Hussain Saqib Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who is politically and physically besieged in his official palace in Islamabad due to a massive sit-in of his political opponents, received support from forgotten allies. Pakistan’s right-wing extremist parties sympathizing with terrorists, some of which are banned by the government due to their terrorists activities, today took … More Terror sponsors rally to support beleaguered Nawaz Sharif
The hottest and media-favorite topic in Pakistan these days is prosecution of former president Pervez Musharraf announced by the government to escape from charges of mis-governance on the eve of Ashura on last Friday in which score of people lost their lives in sectarian clashes. Nearly every channel, in its prime time talk shows, discusses … More Musharraf in the court of media anchors….
Pakistan is going to have a new government in Islamabad and a third-term prime minister installed in less than two weeks. It is almost the same time that the new Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang will visit Pakistan on May 22 and 23, 2013 as a part of efforts to further strengthen bilateral ties between … More China, India and the US can not be pleased at the same time…..
Hussain Saqib Pakistan’s former military ruler, Gen Pervez Musharraf, who waged war on terrorists and who decided to be on the right side of the world post-9/11, may be exposed to the risk of assassination at the hands of terrorists of all hues. A commando, who led an expedition against India in 1987 to wrest … More Musharraf case and the judge with a grudge….
Hussain Saqib This latest diatribe confirms the designs of Pakistan’s anti-Pakistan ambassador which were already put into action by him through Kerry Lugar Bill and infamous Memo against country’s military. It is yet to be seen if he is a lone ranger or has the backing of powerful elements of politics in Pakistan. The disgraced former … More Haqqani asks his American sponsors to teach Pakistan military a lesson….
Pakistan’s economy may be facing balance of payment crisis due to its dwindling exports. That could be because of a number of reasons for a virtual shut-down of its export-related industry. But Pakistan is thriving in one line of export; capital. Pakistani investors are making a beeline for getting investment permits and visas in foreign … More Who is behind massive capital flight?
America’s drone war has already become controversial. Those in Obama administration have also started questioning the propriety of killing through drone attacks. Drone attacks in foreign lands, without express approval of the government of that country, has grave legal implications. It is feared that those involved in this war could be dubbed war criminals in … More Ambassador Munter reveals moral poverty of American establishment….