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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 20 Jun 2015 11:49
by arun
X Posted from the "Pakistani Role In Global Terrorism" thread.

Extracts from US State Departments Country Reports On Terrorism 2014 dealing with the Islamic Republic of Pakistan’s penchant for aiding Mohammadden Terrorism:

The Pakistani military undertook operations against groups that conducted attacks within Pakistan such as TTP, but did not take action against other groups such as Lashkar e-Tayyiba, which continued to operate, train, rally, propagandize, and fundraise in Pakistan. Afghan Taliban and HQN leadership continued to find safe haven in Pakistan, and although Pakistan military operations disrupted the actions of these groups, it did not directly target them.


Lashkar e-Tayyiba (LeT) and its alias organizations continued to operate freely in Pakistan, and there were no indications that Pakistan took significant enforcement actions against the group.


UN-designated terrorist organizations continued to skirt sanctions by reconstituting themselves under different names, often with little effort to hide their connections to previously banned groups, and the government does not prosecute CFT cases.


Chapter 2. Country Reports: South and Central Asia Overview

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 20 Jun 2015 13:24
by SSridhar
ramana wrote:Odd that MMS wasted ten years in not bypassing TSP intransigence. InSAARC.

ramana, that was because the Congress believed that the prodigal son would come back to the fold. They thought that if we absorbed every blow, if we did not offend the sensibilities or sensitivities of Pakistan, the Pakistanis would see the light and turn Lily White. They never realized that Pakistan was a long-lost case, not a long-lost brother. They never realized that Pakistan had already pressed the self-destruct button hoping that the proximity fuze would also destroy India.

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 20 Jun 2015 14:52
by Anujan
http://tribune.com.pk/story/906672/sind ... stan-army/

The Sindh government will allocate 9,000 acres of forest land in Shikarpur district to Pakistan Army for distribution among the heirs of martyred soldiers and injured war veterans.


:rotfl:

So now all is well between the TFTAs and Civvies I gather?

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 20 Jun 2015 16:13
by Cosmo_R
^^^"Pakistani 'Elite Women' Complain of Being A Tool In The Hand Of Male Members"

I'm surprised Shiv has not yet chimed in on that made up headline :)

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 20 Jun 2015 16:34
by Guddu
Phrase of the year
" The Pakis are out of containment " :rotfl:

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 20 Jun 2015 17:33
by shiv
Cosmo_R wrote:^^^"Pakistani 'Elite Women' Complain of Being A Tool In The Hand Of Male Members"

I'm surprised Shiv has not yet chimed in on that made up headline :)

:lol:

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 20 Jun 2015 17:34
by habal
Is it time to award Zardari "South Asian Peace Prize" or South Asian Man of the year/century" for yeoman services to the causes of Mohajirs, Baloch, Sindhi, Pashtun against constant tyranny of punjabi musalman and leading this pack peacefully amidst such tyranny by punjabi politician and army.

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 20 Jun 2015 18:12
by RajeshA
SSridhar wrote:
ramana wrote:Odd that MMS wasted ten years in not bypassing TSP intransigence. InSAARC.

ramana, that was because the Congress believed that the prodigal son would come back to the fold. They thought that if we absorbed every blow, if we did not offend the sensibilities or sensitivities of Pakistan, the Pakistanis would see the light and turn Lily White. They never realized that Pakistan was a long-lost case, not a long-lost brother. They never realized that Pakistan had already pressed the self-destruct button hoping that the proximity fuze would also destroy India.


If anybody thinks of reactivating the dormant Indic genes of the Pakis, then this reactivation would not happen by showering of Indic love on Pakis, but rather by showing that Indics are more brutal and mean than those Pakis can ever hope to be. Show of love is considered weakness and invites only more abuse from the other.

Pakis need to be, proverbially speaking, flogged and beaten black and blue at the slightest provocation, and they need to be divested of all notions of any H&D in themselves. Pakis need to be made desperate and made to yearn for some little sign of pity and affection from India. Only then would "love" take root among Pakis.

This is Psychology 101 and all Indian policy makers should be aware of it.

