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Terrorist State of Pakistan : Media Digest

Postby Peregrine » 05 Nov 2018 12:35

Peregrine wrote:g.sarkar Ji

Surely IMF - WB will want ALL DETAILS of this Additional Loans failing which NO DICE!

How is I'm the Dim will manage the IMF - WB Loans without disclosing the Details of these Additional Loans?

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g.sarkar wrote:Peregrineji,
It will not have Eleven's contribution to General's retirement fund. That is state secret.
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g.sarkar Ji :

Aha!!! Phamous Terroristani Double Roti Accounting!

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Postby jaysimha » 05 Nov 2018 16:39

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https://tribune.com.pk/story/1840556/1- ... na-speech/
PTV apologises for 'typo' during PM's China speech
By News DeskPublished: November 5, 2018

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Postby rsingh » 05 Nov 2018 18:21

^^^
Looks intentional. BEGGING and BEIJING.

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Postby sudhan » 05 Nov 2018 18:22

Re: Begging @ Beijing

:rotfl:

You too, PTV? This is hilarious.. :mrgreen:

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Postby rsingh » 05 Nov 2018 18:25

:rotfl: :rotfl: There is always something.

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Postby anupmisra » 05 Nov 2018 18:47

Young fruit vendor looted by protesters says he only wanted to save himself and his donkey

The young fruit vendor who had garnered attention after his banana cart was attacked amidst the receding riots in the country last week, said on Monday that his main focus was to protect the donkey and himself.
The young boy was brought before the media by Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry where he revealed that amidst the chaos that he encountered with people ripping him off his livelihood, he only wanted to shield his donkey along with himself.


https://www.thenews.com.pk/latest/39001 ... ed-to-save

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Postby anupmisra » 05 Nov 2018 18:50

And now this!

Vegetables irrigated with sewage destroyed

During a crackdown, Punjab Food Authority (PFA) on Monday uprooted thousands of kilograms of vegetables cultivated with sewage and untreated industrial wastewater in Shahdra Town.
PFA destroyed different crops, including radish, carrot, spinach, beet and coriander during the crackdown.
He said the operation would be continued throughout Punjab against the vegetable being irrigated with untreated wastewater.


https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/389739 ... -destroyed

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Postby Bart S » 05 Nov 2018 21:49

Peregrine wrote:
Falijee wrote:The "Go-To" Recommended Hotel For Chinis Arriving In La-Whore :mrgreen:

There is a Chinese only hotel in Lahore
One More Step Towards Chinification Of Pakiland !

PS: Polk Flied Lice ? Donkey Chow Mein On The Menu

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Falijee Ji :

Wow - the Xinglong Is that the Chinese name for Terroristan? - is described as follows :

Lahore "Xinglong Business Hotel" (Chinese), Lahore's most comfortable Chinese hotel, adhering to the "safe, intimate, comfortable" service purposes, sincerely provide the best service for the Chinese in Pakistan, has been operating for many years, 24 hours Intimate service, located in the rich area of ​​Lahore, convenient transportation, safe and quiet armed security, reasonable fees, good food, large supermarkets nearby for shopping, professional Chinese chefs delicious three meals (free), air conditioning, high-speed wireless Internet, Chinese Satellite TV, 24-hour hot water, fitness equipment, KTV, snooker billiards room, standard room for passengers to choose from!
Does the "Intimate" Service Purposes refer to the Free Availability of "Baby Cats" for the Male Clients' Entertainment?

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^ You missed:
"rich area of Lahore" :((
"armed security" :twisted:
"Chinese chefs delicious three meals (free)" :mrgreen:
KTV (nothing odd about it but probably being used for said 'intimate service' by Paki ayeshas, going by the typical usage of the seedier KTV joins in East Asia)

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Postby rsingh » 05 Nov 2018 22:22

Lahore is going to be next Bangkok. Strategically positioned, lots of Chini clients and good pass-time for mullahs. Allah-o-Akbal

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Postby anupmisra » 06 Nov 2018 09:20

Fawad wants disruptive politicians sent to space
I am not kidding. From the land of the lunatics comes this insane suggestion.

Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Ahmed Chaudhry has said that Suparco should consign chaotic politicians to space and stop their return.
“There are some politicians who are creating chaos on the ground and should be sent to space.”
I will ask Suparco to ensure that once these politicians go to space, they could not return”
Fawad said that they are not in favour of censorship adding that they did not want to ban social media, including Facebook and Twitter.
Fawad said .... that the PM’s visit to China remained successful like the Saudi Arabian visit. :rotfl:
He pointed out that both the sides have agreed to do trade in Chinese currency, which will help reduce the burden on our foreign exchange reserves in dollar. :roll:
Fawad Chaudhry said Prime Minster Imran Khan truly loves Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) and has never even worn shoes while landing in Madina.
He further said, “The protesters did not leave a child fruit vendor nor a poor rickshaw driver. ...They stole bananas from a child and you can judge their moral standing from that.”


Think about this. All these pakjabi morons could have been Indians if djinnah had had his way. Thank god djinnah had a Plan B.

https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/390083 ... t-to-space

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Postby anupmisra » 06 Nov 2018 09:26

Here's dimwit meeting the Russian PM. Note the body language.

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Postby sudhan » 06 Nov 2018 19:47

anupmisra wrote:Fawad wants disruptive politicians sent to space
I am not kidding. From the land of the lunatics comes this insane suggestion.


https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/390083 ... t-to-space


Now who will take the trouble to inform this blundering bufoon that SUPARCO cannot send even a postal stamp to space? Let alone return without the said stamp.

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Postby Gagan » 06 Nov 2018 21:37

Haraam !!!!
Kafir, Sudhan, don't joo know that SUARCO has to simply replace "Dilli" or "Bambayi" from Hatf mijjile and type "ISPACE" and Mijjile will become Raakit.

SUARCO has to be car-e-fool when doing this as the spelling of ISPACE is similar to ISS, and sometimes Raakit will want to go to Internashnul Space Saiyara (ISS).
Wait till Bakistan makes Pakistan International Space Station - frantic work is going on along the wall outside GHQ.....

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Postby Bart S » 06 Nov 2018 22:32

sudhan wrote:
anupmisra wrote:Fawad wants disruptive politicians sent to space
I am not kidding. From the land of the lunatics comes this insane suggestion.


https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/390083 ... t-to-space


Now who will take the trouble to inform this blundering bufoon that SUPARCO cannot send even a postal stamp to space? Let alone return without the said stamp.


Well, this is the same idiot who claimed that a helicopter's running cost is Rs 55 (Pak Rs so about Rs 30 INR) per km.

And the same country where the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court believes that the formula for water is H20 (zero)

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Postby anupmisra » 06 Nov 2018 22:43

Bart S wrote:And the same country where the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court believes that the formula for water is H20 (zero)


Cheap Justice just invented/discovered a heavier h'drogen. Deuterium and Tritium are in serious trouble of being displaced. The new name for H20 will be Nisartium. Suarly, ten Nobel's are in order (and demanded) - one for each Deuterium.

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Postby rsingh » 07 Nov 2018 13:28

anupmisra wrote:Here's dimwit meeting the Russian PM. Note the body language.

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He enrolled in Keble College, Oxford where he studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics, graduating with honours in 1975.
(Wiki) :mrgreen: :mrgreen: Even Medvedev is surprised. Ah if it was Putin....

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Postby anupmisra » 08 Nov 2018 03:33

I just heard that pakjabi loins were beaten by a flock of flightless birds in the game of kirkit.

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Postby Neshant » 09 Nov 2018 10:48

Pakistani news broadcasters accidentally put the word "Begging" instead of "Beijing" when Imran Khan visited in Beijing.


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Postby anupmisra » 09 Nov 2018 17:56

Neshant wrote:Pakistani news broadcasters accidentally put the word "Begging" instead of "Beijing" when Imran Khan visited in Beijing.


