Just within less than 24 hours of Dr. Manmohan Singh’s strange and dramatic U-turn from signing the Teesta Water Sharing Treaty with Bangladesh, Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami [HUJI]’s name has come prominently in the Indian and international media as the “main culprit” behind tragic bomb blast of September 7, 2011, which killed a number of lives in New . . . → Read More: What’s all The Cribbing About?
On August 14, 2011, Pakistan’s independence was not the only topic of discussion across the nation. A sensational nine-minute video of Aamir Liaquat, the managing director of Islamic channel QTV, surfaced online and threatened to destroy the reputation of one of the country’s self-appointed ‘religious experts.’ Liaquat has claimed that the video footage has been . . . → Read More: Aamir Liaquat – The Last Episode?
Is it always like it seems?
I was reading an article by that brave journalist late Syed Saleem Shahzad in Asia Times ( http://www.atimes.com/atimes/South_Asia/FG20Df05.html ) dated July 24, 2004 in which he wrote:
“Jundullah is a purely militant outfit whose objective is to target Pakistan’s pro-US rulers and US and British interests in the country. . . . → Read More: The Glaring Inconsistencies in Al Qaeda Coverage by Asia Times and Saleem Shahzad
The Supreme Court was informed on Wednesday that two missing persons, Masood Janjua and Faisal Faraz, had in fact been killed by al Qaeda six years ago.
Additional Attorney General for Pakistan Karim Khan Agha told a three-member bench headed by Justice Javed Iqbal that the data gathered from laptops in possession of Masood Janjua . . . → Read More: Missing persons killed by al Qaeda, SC told
KARACHI: Federal Interior Minister Abdul Rehman Malik Tuesday revealed that a total of 58 outlaws, accused of carrying out target killings in Karachi and a number of extortionists, have been nabbed, including those who possess more than 500 mobile phone SIMs, Geo news reported.
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The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has decided to summon Railways Minister Haji Ghulam Ahmed Bilour regarding obliging pilgrims for free Hajj and misusing the quota of last year’s Hajj arrangements, which have cost two federal ministers their jobs, officials said on Sunday.
Bilour has misused his Hajj quota and accommodated close to two dozen pilgrims . . . → Read More: Minister summoned over irregularities
Said Kumaraswamy expressing his anguish, as his efforts to bring “corrupt practices” of the Yeddyurappa-led BJP government did not yield expected results
JD(S) State President H D Kumaraswamy, who has been levelling corruption charges against Yeddyurappa, said it was impossible to practice politics without corruption. “The two (politics and corruption) have become two sides of . . . → Read More: ‘Impossible to practice politics without corruption’
The Supreme Court on Monday reprimanded the police for allowing the car race in Bahria Town, Rawalpindi, that claimed five lives on December 5. The court observed that the event had been held in violation of the Motor Vehicles Ordinance 1965. . . . → Read More: SC orders arrest of realtor’s son, others involved in Car race tragedy