The abaya clad-women are perplexed for a moment when they stop by at a bookstall at the Ibne Qasim Park in Clifton on Sunday evening where Waseemuddin popularly known as Musharraf is appearing to publicise the bookshop that has put up the stall. He breaks into a broad smile as if he knows that they . . . → Read More: Living the double life
When the whole nation was geared up to brace military action against the Taliban, to the surprise of many, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in the National Assembly announced that his government would give peace yet another chanceby holding talks with the notorious insurgents.
If the decision of forming a four-member team to negotiate with the Taliban . . . → Read More: This is the era of democratization
Hasnat Khan, the heart surgeon who had a two-year affair with Diana, Princess of Wales, is caring for Pervez Musharraf.
The heart surgeon whom the late Princess of Wales called “Mr Wonderful” is being consulted over the health of former Pakistanimilitary ruler Pervez Musharraf, it has been revealed.
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Beleaguered former military ruler Pervez Musharraf is set to walk out of house arrest after Pakistan’s Supreme Court granted him bail in the Akbar Bugti murder case, his lawyers claimed Wednesday.
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These are our national level politicians. Please watch the video then laugh and then cry! Do we want them to take control of Pakistan and decide the fate of 180 million Pakistanis? Think when you vote!
In an article in The Express Tribune, March 19, 2013 Mr Yaqoob Bangash wrote;
“Thirdly, Jinnah himself gave the example of undemocratic government. Not only did Jinnah preside over cabinet meetings (remember Pervez Musharraf?), one of his first acts after independence was to dismiss the popularly-elected government of Dr Khan Sahib in the then-NWFP . . . → Read More: Jinnah’s support for Pakistan’s Constitution
This charming, droopy city needed new fire trucks not long ago, but, like many American municipalities today, couldn’t necessarily afford them. The mayor, a small-government Republican, dithered: to buy or not to buy? He turned to the natural choice for advice on running a Texan city: Pervez Musharraf, the exiled ex-president of Pakistan.
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