Please don't blame a poor, semi literate program manager. Blame it on the "auto-correct" feature. Every time sometime types "Beijing" on their computers in pakhanistan, it auto-corrects to "Begging". Chini micro-chips control everything.

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Postby ArjunPandit » 09 Nov 2018 23:12

ISS in paki context sounds like ISIS to me

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Postby RCase » 10 Nov 2018 01:04

anupmisra wrote:
Bart S wrote:And the same country where the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court believes that the formula for water is H20 (zero)


Cheap Justice just invented/discovered a heavier h'drogen. Deuterium and Tritium are in serious trouble of being displaced. The new name for H20 will be Nisartium. Suarly, ten Nobel's are in order (and demanded) - one for each Deuterium.

1 TFTA Baki Hydrojinn Atim == 10 SDRE Hydrogen atoms onlee!

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Postby Bart S » 10 Nov 2018 02:10

ArjunPandit wrote:ISS in paki context sounds like ISIS to me


Pakistan being the original 'Islamic State', that is hardly surprising.

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Postby Vips » 10 Nov 2018 20:07

Was Imran’s visit to China a failure? Yes. Here’s why.

As Prime Minister Imran Khan returns from his trip to China, one thing is becoming glaringly clear: the Pakistani state is completely clueless regarding the larger objectives of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). To say that the prime minister’s trip was successful would be a flat out lie at this stage. What happened in Beijing is a learning moment for the government of Pakistan that I fear will be forgotten.

The purpose of this article is not to simply point out the ineptness of our government but to analyse exactly what happened, what the problems are, the harsh realities and then detailing what needs to be done to address them.Since it took office, the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) has repeated that it will try to renegotiate existing China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) contracts, as well as its terms and conditions.

It has also declared that it will demand that China realign CPEC to the government’s own goals and agenda. These claims have been popular with the educated support base of the PTI and even seemingly sensible people have bought into it.

But the problem with this is that, first and foremost, those in power fundamentally do not understand the conceptual framework of BRI, of which CPEC is a small portion. BRI spans about 60 countries over multiple continents and covers about 70 per cent of the world’s population in its design.
CPEC is a mere tributary within that large network. BRI consists of three overland and three maritime routes. So, in the larger scheme of things, Pakistan is just one of 60 countries China is working with to create potential for sustaining what President Xi Jinping refers to as the Chinese Dream.

Most BRI contracts are not between governments but instead between Chinese companies and state-owned enterprises (SOEs) to facilitate projects for the larger BRI initiative.

In that context, when the new government claims it will renegotiate contracts, as well as terms and conditions, it is forgetting to mention that it will have to do them with Chinese companies and SOEs, not with the Chinese government.

Secondly, because CPEC is an overland project, any arbitration that happens i.e. if the government were to try to renegotiate any contract in place, they will have to refer to the BRI court in Xi’an, which falls under Chinese law. That means either the government must engage a law firm to represent it on each contract it wants to renegotiate or try to contest cases itself. :lol:

Worse still is the fact that the government has practically no idea what it wants to renegotiate in the first place. That is the crux of the problem Pakistan faces: the state simply does not understand the conceptual basis of BRI or CPEC and, hence, cannot even define what it means.

What is BRI?
That raises questions no one seems to have addressed in discussions on this subject in Pakistan: what is the conceptual basis of BRI, and what is CPEC?To understand BRI, one must go back to President Xi’s speech in 2013 where he laid out the idea of Community of Shared Destiny. That is the basis of BRI.

This means that it is a framework under which willing partners enter the fold to help create a community that shares its destiny with China’s. herein lies what President Xi refers to as the Chinese Dream, which is essentially sustained growth for China through trade. :D

Thus, BRI is a framework to achieve the Chinese Dream via creating a community of countries that have tied their economic destiny to that of China. If China keeps doing well, so will everyone else in that community. Through BRI, Beijing is attempting to sign up partners who are willing to hitch their futures with its own.

