Not in her name - Ahmed Quraishi Malala Yousafzai is one more Pakistani whose story symbolises this nation’s resilience, talent and strength. Unfortunately, it is also a story on its way to becoming controversial because of the tug of war over who gets to pull Malala on the side of their agenda. This controversy is despicable to say the least. And nearly everyone is practicing it, from Pakistani commentators and politicians, to Americans, Indians, and even Madonna.The story is simple: A brave Pakistani girl and her friends are attacked in the most inhuman way possible by a bunch of thugs and criminals using the name of religion. They choose her because she is an easy way to get back at Pakistan’s government and military that roundly defeated the terrorists three years ago. The story can and should be exploited for a good cause.
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Twitter alert: Sana Bucha resigns? Bucha resigns, allegedly in protest of Geo’s rehiring of Dr Aamir Liaquat. Bucha resigns, allegedly in protest of Geo’s rehiring of Dr Aamir Liaquat. PHOTO: TWITTER Twitter was abuzz on Sunday due to rumors of major shifts in the media world – the alleged resignation of Pakistani TV anchor and columnist Nasim Zehra from Dunya TV, and the resignation of TV anchor Sana Bucha from Geo. While Bucha’s resignation dominated trends in Pakistan for her resignation and refusal to do her show, purportedly in protest of Geo’s rehiring of Dr Aamir Liaquat (read: Delusion, denial and ‘Dr’ Liaquat), Zehra’s resignation rumor focused on her exit as a protest against the recently staged show featuring Malik Riaz, Mubasher Lucman and Mehar Bukhari.
PreLogin Aware Assess Manage ‘Memogate’ commission should examine existing evidence, not create new evidence « Journeys to democracy The equation as it should be: Army following policies set by the civilian elected government, not the other way round. (Reuters file photo) What is ‘Memogate’? The ‘memo’ in question is a letter allegedly written at the behest of Pakistan’s President by the Ambassador to Washington Husain Haqqani, asking USA to prevent a possible military coup in Pakistan after US Navy Seals killed Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan on May 2, 2011. Rangers Kill Youth in Karachi Extrajudicial Killing « CHUP! – Changing Up Pakistan Source: The News On Wednesday, news outlets report that a young man was “brutally murdered” in an extrajudicial killing that took place in Benazir Park in Karachi. According to Express, the man was accused to be a “snatcher,” or a robber, and was arrested by police who then handed him over to Ranger personnel who cornered him and then shot him in the stomach, despite the man’s pleas.
George ka khuda hafiz — I Today, the divorce comes through. Her name is Pakistan. And today, I am leaving her for good. The writer is a freelance print and broadcast journalist email@example.com Reference for Shahbaz Bhatti, March 20, 5 pm, KPC « citizensfordemocracy Citizens for Democracy invite you to: A Reference for Mr. Shahbaz Bhatti Date: 20th March, 2011 Time: 5:00 PM Venue: Karachi Press Club Karachi’s iron man has fallen Chaudhry Aslam caught criminals of the likes of Saulat Mirza, Ajmal Pahari and Rehman Dakait. Chaudhry Aslam caught criminals of the likes of Saulat Mirza, Ajmal Pahari and Rehman Dakait. PHOTO: FILE KARACHI: For Karachi, Crime Investigation Department (CID) SP Chaudhry Aslam was an iron man, who is no more. Super cop Mohammad Aslam Khan — better known as Chaudhry Aslam — died in a bomb blast near Essa Nagri on Thursday. He leaves behind a wife, three sons and a daughter.
A tough man’s hard ending; colleagues analyse Aslam’s assassination ISLAMABAD: He was an imperfect hero, but then, these are imperfect times. Only a city with true grit could produce a dark, intense celebrity like ‘Chaudhry Sahib’. Sometimes judge, jury and executioner all in one, and sometimes well within the chain of command, the Aslam cult is finally over. Aitzaz Hasan: Tributes to Pakistan teenager killed when he stopped a bomber Tributes have been pouring in for a Pakistani teenager who was killed on Monday when he tackled a suicide bomber targeting his school in the Hangu area. Aitzaz Hasan, 15, was with friends outside school when they spotted a man wearing a suicide vest. Despite the pleas of his fellow students, he decided to confront and capture the bomber who then detonated his vest, his cousin told the BBC.