Archive for January, 2012
NEW DELHI: US special envoy for Pakistan and Afghanistan Marc Grossman said on Friday that the US would wait till Pakistan reassessed and re-evaluated the relationship between the two countries.
KARACHI: A sense of national duty prevailed over money as flamboyant all-rounder Shahid Afridi, after hitting the jackpot at the auction for the Bangladesh PremierLeague (BPL), confirmed that he will miss the Twenty20 tournament and instead turn out for Pakistan against England.
Pakistan’s pro indian pro american media is trying hard to entirly change the brave history of Muslim warrior and above video is another latest attempt, This program went on air through GEO=JEW TV Channel
Khabarnak Episode 18 December 2011
DHAKA: Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi was the hottest property in an auction held for the inaugural Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) Twenty20 tournament on Thursday, but English spinner Monty Panesar and former South African batsman Herschelle Gibbs failed to attract bids.
Mehdi Hassan the living legend of Pakistan , was considered one of the most successful ghazal singers of Pakistan He was born on July 18,1927 in a village called Luna in Rajhistan. He was classically trained in music by his father Ustad Azeem Khan and his uncle Ustad Ismail Khan who were both well respected classical musicians.
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court (SC) has suspended the legal licence of Babar Awan temporarily, Geo News reported. While announcing the verdict, the CJ askedPresident Zardari to get a new lawyer in Bhutto case other than Babar Awan as the SC would not hear the case till the president appoints a new lawyer.
They wanted foreign policy. Zardari gave it to them. They wanted extensions. Zardari gave them extensions. They wanted Haqqani’s scalp. Zardari presented that in a platter. What more do the generals want?
2011 was a bleak year for Pakistan — even by its own harrowing standards. My father, Governor Salmaan Taseer, was assassinated by his own security guard in January for his stand on Pakistan’s cruel blasphemy laws, and minorities minister Shahbaz Bhatti, the only Christian in the federal cabinet, was gunned down in March allegedly by the Punjabi Taliban for holding a similar view.