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Saturday, 1 August 2009

Corruption, corruption? Where is good governance, Mr. Zardari?

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Unknown said...

Propaganda against democratic Govt is not a new thing. It is just a political tactic to level such baseless allegations in order to achieve the political mileage. This is fact that Corruption is the key issue and it can not be eliminated in overnight however Current democratic Govt seems committed to root out it. Where Global economical recession jolted entire world it also affected Pakistan’s economy.

Aamir Mughal said...

Kamran Khan is, was and will be the agent of agencies. He trapped Murtaza Bhutto on the orders of Brigadier Imtiaz and pursued Murtaza Bhutto to return to Pakistan [Benazir wasn't in favour]

Read Kamran Khan's history:

Nawaz Sharif, Kamran Khan & National Interest


GEO TV, Kamran Khan and Yellow Journalism - 1


GEO TV, Kamran Khan and Yellow Journalism - 2


GEO TV, Kamran Khan and Yellow Journalism - 3


GEO TV, Kamran Khan and Yellow Journalism - 4


Aamir Mughal said...

Intelligence Unit of News International and its background:

Nawaz Sharif, GEO TV and Jang Group of Newspapers


Aamir Mughal said...


NOTE: On August 9, 1990, another one of the country’s short-lived experiments with democracy came to an end. While “The Empire Strikes Back” published in the August 1990 issue of the Herald describes the events that took place on the day of Benazir Bhutto’s ouster, “The Invisible War (See Herald Monthly Issue of January 2008, page 87), printed in the same issue, provides an analysis of the factors that led to the sacking of her government. [Courtesy Monthly Herald Pakistan January 2008, page 84-85-86]

The Invisible War by Abbas Nasir [Monthly Herald January 2008]

Read complete article:


Aamir Mughal said...

Media Mafia is busy again.

The beginning of the end - In the national interest Monday, August 03, 2009 Kamal Siddiqi

The writer is editor reporting, The News


We would, for example, like to know the details of the deal under which Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was ferreted out of Pakistan to Saudi Arabia despite the fact that he had been sentenced by a local court. What was the deal and what was promised? Who begged forgiveness from whom?

One cannot say much since there are strong chances that Mian Nawaz may well end up becoming our next prime minister. The game has started. The media is once again become active. We are seeing stories of corruption and abuse of power resurfacing. Once again the target is Mr Zardari.

Aamir Mughal said...

Rauf Klasra Corruption Scandal


Jang News & The News Group Sr. Reporter,Journalist Rauf Klasra’s standard gripe with Pakistani political class is its inability to learn from mistakes. Writing in the Urdu edition of Jang, in column after column. Rauf Klasra is at pains to point out the disparity between word and deed exhibited by Pakistani politicians depending upon their geographic presence at the time. According to Klasra, while located in Western capitals like London or Washington, Pakistani politicians convincingly play at being democrats, reformers and revolutionaries but once back in Pakistan, they reveal their true colors. Klasra likes to lament the unwillingness of our politicians to learn from the moral superiority of Western political classes. Needless to say, his emotional and loaded articles strike a chord with the common Pakistani who is sick of the decadence and lack of sensitivity displayed by his MNA and Nazim.

Aamir Mughal said...

Kamran Khan, Mohammad Malick, The News, GEO TV & Corruption in Print Media.


marhabahome said...

It is the fate of Asia.Neighbouring country,India is also plays a leading role in corruption.I can say,It is the fate of Asian countries.

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