• Dunya News - Pakistan Observer Overcoming Energy Crisis

    Dunya News - Pakistan Observer Overcoming Energy Crisis Join DunyaTV on facebook : https://www.facebook.com/dunyatvnetwork Join Dunya TV on Twitter: https://twitter.com/dunyanetwork Dunyanews1's Youtube channel is managed by Walnut Studios in association with Culture Machine Media Pvt Ltd. For any copyright related issues please write to cm-aud@culturemachine.in

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    Home National Chinese language course concludes ... for Education and Literacy Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar Friday said that the relations ...

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  • Amazing Voice -Pakistan People -Voice of People | Pakistan Observer

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  • UN Rejects Pak's Claim On India Preventing Observer Groups From Presenting Reports On Kashmir

    This video shows you that UN Rejects Pak's Claim On India Preventing Observer Groups From Presenting Reports On Kashmir. The UN today denied that India was preventing the UN observer group, monitoring the ceasefire line between India and Pakistan, from presenting its reports on the ground situation. It also rejected claims that the role of United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) was being constrained by India. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres' Deputy Spokesperson Farhan Haq was asked by a Pakistani reporter whether the reason, UNMOGIP does not present its reports, was because the Indian government does not allow them to, or role of UNMOGIP was being constrained by the Indian government. "No, no. I am sure you are aware that different peacekeeping miss...

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  • United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) Visit Line of Control LOC

    United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) Visit Line of Control LOC Neelum Valley Pakistan administered Kashmir During Snowfall Shooting Shakeel ahmed Editing Amiruddin Mughal kashmirimage.com

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  • Pakistan President Musharraf visits Philippines

    SHOTLIST APTN 1. Arrival honours ceremony 2. President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (right) and Pakistani leader General Pervez Musharraf standing 3. Honour guard, raising of flags 4. Arroyo and Musharraf parade pass and review 5. Musharraf salutes flag 6. Profile of honour guard 7. Musharraf salutes to honour guard 8. Musharraf shaking hands with honour guard 9. Various of Musharraf being introduced to government officials Agency Pool 10. Musharraf and Arroyo enter room 11. Musharraf and Arroyo sit down 12. Musharraf 13. Arroyo 14. Musharraf and Arroyo shaking hands APTN 15. Photo-op of bilateral expanded meeting 16. Musharraf and delegates seated at conference table 17. Arroyo and delegates seated at conference table 18. Musharraf listening 19. Pan of meeting ...

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  • PAKISTAN: BODY OF UN OBSERVER KILLED IN KABUL FLOWN TO ITALY

    Italian/Nat The body of the U-N military observer, Lieutenant-Colonel Carmine Calo, who was shot in Afghanistan is being flown to his homeland Italy. The 42-year-old Italian was shot in what the UN authorities believe was retaliatory action for Thursday's U-S air strikes against an Afghan training camp. Calo's body was flown out of Afghanistan to Islamabad on Saturday. His death has raised fears of further attacks against American and U-N personnel in both Afghanistan and Pakistan. Lieutenant-Colonel Carmine Calo's body was taken to Islamabad airport in Pakistan where it was received by a special Italian force. Calo died in an Afghanistan hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday and the body of the Italian U-N worker was then flown to Pakistan - on his way home for bu...

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  • US Senator observer comment on Pakistan election

    SHOTLIST ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 1. Wide shot car carrying US Senator Joseph Biden arriving 2. Biden getting out of car 3. Various of Biden walking at Avari hotel 4. Set-up shot of Biden 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Joseph Biden, Chairman of Senate Foreign Relations Committee: "The red line for me is if when the polls close, if the majority of Pakistani people do not think the election was fair then I think we have a real problem. If in fact there is by and large sentimental in a part of the Pakistani people as well as the international observers that it was by and large conducted fairly. I think that's the first step toward rebuilding the democratic institutions here and for democracy. And that's required United States in my view to make it clear that we have more than Musharraf policy, but a...

    published: 23 Jul 2015
  • Oval PowerTalk Episode 7: Bharat Karnad

    Shoikat Roy speaks with Bharat Karnad, Research Professor at CPR, one of India’s foremost conservative analysts on the grand strategic perspective of India’s relations with China and Pakistan.

