On Sunday evening, Prince William arrives in Beijing at the start of a three day visit to China.
At state level, the objective is to promote brand Britain, and at a personal level, it’s an opportunity to talk about his abiding passion: elephant protection.
But three days is a long time in royal diplomacy . . . → Read More: The Prince’s uncomfortable tour to China
I remember reading an Urdu short story as a child based on Nazir Ahmad’s novel Mirat-ul-Uroos. The story was based on two sisters; the older sister Akbari was a spoilt child, bad tempered, negligent and poorly educated while Asghari was modest, educated and hardworking. While Akbari suffered after marriage due to her temperament, . . . → Read More: The end justifies the means?
One perhaps unintended spin-off of the dharnas episode has been the interest in the use of containers. There was the repulsive use of containers as obstacles to movement and as barricades against onslaughts by crazed mobs. This may catch on with government agencies and political parties but holds no attraction for the public at . . . → Read More: CONTAINER LIVING
This is not easily done. To even begin serious work on this project you first have to be a Prime Minister with a solid mandate. Then you need to have the covert support of a world power that is vested in this design. And lastly you have to be a very dedicated, hardworking individual, not . . . → Read More: How best to destroy Pakistan
Calling on the army to protect Islamabad, from dangers yet to be adequately defined, is no one-off affair. It is the latest addition to a pattern we have seen growing rather dramatically over the last three months: the army’s influence on the rise, its profile getting bigger, even as civilian . . . → Read More: Is PML-N Government digging it’s own grave?
Pakistan might lack a million sensible things but the one thing it has never run out of is political drama. As a nation we sure love our dramas – whether they be Turkish or home-grown, the murkier the better.
. . . → Read More: Slipping down slippery tongue slips
I found this post on a website, the original article was so biased and one sided but the comment below the article was so well researched and befitting! You can read the article if you like (from the website link provided) but you must read the comment which I have copy pasted here (I . . . → Read More: The twist in history by the twisted historians!
By Corrupt Keeray PAKISTANPAL’S BLOG
The autocratic elected Prime Minister of Bangladesh has decreed that BanglaDeshi citizens will not wave the flag of any nationality except Bangladesh at sports events. This Quixotic gag flag order comes after the largely Bangladeshi crowd was seen waving Pakistan flags at the T20 cricket match when the Pakistani team . . . → Read More: Sheikh Hasina Gone Mad: Ruining Bangladesh’s image as a hub of international sports
By Corrupt Keeray PAKISTANPAL’S BLOG
As expected the Taliban have shown their true colors and intentions. By refusing to free Shahbaz Taseer and Gilani they have tacitly admitted that they kidnap Pakistan citizens or have them kidnapped through their proxies. This implies that they are fully involved in the extortion and . . . → Read More: TTP’s latest ruse: “we will not impose Sharia by force”
Tahrik-e-Taliban Pakistan – Terrorists not “Islamic warriors”… why is the Pakistan Government trying to talk peace with them?
Hurrah! Lets celebrate! Lets sing and dance with joy! Lets all sing in praise of our blessed leaders… for they have found a way to bring peace to our terrorism infected country…. yay! Pakistan is on . . . → Read More: Peace talks without peace