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Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Peregrine » 05 Dec 2017 22:42

Slightly Old, but, Interesting Article!

US proposes pact to establish deportation procedure of Pakistani citizens

ISLAMABAD: The United States has proposed that Pakistan formally sign an agreement aimed at establishing procedures to return Pakistani citizens who face deportation from the US.

Pakistan is expected to enter into first round of negotiations on an initial draft Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) proposed by the US.

The draft was recently handed over to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by US authorities, which has since forwarded copies to Inter-Services Intelligence, the Intelligence Bureau, and the Ministry of Interior for their comments “so that Pakistan could proceed further in negotiations”.

US laws provide that if an individual is ordered removed from the country but they do not have travel documents – which people facing deportation often deliberately ‘lose’ – the authorities cannot deport them back to their home country. The same applies if a person’s home country cannot be determined.

Half a million Pakistanis deported since 2012

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is required by the US laws to secure travel documents of the person ordered removed from the country before undertaking the process of physical deportation.

Simply put, it usually means ‘no passport – no deportation’. All Terroristanis prefer to practice this Method!

The draft MoU, available with The Express Tribune says that the purpose of this agreement is “to cooperate on the efficient and timely issuance of travel documents for Pakistani nationals ordered removed from the United States”.

It proposes a mechanism that DHS may forward any documents including valid or expired national passports, diplomatic passports, service passports, national identity cards, birth certificates, citizenship certificates, or emergency travel documents to Pakistani authorities as evidence to establish identity and Pakistani nationality of the person for the onward issuance of travel documents by Pakistan.

In case DHS cannot find any documentation, it may forward fingerprints in order to ascertain the nationality of suspected Pakistanis that face deportation.

0.2 million Pakistanis deported from Gulf States in 3 years

In response, the Ministry of Interior would issue travel documents for the individual within 30 days of the receipt of such requests.

In case the interior ministry determines that the individual is not a Pakistani national, it would notify DHS in writing within 30 days along with an explanation and any supporting evidence sufficient to prove this to ICE’s satisfaction, the draft MoU reads.

Once a deportee’s travel documents are provided by Pakistan, the US would immediately repatriate the person on commercial or charter flights. The MoU says that in case the US uses a charter flight to complete the removal process, the Ministry of Interior would grant approval for it to land in Pakistan.

The MoU says that both the USA and Pakistan would identify specific individuals in Islamabad and Washington as points of contact for the purpose of exchanging information under this MoU.

It adds that either party may discontinue activities under that MoU after providing 30 days written notice.

A senior Interior Ministry official, asking not to be named, said the proposed draft of the MoU was sent to the FIA, ISI, IB, and others for their input. He said the draft did not cover repatriation of Pakistanis imprisoned in the USA. He added that upon receipt of recommendations from the departments, Pakistan would suggest any necessary amendments or additions to the scope of the agreement.

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Postby anupmisra » 05 Dec 2017 23:51

Khawaja Asif hints at foreign policy shift from US towards China, Russia

the time had come to review the policy and shift its focus towards Russia and China.(merey aziz hamwatnon, ab waqt aa gayta hai)
revisiting the Islamabad's policy was the need of the hour
China lives next to us and we have a common wall. Russia can also be our good friend
Asif said the US has been Pakistan's biggest trade partner. "We have to convert our diplomatic outpost to trade outpost"
the US will have to see relations with Islamabad without the prism of Afghanistan
"We are trying to manage the situation and to turn the debris into hope."
We have direct and more stakes in Afghanistan's peace than any other country, he maintained.


All in all, a say-much-but-mean-nothing verbal diarrhea.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1374715/khawa ... ina-russia

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Postby RCase » 05 Dec 2017 23:56

kancha wrote:@DunyaNews

Habib Bank reports to FIA and SBP as hackers draw over Rs 10 million from ATM machines from across the country. Hackers reportedly belong to China.

They can blame it on Chinese hackers, but I am pretty sure that there were local Paki hands in this too. Never underestimate the innate scamming tendencies of Pakis.

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Postby Peregrine » 06 Dec 2017 00:36

anupmisra wrote:Khawaja Asif hints at foreign policy shift from US towards China, Russia

All in all, a say-much-but-mean-nothing verbal diarrhea.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1374715/khawa ... ina-russia
anupmisra Ji :

If One goes by the following :
anupmisra wrote:Cross posting from SeePak dhaga.

viewtopic.php?p=2234935#p2234935

Three CPEC projects hit snags as China mulls new financing rules

https://www.dawn.com/news/1374532/three ... cing-rules
Then I am sure that China WILL NEVER BE A SOFT TOUCH AS THE USA - no deal with the "Terroristani Haqqanis and their Ilk" who Plundered and Hijacked the USA's & NATO's Containers with Food supplies, Arms and Equipment especially Tanks, Heavy Artillery Guns, Refined Petroleum Products in Tankers etc. etc. & etc. I am positive that Terroristan's Armed forces and Political Leadership got at least "Half the Loot" - if not more.

Terroristan is the available to All Two-Bit Female of the Commercial Species and is quite adept at playing Both Ends to the Middle! We are in for Interesting Times! :twisted:

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Postby Peregrine » 06 Dec 2017 01:43

Nwaz and Dar have gone, but, BEGGING WITH A KASHKOL is in the Terroristani Blood!

If we knock on IMF’s doors - Shahid Kardar

IN an article (Nov 28) by this writer and Dr Hafiz Pasha, it was argued that the current account deficit, having ballooned to $1.2 billion per month, was painting a grim picture. Dwindling foreign exchange reserves would get squeezed further, unless large volumes of funding were available to finance a potentially massive gap for 2017-18. An outcome easier to hope for than for it to materialise.

Doing nothing and merely placing faith in half-hearted policy measures supplemented by more borrowing to stave off these pressures would be unsustainable, the recent flotation of bonds having bought us only a few months.

Our analysis had shown that contrary to the argument that categorising the present situation as a crisis exaggerated the extent of the problem, that the debt-to-GDP ratio was manageable and the present challenges were of a transitory nature, less severe than those of 2008. Any reference to a controllable debt-to-GDP ratio is irrelevant, being a stock issue, whereas we are confronted with the financing of a flow issue, the sheer need for liquidity of such magnitude.