Through market access, trade relationships and adopting Chinese cultural as well as business norms, China is hoping to create a community where everyone wins.And as China is doing the heavy lifting, it’s the senior partner and the countries that sign up for BRI are junior partners. At no point are the Chinese taking over and running the show. They expect junior partners in this relationship to do their bit to get their rewards.

And what is CPEC?
In this structure, CPEC is a mere cog in a giant wheel. CPEC consists of a series of bilateral agreements on projects. CPEC itself is nothing but an umbrella term used for projects that have the potential to feed into the larger BRI structure. The problem is the government seems incapable of comprehending this. The way it has so far approached CPEC — and this includes the last government — is as if it is a credit line or a bailout package.
As if Pakistan will walk over to China and demand money, China will hand over cash and Pakistan can get back to wasting it. That is not how CPEC works and that is what has happened now that PM Khan has gone to China. :rotfl:

Cold shoulder
Reporting from Chinese media has painted a completely different picture to the one presented by Pakistani media and the government mouthpieces.

The prime minister arrived in Beijing assuming he was there to talk tough, get a better deal and more money, but was taken aback when the Chinese firmly told him off by demanding Pakistan to fix its own problems and provide governance to its people instead of asking China to do so. :rotfl:

And while PM Khan oversaw the signing of 15 Memorandums of Understanding in different sectors, no specifics were presented in the joint communique at the end of the five-day visit where the prime minister essentially was dealing with his Chinese counterpart, Premier Li Keqiang, and his staff. This is essentially a cold shoulder for Pakistan that should worry the country. The closest ally has cooled off on Pakistan and is asking it to get its house in order first before making tall claims.

This visit was not helped by current Adviser to the Prime Minister on Commerce, Industry and Investment Razzak Dawood decrying CPEC projects on multiple occasions.

To sum up, because the government did not comprehend the conceptual framework of BRI and CPEC, Pakistan is in a mess where even its closest ally has politely told them off.

As I described earlier, the government needs to sit and absorb the the idea behind BRI and CPEC. Once the government understands this, then comes the hard part of facing the harsh realities we are dealing with. The first harsh reality is the nonsense myth that BRI is nothing without CPEC. That is false. :D

BRI is a massive initiative and CPEC, at best, is about 20 projects in different stages of completion among hundreds of projects.

Pakistan is not as important as it thinks. It has a convenient geographical location for China, but nothing more than that. There is nothing unique beyond its location that Pakistan can offer, and for that location, Chinese firms are willing to invest over $40 billion.

Chinese companies raise that money in their own country from institutions like the Silk Road Fund, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and the Export Import Bank based on guarantees provided with regards to project completion through contracts signed by the Pakistani government.
Pakistan owes that money to Chinese financial institutions and not the government — let’s be crystal clear about that. The Chinese government will also not waive that borrowing away because it is project-based debt financing.

Secondly, as the prime minister has been clearly told, China is not looking to adopt a country to run as its own. Beijing is not running a charity service for countries being run badly. It is looking for partners to create a Community of Shared Destiny. As explained above, China does play the role of senior partner who does the heavy lifting, but it clearly expects that junior partners will do their bit.

That means it expects them to create the right policy, facilitate Chinese business needs as well as provide guarantees for Chinese investment.At no time does BRI become a charity fund for a delusional leader’s misguided electoral promises.So far, the Pakistani government is failing to understand and fulfill its role as a junior partner.

There is no policy discussion, or even preparation, on how to use BRI framework for Pakistan’s benefit because the whole focus is on how much money is being debt-financed.That is not how a junior partner needs to operate. Where Pakistan is falling short, then, is its responsibilities as a junior partner.

Since there seems to be practically no understanding of BRI and CPEC, Pakistan is unable to benefit from this exercise.To counter this, the government needs to know that there will be no renegotiating existing CPEC projects. This myth needs to end now.Additionally, China has no incentive to align its vision and goals for CPEC to those of Pakistan. This is a delusional idea thought up as a political rhetoric device that is hurting Pakistan. People start believing delusions if you repeat them enough — and that is where we are at this stage.

