Monday, October 31, 2011

Birth of a New Bhutto in Lahore

Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) protagonist Imran Khan has rocked Lahore with a mammoth throng of cohorts at Minar-e-Pakistan, and has emerged as a new Buhtto in country's history.

Imran Khan gathered the same audience in terms of numbers and social background as Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto did about four decades ago. It is some thing the establishment and specially President Asif Ali Zardari shall worry about.

Tum Kitnay Bhutto Maro Gay
Har Ghar Se Bhutto Niklay Ga

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Zardari hires MQM's Rental Rally Services

President Asif Ali Zardari hires MQM's Rental Rally Services to counter PML-N's "Go Zardari Go Movement". The Mutahida Qaumi Movement has leapt to Zardari's defence, while Zardari's own party the Pakistan Peoples Party ended up trailing round its coalition partner. 

The Sindh Government lifted a ban on public rallies and processions in the metropolis for two days in order to pave the way for the Muttahida Qaumi Movement to hold a "Pro-Corruption Rally" to voice its support for Zardari and criticise the Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz for "using foul language and derogatory remarks against the office of the President".

Sindh Provincial Minister and MQM Leader Raza Haroon said that all Pro-Corruption Elements would participate in the event organized by MQM.

Saturday, October 29, 2011

India sent chopper to unearth secret Helipads

India sent a helicopter to unearth secret Helipads and to take the Aerial Snaps of troops deployment of Pakistani Forces.

On 22nd October, 2011 at 1 PM an Indian Helicopter was on reconnaissance mission and violated Pakistani Space in the Kargil Sector in Gilgit-Baltistan. The pilot did not care the Line of Control and crossed the border with a view to carryout to take the snaps of troop’s deployment of Pakistani Forces.

Indian Helicopter forced to land on a secret Helipad of near the Line of Control. 

According to an Indian Newspaper, Government sources have expressed pleasure over the discovery of secret Pakistani Helipads near the Line of Control because Global Positioning System (GPS) was present in the chopper. 

It shows the cleverness of Indian Army that, how they have got awareness of the presence of Helipad near the border area where the copter was asked to land by the Pakistan Air Force.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Gilani creates Ministry of Good Governance

Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has created a new Ministry for Good Governance and termed it a move to improve governance.

In a move that highlights the tenuous, if not entirely severed, link between governance and this government, Prime Minister Gilani has created another new Federal Ministry.
"In order to ensure Clarity in Role, Integrated Service Delivery and Efficiency in Administering the Federal Administrative Function after implementation of the Eighteenth (18th) Amendment, restructuring has been done and a new Ministry for Good Governance has been created by the Prime Minister in Terms of Rule 3(2) of the Rules of Business, 1973," the statement issued by Prime Minister’s Secretariat said.

It was not clear how much additional expenses the exchequer will have to bear as a result of the decision taken at a time when the government claims to be trying to reduce expenses in view of the financial problems the country faces.

However, what is clear is that, the Government is busy creating jobs – for itself.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Brave Pakistani bestowed with Highest Saudi Civil Award

Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah has bestowed the Highest Saudi Civil Award on Brave Pakistani, Farman Ali Khan, who had laid his life to save fourteen (14) others from drowning during torrential rain flooding in Jeddah couple of years ago.

Saudi government has, posthumously, not only bestowed the Highest Saudi Civil Award on Farmaan Ali but also named a highway
, Shahrah-e-Farman Ali Khan, after him.

This valourous countryman who has now come under a heroic spotlight forever is a martyr as he during those drastic floods gave life to as many as 14 of his fellow countryman but lost his own in the end.

Farman, thirty two (32), belonged to Swat and left a widow and three daughters. He lived in Saudi Arabia for 6 years and returned to Pakistan two times. Farman given the award after thousands of Saudis campaigned for a road to be named in Jeddah after Farman.

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Ismail Abrehani - The lone ranger of Pakistan's Junagadh State

Junagadh & Manwadar, the offshore states of Pakistan were invaded and occupied by India soon after their accession to Pakistan. But Ismail Abrehani, a Senior Minister of Junagadh State, was the lone ranger who refused to accept Indian occupation and kept struggling for the independence of Junagadh from India.

During the partition of British India in 1947, the princely states were given a choice of acceding to either India or Pakistan or remaining outside them.

