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[9 Jan 2008 | 2 Comments | 1,116 views]

Ahmed Bashir
professional lawyer
one of the GOR-10 (the ‘terrorists’ captured from Justice Siddiqui’s residence)
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It was in the start of December that the concerned citizens of Lahore took upon themselves to protect the life and property of a brave and honest man, Mr. Justice M. A. Shahid Siddiqui of the Lahore High Court. Justice Siddiqui had received a notice from the registrar of the highest court of the province, of which he is still one of the highest officials, to vacate his official residence. Justice …

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[9 Jan 2008 | No Comment | 79 views]

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[8 Jan 2008 | No Comment | 191 views]

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[8 Jan 2008 | 3 Comments | 907 views]

by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky

Global Research, December 30, 2007

The assassination of Benazir Bhutto has created conditions which contribute to the ongoing destabilization and fragmentation of Pakistan as a Nation.
The process of US sponsored “regime change”, which normally consists in the re-formation of a fresh proxy government under new leaders has been broken. Discredited in the eyes of Pakistani public opinion, General Pervez Musharaf cannot remain in the seat of political power. But at the same time, the fake elections supported by the “international community” scheduled for January …

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[4 Jan 2008 | No Comment | 215 views]

This letter is written by Ghazala in contrast of her open letter to Benazir Bhutto on 2nd December, 2007. She is a daughter of late supreme court judge, Safdar Shah.
My Dearest Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto,
Somewhere in the Heavens
It has taken me three days to muster up the courage to write to you. When I wrote to you on December 2, it was because of the belief I had in you and the unrealistic expectations I had from you. When you returned on October 18 I truly and honestly felt that …

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[4 Jan 2008 | No Comment | 103 views]

We have barely managed to enter 2008 as a nation and the future looks so bleak that we are not sure whether there would be a Pakistan in 2009 or not.
Out of the last 6 hours, we have had electricity for only 1 hour. When I left home early in the morning, I was unable to have breakfast owing to lack of gas. This crisis is much bigger then any other political crisis going on. Industries are shutting down, businesses are suffering badly because of severe electricity, gas and …

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[27 Sep 2007 | One Comment | 364 views]

Water Shortage in Pakistan
* Millions thirsty
* Billions of Sq. Meters craving
* Billions of Electricity Connections
They all need water !
With the ever-growing population, we have the same number of dams with even decreased capacities and we have no projects in the pipeline.
Can we anticipate the future of Pakistan without water ?

Two years ago, Mr. John Briscoe, a senior advisor to the World Bank, warned the government of Pakistan that
the survival of a modern and growing Pakistan is threatened by (lack of) water. Pakistan has to invest and …

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[11 Oct 2005 | No Comment | 124 views]

A Whole Generation wiped out
Villages & Cities completly flattened
An earth quake of magnitude 7.6 has wiped out a whole generation in the northern areas of Pakistan. Many of the villages have been completely flattened because of the deadly quake and land sliding. The death tool as reported yet around 40,000 may get doubled as corpses are taken out of the destroyed structures. It is undoubtedly the worst earth quake , Pakistan has ever experienced. Many of the schools were destroyed completely when the children were there in the classes. …

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