Corrupt generals Archive

Dr. Shahid Masood: Whose payroll is he on these days?: Package of PTV chairman announced Tuesday, July 01, 2008 By Muhammad Ahmad Noorani ISLAMABAD: The Establishment Division on Monday issued an ambiguous notification explaining the package and remunerations of the newly-appointed chairman-cum-managing director of the state-owned Pakistan Television Corporation
Mullah Mahmood Madani vs. Musharraf. Big applause for hypocrisy?: By: Jibran Haider The following is the video of an angry exchange between Musharraf and Maulana Mahmood Madani of Jamiat-e-ulema-e-Hind who is also member of Indian parliament. I’d like to know what people on the forum, especially Indians, have
Army as victim? – An analysis of Musharraf’s concerns: Ex-President and General (Retd) Pervez Musharraf said on Monday that “there is a global conspiracy to malign the armed forces and the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) in an attempt to weaken Pakistan”. He was responding to allegations levelled in a
Why the US bugged Pakistan Army generals – Rauf Klasra offers excerprts from David E Sanger’s book “The Inheritance: The World Obama Confronts…": Why the US bugged Pakistan Army generals Monday, February 16, 2009 Book claims drone attacks began after ISI-Taliban coordination confirmed By Rauf Klasra ISLAMABAD: A new book by a New York Times journalist has levelled serious allegations against Pakistan
General Musharraf, Taliban and the Strategic Depth Doctrine: General Musharraf and Taliban After President Asif Ali Zardari said on CBS News that “Pakistani forces are fighting the Taliban for the survival of Pakistan”, General (Retd) Pervez Musharraf kind of “gilded the lily” by stating in Islamabad that
Why I miss Musharraf versus Why I don’t miss Musharraf – by Salman Chima and Samad Khurram: Why I miss Musharraf Part I Tuesday, January 06, 2009 (The News) Salman K Chima When General Musharraf seized power, I was not among those who welcomed him – although with Justice Tarrar as the President and Shariat Amendment
A confident Musharraf speaks in the USA….: A Confident Musharraf On Bin Laden It’s been a long time since a voice from Pakistan spoke with this authority. Here in this video clp, former President Musharraf, in Michigan for a speech, gives a solid response to those
“Musharraf personally believed that there were many good Taliban who should be co-opted in the post-Taliban power dispensation in Afghanistan”…: Pakistan torn over how to handle Taliban * Analyst says Islamabad’s Taliban policy has suffered from indecisiveness, inconsistency and ambiguity ISLAMABAD: After years of allowing Taliban to operate in the Tribal Areas, Pakistan is now torn over how to
Is it fair to compare corruption of Pakistani politicians with corruption of Pakistani Generals?: Ghost of TK writes: I can appreciate the need to tone down the rhetoric re: the military now, but then that rule would give a loophole to those who say, wait for the things to get better before we
Barbarians at the gate – by Ghazi Salahuddin: Sunday, December 21, 2008 There has been no dearth, for some time, of foreign experts and analysts who imply that Pakistan is becoming a failed state. That Nawaz Sharif should now have reasons to corroborate this assessment is surely
Nawaz Sharif says Ajmal Kasab from Faridkot, Pakistan: Sharif slams Zardari, says Kasab from Pakistan Challenging President Asif Ali Zardari’s assertion that there was no proof that the arrested Mumbai attacker hailed from Pakistan’s Punjab province, former premier Nawaz Sharif has said that the suspect’s village was
Musharraf murder plot by jailed militant busted: Taliban+Sipah-e-Sahaba+Al-Qaeda = terrorism … By Amir Mir: Amir MirThursday 18 December 2008 LAHORE: The Pakistani authorities have busted a clandestine assassination plot being hatched by the jailed killer of American journalist Daniel Pearl, to kill the former Pakistani dictator President General (retd) Pervez Musharraf. Highly placed
Those influenced by the negative propaganda against political leadership in Pakistan must remember that our army leaders are no holy cows.: Habit of dishonesty Thursday, November 06, 2008 Kamila Hyat Throughout his nearly nine years in office, former president Pervez Musharraf spoke of eradicating corruption and loudly proclaimed his own honesty at every available occasion. The report is now surfacing
Post-retirement Musharraf: A happy chap, not a hypocrite like General Zia-ul-Haq:
Who is behind the attacks on WAPDA offices? Who is manufacturing violent demonstrations against the democratic government?: Who is behind the attacks on WAPDA offices? Who is manufacturing violent demonstrations against the Federal Government in the guise of protests against load-shedding and electricity bills? Beware of the unholy nexus of Jamaat-e-Islami and ISI. Shahbaz Sharif must
We never learn from history. Hamid Gul, Aslam Beg and other corrupt Generals of the ISI – by Ardeshir Cowasjee: Hamid Gul, Aslam Beg, Roedad Khan, Akhtar Abdur Rehman, Zia-ul-Haq, Rafiq Tarar, the long list of criminals of ISI … By Ardeshir Cowasjee We never learn from history By Ardeshir Cowasjee The indefatigable old warrior of our skies is
Post-retirement Musharraf: A God Fearing Pakistani Legend – LUMS and NCA Students Visit Musharraf: President Musharraf Receives Visitors At Army House In his latest appearance, former President Musharraf receives students from LUMS Lahore and NCA Rawalpindi. Here, one of the students, Amyn A. Ghulamali, says the former President was gracious and upbeat. He
ISI in question: Some comments by ordinary Pakistani citizens: By Jamshed Khan: The problem in Baluchistan, FATA and Swat is very simple. Pakistan is ruled by ISI and Military. 95 % of the Army is Punjabi and the rest urdu speakers MQM. Punjab elites and ISI has colonized
Zardari is no Musharraf – By Asadullah Ghalib:
Doublecross: Musharraf and Pakistan Army’s ambiguous stance toward Al-Qaeda and Taliban-: According to the US-based Pew Research Centre’s Global Attitudes Project, the number of Muslims globally supporting suicide attacks and Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden has fallen sharply in the past six years. But the think tank still has
Pakistan army, have you ever won a war? – by Nazir Naji: کوئی جیتی ہوئی جنگ جھولی میں ہے؟ … نذیر ناجی جمہوریت سے محرومی کی سب سے بڑی سزا یہ ملتی ہے کہ معاشرے نظم و ترتیب سے محروم ہو جاتے ہیں۔ کسی کی حیثیت اور وقعت کا پیمانہ باقی
My choice today: Mon 26 May 2008: What should Zardari do to Musharraf? Benazir Bhutto’s last book Does the US want to get rid of Musharrraf? Musharraf’s third coup? Baitullah’s bait?
My choice today: Sat 24 May 2008: A meeting with Sarabjit Singh Musharraf really going? Pakistan May Turn Over U.S. ‘Spies’ to Iran Iran Claims Jundullah Militants, Led by Abdel Malik Regi, Are ‘Spies’ for the CIA By RICHARD ESPOSITO and BRIAN ROSS