Editorial: Fiscal Stress

We had argued that a speedy rebound in this deficit to more maintainable levels will necessitate sustained an annual increase in exports, along with a moderate increase in imports so that the 2016-17 trade deficit of $26.6bn is reduced significantly.

Several initiatives would have to be launched for achieving these results. To this end, we had earlier proposed measures to manage this transformation without having to resort to the IMF. And these efforts may still have to be accompanied by adequate amounts of external inflows for reserves to get back to covering roughly three months’ imports. All this will take some doing!

A delayed response, however, to address these stresses may well force us to knock on the doors of the Fund.

What would be the response of the IMF to such a request? As we tiptoe into the IMF’s parlour will we get a frosty reception? Or will the Fund choose the path of least resistance and endorse ad hoc, weird revenue-generating measures (instead of systemic reforms), senseless ways of squeezing expenditures and look the other way if we neither discharge nor recognise known obligations, as they did in the previous programme? Simply to show the achievement of some fictional fiscal deficit?

So, will the resultant programme be harsh and rigid or as benign in its design and stringency of execution as the previous one (over a dozen waivers were conferred to enable us to declare a ‘successful’ completion)?

The IMF is not likely to talk to a government with a remaining life of seven to eight months or the caretaker setup, especially when big moves supposedly have to be made to tackle the problem. It will negotiate only with a new government that has a mandate to run the country during the currency of the programme. What is not clear is the degree of appetite in Washington for a programme double the size of the previous one to finance a current account deficit of this scale.

However, one can visualise that this time around when the department within the IMF assigned to negotiate with Pakistan shares the contours of a new programme with other departments (the obligation of their internal review process), it could be hauled over the coals by the others. Since we would be accessing the window of the IMF so soon after the previous programme, institutional memory would still be reasonably fresh.

This department could face criticism for having painted a rosy picture, by giving assurances that the implementation of the previous programme had proceeded satisfactorily. In their defence, they, rather like the US generals accusing Pakistan for their failure in Afghanistan, can be expected to blame us for being a recalcitrant, untrustworthy partner.

Unfortunately, they are likely to get away with such an accusation given the sharp deterioration of fiscal and external accounts since the IMF programme ended last September.

They would argue that having used more than $5bn of the $6.2bn IMF money to defend the rupee we had raised $2.5bn through Euro and Sukuk bonds to repay the much cheaper IMF debt; although excessive global liquidity having contributed to the decline of the risk premium (lowering interest rates) on sovereign bonds of emerging economies also benefited us.

Cure or curse: Our perpetual dependence on the IMF

Our track record of abandoning 12 of 17 previous Fund programmes will endorse their claim that we are incurable non-reformers, and that we go back to our merry ways as soon as some semblance of macroeconomic stability is attained. It would be rational to presume that this department, to remain on the right side of all concerned within the institution, would prefer playing safe and readily accept the suggestions of others on the range and harshness of additional benchmarks and performance criteria.

This may well result in programme cluttering and overload, which could then be destined to fail within a year, unless we can convince the Fund that we should not be judged based on our past behaviour and demonstrate this through a level of commitment not experienced by them.

And such a programme could possibly include the following difficult performance criteria: a hefty adjustment in the rupee’s value, privatisation of at least one Disco (Fesco or Iesco) and flotation of an international invitation for bids for PIA’s privatisation — the latter two the unfinished agenda of the previous programme. Single-minded implementation of prior actions and measures will be essential. The other targets and performance criteria would, as argued, be expected to be somewhat more stringent than under the previous programme.

Since we’ll need the IMF’s Extended Fund Facility the quantum of funding would be restricted to our remaining quota, calculated as the difference between our cumulative maximum entitlement of 435 per cent of our quota (which can be raised to 500pc in exceptional circumstances) of approximately $3bn and the $6.2bn already drawn. It will also be instrumental in mobilising other donor funding.

However, lest we forget, the size and conditionalities of the programme would be critically dependent on the attitude of the key player in the Fund, ie the US.

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Postby Falijee » 06 Dec 2017 05:07

Balochistan On Boil :D

3 labourers killed in Balochistan's Harnai district

Three labourers were killed and another injured when suspected militants opened fire on them in Balochistan's Harnai district on Tuesday evening, Levies officials said.The firing incident took place in Naks area of Harnai district, the officials said, adding that the victims were repairing the railway track in Harnai when they were targeted by the miscreants. The same word - miscreants - was being used to describe their Islamic Bengalis brothers , in the erstwhile East Pakistan with deadly results, which Pakistan has yet to recover from . The "miscreants" ultimate aim is the same - azaadi for Balochistan :mrgreen:
As a result of firing, three labourers died on the spot while the injured was rushed to District Headquarter Hospital (DHQ) Harnai for emergency medical treatment.Initial reports suggested that the victims belonged to Balochistan's Zob district. The miscreants escaped unhurt after the firing. Whether like it or not, Pakistan is facing a guerilla war in Balochistan :mrgreen:
Levies and Frontier Corps personnel rushed to the spot and initiated an investigation into the firing incident.The incident comes weeks after the cold-blooded murder of 15 labourers in Balochistan's Kech district. When Balochi men are thrown down from helicopters, and their men, women and children are made to disappear , the "Balochi miscreants" will retaliate in this fashion !

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Postby Falijee » 06 Dec 2017 05:22

Revenge Of The Pashtuns Under The Civil Code Of Pashtunwali :roll:

6 killed in North Waziristan blast targeting army recruits

At least six people were killed and eight others injured after an improvised explosive device (IED) set off near an army vehicle in the Mir Ali area of North Waziristan, DawnNews reported on Tuesday evening.Initial reports suggested that the IED had been fitted to a motorcycle and its target was a military vehicle carrying three civilian candidates seeking recruitment in the army. Pashtuns are noted for their revengeful nature . The Pathans are fighting tooth and nail to oppose Pakistan's plans to incorporate FATA tribal agencies into KP province. And the fencing of the Durand Line, an artificial line which divides them from their tribal brothers in Afghanistan !
All three candidates, along with three other civilian bystanders, were killed in the blast. The injured have been shifted to District Headquarters Hospital (DHQ) Bannu for medical treatment.
Last week, at least five people, including the head of a peace committee, were killed and two others had been injured in an improvised explosive device (IED) blast in South Waziristan Agency. According to officials, peace committee commander Wali Jan Mehsud was on his way to attend a jirga along with his brother Ahmad Jan and tribal elders when an IED device went off near his vehicle in Spinkai at around 3.35pm on December 1.
“The vehicle was completely destroyed in the attack,” said an official of the local administration, adding that five people, including Wali Jan, died on the spot and two others suffered serious injuries.