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  • FALSE FLAG Friend Of OBL Calls For End Of Drones In Pakistan, Hasn't Talked To OBL In LONG TIME

    How To Go To Heaven: http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/how_to_be_saved.html Steve Kroft asks one of Osama bin Laden's friends, former Pakistani intelligence officer and influential Islamic firebrand Khalid Khawaja, if he knows where the terrorist leader is. http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24706 December 2001 Report by NYT: "High-Level Murmurings That bin Laden Is Dead" Statements by US and Pakistani officials Global Research, May 10, 2011 New York Times - 2001-12-25 As the hunt for Osama bin Laden continues on both sides of the border between Afghanistan's Tora Bora district and the adjacent tribal regions of Pakistan, a succession of speculative and unsubstantiated reports have surfaced suggesting that the Qaeda leader may already be dead as a result of Am...

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  • Governor Meet Nehal Hashmi from Pakistan

    governor meet nehal hashmi from Pakistan Observer Fast development in Sindh to be ensured under PM's vision: Zubair

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  • ZABIR SAEED BADAR'S BOOK PAKISTAN AUR FAUJ LAUNCHED AT LAHORE PRESS CLUB.

    Book'Pakistan Aur Fauj' launched Civil-military cooperation is need of the day: Zabir Saeed Badar Pakistan OBSERVER/Islamabad “The role of military as an institution is very vital and civil-military cooperation is the need of the day, both should work to safeguard democracy in Pakistan and we cannot afford a new martial law regime. Politicians make blunders but these should be ameliorated through the purgation process of democracy but not by military dictatorship.”,These were the views expressed by a noted journalist,researcher and writer Zabir Saeed Badar about the new paradigm shifts in civil military relations at the launching ceremony of his book Pakistan aur Fauj held at Lahore Press Club.The ceremony was presided over by former VC University of Education Dr. G Mustafa Habib ulla...

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  • PAKISTAN: BODY OF UN OBSERVER KILLED IN KABUL ARRIVES IN ISLAMABAD

    Natural Sound The body of the U-N military observer, Lieutenant-Colonel Carmine Calo, has been flown out of Kabul, amid claims that he had been deliberately targeted. The 42-year-old Italian was shot in what the UN authorities believe was retaliatory action for Thursday's U-S air strikes against an Afghan training camp. Calo's body was flown to Islamabad on Saturday, escorted by his colleagues. His death has raised fears of further attacks against American and U-N personnel in both Afghanistan and Pakistan. Meanwhile, several people - allegedly wounded in Thursday's bombing of a Afghan training compound - are recovering in a Pakistani hospital. Just hours after he died in an Afghanistan hospital, the body of the Italian U-N worker, Lieutenant-Colonel Carmine Calo, was ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Kashmir observer black day against Indian brutality

    Kashmir observer black day against Indian brutality 24 News HD is one of the leading news channels of Pakistan bringing you the latest current affairs from Pakistan and around the world. Subscribe to the Official 24 News YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/24NewsHD Like us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/24NewsHD.tv Visit our website: https://www.24NewsHD.tv

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Dunya News - Pakistan Observer Overcoming Energy Crisis

Dunya News - Pakistan Observer Overcoming Energy Crisis

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Chinese language course concludes | Pakistan Observer

Chinese language course concludes | Pakistan Observer

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Pakistan observer Kashmir confrence 2017.

Pakistan observer Kashmir confrence 2017.

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Mass people aggrieved over banning of Pakistan Observer for advocating Bangla as the State Language.

Mass people aggrieved over banning of Pakistan Observer for advocating Bangla as the State Language.

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Amazing Voice -Pakistan People -Voice of People | Pakistan Observer

Amazing Voice -Pakistan People -Voice of People | Pakistan Observer

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Welcome To Most Amazing Top 10 videos. This is where we do Shocking, Crazy, Animation & Educational topic and compile them into a Top 10 list for your entertainment Videos.
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UN Rejects Pak's Claim On India Preventing Observer Groups From Presenting Reports On Kashmir

UN Rejects Pak's Claim On India Preventing Observer Groups From Presenting Reports On Kashmir

