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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What is Gilani's future?
Multan: Regardless of what political and legal experts say, one astrologist is confident that Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani will be safe, whether the verdict is guilty or not.
Renowned palmist, astrologist and numerologist MM Hussain said there were chances that the premier would be awarded ‘minor punishment’ but these . . . → Read More: Soothsayer predicts PM Gilani will stay safe and unharmed
ISLAMABAD: Under a heavy Islamabad sky, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and the legal team representing his accused son in the ephedrine drug scandal put on a brave face and defended their position on Monday: That the accusations against Ali Musa Gilani did not hold.
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Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani Wednesday said that the government had no intention to suppress the media by putting curbs on it, Geo News reported.
The Prime Minister was talking to a media delegation from South Punjab led by Ch. M. Yunus Ali who called on him at Prime Minister House here.
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