Stay tuned ! Most likely more to come of the same :D

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Postby Falijee » 06 Dec 2017 05:35

Pakistan Military "Branches" Out Into Foreign Affairs And Calls It "Military Diplomacy" :roll:

‘Military diplomacy’ discussed in Corps Commanders’ conference: ISPR

RAWALPINDI – The Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Gen Qamar Jawed Bajwa who chaired the 206th Corps Commanders’ conference on Tuesday, “took the forum on board about his military diplomacy through his recent visits aboard and interaction with foreign dignitaries visiting Pakistan,” the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement.
The meeting comes a day after United States (US) Defence Secretary retired Gen James Mattis, in his maiden visit to Pakistan, told the country’s civil and military leadership that Islamabad needs to do more to combat militant networks operating on its soil, and urged Pakistan to “redouble” its efforts against alleged militant safe havens in the country. In normal countries , the Armed Forces do not poke their fingers into non-military matters. But then Pakistan is not considered a normal country anyway !
“Forum also discussed regional and internal security situation with specific reference to Afghanistan.”The forum, the communiqué said, concluded to continue efforts towards internal enduring peace while contributing towards peace in Afghanistan and the region.
It said that progress on the continuing Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad, enhanced security measures along Pak-Afghan border and recently initiated ‘Khush Hal Balochistan’ programme, which is aimed at stabilising Balochistan through socio-economic development and security, was also deliberated upon. Orwellian and Goebbelsian phrases abound from the mouth of the ISPR :mrgreen:

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Postby Falijee » 06 Dec 2017 05:42

The importance of "optics" , according to the Amreeki School Of PR- Giri :

Spotted something interesting on Secretary Mattis's lapel. He was supporting Pakistan and US flag pin. Never seen any US official with Pak flag on him before. :-?


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Postby arun » 06 Dec 2017 07:57

anupmisra wrote:Khawaja Asif hints at foreign policy shift from US towards China, Russia


...............{Rest Snipped}...............

All in all, a say-much-but-mean-nothing verbal diarrhea.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1374715/khawa ... ina-russia



The Mohammadden Terrorism Fomenting Islamic Republic of Pakistan will find that the extraction of jaziya from the Peoples Republic of China and Russia will be a much harder proposition than the Islamic Republic’s long time Sugar Daddy, the US. The Mohammadden Terrorism Fomenting Islamic Republic of Pakistan will find that as Kaafir Dhimmi's go, the PRC and Russia, are less prone to falling for Taqiyyah and look for a much larger return on investment.

Meanwhile the extraction of jaziya by the Mohammadden Terrorism Fomenting Islamic Republic will for now continue to remain difficult as the US seems presently to be unwilling to loosen her purse strings for her Munna aka Major Non NATO Ally:

Pentagon Has No Plans to Lift Freeze on Funds for Pakistan

Even after the Pentagon chief’s visit to Islamabad, the two sides remain at an impasse.

By Emily Tamkin, Dan De Luce | December 5, 2017, 6:01 PM

The United States and Pakistan remain at odds over Islamabad’s track record on countering Islamist militants near the Afghan border, and Washington has no plans to lift a freeze on a key reimbursement fund for the country, U.S. and Pakistani officials said Tuesday.

The Trump administration says Pakistan has not done enough to rein in the Haqqani network, which is blamed for lethal attacks in neighboring Afghanistan against civilians and U.S. and Afghan security forces. The impasse showed no sign of easing after a visit by Defense Secretary James Mattis to Islamabad on Monday.

“We did not talk about the Coalition Support Fund,” Pakistan’s ambassador to the United States, Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry, told an audience at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on Tuesday.

In July, Mattis suspended payments to Pakistan from the Coalition Support Fund, which the United States uses to reimburse countries for counterterrorism operations. The Pentagon said it would not resume payments until the defense secretary could certify that Islamabad had taken sufficient action against the Haqqani network and other militants who cross into Afghanistan from sanctuaries in Pakistan.

The following month, U.S. President Donald Trump threatened even further cuts to assistance to Pakistan over allegations its government harbored Taliban and other militant groups operating in Afghanistan.

In his talks with Pakistan’s political, military, and intelligence leaders, Mattis said Pakistan had a crucial role to play in promoting peace talks for Afghanistan and “reiterated that Pakistan must redouble its efforts to confront militants and terrorists operating within the country,” the Pentagon said in a statement.

Lt. Col. Michael Andrews, a Pentagon spokesman, said payments to Pakistan from the fund are still frozen, and that “Secretary Mattis has not yet made a decision on the certification required” by Congress to release the $400 million in counterterrorism funds for Pakistan in fiscal 2017.

Another $650 million in payments that Pakistan would have received for the prior two fiscal years have already been “reprogrammed and are no longer available to Pakistan,” Andrews said.

The suspension may not be lifted for six months at the earliest, when fighting resumes in the summer months. U.S. officials say they will not be able to assess if Pakistan has made progress and fulfilled its promises to prevent the Haqqani militants from crossing into Afghanistan until then.

The freeze on the reimbursement fund comes amid increasingly sharp rhetoric directed at Pakistan from the Trump administration, which has warned Islamabad it must take action against the Afghan Taliban and the Haqqani fighters who are able to regroup and rearm in safe havens in Pakistan.


From Foreign Policy:

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Postby Guddu » 06 Dec 2017 08:43

bakis ..involved in plot to kill PM May...
https://www.pressreader.com/uk/daily-ma ... 5126155783

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Postby anupmisra » 06 Dec 2017 09:52

London will remain open to talent from Pakistan: mayor
Ukstanis have been forewarned.