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 20 Jun 2015 19:14
by Falijee
Pak Army Pressure Tactics Succeed for Now. Sind Government Decides to Give 9000 Acres To Paki Fauj

KARACHI: In an apparent move to defuse tension between the PPP and the security establishment, the Sindh government on Friday decided ‘in principle’ to allot 9,000 acres of its forest lands to Pakistan Army against its 14-year-old ‘application’ :eek: demand for 35,521 acres which it wants to distribute among the heirs of martyred soldiers and wounded military personnel


The decision to allot 9,000 acres of lands in Garhi Yasin of Shikarpur district to Pakistan Army was taken during a meeting presided over by Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah at the CM House. The meeting was called to discuss this matter exclusively.


“Since the request has been made for the rehabilitation of martyrs’ Punjabi families and war-wounded military personnel,[*] therefore, this request must be honoured. Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif had personally asked for the allotment of the land.”

[*] Demographic Change :D in Sind Coming

After becoming army chief, General Raheel personally pursued the application.


Comment: After reading this piece, Zardari's outburst against Pak Fauj is very much understandable .

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 20 Jun 2015 19:47
by KJo
RajeshA wrote:
If anybody thinks of reactivating the dormant Indic genes of the Pakis, then this reactivation would not happen by showering of Indic love on Pakis, but rather by showing that Indics are more brutal and mean than those Pakis can ever hope to be. Show of love is considered weakness and invites only more abuse from the other.

Pakis need to be, proverbially speaking, flogged and beaten black and blue at the slightest provocation, and they need to be divested of all notions of any H&D in themselves. Pakis need to be made desperate and made to yearn for some little sign of pity and affection from India. Only then would "love" take root among Pakis.

This is Psychology 101 and all Indian policy makers should be aware of it.


You are right. One has to use different tools for different situations. With Nepalis, maybe love will work, also Sri Lankans. But of course, you have to make it clear that ytou have a giant danda. With Pakis, you just have to flog them, kick them and subjugate and enslave them into submission. Stamp out any bit of self pride in them and make them your ghulaam. Then convert them to Hinduism to get them on the right path again. This is the only way.

If one shows love, then they will just laugh and attempt to kick you. Gujral, MMS and other clowns made this mistake.

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 20 Jun 2015 19:49
by Avinash R
arun wrote:Sadanand Dhume writes an article titled “South Asia Bets on Prosperity” for the Wall Street Journal on India’s economic diplomacy on the Indian Sub-Continent and the risk that the Islamic Republic of Pakistan runs of acting contrary.

Dhume concludes by saying “India is slowly stitching together the rudiments of a South Asian common market. Unless Pakistan switches tack, it risks remaining stuck in a demented South Asian time warp while the rest of region begins, at last, to look more like sensible Southeast Asia.”:

South Asia Bets on Prosperity : As India steps up its economic diplomacy in the neighborhood, Pakistan risks falling further behind.


BBIN will be a game changer

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 20 Jun 2015 19:56
by ManishC
Nepalis are different - They imbibe Indian (Bollywood) culture AND Indian resources/market/education with no restraint. There is fair amount of "Indianness" in Nepali elite. However an underlying resentment in general populace (even Nepali army for that matter) is present against the big brother. Well meaning help or appearance of guidance causes reactions along the lines of "mind your own business".
For Nepal the best strategy is to work to keep China out and do nothing overtly noticeable at the govt level. JMTc.

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 20 Jun 2015 22:03
by Peregrine
‘Sidelining Pakistan will dash hopes of regional peace’

* Roundtable regrets recent statements by Indian policymakers against CPEC’s geographical trajectory

ISLAMABAD: Increased show off on the issue of Pakistan by India is detrimental to peace prospects in South Asia, participants said at Jinnah Institute roundtable titled ‘Opportunities and Challenges in South Asia – the UK Perspective’ on Friday.

Speaking on the occasion, participants noted that mounting anti-Pakistan rhetoric by Indian leaders was shrinking the space for peacemakers and peace constituents on both sides of the border.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s most recent statements against Pakistan in Bangladesh reflected New Delhi’s new provocative posturing. Despite the optimism of the meeting between the two foreign secretaries in Islamabad in March, and ceremonial telephone calls by Modi to Nawaz Sharif for Ramazan greetings, the current impasse between New Delhi and Islamabad continued to be a cause for concern. With the ceasefire in tatters, Indian policymakers were not only strategically indifferent to reconciliation with Pakistan, but also increasingly legitimising the use of sub-conventional warfare. Participants further agreed that reducing the bandwidth of the Indo-Pak dialogue process to the Lakhvi trials was a mistake, and left little room for optimism.

