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Latest Blog Posts for Pakistani Politics

  • Pervez Musharraf calls friends to London for consultation
    on Jul 30, 2009
    General (retd) Pervez Musharraf has summoned various politicians, who have been part of the previous regime under him or were considered close to him, for consultations on the prospects of cases against him in the higher courts, a source told our sou...
  • Why Indo-Pak Composite Dialogue is Decomposed
    on Jul 28, 2009
    India keeps insulting Pakistan while Islamabad takes Indian snubs lying as low as possible, although both keep meeting in dialogues and on sidelines of regional summits. The fact that Pakistan does not stop mentioning about Kashmir is a cause of New...
  • Don’t Fool Yourselves, Pakistan’s Judiciary As Screwed As Its Feudal Democracy
    on Jul 28, 2009
    Pakistan is a country where the Supreme Court building was attacked by hundreds of activists of a ruling political party. Judges ran for their lives and requested the military to intervene, which declined. The man behind this unique display of democr...
  • Indian Army Major General Runs Terrorist Camps Inside Afghanistan
    on Jul 27, 2009
    Eight foreign intelligence agencies are meddling in Pakistani Balochistan. There is a 9th possible player: Oman, where US and UK and reportedly Israel maintain ‘listening and monitoring outposts’. But it is the wily Indians who walk away with the...
  • The ghosts of Kargil
    on Jul 27, 2009
    THE ghosts of Kargil continue to haunt us, and will continue to do so, unless we get to know the truth. Surprisingly, nobody talks about it more than the two men responsible for the disaster — the prime minister and the army chief in 1999. We have...
  • Making Sense Of Pak Politics: Musharraf, Zardari & Supreme Court
    on Jul 27, 2009
    In his analysis published in today’s News, Mr. Ikram Sehgal provides an interesting assessment of the latest episode in the Pakistani political circus. The focus is on Pervez Musharraf’s legal problems, the real strength of President Zardari vers...
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