You have to stand guard over the development and maintenance of democracy, social justice and the equality of mankind in your own native soil. [Mohammed Ali Jinnah]

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Back in Pakistan, Sharif blasts Musharraf

Take look at what New York Times wrote after the arrival of Nawaz Sharif to Pakistan, one can distinguish the way they 'described' (especially the first paragraph) him as compared to other 'liberal' leaders of Pakistan.

As prime minister in the 1990s, Nawaz Sharif was a religiously conservative, nationalist leader who allowed the Taliban to flourish in Afghanistan and detonated a nuclear weapon despite an American plea not to.

Now Mr. Sharif is back in Pakistan after an eight-year absence, promoted by Saudi Arabia but seen by the Bush administration as a wild card who could complicate its support for the president, Gen. Pervez Musharraf. more…

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we must stand now! bohut ho gayee

ahhh judiciary :(

means the one who was responsible for providing justice is now himself in need of justice... though his office is a symbol of balance but it currently in others' hands...

1 dua


Imran Khan tears off his nomination papers

"I am tearing my nomination papers publicly because I feel that to even file my papers will be a betrayal of our judiciary. For the first time in 60 years history ... more

I dont know what to say at this decision !!!

Ali Ahmed Kurd files nominations to contest against Rasheed

RAWALPINDI: Ali Ahmed Kurd, an imprisoned leader of lawyers’ community, has filed nomination papers to contest elections against former federal minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed.

I wish if all icons of resistance would have filed their nominations against all such LOTAS :)

I found this pleasantly amazing news from the 'TheNews' but could not found anymore details than presented above. If any of you knows anything more than that then do tell me ...

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