Participants agreed that the stability of Pakistan was linked to regional stability, and hoped that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would be a lynchpin of a more secure, prosperous and interconnected region. They also regretted recent statements made by Indian policymakers against the planned corridor’s geographical trajectory.

Modi was increasingly eschewing the bilateral route – his telephone call to Nawaz was part of a string of calls to Muslim leaders, and should not be read as a foreign policy initiative on Pakistan.

Given that major political parties in Pakistan on either end of the spectrum were all keenly sensitive to the idea of normalizing ties with India, participants observed that Modi’s turn towards hard conditionality was that the international environment as overwhelming favourable to India.

On the issue of Pakistan-Afghan ties, participants felt that the initial confidence that had been inspired by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani’s outreach towards Pakistan had begun to wane in the past few months.

A deadly summer offensive in the north of Afghanistan was costing Ghani increasing political capital, and each subsequent terrorist attack in that country only seemed to strengthen Kabul’s anti-Pakistan lobby.

On domestic terrorism, a few participants believed that the issue of extremism and terrorism needed to be tackled decisively not for the sake of appeasing India, but rather to consolidate Pakistan’s own internal security situation. "Should Read - Pakistan eschewing its International Terrorism in General and prepetrating Terrorism in India in Particular will consolidate Pakistan’s own internal security situation.

The roundtable was also attended by former foreign secretary Salman Bashir, Tariq Osman Hyder, Sarwar Naqvi, Talat Masood, Athar Abbas, Dr Rifat Hussain, Dr Simbal Khan, Mosharraf Zaidi, Hamid Mir, Zahid Hussain, Ejaz Haider, Naseem Zehra, Cyril Almeida and Arifa Noor.
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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 20 Jun 2015 22:36
by Falijee
PM Nawaz expresses resentment(he should apologize !) over power outages

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday reprimanded Secretary Water and Power Younus Dagha over power outages in several parts of the country.


Comment : The poor babu in turn will reprimand the assistant secretary and so on and so forth down the line- problem solved - :D Paki stye!... until the next time.....

He had sought a report and had directed the water and power ministry to immediately address the complaints.


Comment: sought a ..., reprimanded ......., address...... will not solve the problem; you cannot draw blood out of a stone! economics 101. power demand outstrips power supply ; generated power cannot be stored and then made available when demand rises

Dagha's report on power outages, which was submitted to the PM today, said that the water and power ministry was able to provide uninterrupted electricity to about 75 to 80 per cent of areas i[*] in the country on the first day of Ramazan.


Comment: [*] Madrassah Math at work here !

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 00:23
by Vipul
China banning Muslims from fasting in Ramzan is propoganda and US conspiracy!!!

Check from 11:57 onwards. Pakjabi nutcase Ahmed Qureshi says China has not banned the muslims from fasting on Ramzan, and has only asked the communist party members not to do so :D. He then tries to do say all is well by pointing out that china is supportive of muslims and is allowing churches and masjids to come up in the country. He says in the future there will be conspiracy to make muslims fight against China. Then of course goes to do the usual anti india coverage that he is paid to do by the establishment.

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 02:23
by Falijee
Fake Degree For A U.A.E Man From Famous Paki. I.T. Company - EXACT Costs Him DH - 250,000

Dubai: An Emirati, who unknowingly paid a quarter of a million dirhams for a fake online degree, has urged authorities to take action. :cry:

Gulf News interviewed Yasir Jamshaid, the whistle-blower who exposed Axact’s entire operation, and he said these universities particularly :eek: targeted GCC residents, many of whom were from the UAE.

The cost of each degree was around $4,500 (Dh16,515). However A.H.’s bill slowly accumulated to Dh250,000 after the universities kept on asking for additional fees for attestation and other services over a period of two years.

Towards the end, they told me that they will be transferring all my credits to the University of Atlanta. They said the university has offices in Emirates Towers’ 41st floor and they will be organising a graduation ceremony at Atlantis.”
Gulf News contacted Emirates Towers offices who said they don’t have any office under the university’s name. :shock:

Documents obtained by Gulf News show that of the 600,000 Axact shares, one is held by Shoaib Shaikh and another by his wife, Ayesha, while the remaining 599,998 shares are owned by [*]Axact FZ LLC in Dubai.