More importantly, Pakistan needs to understand that BRI is a two-way street. It is not just things coming into Pakistan; it also means things can be sent out.

Through BRI, Pakistan can get market access to other countries — 59 in total — that are partners for BRI. That is a huge opportunity for Pakistani exporters and investors that is being ignored so far. The land and maritime routes being developed can also be used by Pakistani companies to export their products and services to those within BRI.For that to happen, Pakistan needs to discuss the visa facility granted to Pakistani tourists and businesses by the Chinese.A topic like this would normally be top of the list in any discussions on a bilateral agreement, but for some reason, this is lacking so far.

Pakistani businesses and tourists have serious issues getting access to China, while Chinese tourists and businesses get visa on arrival in Pakistan.This is basic, common sense stuff that is so far nowhere in any discussion.

Lastly, the government has to think beyond CPEC and understand how it can utilise BRI. They must learn to look beyond their immediate surroundings and understand the potential of this grand project to truly benefit from it. For that, committees will not do. The government should recruit people to specifically work on this and create a focused body that only deals with this. Until that is done, no real policy can be developed, let alone implemented. This is where the leadership seems completely dumbfounded at this stage.

The points I have made throughout this article are essential for Pakistan to benefit from BRI and CPEC. Starting from the conceptual understanding and then utilisation of the framework, those within the state machinery need to be informed before making statements about it.Unless that happens, the prime minister can expect to get a cold shoulder and even straining ties with the one ally Pakistan has that has helped us through thick and thin.

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Postby Mollick.R » 10 Nov 2018 20:18

It looks like the beggars are really on hungry stomach..................

https://www.dawn.com/news/1443813/pakistan-in-danger-of-missing-out-on-world-cup-warns-shahbaz

LAHORE: In a potentially alarming development for the national game already facing multiple crises, Pakistan Hockey Federation secretary Shahbaz Ahmed Senior on Monday feared that if the government does not release the grant of Rs80 million for the federation within a week, it will be tough for the PHF to field national team in the World Cup starting later this month.

“The PHF has directly written a letter to the Prime Minister Secretariat for the release of Rs80 million grant as the World Cup is around the corner.


https://www.dawn.com/news/1444385/pcb-cant-help-phf-mani-tells-tauqir

LAHORE: Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board Ehsan Mani on Thursday expressed board’s inability to bail out the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) from the ongoing financial crisis, newly appointed hockey team head coach Tauqir Dar revealed on Thursday.

Mani’s refusal was due to an audit objection against a similar grant issued to PHF in 2000 by the PCB which still remains outstanding.

However, Tauqir added that Mani assured him that in his capacity as the head of the prime minister’s task force for sports, he will ask the government to help the struggling national hockey body.

It is feared that the Pakistan hockey team will not be able to feature in the this month’s World Cup, set to be held in India, due to financial issues.

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Postby Manish_P » 12 Nov 2018 13:41

6 in 6 weeks

Karachi experiences yet another power breakdown

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Resident in various areas of the city, including parts of North Nazimabad, Civil Lines and Defence Housing Authority (DHA), were left without electricity as early as 5am on Monday morning.


Last month, the city experienced numerous spells without electricity. On October 24, Karachi faced the fifth breakdown within a month.

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Postby Manish_P » 12 Nov 2018 13:43

Mollick.R wrote:
It is feared that the Pakistan hockey team will not be able to feature in the this month’s World Cup, set to be held in India, due to financial issues.


Probably very scared of losing face in India too

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Postby chetak » 12 Nov 2018 14:28

Manish_P wrote:
Mollick.R wrote:


Probably very scared of losing face in India too


wasn't their kirket board going to help them out financially??

or are they broke too??.

maybe imran khan niazi could make another quick trip to "begging" for more loans??

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Postby Bart S » 12 Nov 2018 16:04

Manish_P wrote:
Mollick.R wrote:


Probably very scared of losing face in India too


At some point during this debate, they hint at the same, i.e though they don't have money, they can beg for it from somewhere and go to the tournament if they really want, but funding is just an excuse not to go.