As someone of Pakistani heritage, I feel a deep affinity with the country and I’m looking forward to going back.
Brits and Pakistanis, Londoners and Lahoris, EastEnders and Karachiites alike
There is a huge amount we can learn from each other
By working together and sharing best practice, I believe London and Pakistan’s cities can speed up innovation, boost economic growth and development, and tackle some of the major challenges we both face — from air pollution and climate change, to good growth and jobs.
despite Brexit, London will always remain open to the world and open to business and talent from Pakistan.
there is now over £2.5 billion worth of trade between our countries
my aim is to ensure that London not only remains a top destination of choice for people from Pakistan, but that it becomes an even more attractive place to come to work, study or do business.
Many countries and cities are increasingly competing to trade with Pakistan and to access Pakistan’s great pool of talented people
So I’m going to be spending as much time as possible in Pakistan persuading and reassuring people looking to go to university abroad — as well as businessmen and women wishing to expand globally — that they should look no further than London.
I’m lobbying the UK government hard to ensure that any future system is flexible and works for Pakistani nationals who want to work, do business or study in our city.
I want more Pakistanis to be able to follow in the footsteps of Mohammad Ali Jinnah
:shock:

Sold down the river by Londonistan's own.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1374823/londo ... stan-mayor

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Postby anupmisra » 06 Dec 2017 09:57

CPEC’s difficulties
Editorial in Yawn.

THERE are growing indications that things are not going as well with CPEC as we are being told.
many of the projects considered central by Pakistan have suffered setbacks
the Chinese have developed new rules for approving financing for CPEC projects, and each of the latter will have to be resubmitted through the new procedures before financing can be arranged.
the enterprise is growing beyond the ability of the government to effectively manage.


More chinification is needed.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1374725/cpecs-difficulties

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Postby anupmisra » 06 Dec 2017 10:02

Guddu wrote:bakis ..involved in plot to kill PM May...
https://www.pressreader.com/uk/daily-ma ... 5126155783


But...but...but...this paki newspaper does not even mention the perpetrators' names or origins.

https://www.thenews.com.pk/latest/25272 ... may-foiled

Security chiefs stepped in amid fears the men were preparing to launch an attack to assassinate UK Prime Minister, arresting them at gunpoint.
two suspected men were conspiring to attack Downing Street

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Postby Falijee » 06 Dec 2017 16:18

Ex PAF Pilot Sues His Wheel Chair Ex Wife Activist For Bae- izzati :roll:

Defamation case: Ex-husband sues wheelchair-bound activist

Islamabad - Khurram Shahzad, a former fighter pilot of Pakistan Air Force, has approached a court against his former wife Muniba Mazari (related to Madame Jalebi of PTI "fame" ?) — for “blaming and bashing him for all her afflictions”.
Shahzad has filed a suit against Mazari in the court of additional district and sessions judge Muhammad Adnan on account of her libelous statements which are viral on the internet. The plaintiff has submitted that he belongs to a reputable family and he married Mazari on December 26, 2005, according to Muslim ritual. Is any other "ritual" permissible in Pakiland :roll:
He has contended that it was February 27, 2008, while the plaintiff was posted at PAF base Quetta and both were travelling from Quetta to their hometown while he was driving the car, when they reached near Jacobabad suddenly a donkey cart appeared on road and they met an accident in which defendant (Mazari) sustained serious injuries. Was he at the wheel. Was he overspeeding ?
He said that despite having the provision of free treatment available at military hospitals, he opted for the best medical facility for his former wife at the Aga Khan Hospital Karachi. Due to the severity of spinal cord injury, unfortunately, she could not be completely recovered rendering her wheelchair-bound for the rest of her life. “After recovering from this trauma, the plaintiff and defendant were upset because of not having any child. In the opinion of doctors, the defendant could give birth to a baby but it was agreed mutually to go for adoption. In order to strengthen their relation they adopted a baby boy on 12 April 2011 when he was only four days old and looked after him like their own real son,” Shahzad said. ( spouse considered a "baby making" factory :roll: )
Despite all earnest efforts of the plaintiff, unfortunately, the defendant started activities which he could not allow her. "The Control Over The Female " factor put in euphemistic words :mrgreen:
The petitioner said that she started visiting foreigners in diplomatic enclaves and embassies ( Wow ! The Bae-izzati factor !) with her brothers, whom the plaintiff had given shelter in service accommodation. ( the sifarish factor so common in Pakiland !) Similarly, she developed an interest in modeling, which was against moral, religious and social values and against the customs of plaintiff’s family. ( The Echendee factor so common in Pakistan :D )
“Being an esteemed officer of the defence forces, ( Bae-izzati factor again !) the plaintiff could not allow the defendant to continue such practices and eventually tried to stop her. The defendant instead of stopping, with her free will and choice left the house of plaintiff in September 2014 along with the minor adopted son,” he said.
He said that on March 6, 2015, she filed a suit for dissolution of marriage on the basis of Khulla. The plaintiff did not want to dissolve the marriage but she obtained Khulla from the court of Humaira Afzal of Islamabad and the suit was decree on June 12, 2015. ( Similar situation faced by Veena Malik - the actress cum super patriot of Pakiland !)[/quote]
He said that nowadays, defendant has become a popular artist, and during her media shows on different forums she talked wrongly about him and defamed him on different forums. Someone has to bring home the"bacon" the kebabs for dinner for the " single mom" :mrgreen:
Although, she herself asked for Khulla and by saying contradictory words now she has publicly has defamed and degraded the plaintiff. These contradictory statements are concealing the facts and the misleading public at large and have been very painful for plaintiff as well as his family. He has prayed to the court that a decree for the recovery of damages of Rs1,00,00,000 on account of libelous and baseless statements of the defendant against the plaintiff may be decreed in favour of the plaintiff. :roll:


"SINGLE MOM" AND HER FAMILY SUPPORTER'S RESPONSE AS BELOW :mrgreen:

Zulfiqar Ali Mazari‏
1/2 @muniba_mazari It’s men like these who let our Country and Society down. First left Air Force to do Commercial Flying and now sued #MunibaMazari for what.. to get Rs.10M? Looks like #AirBlue is not paying him as per his expectations. What an Unknown Greedy soul!

Muniba Mazari‏Verified account
I have just learnt about the case from the media and I have not received any formal court notice / Summons as yet. However, I have instructed my lawyer Hasan Mann to look into the matter. Thank you and God bless! :)

Financial woes for the Paki Mard , (aka as "an esteemed officer of the defence forces " ) seems to be the real reason for the lawsuit !!! Washing the dirty family shalwar in public media !!!