Comment: [*] Detective work needed by Indian sleuths to pin down the real (Paki) owner of this sham company

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 02:25
by RCase
http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2015/06/chain_of_help_to_terrorist_had.html

All road of terror lead to a Pakistani connection!

Portland man, Reaz Khan sentenced to 7 years and three months in federal prison for providing money for a suicide bombing in Pakistan. The jihadi was successful in the 2009 bombing that killed 30 people and injured an additional 300 at Pakistan's Intelligence headquarters in Lahore :shock: .

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 05:28
by sum
^^ Isnt he a freedom fighter for bravely helping in hallaling 30 terrorists and injuring 300 others in their own hideout?

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 07:14
by gakakkad
Towards the end, they told me that they will be transferring all my credits to the University of Atlanta. They said the university has offices in Emirates Towers’ 41st floor and they will be organising a graduation ceremony at Atlantis.” :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

looks like the ganduation ceremony can only be held in Hades .

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 07:26
by partha
http://www.wsj.com/articles/venezuela-oil-loans-go-awry-for-china-1434656360
Venezuela Oil Loans Go Awry for China
China Development Bank is on the hook as South American country struggles

When oil rich Venezuela is struggling to pay back Chinese loans, what hope is there for terror rich Pakistan? How is Pakistan going to repay the loans to be given for corridor projects?

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 12:18
by arun
arun wrote:
Peregrine wrote:Worst load shedding as Ramazan starts in Pakistan

KARACHI: Major cities in Pakistan plunged into darkness due to load shedding during Sehri on the first day of Ramazan.

Though Water and Power Minister Khawaja Asif on Thursday said no load shedding would take place during Sehri and Iftar hours, most areas of Karachi, Islamabad, Lahore and others cities witnessed worst load shedding during the first Sehri of Ramazan.

Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Gulistan-e-Jauhar, Federal B. Area, Sakhi, Hasan, Shah Faisal Colony, Jail Road and Malir were the most affected areas in Karachi.
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And just yesterday the Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan was ordering no load shedding during the prequel and sequel to the fasting period :lol: .

Funny lot these people from the Islamic Republic. Seem to think that peering earnestly at the camera and intoning sonrously is a substitute for honest hard work and will make the impossible magically happen :

No load-shedding during Sehri or Iftar, orders PM


Load shedding continues in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan despite stern lecture by that countries Prime Minister:

Spreading darkness: Protests over power outages continue into second day

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 12:24
by shiv
http://www.newindianexpress.com/magazin ... 873901.ece
India’s current strategy should be to keep Pakistan embroiled in such a way that its economy is adversely affected and it is unable to sustain the strategic parity that has existed over the years. It should draw Pakistan into an arms race at a time when its economy is entering a stabilisation phase and is poised to move into the growth paradigm. It should force Pakistan to spend more on defence and making waging war against India uneconomic and counter-productive.


+1

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 12:29
by Avinash R
Mawali Bakistani riding a Truck in Saudi Arabia and barking at Modi


Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 12:47
by Avinash R
arun wrote:Worst load shedding as Ramazan starts in Pakistan

KARACHI: Major cities in Pakistan plunged into darkness due to load shedding during Sehri on the first day of Ramazan.

No load-shedding during Sehri or Iftar, orders PM

Load shedding continues in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan despite stern lecture by that countries Prime Minister:

Spreading darkness: Protests over power outages continue into second day


India offered to sell cheap electricity to Bakistan, but no the mawalis don't want kafir electiricity, only electricity from other mawalis at exorbitant prices will do.

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 13:51
by Anujan
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/indi ... 754630.cms

What is the name of that Yoga Asana where you stretch your arms to the back? It can be used to strap on your suicide vest tight. See yoga has many benefits to everyone. Pakistan included.

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 14:20
by Rajdeep
partha wrote:http://www.wsj.com/articles/venezuela-oil-loans-go-awry-for-china-1434656360
Venezuela Oil Loans Go Awry for China
China Development Bank is on the hook as South American country struggles

When oil rich Venezuela is struggling to pay back Chinese loans, what hope is there for terror rich Pakistan? How is Pakistan going to repay the loans to be given for corridor projects?



They will export their "IT" products to China and once the Chinese learn the lesson the debt will be forgone.

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 15:09
by habal
650,000 security jobs from 8 gulf countries are being fulfilled by pakistani deobandi madrassas and it's high quality students. Vacancies are in police services of Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi etc. Only select madrassas and 'takfiris' need to apply.

