Gilani must have resigned on moral grounds, true.
But why should an American journalist make him ‘look her in the eye’ and state there is ‘enough’ evidence to suggest that the al-Qaeda leader is in Pakistan?
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This is a really great video on the other face of Pakistan, not the bad side. Hope you take the time to watch it.
. . . → Read More: The unseen Pakistan
Most robots are built rigid and will break under strain–their durability and resilience is more or less dictated by the amount of stress their material components can withstand before breaking down. But a soft robot–one that lacks a rigid structure–could do all sorts of things, like change its shape and method of movement or survive . . . → Read More: SoftBot- the flexible robot
Lahore (Urdu: لاہور, Punjabi: لہور) is the capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab and the second largest city in the country. With a rich and fabulous history dating back to over a thousand years ago, Lahore is no doubt Pakistan’s cultural capital. One of the most densely populated cities in the world, Lahore . . . → Read More: Mega Cities: Documentary on LAHORE
Once an isolationist communist state, over the last 20 years China has become the world’s biggest exporter of consumer goods. But behind this apparent success story is a dark secret – millions of men and women locked up in prisons and forced into intensive manual labour.
. . . → Read More: Video: China’s state sponsored slavery
Pakistan’s U.N. Ambassador Abdullah Hussein Haroon speaks with CBS News’ Pam Falk about the deadly Haqqani terrorist network based in Pakistan, which has been blamed with bringing a new level of violence to the Afghan insurgency; and the souring of U.S.-Pakistan relations.
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The US has been putting unprecedented diplomatic pressure on Pakistan to sever ties with militant groups operating in Pakistan ever since the September 13th terrorist attacks on NATO and American targets in Kabul. Yesterday Admiral Mike Mullen called the Haqqani Network a “veritable arm” of Pakistan’s intelligence agency. Pakistan has been denying the charges.
. . . → Read More: Haqqani Network and Pak-US Relations
The United States brings every year hundreds of students and professionals of different fields from around the world including Pakistan under different cultural and educational exchange programs. Thousands of Pakistani students and professionals in different fields have so far benefited from training, scholarships and fellowships offered by the US institutions.
. . . → Read More: US Sponsored Teacher Training Program