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This video shows you that UN Rejects Pak's Claim On India Preventing Observer Groups From Presenting Reports On Kashmir. The UN today denied that India was preventing the UN observer group, monitoring the ceasefire line between India and Pakistan, from presenting its reports on the ground situation. It also rejected claims that the role of United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) was being constrained by India. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres' Deputy Spokesperson Farhan Haq was asked by a Pakistani reporter whether the reason, UNMOGIP does not present its reports, was because the Indian government does not allow them to, or role of UNMOGIP was being constrained by the Indian government. "No, no. I am sure you are aware that different peacekeeping missions have different mandates and different reporting mandates. The earliest peacekeeping missions, which include UNMOGIP... come from a different era where they have completely different reporting requirements," Haq said. According to the Security Council mandate given in resolution 307 of 1971, UNMOGIP observes and reports on ceasefire violations along and across the Line of Control (LoC) and the working boundary between the nuclear-armed South Asian neighbours in Jammu and Kashmir, as well as reports developments that could lead to ceasefire violations. India has maintained that UNMOGIP has outlived its utility and is irrelevant after the Simla Agreement and the consequent establishment of the LoC. The observer group is headed by Major General Per Lodin of Sweden. It currently has 38 military observers and 73 civilian personnel. The UN has concerns about the situation in Kashmir and continues to monitor the situation when pressed about Guterres not paying attention to the alleged human rights violation there and not talking to leaders from the two countries, Haq said. "The basic point is we have concerns about the situation in Kashmir. We do monitor the situation, we have different levels of contacts with the governments of India and Pakistan. If there is anything further to say, we will let you know but at this stage this is one of the situations around the world that we do monitor with concern," he said. Haq said that just because the Secretary General is not visiting the region, it does not mean he is not paying attention to the issues. "He (Secretary General) can pay attention without necessarily visiting. Even when he does not visit countries though, he is aware of the problems there and we have many levels of officials including country-level officials who are there to deal with the various problems that arise," Haq added. history of kashmir, india and pakistan, jammu kashmir border, kashmir border, kashmir conflict, kashmir conflict summary, kashmir dispute, kashmir history, kashmir issue, kashmir issue essay, kashmir news latest, kashmir pakistan, kashmir problem, kashmir view, latest news of kashmir, news kashmir, pak occupied kashmir, pakistan kashmir, the kashmir issue, un resolution on kashmir ====================================================================================================== DISCLAIMER: Each and every content used in this video is not imaginary. All are taken from reputed news agencies. This video doesn’t meant to hurt anybody's personal feelings,beliefs and religion. We are not responsible for any of these statements used in this video. If you have any suggestion or query regarding this video, you can contact me on YouTube personal Message and you can send me message in my Facebook page. Thank you & regards Global conflicts ====================================================================================================== Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/c/Globalconflict7 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GlobalConflict7/ Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/globalconflict/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Gl0balC0nflict ======================================================================================================
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Pakistan President Musharraf visits Philippines

Pakistan President Musharraf visits Philippines

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SHOTLIST APTN 1. Arrival honours ceremony 2. President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (right) and Pakistani leader General Pervez Musharraf standing 3. Honour guard, raising of flags 4. Arroyo and Musharraf parade pass and review 5. Musharraf salutes flag 6. Profile of honour guard 7. Musharraf salutes to honour guard 8. Musharraf shaking hands with honour guard 9. Various of Musharraf being introduced to government officials Agency Pool 10. Musharraf and Arroyo enter room 11. Musharraf and Arroyo sit down 12. Musharraf 13. Arroyo 14. Musharraf and Arroyo shaking hands APTN 15. Photo-op of bilateral expanded meeting 16. Musharraf and delegates seated at conference table 17. Arroyo and delegates seated at conference table 18. Musharraf listening 19. Pan of meeting STORYLINE Philippines President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and Pakistani leader General Pervez Musharraf met on Tuesday to discuss cooperating in the fight against Islamic militants and ways to bolster peace talks with Filipino Muslim rebels. Musharraf said an anti-terrorism accord was among the agreements expected to be signed by the two countries, along with expansion in trade, cultural and political ties. Both countries are key allies in the US-led war on terror and forged diplomatic ties in 1949. Arroyo laid out a red carpet and full military honours for Musharraf at the presidential palace, where dozens of well-wishers waved flags of the two countries. During closed-door talks, Arroyo was expected to brief Musharraf on Malaysian-brokered peace talks between her government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, which has been waging a decades-old separatist rebellion in the southern Philippines. Musharraf was also scheduled to address a joint session of Philippine Congress later on Tuesday and attend a state banquet hosted by Arroyo, whose father, late President Diosdado Macapagal, was the first Philippine head of state to visit Pakistan in 1962. Arroyo was also expected to seek Musharraf's support for a Philippine bid to gain observer status in the powerful Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC). Pakistan is a key member of the OIC, which has played a major role in brokering peace talks and a two-year cease-fire, which has halted deadly clashes in the southern Philippines. Muslim guerrillas have also appealed to Musharraf to send a Pakistani contingent to join Malaysian-led truce monitors. Security officials said the two leaders will discuss ways to bolster intelligence sharing and jointly fight extremists threats. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4d2863ad9edf03de051a2118653506cc Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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PAKISTAN: BODY OF UN OBSERVER KILLED IN KABUL FLOWN TO ITALY

