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Postby Prem » 12 Feb 2019 04:00

After unleashing their Mouth and Mush potential globally , Paki will now launch and explore the Ycnonmic Pootential ?


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Postby Vips » 12 Feb 2019 18:53

Pakistan government offically sells adulterated oil.

In 2016, when the Honda motor company publicly alleged that petroleum marketing companies — including Pakistan State Oil — were selling adulterated petrol, petrol companies denied it, but HDIP later confirmed the allegations.


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Postby Manish_P » 13 Feb 2019 12:40

From yawn

Senate body slams PIA for sacking employees with fake degrees

A parliamentary body on Tuesday criticised the manner in which the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) management had dismissed seven pilots and 73 cabin crew for possessing fake degrees, saying rules were not followed for dismissal of services.


He argued that instead of terminating the service of staff possessing fake degrees, other disciplinary action should have been taken, such as demotion or stopping increments. :lol:

The chairman instructed the committee’s secretary to invite employees who had been removed from service and members of the PIA union to know their views on the matter.:rotfl:

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Postby Vips » 16 Feb 2019 03:28



Paki 'anal'yst passing gas on the (non)role of its Navy in the Indian Ocean.
Check at 0:57 they are mentioning Indian Ocean as Afro-Arabian Ocean :rotfl:

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Postby Peregrine » 17 Feb 2019 16:35

MBS visit: Everything you need to know

Salient Points :

1. Crown prince will leave country on Monday to travel to India, China, Malaysia and Indonesia

2. Expenses of visit to be borne by Saudi government

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Postby yensoy » 17 Feb 2019 17:27

Peregrine wrote: MBS visit: Everything you need to know

Salient Points :

1. Crown prince will leave country on Monday to travel to India, China, Malaysia and Indonesia

2. Expenses of visit to be borne by Saudi government

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Clown prince is more interested in adding a football team to his toy collection than in bailing out the Pakis.
This is what is at the top of his mind today: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-02-17/saudi-crown-prince-stepping-up-bid-for-manchester-utd-sun-says?srnd=premium-asia

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X Posted on the Terroristani Thread

Cash-strapped Pakistan rolls out red carpet for Saudi crown prince – PTI

ISLAMABAD: Amid heightened security, cash-strapped Pakistan on Sunday received Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, whose maiden trip to Islamabad was delayed by a day for unknown reasons.

Unease ran in the government circles in Islamabad that the Saudi prince might call off the trip due to security reasons after building up of tensions between Pakistan and India following a terror attack on soldiers in Kashmir on Thursday, according to officials privy to the developments.

But there was a sigh of relief when the Foreign Office announced on Friday night that the de-facto ruler of the Gulf Kingdom will arrive on Sunday.

A formation of JF-17 thunder jets and F-16 fighter jets escorted the plane of the Saudi royal after its entry into the Pakistani airspace. The crown prince was given a 21-gun salute upon arrival.

As Muhammad bin Salman, colloquially known as MBS, stepped down from the aircraft after landing at the Nur Khan Air Base in Rawalpindi, he was warmly welcomed by Prime Minister Imran Khan. The premier's cabinet members and Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa were also present at the air base to receive the Saudi guest.

In a break from protocol, the Pakistani premier personally drove the crown prince to PM House, where a welcome ceremony was held in his honour. MBS has a new Slave - A Terroristani Chauffer!

Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir landed at the air base ahead of the crown prince's arrival in a separate airplane. Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi was present on the tarmac to welcome his Saudi counterpart.

The crown prince was due to reach Pakistan on Saturday, but his arrival was delayed for a day.

No reason was given for the rescheduling of the planned arrival of the prince.

However, the duration of two-day was not curtailed, nor the meetings and investment plans.

Saudi Arabia on Friday said it stood with India's fight against terrorism and extremism and denounced as "cowardly" the attack carried out by Pakistan based Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terror group in Jammu and Kashmir that killed at least 40 CRPF soldiers.

According to official media, the crown prince is accompanied by a high-powered delegation, including members of Saudi Royal family, key ministers and leading businessmen.

This is his first official visit to Pakistan since his elevation to the position of crown prince in April 2017.

During his visit, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia will sign a number of agreements and MoUs in diverse sectors.

According to Advisor to PM on Trade, Razzak Dawood, agreements worth between USD 10-15 billion will be signed, including one about Saudi investment to build an oil refinery. The refinery once ready will help to save about USD 1.25 billion in imports bills.

The two sides will also set up an advisory council led by the crown prince and the prime minister of Pakistan to follow up the agreement singed so that they are implemented on time.

Special arrangements were made in Islamabad to accord a warm welcome to the prince and his entourage on their arrival.

Big portraits of MBS, King Salman, Prime Minister Khan and President Alvi have been erected on Constitution Avenue in Islamabad.

Banners and posters inscribed with slogans of Pak-Saudi friendship and fraternity have also been put on display along the roads.

A big portrait of the crown prince, 120 feet tall and 45 feet wide, was also installed on the parliament building.

Elaborate security arrangement were made and the routes leading to Red Zone where all important government offices and diplomatic missions were located was sealed for common public.