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Postby Bart S » 13 Nov 2018 02:21

Not sure what a 'walima' is but here is Im the Dim, and the President of Pakistan attending the 'walima' of the son of the real head of state:

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Postby Guddu » 13 Nov 2018 02:28

rsingh wrote:^^^
Looks intentional. BEGGING and BEIJING.

BEJJING, there its now corrected.

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Postby Vips » 13 Nov 2018 05:08

^^ Walima means Reception, which in this instance is for the Charsi Dimmy has to come and gubo his attendance.

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Postby Kashi » 13 Nov 2018 05:27

Vips wrote:^^ Walima means Reception, which in this instance is for the Charsi Dimmy has to come and gubo his attendance.


Peerni seems to be missing though.

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Postby anupmisra » 13 Nov 2018 07:56

Pakis' world turned upside down. One of their own...

Zayn Malik reveals he's not Muslim anymore, leaves fans in shock

British-Pakistani singer Zayn Malik in an interview with British Vogue recently revealed that he doesn’t call himself a Muslim anymore.
"To be honest, I've never spoken publicly about what my religious beliefs are. I'm not professed to be a Muslim."
Some fans are in utter shock and some say that they saw it coming. The shock came because Zayn's father is a Pakistani Muslim and apparently, belongs to a Muslim family.
Malik recently released his new single, 'Fingers'


https://www.thenews.com.pk/latest/39288 ... stani-fans

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Postby anupmisra » 13 Nov 2018 08:02

Netherlands recalls staff after threats at embassy in Pakistan

The Netherlands recalled staff from its embassy in Pakistan following threats after providing shelter to the lawyer of a Christian woman in a blasphemy case, the Dutch foreign minister said on Monday.
“Unfortunately threats have been made against the Netherlands, Dutch diplomats,” Foreign Minister Stef Blok told national NPO radio. “I discussed the issue with my Pakistani colleague.”
The embassy briefly closed earlier on Monday and “a large number of staff” returned to the Netherlands, Blok said.
No one answered the telephone at the Dutch embassy after office hours on Monday.


https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-pakis ... M?rpc=401&

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Postby abhijitm » 13 Nov 2018 09:13

Gagan wrote:Haraam !!!!
Kafir, Sudhan, don't joo know that SUARCO has to simply replace "Dilli" or "Bambayi" from Hatf mijjile and type "ISPACE" and Mijjile will become Raakit.

SUARCO has to be car-e-fool when doing this as the spelling of ISPACE is similar to ISS, and sometimes Raakit will want to go to Internashnul Space Saiyara (ISS).
Wait till Bakistan makes Pakistan International Space Station - frantic work is going on along the wall outside GHQ.....

Kafir, don't be ambiguous. Be ispecific. It is not just ispace, it is 'Upper ispace'.

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Re: Terrorist State of Pakistan : Media Digest

Postby Bart S » 13 Nov 2018 19:46

Kashi wrote:
Vips wrote:^^ Walima means Reception, which in this instance is for the Charsi Dimmy has to come and gubo his attendance.


Peerni seems to be missing though.


They had enough tents already set up at the reception venue and didn't want another one.

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Re: Terrorist State of Pakistan : Media Digest

Postby sanjaykumar » 13 Nov 2018 19:56

Whoa :eek:

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Re: Terrorist State of Pakistan : Media Digest

Postby anupmisra » 14 Nov 2018 03:45

Expired meat recovered from Karachi eatery under probe over siblings' death

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"Hundreds of sherbet (squash) bottles that were a year past their expiry dates and around 80kg of rotten meat were found," Shaikh said. "Three-year-old meat was being served to the customers," he added.


https://www.dawn.com/news/1445374/expir ... ings-death

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Re: Terrorist State of Pakistan : Media Digest

Postby anupmisra » 14 Nov 2018 03:50

Orwellian!

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