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Postby Aditya_V » 06 Dec 2017 16:27

But Adoption is illegal In Islam, how can the fortress of Islam allow it. Both should be wajib ul kattle.

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Postby Falijee » 06 Dec 2017 16:58

A Tale Of The "Kashmir Jihad" : From A Gulshan e- Ghazi Neighbourhood Of Karachi, To A Jail In India Is A Very Long Way !
POSTED IN FULL
Karachi family mourns drug-addict son’s journey to Kashmir jihad
Dec 5, 2017
Praveen Swami
Indian Express.

Late this May, as the month of Ramzan set in, Muhammad Amir Awan set out from his home in Karachi’s Gulshan-e-Ghazi, wearing the simple white robes of the pious, a sleeping bag on his back, hoping the journey would lead him to redemption. His mother had kissed him goodbye, unable to contain her tears; the youngest of four, he was her most troubled, but also most loved.
The lane from his home to the Jami’a Masjid Ghanim bin Abdulrehman led him past the kebab stall where he often hung out with friends; the street-corner drug-dealers he would score crystal meth and hashish from; gaggles of local gangsters.
“I prayed he would find God, I hoped he would leave drugs, and come back a man,” recalled Awan’s father, Muhammad Riyaz Awan, who retired early this decade after serving 28 years in the Karachi police. This month, the family learned that the son they have not met since May is in prison in India. Awan was arrested by the J&K Police last month, in the course of an operation which claimed the lives of three of his Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) associates, and is now in the custody of the National Investigation Agency (NIA).( Another LET "cannon fodder" caught by the Indian Authorities :mrgreen: )
Awan’s story provides new insights into how the LeT continues to recruit terrorists despite its ongoing effort to project itself as a legitimate political party. And preying, in the process, on Pakistan’s most vulnerable — in this case, from the crime-torn, underprivileged neighbourhood of Gulshan-e-Ghazi, or “Garden of Holy Warriors”.
Ever since his son disappeared, Muhammad Riyaz hasn’t left his home: long disabled by a stroke, his health has deteriorated sharply in recent months, the family says. Awan’s mother, Sunera Bibi, is also seriously unwell, and the family fears the loss of her son might aggravate her cardiac condition. This weekend, the sons held a feast for the poor in Gulshan-e-Ghazi, to invoke God’s blessings for their parents’ health.
Ibrar Awan, the oldest of Awan’s brothers, says the family last heard from him in May. “He called just before Eid to say he was in Punjab with a religious group. But he wouldn’t say where, or when he’d be back. I thought he was back on drugs again,” Ibrar Awan told Karachi-based sources who contacted him on behalf of The Indian Express. “This photograph of him you have shown us is the first news we’ve had of his whereabouts. We’re grateful he is alive, but don’t know what to do now,” he said. Family should be grateful !
From the account Awan has given to NIA investigators, which under Indian law is not admissible in court, ( unlike Jadev's testimony -obtained under torture- used against him by the Pakis !) his journey began days after he joined the Tablighi Jama’at at his father’s suggestion. The head of his group, Baldia cleric Qari Amin, introduced him to volunteers of the Falah-i-Insaniyat Foundation (FIF) — the charitable wing of the LeT, which is internationally proscribed, but operates freely in Pakistan. So, the father thought "refuge in religion" would "help" the youngster cure his drug infested life !
In the FIF — its network of ambulances and hospitals is active in Karachi — Awan was given growing responsibilities. The message didn’t stop with charity, though. Awan’s new friends told him of the LeT, and how, by joining jihad, he could redeem himself for his past sins. Like 26/11 perpetrator Ajmal Amir Kasab, who was a poverty-stricken, small-time criminal before joining the LeT, Awan was about to find a new calling. This story should be distributed to the western media !
After 16 weeks at the LeT’s Maskar Aksa camp in PoK, Awan was launched across the LoC on August 7. Within hours, the men who were with him were dead. Awan survived, and was arrested because he had left their safehouse above the village of Didikot to visit the neighbouring village. “He didn’t even draw his gun to try to fire. He just huddled in a corner, terrified we were going to kill him,” recalled a police officer present at Didikot. The son of a Hindko-speaking family who migrated to Karachi from the Hazara region in Pakistan’s Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, Awan grew up in a home with little interest in Islamist politics or jihad.
Though his father’s job opened the door to middle-class responsibility, illness and bad luck imposed great strains on the family. In addition to the parents’ illnesses, the Awan family’s second son suffered from a psychiatric ailment; none of the sons were able to complete school. The religious fundamentalists prey on such families !
Ibrar Awan, now 30 years old, earned enough as a labourer in Baldia’s factories to set up an independent home after he married. The third son, Ayaz Awan, who is 26, found work as a tailor. The two, together, cared for their parents, and their unwell brother, Sheraz Awan. Instead of choosing to work — let alone visiting local mosques to pray — the family says Awan spent his time on the streets of the highly criminalised Baldia Town, the municipality of which Gulshan-e-Ghazi is a part. In his early teens, he began experimenting with drugs; his friends included members of cartels targeting local businesses for protection money.
Large-scale drug operations provide income to Baldia gangs but also draw in a steady stream of criminal recruits, who need cash to pay for their habit. In 2013, 257 people were killed in a fire in a Baldia factory, allegedly set on fire by Muttahida Qaumi Movement-linked gangsters after the owners refused to pay protection money. Educator Maria Taqdees describes the young men she works with in Baldia Town thus: “I can see them changing a lot as soon as they turn 12. They begin copying Bollywood actors who play the bad guy in movies and start eating gutka and paan, smoking cigarettes and doing drugs.”
( Good case for banning Indian films from Pakistan to "get rid of this unislamic influences :mrgreen: )
The family’s pleading did little to change Awan’s ways, Ibrar Awan recalled, and they finally turned to the cleric Qari Awan. ( who was probably uneducated !) “He didn’t want to go, but my father said he would throw him out of the house otherwise,” Ibrar Awan recalled.
The proselytising mission the Awan family reached out for help was the Tablighi Jama’at, arguably the world’s largest religious order, which draws millions to its annual ijtema, or congregations. The group’s founder Muhammad Illyas Kandhlawi has disavowed politics, privileging jihad bin-nafs, or the struggle for conscience, over the jihad bin-saif, or holy war by the sword. Like other Tablighi missions, the one that left Baldia Town was to preach the order’s six principles of piety. (Ganja Sharif was a recent honoured guest and invitee at their annual congregation held in Raiwind . Was invited by a Malauna to "cure him of his recent depression" and fall from grace. Not sure it worked :mrgreen: )
Even though few Tabligh members hail from the LeT’s Ahl-e-Hadith sect, the group does have a dark side: key members of several al-Qaeda plots, including the 2006 plot to bomb transatlantic planes, the London 7/7 bombings, the Glasgow airport attack, and the foiled 2008 strikes in Barcelona, began their ideological journey in its ranks. Last year, Pakistan banned Tablighi preachers from operating on campuses. According to NIA officials, the fact that Awan had not fired on Indian troops in Didikot could count in his favour, though his possession of an assault rifle as well as his illegal journey across the LoC could ensure he spends a decade, or more, in jail. Like all other "foot soldiers" ( like Kasab ) caught by the Indians, the Pakis and the LET will disown him !