On 15th September, 1947, Nawab Muhammad Mahabat Khanji III of Junagadh, a princely state located on the south end of Kathiawar peninsula, chose to accede to Pakistan, because Junagadh adjoined Pakistan by sea.

However, Indian Government was bent upon on swallowing Junagadh and had decided and made full fool-proof preparations to do so?

On the 25th of September the so-called unlawful "Aarzee Hukumat" was formally formed with Shri Saamar Das Gandhi as President. It may please be noted that this relative of Mahathma Gandhi was not even a resident of Junagadh.

Secondly, the Government of India had decided a day earlier Indian Armed Forces and the Armies of the States in Kathaiwar should be suitably dispersed around Junagadh. This clearly shows that preparations to attack Junagadh commenced even before the formation of the so-called unlawful Civilian Provisional Government of Junagadh. It was a deliberate act of provocation on the part of the Indian Government.

As a part of the preparation for the invasion against and occupation of Junagadh, the Government of India constituted a "Kathiwar Division" of the Indian Army with Brigadier Gurdial Singh as the Chief with Rajkot as Headquarters. Besides, three War Ships were anchored at the port of Porbander and eight Tempest War planes were stationed at the Rajkot Airport.

Mangrol and Babariawad were two states under the suzerainty of Junagadh. The Goverrnment of India covertly through Indian Army and overtly through a Civil Adminstrator took over the two states on the 1st of November 1947. The Government of India took over by force Sardargadh a neighbouring town of Bantava and then it captured Bantva on the Eid-ul-Azha Day whilst the Muslims were peacefully praying in mosques.

Junagadh was occupied on the 9th of November 1947 at 6 PM by the Indian Army led by Brigadier Gurdial Singh. Thus, from that day Junagadh became de facto India's whilst being de jure Pakistan's.

Immediately after the take-over of the state, all Muslim Officials of the state were put behind bars. They included Ismail Abrehani, who had taken the Instrument of Accession to the Quaid-e-Azam for his signature. Abrehani refused to leave Junagadh, even when he was offered in jail the option of going to Pakistan, saying that despite its occupation Junagadh was part of Pakistan according to International law and he preferred to remain. He stayed and later died in Junagadh.

Salman Butt contacted Imran Khan before Fixing

Salman Butt’s disclosure before a British Court that he was in touch with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Chief Imran khan while bargaining for gambling amount stunned the nation.

A British court has taken up match fixing case against Pakistani Cricketers. The accusation was highlighted when a London newspaper ‘News of the World’ released a video of Mazhar Majeed wherein he admitted to match fixing and payment of heavy amounts to Pakistani Cricketers.

During the court proceedings when Salman Butt was asked as to who he was talking on a telephone when cricketer Wahab Riaz wearing a jacket given by Mazhar Majeed stuffed with thousands of pounds sterling entered, he replied he was in contact with Imran Khan.

Moreover, Butt's lawyer Ali Bajwa QC told the court that some Pakistan numbers in the phone records during this time corresponded to calls Butt made to family, friends and former players including Imran Khan.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Gaddafi, who called his opponents rats, killed like a rat

Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, who called his opponents rats, was "killed like a rat" during a final rebel attack on his birthplace, Sirte. 

The toppled Libyan leader was captured from a drainage and was badly wounded in both legs and shot in the head as rebels backed by NATO attacked a convoy fleeing the coastal town of Sirte, it was claimed. 

Gaddafi was dragged out of the sewage pipeline was taken beaten up mercilessly and ultimately shot to death although some voice could be heard advising not kill him - finally ending the last remnants of his fourty two (42) year hold on Libya.

Libyan National Transitional Council (NTC) official Abdel Majid Mlegta said Gaddafi was captured and wounded in both legs at dawn today as he tried to flee in a convoy which NATO warplanes attacked.

Update 25th October: Libyan National Transitional Council buried Former Dictator Muammar Gaddafi at an unknown location at dawn today.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Nawaz joins Mirza and calls MQM a Pioneer of Terrorism

Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) Chief Nawaz Sharif has joined Zulfiqar Mirza's "Turth-League" and said that terrorism in Pakistan started when the Mutahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) entered politics.

Nawaz Sharif said the MQM would have to make it clear if they wanted clean politics or terrorism through their armed wings. 