A four-tier security arrangements have been made for the prince. The outer most tier will be manned by police, the second by paramilitary Ranger, the third by the army and the fourth and inner most by the royal guards of the prince.

The prince will also use about 130 royal guards. A 235-member delegation of the Islamic Military Counter-Terrorism Coalition (IMCTC), led by Pakistan's former army chief General Raheel Sharif welcome to the prince and his entourage on their arrival. Big portraits of MBS, King Salman,

A holiday was declared for Monday to avoid tension for workers and students as more than 1,000 security check points were set up in the city and at entry places.

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Postby ArjunPandit » 18 Feb 2019 02:13

it seems that clown plince did come to saudi. he was treated like allah's gift to pakis. Bhikharis;..as if donald trump visited..

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Saudi crown prince begins Asia tour with $20 billion Pakistan investment pledge
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Sunday said Saudi Arabia has signed investment agreements worth $20 billion during his high-profile visit to Pakistan, where tensions were flaring up with nuclear-armed rival India.

Kicking off his tour of South Asia and China with a far higher Pakistan investment than expected, the crown prince said the $20 billion figure represents only the start of an economic tie-up that would bring the historic Muslim allies even closer.

"It’s big for phase 1, and definitely it will grow every month and every year, and it will be beneficial to both countries," said the crown prince.

"We have been a brotherly country, a friendly country to Pakistan. We’ve walked together in tough and good times, and we (will) continue."

But Prince Mohammed's visit is at risk of being overshadowed by Pakistan's growing tensions with India. Earlier this week a suicide bomber killed 44 Indian paramilitary police in the disputed Kashmir region. New Delhi has accused Pakistan of having a hand in the bombing and vowed to punish Islamabad, which denies involvement.

Cash-strapped and in need of friends, Pakistan welcomed the crown prince with open arms and in grandiose fashion, including sending fighter jets to guide his incoming plane once it entered Pakistani airspace.

Prime Minister Imran Khan and Pakistan's army chief Qamar Javed Bajwa greeted Prince Mohammed on the red carpet of a military airport in the garrison town of Rawalpindi, before Khan personally drove the crown prince to the capital Islamabad.

"Saudi Arabia has always been a friend in need, which is why we value it so much," said Khan, while seated next to Prince Mohammed. "I want to thank you for the way you helped us when we were in bad situation."

Saudi Arabia has in recent months helped keep Pakistan's economy afloat by propping up its rapidly dwindling foreign exchange reserves with a $6 billion loan, giving Islamabad breathing room as it negotiates a bailout with the International Monetary Fund.

Islamabad has shown appreciation by treating Prince Mohammed's trip as the biggest state visit since Chinese President Xi Jinping in 2015, soon after Beijing announced plans to invest tens of billions of dollars on infrastructure in Pakistan as part of China's global Belt and Road initiative.

The tour is seen as a attempt by the crown prince to rebuild his reputation after the murder of Saudi critic and journalist Jamal Khashoggi, analysts say. Many in the West blamed Prince Mohammed for the killing, which triggered the kingdom's biggest political crisis for a generation. He has denied being involved.

He had also planned to visit Indonesia and Malaysia during the tour, but those trips have been postponed, according to Malaysian and Indonesian officials.

In Pakistan, most of the agreements signed focused on energy projects, including a $10 billion refinery and petrochemicals complex in the coastal city of Gwadar, where China is building a port. Memorandums of understanding were also signed for investments in minerals and agriculture, Khan said.

The two nations' relationship has in the past centered on oil-rich Saudi Arabia backing Pakistan's economy during difficult periods, and in return Pakistan's powerful army lending support to Saudi Arabia and its royal family.

As the guardians of most holy sites in the birthplace of Islam, the Saudi royal family carries vast religious clout in Pakistan, a staunchly conservative and mainly Muslim nation of 208 million people.

"What is happening in this relationship is a renewal of Pakistan's commitment to help protect the royal family and the order as it exists in Saudi Arabia," said Mosharraf Zaidi, Senior Fellow at Tabadlab, a Pakistani think tank focused on global and local public policy.

"On the flip side, there is reassurance that Saudi Arabia will not only continue to serve as a strategic friend who will help shore up Pakistan's finances when needed, but it's also going to become a participant in the wider investment in Pakistan."

Prince Mohammed was also set to meet representatives of the Afghan Taliban militant group to discuss peace negotiations to end the 17-year civil war in Afghanistan, Pakistani government and militant sources said.

But that was unlikely after the Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said the group's planned meetings with Khan and U.S. officials in Islamabad were called off.


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Postby Vivasvat » 23 Feb 2019 08:41

Apologies if posted earlier(week old)

naPak faces fuel shortages.


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Kangaroo courts of Pakistan and the dictatorial nature of its Caliphs (Judges).