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 06 Dec 2017 18:06

"My Port Is Better Than Your Port" - Syndrome :mrgreen:

Why Chabahar can never outflank Gwadar Port

Pakistan has also made it overtly clear to China that Gwadar venture is purely based on shared economic interests. ( With China hogging 91% of revenue as per recent media reports :mrgreen: ) Strategists in Islamabad would not allow China to use Gwadar for military purpose ( Is not China already building a submarine base there- as reported :roll: ) as it could possibly hinder the economic uplift of the country.


Paki Angst on the Chabahar Port being operational is evident in the rest of the farticle :D


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Postby abhijitm » 06 Dec 2017 18:11

anupmisra wrote:London will remain open to talent from Pakistan: mayor
Ukstanis have been forewarned.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1374823/londo ... stan-mayor

:rotfl: ever since Mr Khan became mayor he is acting like London is an independent country and he is the PM.

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Postby Falijee » 06 Dec 2017 18:13

Does This Comment Not Show "Sadiq's Pakistaniyat" ! Why Is He So "Hyped Up" On His Visit To Pakiland. Are His Comments "Mayorly" :evil:

Pakistanis are welcome to live and study in London: London Mayor

"I love Pakistan and am aware of the challenges ( Is there an hint of a subliminal message here :mrgreen: ) faced by the country."

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 06 Dec 2017 18:32

Ummah Brother Saudia Tries To "Soften The Blow" In Their Attempt To "Stop Pakistaniyat In The Bud" :mrgreen:

Biometric verification for Pakistani pilgrims deadline extended by Saudi Arabia

ISLAMABAD: The Saudi government has extended the deadline of biometric verification for Pakistani Umrah pilgrims till 1st January, 2018.
According to private news channel Saudi Arabia highly respects the Pakistani people and wants to facilitate the Umrah and Hajj pilgrims from Pakistan. Past and current media reports emanating from the Islamic Republic Of Pakistan all complain that the Saudis practice a modern day slavery system in their own homeland , and the Islamic momeens from Pakiland are treated like dirt by their Saudi "brothers" :mrgreen:
The deadline for biometric verification for Pakistani pilgrims has been extended till 1st January to give Etimad company more time to set up its offices and make all preparations for facilitating the people who come for biometric verification.
All Pakistanis will get Saudi visas without biometric verification before 1st January.The Saudi government had declared biometric verification mandatory for citizens of Pakistan and some other countries from 30 October. Pakis flocking to all four corners of the world - mostly by illegal means - are facing the same "discriminatory" policies. Just recently a group of "hooligans" - on their way to a soccer match - decided to have a "bit of fun" at the expense of a PBUH gathering, being attended by Pakis in the Greek city of Athens :mrgreen:
It had given the contract of biometric verification to Etimad company ( which is controlled by Indian interest based in ME :mrgreen: ) which had only three offices in Pakistan due to which the visitors were facing a lot of difficulties. Angst that the contract was not given to a "Muslim Company" preferably a Paki one, even though the Islamic Bum is being provided to them. ! :mrgreen:

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby anupmisra » 06 Dec 2017 18:40

Falijee wrote:"My Port Is Better Than Your Port" - Syndrome :mrgreen:
Pakistan has also made it overtly clear to China that Gwadar venture is purely based on shared economic interests. ( With China hogging 91% of revenue as per recent media reports)


Correction (for paklurks, here's a heads up): Chinisthan gets 91% of the income (not revenue). That is: Gross Revenue minus Operating Expenses minus Debt Service minus mandatory Reserves minus Preferred Distribution (to the chinis, after all someone has to pay the piper) on their supposed invested capital. Ask your senator to get your gobermint of the day to clarify this and hire a non-sialkoty/jhangi accountant to verify this. What is eventually distributed as dividend to the chinis (@ 91%) and the pakis (@ 9%) is based on NOI. The pref. distribution to the chinis alone will keep the operating cash flow in red for years. (Any bankers in this thread, please confirm).

Read the fine print, pakis. Also, don't go on a real estate buying spree in londonistan or doobai, yet.

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Postby Falijee » 06 Dec 2017 18:42

POK Premier Sent On Massaland Trip - Free Of Cost - To Counter "The Powerful Indian Lobby" Based In USA :mrgreen:

India using so-called economic leverage to blackmail world powers over HR issues :roll:

WASHINGTON : “India is using its so-called strategic and economic leverages to blackmail western nations to ignore atrocities it is unleashing against innocent Kashmiris in the Occupied Valley, President AJK Sardar Masood Khan said.“Political expediency and mercantilism must not hold back responsible powers from their moral, political and legal obligation of responding to the well recorded and widely reported incidents of massive violations of human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK),” he said. The AJK President was speaking to South Asia experts at the Middle East Institute, a leading think-tank in Washington DC, which has invited him to speak on the current dynamics of the Kashmir dispute. Is Kashmir part of ME :roll:
The AJK President urged the international community, especially the United States to take notice of the gross human rights violations and make serious efforts to find a lasting solution to the Jammu and Kashmir dispute. The Paki line mouthed by the Paki based Premier !
Earlier, Ambassador Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry welcomed Sardar Masood Khan on behalf of the Pakistani American diaspora and commended him for his efforts to highlight and project the Kashmir issue at various international fora.The event was attended by notable Pakistani American and Kashmiri community members. Wined and [color=#0000FF]dined as well [/color] :roll:
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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby anupmisra » 06 Dec 2017 18:44