Moreover, MQM Senior Leader Haider Abbas Rizvi has acknowledged Nawaz Sharif’s statement and said terrorism in Pakistan started during the era of General Zia-ul-Haq, i.e. the same time when MQM was founded.

Monday, October 17, 2011

Railways eat 30 Locomotives per year : Bilour

Railways Minister Ghulam Ahmad Bilour said that Railways requires thirty (30) locomotives per year in its diet, i.e. to keep its kitchen running. And if the Government Bailout Package is not be released soon, then the number of locomotives would not have decreased to the current level.
"If the money was released and digested at proper time, then the crisis would not have escalated to this level" Ghulam Ahmad Bilour said.

Bilour added that Railways
required thirty (30) locomotives on yearly basis in its diet, i.e. to keep the (Minister's and the Railways Top Brass's) kitchen running.

Bilour’s statements come as employees of Pakistan Railways are protesting against the non-payment of their salaries and less opportunity of blacking-tickets and diesel-stealing due to less number of trains.

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Saturday, October 15, 2011

Royal Rumble in Pakistan's Parliament

Royal Rumble broke out in Pakistan's Parliament and distinctly non-parliamentary language filled the air. This unsavoury clash between the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) and Mutahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) legislators revived memories of similar transgressions in the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). 

Royal Rumble between PML-N legislators and MQM members broke out during a fiery speech by Opposition Leader Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, who launched an attack on MQM and demanded that Dr Zulfiqar Mirza bring his briefcase of evidence against the MQM to parliament rather than taking it to London. He also demanded a debate on the charges made against the MQM.

Things got worse with the PML-N MNA’s Abid Sher Ali and Hanif Abbasi and some MQM MNAs almost coming to blows.

No buyers for PTI Special Tsunami Ticket in Sahiwal By-Poll

Not a single candidate applied for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Special Tsunami Ticket in Sahiwal By-Poll. The candidates feared that PTI Ticket will bring Tsunami Waves from river Sutlej and sweep across their lands.

The seat was vacated following the disqualification of former Pakistan Muslim League Quaid (PML-Q) MPA Pir Walayat Shah Khagga in fake degree case.

At least twelve candidates contested the By-Poll in constituency PP-220. However,
Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz's Khagga has won the By-Election by securing more than fourty thousand votes.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Rehman Malik awarded Doctorate in Lieology for discovering Apple-Banana Theory

Federal Interior Minister, Senator Abdul Rehman Malik has been conferred an Honorary Degree of Doctorate in Lieology by the University of Karachi.

Sindh Governor, Dr Ishratul Ebad Khan, who is also the Chancellor of the University of Karachi, conferred the degree on Senator Abdul Rehman Malik.

The degree has been awarded by the Syndicate of Karachi University in recognition of his "famous apple-banana theory and particularly for turning the city of Karachi into pieces."

Rehman Malik who did his Masters in Statistics in 1973 from the University of Karachi, said that at that time they all considered themselves as Pakistanis, but now there are Sindhis, Punjabis, Balochs, Pakhtoons, Muhajirs and Kashmiris and no Pakistani. 

He said that there is a no need to foster the spirit of ‘Pakistaniat’ any more. 

Those who attended the special convocation also lauded the services of Rehman Malik.

Stop Work to Save Energy

The Government of Pakistan has decided to "Stop Work" in an effort to deal with the energy crisis. In a special cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani deliberated on a number of recommendations, including minimal working hours, multiple weekly offs and early closure of businesses to improve load management in the country.

The special committee on energy headed by Finance Minister Dr Hafeez Shaikh briefed the meeting on the current situation.

The cabinet decided to introduce minimal working hours, two weekly holidays in Government Offices and Banks and closure of markets after sunset.

According to sources, an increase in the prices of electricity and gas was also decided during the meeting.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

CM Sindh waked up after three months and visited flood affected areas

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has waked up after three months of continuous sleep. Visiting flood affected areas after a longish sleep, he said that government was making all out efforts to provide assistance to flood affected people in Sindh.
Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah further said that "I have a dream of a comprehensive project in which affected growers would be provided seed and fertilizer free of cost."

He said that directives had already been issued to concerned officials to drain out the stagnant rain water from the agriculture lands without any delay so that growers could be able to cultivate the crop.

The Chief Minister said that he was visiting the flood affected areas of the province along with technical experts to ensure immediate rehabilitation of the flood affected people.