Barelvis, Shias, Qadianis, Ismailis pls do not bother about it.

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 19:16
by Avinash R

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 19:22
by Avinash R

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 19:40
by ramana
Pothan Joseph was a real eminent journalist.

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 19:41
by CRamS
Anujan wrote:http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Pakistan-should-rethink-about-its-stance-on-Yoga-Prasad/articleshow/47754630.cms

What is the name of that Yoga Asana where you stretch your arms to the back? It can be used to strap on your suicide vest tight. See yoga has many benefits to everyone. Pakistan included.


AnujanJi, doesn't hurt for Ravi Shankar Prasad to say this, but I think his going out of the way, as have others in the BJP, to emphasize that Yoga has nothing to do with Hinduism is a tad defensive IMO. One doesn't have to aggressively say that Yoga has its origins in ancient Hinduism, but why be so defensive as to dis-associate it from any form of Hinduism? Let perverts and Paki 5th columnists in India like Aakar Ahmed Patel who cite "scholar" Wendy Doniger fart from their back sides.

Finally, whether or not there as much interest and hype about Yoga day around the world as there has been in India is irrelevant, but the very fact that this event will cause heart burn to TSP is good. Let it stay that way.

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 21:51
by A_Gupta
I think the point is that while Yoga is as Hindu as can be, doing the asanas doesn't turn you into a Hindu. Getting into the frame of mind that the asanas are an external manifestation of, will Hindu-ize you, at least a little bit. Consider it a conversion by stealth. Making the world safe for Hinduism. Otherwise it is just another physical exercise.

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 22:48
by A_Gupta
http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/opinion/21 ... r-patibulo
Dailytimes cr*p:
Those infatuated with Mr Modi’s performance in his previous political stint should understand that running a country is vastly different from running a state. In fact, on the economic front, the two are poles apart. Building bridges to nowhere might even kick start a small state’s economy but, on the national level, unproductive projects are a waste. Creating employment for millions every year and improving the quality of life of the masses, including the 60 percent or so living near or below the poverty line, is a tall order. Load shedding, lumbering State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) and a lack of investment are real problems in India as well. And exactly like Pakistan, while cheap oil might have improved the current account balance, long term policy decisions to increase manufacturing require urgent attention. All these facts disprove the fallacy that all of Pakistan’s ills emanated during military establishment rule. India has cultivated exactly the same ills — corruption, bad governance, inflation, poverty, load shedding and SOEs that run at a loss — in spite of being a democracy since independence.


I posted 3 comments, none of which passed moderation. The substance was

a. Modi's Gujarat has a GDP in nominal dollar terms that is 2/3rds that of Pakistan. Not a small state.

b. Modi's Gujarat has installed power capacity of 28,000 MW, Pakistan has only 23,000 MW of installed capacity. Not a small state.

c. Modi's Gujarat exported $75 billion in 2014; Pakistan, depending on whether you believe the World Bank or CIA World Fact Book exports $32 billion or $25 billion. Not a small state.

I don't think Pakistanis get it, nor will their media allow them to get it. The comments I posted were almost exactly like the above, not abusive or confrontative or such.

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 23:18
by A_Gupta
Accord signed with US firm for 55 diesel-electric locos
http://www.dawn.com/news/1189508/accord ... tric-locos

“Within three years or so, these locomotives would recover their cost Rs500 million per unit. The basic purpose to procure such high-capacity locomotives is to transport coal for coal-fired power plants under construction in Punjab.

“Some 40 of the new locomotives, 20 to 22 would be dedicated for Sahiwal, 10 for Jamshoro and the rest for other coal plants. The remaining 15 locos to haul freight trains to generate more revenue for railways,” said Mr Rafique.

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 21 Jun 2015 23:39
by A_Gupta
The Sahiwal Coal Power Plant best I can tell is "to be built near Chak No 76/6-R, Qadirabad" in Sahiwal district, on the Bari Doab Canal.
http://www.dawn.com/news/1120627

Can our aerial map gurus find the location and keep periodic tabs on it (say every six months) to better understand reality of Pakistan?

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 22 Jun 2015 01:16
by g.sarkar
A_Gupta wrote:I think the point is that while Yoga is as Hindu as can be, doing the asanas doesn't turn you into a Hindu. Getting into the frame of mind that the asanas are an external manifestation of, will Hindu-ize you, at least a little bit. Consider it a conversion by stealth. Making the world safe for Hinduism. Otherwise it is just another physical exercise.

