It's probably already in Chinese hands.
in the meanwhile Imran's Karachi rally facing administrative issues
Sindh govt should permit PTI to hold Karachi rally: Aitzaz | Provinces | DAWN.COM
And smalishah's avatar is the most classy one by far Jan certainly echoes the sentiments of CW
Yeah we don't crap in the first world; most of us would actually have no idea what that was emanating from Ajmal's backside. Why isn't it roses and rainbows like what happens here? PEWS's retort to Ganeshran on Daemon's picture depicting Ajmal's excreta
Sindh government has given permission for the rally
Hurdle cleared. Everyone knows my views about Imran, but he has a right to hold rallies (after getting proper permits etc) in any part of Pakistan. The MQM/PPP have no right to treat Karachi like their personal property. It belongs to all Pakistanis.
Currently the provinces are based on ethnicities. So you have the Pustoons, Punjabis, Sindhis, Balochis and Kashmiris for their respective provinces. If we were to further divide the provinces we would get rid of this ethnicity division amongst Pakistanis. Therefore I think it would be best for Pakistan if we created more provinces out of the current lot. Would cure a lot of problems.
agree regarding having more provinces
A long and excellent article in the NY Times on the troubled Pakistan/American relationship. The article provides great analysis on how both sides have legitimate gripes against the other and that this view of Pakistan as the “ally from hell” is false.
The Pakistanis Have a Point
pretty good article the above one.
My friend in Canada sent this to me as well.
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Another interesting article.
A very relevant starting. The army's economic interests in the economy are extremely high.
Why the Pakistani army is bolstering opposition to its most important alliance? | The Best Defense
The Pakistani army is seriously getting out of control. If they keep on taking all business for themselves, nothing will be left for anyone else to improve Pakistani Business and economy. I mean which foreign nation will trust the Pakistani military to export products into their nation.
I never want to see the military in power.
weren't you the biggest Musharraf supporter
I don't know about Agent, but I supported Musharraf when he was in power. I thought he did a great job under the circumstances. He certainly overstayed his welcome and once the media turned against him he had zero chance of surviving. He should have transitioned to a democratic system like he promised. Power corrupts though and it got to him at the end.
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