Falijee wrote:A Tale Of The "Kashmir Jihad" : From A Gulshan e- Ghazi Neighbourhood Of Karachi, To A Jail In India Is A Very Long Way !
POSTED IN FULL
Karachi family mourns drug-addict son’s journey to Kashmir jihad
Dec 5, 2017


Score 1 for Raa. Crafty move by Raa to engage Indian Express which contacted the captured paki's family (with a photo) and confirmed that there is hardly any "indigenous" Cashmeri involved.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Bart S » 06 Dec 2017 18:55

Falijee wrote:"My Port Is Better Than Your Port" - Syndrome :mrgreen:

Why Chabahar can never outflank Gwadar Port

Pakistan has also made it overtly clear to China that Gwadar venture is purely based on shared economic interests. ( With China hogging 91% of revenue as per recent media reports :mrgreen: ) Strategists in Islamabad would not allow China to use Gwadar for military purpose ( Is not China already building a submarine base there- as reported :roll: ) as it could possibly hinder the economic uplift of the country.


Paki Angst on the Chabahar Port being operational is evident in the rest of the farticle :D


The short article is worth a read in full, not for any of its ridiculous contents, but for an insight into the type of mind that can produce such illogical rubbish.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby anupmisra » 06 Dec 2017 19:03

Bart S wrote:The short article is worth a read in full, not for any of its ridiculous contents, but for an insight into the type of mind that can produce such illogical rubbish.


It is a feel good, commissioned article from The Slimes of Skummabad.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Kashi » 06 Dec 2017 19:07

Baki obsession with Chabahar could almost rival their obsession with Cashmere.

Hardly a few days go by before there is flurry of (f)articles on Chabahar vs Gwadar and why "Chabahar is not good enough".

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Bart S » 06 Dec 2017 19:46

anupmisra wrote:
Bart S wrote:The short article is worth a read in full, not for any of its ridiculous contents, but for an insight into the type of mind that can produce such illogical rubbish.


It is a feel good, commissioned article from The Slimes of Skummabad.


I can understand the need for feel good equal equal, but the article makes such ridiculous arguments as 'the port of Gwadar has infinite expandability because Pakistan has a 700km long coastline', so the question is how stupid does one have to be to feel good after reading such a specious argument? What kind of mind produces such drivel and what kind of minds eagerly consume it? One could say Malsi and 7th century, but I doubt those guys were that stupid either.

I suspect these guys could be evolving into a new species rather like Smeagol > Gollum.

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Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Peregrine » 06 Dec 2017 20:32

Pentagon has no plans to lift freeze on funds for Pakistan: report

WASHIGTON: The payments to Pakistan under the Coalition Support Fund are still frozen and the US Defence Secretary who was recently in Pakistan has not yet decided to issue the mandatory certification.

A spokesman for the Pentagon, Lt. Col. Michael Andrews, told Foreign Policy magazine that “Secretary Mattis has not yet made a decision on the certification required” by Congress to release the $400 million in counterterrorism funds for Pakistan in fiscal 2017.

Another $650 million in payments that Pakistan would have received for the prior two fiscal years have already been “reprogrammed and are no longer available to Pakistan,” Andrews said.

Despite back to back visits of the top officials of Trump administration including Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Secretary Defence James Mattis, Islamabad and Washington remain at ‘odds over Pakistan’s track record on countering militants near the Afghan border, and Washington has no plans to lift a freeze on a key reimbursement fund for the country, the report quoted U.S. and Pakistani officials as saying.

Although in talks with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Mattis acknowledged Pakistan’s efforts in countering militants but added that Islamabad ‘must redouble its efforts to confront militants and terrorists operating within the country’.

In July, Mattis suspended payments from the CSF, which the United States uses to reimburse countries for counterterrorism operations. The Pentagon said it would not resume payments until the defense secretary could certify that Islamabad had taken sufficient action against the Haqqani network and other militants who cross into Afghanistan from sanctuaries in Pakistan.

The report further added: “The suspension may not be lifted for six months at the earliest, when fighting resumes in the summer months. U.S. officials say they will not be able to assess if Pakistan has made progress and fulfilled its promises to prevent the Haqqani militants from crossing into Afghanistan until then”.

While the United States insists that the funds are tied to Islamabad’s support for counterterrorism operations, Pakistani officials continue to insist that payments should not be linked to specific conditions. Typical Terroristani Claim "We not work but you must pay!

“The Coalition Support Fund is an obligation the United States has, and it is for the United States to fulfill that obligation,” Pakistan’ s envoy to US Aizaz Chaudhry said. “It is reimbursement of the expenses. It’s not an aid package.”

Chaudhry suggested that India’s involvement in Afghanistan is worthy of censure, not praise. “It is the use of Afghan soil to increase instability in Pakistan that hurts us.”

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Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Peregrine » 06 Dec 2017 20:52

Falijee wrote:"My Port Is Better Than Your Port" - Syndrome :mrgreen:

Why Chabahar can never outflank Gwadar Port

Paki Angst on the Chabahar Port being operational is evident in the rest of the farticle :D

BartS wrote:The short article is worth a read in full, not for any of its ridiculous contents, but for an insight into the type of mind that can produce such illogical rubbish.
Bart S Ji :
From the Article : The cost and time to transport cargo trade to Iran’s Chabahar are ten times more than Gwadar as planned capacity of former with 300 to 400 million tons of annual cargo comprehensively outmaneuvers latter who has capacity of barely 10 to 20 million tons of annual cargo.
The Terroristanis are talking of 300 to 400 Million Tons Annual Capacity!
At present Karachi + Bin Qasim have an Annual Turnover of about 75 Million Tons!

The Stupidos are counting on may be 300 Million Tons of Crude Oil from PG to Kashgar in Xinjiang via Gwadar. Xinjiang Exports - by Pipelines - Millions of Barrels of Crude Petroleum and Billions of Cubic Feet of Natural Gas to Eastern China. Southern China is getting its Oil and Natural Gas Imported via Kyaukpyu "about 50-75 Miles South East of Sitwe - Old name Akyab!