Monday, October 10, 2011

Punjab to hire mosquitoes in Dengue Brigade

To overcome much feared Dengue Epidemic, that is haunting every citizen in the Lahore, the City District Government Lahore has decided to hire Dengue Mosquitoes in Dengue Brigade. This yearly drive will not only keep the Dengue Mosquitoes busy, it will also add more sting to the Pakistani Law Enforcement Agencies, insiders informed. 

They said that according to annual schedule the hiring campaign was to start formally in the mid of the September but delayed due to sluggish attitude of the authorities despite the special directions from the Punjab Chief Minister who directed CDG authorities to launch campaign before scheduled time keeping in mind the disastrous situation of Dengue Epidemic this year which claimed lives of hundreds of citizens.

Brilliant Butt to continue as PCB Chairman : President's Spokesman

PCB Chairman Ijaz Butt will continue in his role for an indefinite period, i.e. until Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari, who is also the Patron of the PCB, decides otherwise.

Butt, whose constitutional three-year tenure has already ended, left for Dubai to attend the ICC's executive board meeting, putting to an end speculation of an immediate removal. "The matter of the extension of his tenure is under consideration," told President's Spokesman Farhatullah Babar. "As per the normal practice in our Governmental System, anyone whose tenure ends can carry on with the President's consent". 

"So, he can continue his good work for an indefinite period of time."

Butt's tenure, though, has been plagued with controversies, including the armed attack on the Sri Lanka team in Lahore that resulted in Pakistan being denied the chance to co-host the 2011 World Cup, the spot-fixing scandal (and the problems with the ECB in its aftermath when Butt made controversial accusations against the England Team), Zulqarnain Haider's fleeing to the UK mid-way through a tour after receiving threats from bookies and, most recently, a much-publicised clash with Shahid Afridi.

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Hakoomat Main Aana, Hakoomat Se Jana, Lahoo Garam Rakhnay Ka Hay Ik Bahana : MQM

Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) has announced to rejoin Federal and Provincial Cabinets. This was announced by the Governor Sindh for All Seasons Dr Ishrat-ul-Ebad Khan.

Dr Ishrat-ul-Ebad said that it was a difficult political decision but we boldly saw it fit to make a comeback in the greater interest of the country and especially to keep ourselves busy.

Hakoomat Main Aana, Hakoomat Se Jana
Lahoo Garam Rakhnay Ka Hay Ik Bahana

He said that as usual the country is passing through very critical phase and MQM is ready for every "sacrifice" in the larger interest of the country, i.e. including rejoining the Government.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

The Day I Wished I Could Fly

The day I wished I could fly
Beyond those mountains through the sky
I can hear their screams and their cry
 Beneath the rubble thousands lie
Hope we can give a fruitful try
Otherwise thousands will die
The day I wished I could fly

Six years ago, on 8th October 2005, 03:52 GMT, a Magnitude 7.6 Earthquake occurred in Pakistan, leaving near hundred thousand (100,000) dead and millions homeless.

It was a major earthquake with its epicenter at 34°29′35″N 73°37′44″E, about Nineteen (19) Kilometer Northeast of Muzaffarabad, Azad Kashmir, also affecting Pakistan's Capital Islamabad along with Gilgit-Baltistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab Provinces of Pakistan. It occurred at 08:52 Pakistan Standard Time (03:52 GMT) on 8th October 2005, leaving near hundred thousand (100,000) dead and millions homeless. It registered a moment magnitude of 7.6 making it similar in size to the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake, the 1935 Quetta Earthquake, and the 2009 Sumatra Earthquakes.

The earthquake also affected countries in the surrounding region where tremors were felt in Tajikistan, Western China; while officials say nearly fourteen hundred (1,400) people also died in Indian-Occupied Kashmir and four people in Afghanistan. 

The severity of the damage caused by the earthquake is attributed to severe upthrust, coupled with poor construction.

Friday, October 7, 2011

Ruling Extortionist Alliance shall ban Extortion : Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of Pakistan has innocently asked the Ruling Extortionist Alliance of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Mutahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and Awami National Party (ANP) to control increasing extortion in Karachi.