In West Yoga means doing some Asanas and some pranayamas. In reality, Yoga was defined as " chitta vritti nirodha" by Patanjali; and as "Karmasukaushalam" by the Lord. I think it is Taqiyah to say Yoga is not Hindu.
Gautam

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 22 Jun 2015 02:00
by Falijee
A_Gupta wrote:Accord signed with USh diesel-electric locos
http://www.dawn.com/news/1189508/accord ... tric-locos

“Within three years or so, these locomotives would recover their cost Rs500 million per unit. The basic purpose to procure such high-capacity locomotives is to transport coal for coal-fired power plants under construction in Punjab.

“Some 40 of the new locomotives, 20 to 22 would be dedicated for Sahiwal, 10 for Jamshoro and the rest for other coal plants. The remaining 15 locos to haul freight trains to generate more revenue for railways,” said Mr Rafique.



[b]Firstly [/b] What happened to the second-hand Diesel Engines , earlier imported with much fanfare from Chini- blothers. are they already junk :D

Secondly No mention in the farticle how the deal is to be financed with the multi national US company

Thirdly and finally do they have the man and material expertise to see the coal powered plant to it's fruition in light of the present security situation in their mulk :-?

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 22 Jun 2015 02:14
by Falijee
120 People Die In Karachi In Last 2 Days; No Relief Possible From Heat Wave Due to Power Cuts ; Water Supply System Crippled Due to Power Outage

KARACHI: The scorching heatwave that has gripped Karachi since the start of Ramazan claimed the lives of more than 120 people till late Sunday night, according to health and rescue officials.

“So far, we have received over 50 dead bodies at Jinnah Post-Graduate Medical Centre (JPMC) since Saturday night,” said Dr. Seemin Jamali, head of the hospital’s emergency department.

Electricity cuts in turn crippled Karachi's water supply system, hampering the pumping of millions of gallons of water to consumers, the state-run water utility said.


An Edhi Foundation spokesperson said in the past 24 hours his foundation registered 150 dead at the Sohrab Goth Edhi morgue.


The high temperatures were made worse by frequent power outages, sparking protests in several parts of the city of 20 million.


Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has warned electric supply companies that he would not tolerate :roll: power outages during Ramazan, an official in Sharif's office said.


Comment: Short term solution : Decrease Demand ; Long term solution : Increase Supply ; Easier said than done :)

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 22 Jun 2015 02:30
by Falijee
Zardari - The Ghetto Politician

Shrewd Analysis By a Baki Columnist

THE cool cat is flustered. A grimace has replaced the perma-grin. Trouble is a comin’. But we have seen this Asif before.

Back during memogate; back when Haqqani’s conniving put himself and his boss in real danger; back when Zardari had to be flown off to Dubai and the country left wondering if it still had a president.


Back when things were different, when the transition to democracy was relatively new. Back then Asif recovered.

Husain was kicked to the kerb, Gilani stood his ground, Nawaz backed off, Kayani abided by the second-term deal and Pasha was made to drift into retirement.

Back then Zardari looked like the uber survivor and the grin soon reappeared. But this round is exposing the frailties.


In memogate, the repercussions were systemic and national — and therefore undesirable. So allies appeared and disaster was averted. In Sindh, the repercussions seem regional and specific — and seemingly desirable. And so there are no allies appearing.

:(

Comment: Zardari can still play Sind vs Punjab card ; he can still get mileage out of BB's murder ; interesting times ahead :D

Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - Apr 22

Posted: 22 Jun 2015 02:47
by Falijee
Pakistan Did Not Celebrate :( International Yoga Day

As the world on Sunday celebrated the inaugural International Day of Yoga, in Pakistan it remained confined to the premises of Indian High Commission in Islamabad with the staff of the mission along with other foreign diplomats in the country :) performing asanas.

The members of the diplomatic community in Pakistan and staff of the Indian High Commission performed various Yoga postures in the premises of the mission to celebrate the ancient Indian practice.


Pakistan had rejected visa to an Indian Yoga teacher who was being sent for preparations of events planned for the International Yoga Day. :mrgreen:


Comment : Why should they 'celebrate' Yoga, when it is clearly a 'Hindu' practice And not prescribed in the Holy Book :rotfl: