Pakistan is an interesting country!

January 21, 2008

The fire brigade clean washed the site in less than two hours after the murder of Benazir Bhutto. President Musharraf has confessed that it was a blunder. It is still unclear whose blunder it was and why there is not any action against them? Read More


Militancy: 1200 schools closed in Swat

November 27, 2007

She, a B.A. student, wrote that it was her dream to complete her education before her marriage, which was expected next year, but all the educational institutions forced to close and girls threatened to not attend any school, college or university which ruined her life and career and wasted one precious year.

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The History of Suicide Attacks in Pakistan

November 10, 2007

Peshawar: With the latest suicide attack on a Federal Minister Ameer Muqam’s house in Hayatabad, Peshawar, the number of suicide attacks in Pakistan reached to 62 which killed 800 people.

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Another U.S. close ally imposes emergency

November 8, 2007

The world yet had to see another emergency which was imposed by Georgian president Mikhail Saakashvili, a close U.S. ally, only three days after another close ally Gen. Pervez Musharraf.

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Musharraf’s second emergency and political tension in Pakistan

November 6, 2007

Political situation in Pakistan

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Complete of them

October 31, 2007

Place for all the stories, articles, blogs, books, and other stuff written by Abdulhadi Hairan, Afghan journalist and writer. Here you find an inside view of what is going in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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Swat, Pakistan: From Heaven to Hell at the hands of extremists

October 28, 2007

Once known as paradise on the earth (at least for Pakistanis) for its natural beauty, tourist spots, ancient heritage and peaceful people, Swat Valley has now become stronghold of the pro-Taliban militants who have destroyed nearly all music centers, net cafes, barber shops and other markets of the area

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