his presence in the Pakistan change room socially awkward. {Bhat!? Bither Ummah :(( :(( } Nor do Sri Lanka generate much feeling of this sort either. They do have terrific batsmen in Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene, but culturally and temperamentally Sri Lankans too convey a certain otherness. {Jess. SDREs} They are family, yes, but more like distant cousins.


In the case of India's accomplished batsmen, we sense no such barriers. They feel like our brothers. They look like us and talk like us. They laugh at the same jokes, and feel irked by the same annoyances. {They aljo feel annoyed by bredator droppings???} We have similar tastes in music, cinema, and art. We use the same spices and generate the same flavours in our food. {Surest sign yet that the timej of dajjal are upon us biraders! Allas-mama Ek-bal must be twirling in hij grabe like a dervish} If the likes of Kohli or Dhawan were to come and hang out in Karachi or Lahore, they'd blend right in. Inside the Pakistan change room, they'd be a big hit. {Chee chee such gandi homo phantasies. 100 stribes phor this guy ijn't enough.}
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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - May 13, 2013

Postby Raja Bose » 15 Jun 2013 01:15

^^^ :rotfl: :rotfl:

Murthy ji, for some reason perhaps becoz it is jumma-e-din I found this hilariously funny.

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

Postby Raja Bose » 15 Jun 2013 01:18

Peregrine wrote:Pakistan Begs on its Own Terms

Deal with IMF on our terms : Dar

Vowing to put the staggering economy back on track at any cost, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has said that Pakistan will negotiate with International Monetary Fund (IMF) on its ‘own terms’ for fresh loan package to repay the previous one and will bear ‘no dictation’ in this regard.


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

Postby MurthyB » 15 Jun 2013 01:27

Raja Bose wrote:^^^ :rotfl: :rotfl:

Murthy ji, for some reason perhaps becoz it is jumma-e-din I found this hilariously funny.


Here's wishing ebery day in Bakistan to be a jumma din. It is a gift that keeps on giving!


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