The Supreme Court has also highlighted the role of Political Parties namely the Mutahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), the Awami National Party (ANP), the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Sunni Tehrik and Jamaat-e-Islami, etc – in nurturing and patronizing criminals now involved in Target Killings, Land Grabbing, Drug Mafia, Extortion (Bhatta) as well as the forcible collection of Skins of Animals during Eid-ul-Adha. Due to the vested interests of these parties, and the criminals in their ranks, Karachi has turned into a turf war, says the Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court asked the Ruling Extortionist Alliance of PPP, MQM and ANP to control increasing extortion in Karachi.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Steve Jobs tastes iDeath

The Silicon Valley Icon, Steve Jobs who gave the world iPod and the iPhone finally tastes iDeath the ultimate i-Product. 

Apple announced the death of its visionary Co-Founder Steve Jobs. "We are deeply saddened to announce that Steve Jobs passed away today."

"Steve's brilliance, passion and energy were the source of countless innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives. The world is immeasurably better because of Steve."

Jobs had battled cancer in 2004 and underwent a liver transplant in 2009 after taking a leave of absence for unspecified health problems. He took another leave of absence in January, his third since his health problems began, before resigning as CEO six weeks ago. Jobs became Apple's Chairman and handed the CEO Job over to his hand-picked successor, Tim Cook.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Zardari Network taking Pakistan to Stoneage

Zardari Network is taking Pakistan to stoneage, as the Zardari Network Government is bent upon destroying the institutions and continues to plunder of what little there is left to pillage in the unfortunate country.

During Pakistan People Party's previous two stints in the government, the Zardari Network has looted Billion of Dollars from Pakistan - not just from Kickbacks on government contracts  but also by land grabbing and all sort of other tactics.

The country is passing through a critical situation and the Zardari Nework Government is showing complete indifference towards the worsening energy crisis, especially electricity shortage, in the country. The Zardari Nework Government is unconcerned about the plight of patients in hospitals and students in schools. The Dengue Patients are suffering the most due to long unannounced power outages, specially in Lahore and other big cities, and due to unprecedented load-shedding, sophisticated medical equipment for Dengue Patients in hospitals had been damaged. 

But despite prolonged load-shedding, people are being sent inflated electricity bills.

The economic situation of the country has deteriorated, no investment is coming in and unemployment has reached alarming levels.
The energy crisis had severely damaged economy of the country. And the machinery for power plants has been lying at the Karachi port for over two years, but the Zardari Nework Government has taken no steps to install them for overcoming power crisis in the country.

Pakistan faces debilitating challenges, from an uncontrollable Zardari Network to an economy on the fritz to a fractured political system that, for a nation of One Hundred Sixty Five (165) Million, seems incapable of producing one fairly reliable, uncorrupted leader.

Shoaib derailed Rawalpindi Express

Shoaib Akhtar knows, I know and the World knows that only Shoaib Akhtar himself is responsible for derailing Rawalpindi Express, told Waseem Akram.
Former Pakistan Captain Waseem Akram said that Rawalpindi Express Shoaib Akhtar, who was a controversial figure all through his playing career, was just trying to sell his book with tall claims and also rejected allegations that he tried to destroy his own career. 

"Shoaib Akhtar knows, I know and the World knows that Shoaib Akhtar himself is responsible for derailing Rawalpindi Express" Waseem Akram said.

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Mohsin Khan appointed Acting Coach

Pakistan's Chief Selector and Film Star, Mohsin Hassan Khan, will serve as the Team's Acting Coach for the series against Sri Lanka beginning later this month.

The PCB was Coach Hunting after the departure of Waqar Younis. However, for the first time in Cricking History, the Pakistan Cricket Board has appointed an Acting Coach. Mohsin Khan steps in to fill that position, while Ijaz Ahmed will be the Team's Assistant Coach.

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Burhanuddin Rabbani's assassin had "Green Blood" : Hamid Karzai

Former Afghan President and Head of Afghan Peace Council Burhanuddin Rabbani's assassin had "Green Blood Plasma", and investigation shows that he was a Pakistani by Blood.

According to Afghan President Hamid Karzai's Spokesman, investigations show that the killer of Burhanuddin Rabbani, its negotiator with the Taliban, was a Pakistani by Blood, because he had "Green Blood Plasma".

Blood Plasma is the liquid component of blood, consisting of around half of the total blood volume, and it's color a good indicator of Country of Origin.