On July 21, 2018, Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui told the Islamabad bar that the army was dictating terms to the judiciary and that the current activism was nothing but a kind of “indirect” conduct of justice. He told the lawyers: “The ISI had approached Islamabad Chief Justice Muhammad Anwar Khan Kasi and said: We don’t want Nawaz Sharif and his daughter to be allowed to come out of the prison until the July 25 elections. Do not include Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui on the bench hearing Sharifs’ appeals.” Siddiqui stated in public that both the high and supreme courts were taking orders from the army. Needless to say, he was quickly dismissed from service through the Supreme Judicial Council.


The highly-regarded Justice Faez Isa, sitting on a Supreme Court bench with his boss, objected to the overly “activist” nature of the case they were hearing. Chief Justice Nisar lost his cool, walked out of the bench, and announced its “re-composition” by removing Justice Isa from it. Silent while this was happening, the other judge on the bench, Justice Mansoor Ali Shah, declared in writing that the chief justice was wrong in breaking the bench in mid-hearing.


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Old, but worth watching and spreading.


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPZLL3e-sYE

"Pakistan Intelligence Used Jaish For Bomb blasts In India: Pervez Musharraf"

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One of the ISI/Army 'anal'yst in extra hurry to get 72 hoors meet 72 sex starved mullahs.

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Postby Snehashis » 17 Mar 2019 16:23

Why India is anxious to have a war with Pak? Anchor Faisal Qureshi unveils the reality. Ulanbatori, you will love this one. :rotfl:


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Postby DrRatnadip » 18 Mar 2019 01:45

Snehashis wrote:Why India is anxious to have a war with Pak? Anchor Faisal Qureshi unveils the reality. Ulanbatori, you will love this one. :rotfl:


He is complete moron :evil: :evil:

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Postby UlanBatori » 18 Mar 2019 01:58

^^Assume u r referring to UB, Doctor saab? :rotfl:
Will some mullah pls post whiyar to send our comments as specified by the mullah on PakTube on this deep analysis?
Also a summary of the transcript. Web access for us is not what it used to be... since ISI and Chinese Loyalty Troops took away our Mobile Phones after Balakot-Chakote-Moobad (BCM).

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UlanBatori wrote:^^Assume u r referring to UB, Doctor saab? :rotfl:
Will some mullah pls post whiyar to send our comments as specified by the mullah on PakTube on this deep analysis?
Also a summary of the transcript. Web access for us is not what it used to be... since ISI and Chinese Loyalty Troops took away our Mobile Phones after Balakot-Chakote-Moobad (BCM).


Yak herder Sahib, here is the complete audio compressed to 3 MB.

http://www.mediafire.com/file/2h000pwf9 ... w.mp3/file

And here you can post feed-backs :

https://twitter.com/faisalqureshi
https://www.facebook.com/qureshi.faisal/

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Postby habal » 18 Mar 2019 15:57

terrorist state puppet minister (of army) issuing death threats

Sheikh Rashid Ahmad
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لوگ کہتے ہیں بلاول بچہ ہے،بلاول اگر بچ کر کھیلے تو اچھا ہے ورنہ سیاست میں مارا جائےگا


trans: people say bilawal is a child, well if he wants to live then he better be else he will be killed in politics.

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Postby UlanBatori » 18 Mar 2019 16:42

habalji: A brief transcript of the essence of above faisalqureshi gems would be of benefit to all these kuffar esp. sdre southerners who are ignorant of the Gem Of Languages.

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Postby habal » 18 Mar 2019 21:50

Kashif N Chaudhry
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JUST IN: Two Ahmadi Muslim physicians Dr. Aziz Ahmed Tahir & Dr. Iftikhar Ahmed murdered in Pakistan. Abducted from Islamabad, their bodies found today near Fatehjang. Remember them/families in prayers. Raise your voice against #AhmadiApartheid

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Postby habal » 18 Mar 2019 22:05

ubji,
faisal qureshi in fake salman khan accent
why did modi go to war ?
those countries with tremendous geographic importance are always coveted by neighbours.
singapore taken over by UK god knows how long back because it forecast importance of malacca route in Chinese economic growth.
subcontinent with united afpak, myanmar huge landmass which would rival china, so UK cut them down to size by dividing it.
India by itself has no value.
Only by cutting up pakistan into pieces can India regain importance.
Modi hasn't done this (warmongering) for election but for his nations future survival.
If pakistan is rock solid then, India cannot achieve this objective
But China, sleeping tiger, has waken up.
it has started one belt one road which will, inshallah alhamdulillah make pakistan 'rock solid'
all world wanted to invest in China but because of Indian designs things didn't work out.
but by releasing abhinandan next day we prove to world that we are not keen on creating wars and instigating trouble but we just want to trade and have peaceful relations.
bravo, well done us.

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Re: Terrorist State of Pakistan : Media Digest

Postby habal » 20 Mar 2019 21:53

Mubashir Zaidi
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A Bahawalpur college professor Khalid Hameed was murdered this morning by his student for organizing a Fun Fair and encouraging female students participation #Bigotry #Hate #Murder
@SHABAZGIL

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Mubashir Zaidi
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A Bahawalpur college professor Khalid Hameed was murdered this morning by his student for organizing a Fun Fair and encouraging female students participation #Bigotry #Hate #Murder
@SHABAZGIL
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