It is next to impossible to have Pipelines for Oil and Natural Gas to traverse the Hindu Kush Range!

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby yensoy » 06 Dec 2017 20:55

abhijitm wrote:
anupmisra wrote:London will remain open to talent from Pakistan: mayor
Ukstanis have been forewarned.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1374823/londo ... stan-mayor

:rotfl: ever since Mr Khan became mayor he is acting like London is an independent country and he is the PM.


We should encourage Londonistan to do a Lexit from UK. Need to repay the favour of partition in kind.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby yensoy » 06 Dec 2017 21:03

anupmisra wrote:
Falijee wrote:A Tale Of The "Kashmir Jihad" : From A Gulshan e- Ghazi Neighbourhood Of Karachi, To A Jail In India Is A Very Long Way !
POSTED IN FULL
Karachi family mourns drug-addict son’s journey to Kashmir jihad
Dec 5, 2017


Score 1 for Raa. Crafty move by Raa to engage Indian Express which contacted the captured paki's family (with a photo) and confirmed that there is hardly any "indigenous" Cashmeri involved.


It's a Praveen Swamy article (of course there would be Pak based sources).

What is scary is that Terroristan is producing millions of feral male youth, dumbed down with islamiyat and poor nutrition, somewhere in the middle order in a family with 6+ children, with no attention from parents (who are old/disabled despite being only in their 40s) and ready to do anything to change things. Mullahs are only too happy to sign up these recruits for one way Jihad; governments are too happy to see these fellows "employed" or otherwise out of the country.

Trump doesn't need a wall. We do. The barbed wire fence won't be enough.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby sudhan » 06 Dec 2017 21:33

yensoy wrote:
Trump doesn't need a wall. We do. The barbed wire fence won't be enough.


+1

Thanks to generations of coujjin marriages, their IQ levels rival the most intelligent cabbages out there.. A quick fantasy laced speech from a convincing mullah about how doing his Islamic duty will guarantee heaven, is enough to send them across the border waving guns and frothing in the mouth..

I remember reading somewhere, that Kasab told the interrogators that he was told that the dead body of a Ghazi would sparkle like gold and smell of sandalwood.. Then he was shown the charred remains of his fellow ghazi.. must've been quite a shock for that pig..

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 07 Dec 2017 01:29

Fuel Imports Suspended By Pakistan Due To Low Demand For Same As No "Due Diligence" Was Performed When Decision Was Made To Switch To Liquefied National Gas (LNG)To Fuel Power Sector :D

PSO suspends fuel oil imports on LNG push
Reuters.

Pakistan State Oil (PSO) has suspended imports of fuel oil after an abrupt drop in domestic demand as the country turns to liquefied natural gas (LNG) to fuel its power sector, two company officials told Reuters on Wednesday.It is not clear how long the suspension will last but the country’s state-owned oil importer is expected to drastically cut fuel oil imports, one of the sources said, speaking on condition of anonymity as he was not authorised to speak with media. Another botched up job by the Paki Govt, just like the recently trumpeted and "so-called game -changer CPEC", where the details of the agreement is being released to the Aam Abduls bit by bit ( 91% of Gawadar Income will be "hogged" by the Chinis :mrgreen: ). Not to speak of the "brilliant strategy" by Ex FM Fraudster Dar , to build up foreign reserves by borrowing massively ! Now the chickens are coming home to roost. Chinis are suspending some projects and demanding implementation of agreed terms . The Paki Govt is "hunting" for massive long -term loans in the World's Financial Markets :mrgreen:
“It’s difficult to see demand (for fuel oil) recovering especially with two more LNG terminals coming up,” the source said.Pakistan built its first LNG import terminal in 2015 and a second terminal started up last month. Two more LNG import projects are expected to become operational in 2018.PSO’s fuel oil sales were down 9.4 per cent in the third quarter of this year from the same period last year while its LNG sales grew by nearly 50 per cent due to higher utilisation of LNG in the power sector, according to PSO’s financial results in October.“Fuel oil imports will have lower priority while LNG will be the main priority of the country,” the second company source said. Now Pakistan will have to wait a "few more decades" centuries to fulfill its promise to the Abduls that it is on its way to become an "economic superpower" by the next decade !
Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi had told Reuters earlier this year that Pakistan could become one of the world’s top-five buyers of LNG with imports topping 30 million tonnes by 2022, up from just 4.5 million tonnes currently. Talk is always cheap . But where is the money for buying the same :mrgreen:
Pakistan’s lower fuel oil demand, most of which is delivered from the Fujairah oil hub in the United Arab Emirates, has driven stocks of the fuel this week to a more than four-month high. Release the surplus in the Arabian Sea :D

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Postby Falijee » 07 Dec 2017 01:37

The Nation‏Verified account @The_Nation
7h7 hours ago

Time magazine names #MeToo movement as 'person of the year'
http://nation.com.pk/06-Dec-2017/time-m ... f-the-year … @TIME
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Hope Time Magazine has acknowledged the Paki Ayeshas contribution to the uplifting of the "empowerment of Pakistani women" specially exposing males such as Imran who was exposed for "lewd message" texting by fellow MNA Ayesha Gulalai, the Pathani girl. And congratulating the guardian of Paki females Ms Maryam Sharif , d/o Ganja Sharif ! :mrgreen:

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Vips » 07 Dec 2017 01:57

^^^ Its going to be real fun to see all the new power plants in Porkistan being commissioned. The increase in power generation capacity is going to be much more then the projected demand . We will see the old power plants producing power at a much lower rate being decommissioned to ensure the running of the new ones as these have been contracted for guaranteed offtake. The resultant hike in power bills will make the pakistani industrial production uncompetitive and the aam abduls and ayeshas reaching for the detonation switch in their shalwars/jackets as the power bills would be unpayable.

So looking forward to the fun times. :D

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby ramana » 07 Dec 2017 02:17

Pakis would have #WeAll movement as all are sex perverts.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby ramana » 07 Dec 2017 02:19

Trump has announced US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel capital.

We can expect Pakis in Krachi and Lawhore to blow themselves up this Fridin.

At same time a Paki general has called our bhai Ahmed Patel will become Gujarat CM if Congress wins.


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