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Kasab a pawn, Jadhav a terrorist says Musharaff

According to former Pakistani military dictator, Kulbhushan Jadhav is a bigger terrorist than Ajmal Kasab. Musharraf told Pakistan’s ARY News that Kasab, one of ten Pakistanis who carried out the Mumbai terror attacks in which 164 people were killed, was “just a pawn”, while Jadhav, the Indian national Pakistan claims is a spy, “may have killed” people.

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Ahmadiyya Muslim Issue and General Pervez Musharraf

By Zubair Khan

An Interest video. All sympathise with Ahmdies but avoid resolving by calling it a sensitive religious issue.

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Pakistan has to walk away from terror, India says -- Pakistan’s President Calls for End to Terrorism and Criticizes Intervention by U.S.

By  — Times of India

NEW DELHI: A day after Pakistan‘s envoy expressed Islamabad‘s desire to have good relations with India, Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson… 640 more words

Why is Pakistan's Musharraf on TV?

By M Ilyas KhanBBC News, Islamabad

  • 21 March 2017

Image captionMr Musharraf has his own show – but what do Pakistanis make of it?

Pakistan’s controversial former military ruler, Pervez Musharraf, has launched a television show commenting on current affairs. 305 more words

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Them and Us

When I was in college, we boys were divided among 9 hostels. Inter-hostel sports rivalries were fierce. While all of us we would cheerfully attend the classes, share notes and hang out the whole day, in the evening around the volleyball, football or basketball court we would hurl abuse at each other as if we were ready to leap at each others’ throats. 710 more words

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Pakistan ex-leader Musharraf begins TV career as analyst

Source: Reuters

Reporting by Saad Sayeed; Editing by Robert Birsel

In the first episode of the program on Sunday, the former general appeared live from Dubai and responded to questions about the security situation in Pakistan, where more than 130 people were killed in militant attacks in February. 120 more words

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