PAKISTAN: BODY OF UN OBSERVER KILLED IN KABUL FLOWN TO ITALY

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Italian/Nat The body of the U-N military observer, Lieutenant-Colonel Carmine Calo, who was shot in Afghanistan is being flown to his homeland Italy. The 42-year-old Italian was shot in what the UN authorities believe was retaliatory action for Thursday's U-S air strikes against an Afghan training camp. Calo's body was flown out of Afghanistan to Islamabad on Saturday. His death has raised fears of further attacks against American and U-N personnel in both Afghanistan and Pakistan. Lieutenant-Colonel Carmine Calo's body was taken to Islamabad airport in Pakistan where it was received by a special Italian force. Calo died in an Afghanistan hospital after undergoing surgery on Friday and the body of the Italian U-N worker was then flown to Pakistan - on his way home for burial. He was going to work with colleagues on Friday morning, in a clearly marked U-N vehicle, when they came under fire from several unknown attackers with automatic weapons. The Lieutenant-Colonel was reportedly hit in the chest by a bullet which bounced off the car. His colleague, Frenchman, Eric Lavertu, was shot in the hand. Calo was a United Nations military observer and was part of a special mission in Kabul. Italian officials claim the incident in which Calo was killed was in retaliation to Thursday's U-S air strikes on a alleged terrorist training camp in neighbouring Afghanistan. At least ten people were killed in the missile strikes by the U-S. There was a short ceremony before Calo's body was put on the Italian plane bound for Naples. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We wish to pray for him for peace in Afghanistan and all this region" SUPER CAPTION: Renzo Frattini, Priest SOUNDBITE: (English) "It would mean something for all of us and would mean for the country in which his blood went to the floor. I wish I could see the family and kneel in front of them in order to pray with them for the soul of our brother" SUPER CAPTION: Alfredo Witschi Cestari, Co-ordinator for United Nations SOUNDBITE: (English) "His personal sacrifice will not be weighed. This was his hope and it will be our commitment. " SUPER CAPTION: Lellio Crivellar, Italy's charge d'affaires in Islamabad The attack has heightened fears of retaliation in both Pakistan and Afghanistan and safety measures are being taken in both nations. Red Cross workers were evacuated from Afghanistan on Sunday and American personnel have been evacuating their embassy in Islamabad under heavy security and roadblocks. Those responsible for the shooting on Friday have reportedly been arrested - but their identity has not been revealed. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/fdf24ce033b81c88a4ad857dcdee13cb Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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US Senator observer comment on Pakistan election

US Senator observer comment on Pakistan election

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SHOTLIST ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 1. Wide shot car carrying US Senator Joseph Biden arriving 2. Biden getting out of car 3. Various of Biden walking at Avari hotel 4. Set-up shot of Biden 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Joseph Biden, Chairman of Senate Foreign Relations Committee: "The red line for me is if when the polls close, if the majority of Pakistani people do not think the election was fair then I think we have a real problem. If in fact there is by and large sentimental in a part of the Pakistani people as well as the international observers that it was by and large conducted fairly. I think that's the first step toward rebuilding the democratic institutions here and for democracy. And that's required United States in my view to make it clear that we have more than Musharraf policy, but a long term Pakistani policy." 6. Cutaway 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Joseph Biden, Senate Foreign Relations Committee: "But I for one, as chairman of Foreign Relations Committee, would move to curtail military aid to Pakistan if they are not fair." 8. Wide shot of US senator Joseph Biden during interview STORYLINE A senior US senator urged Pakistani authorities to ensure Monday's elections are free and fair, warning the country could face greater instability if the vote is rigged. "The red line for me is if when the polls close, if the majority of Pakistani people do not think the election was fair then I think we have a real problem," Senator Joseph Biden, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said in Lahore on Sunday. Biden, a Democrat from the US state of Delaware, said a more democratic government would help Pakistan combat spreading Islamic extremism and suggested Washington should reduce its reliance on President Pervez Musharraf. "The first step toward rebuilding the democratic institutions here and for democracy. And that's required United States in my view to make it clear that we have more than Musharraf policy, but a long term Pakistani policy," Biden said. He also repeated his view expressed to Washington reporters last week that the United States should cut military aid to Pakistan if the election is rigged. Biden and fellow senators Democrat John Kerry of Massachusetts and Republican Chuck Hagel of Nebraska plan to observe polling and meet political leaders in Lahore, the hub of Pakistani politics, on Monday. Biden said the United States should reward a credible election by tripling economic aid to 1.5 (b) billion US dollars a year in order to build a stronger bilateral relationship. He also advocated greater transparency in the (b) billions of US dollars in military aid that the US provides to Pakistan in return for its cooperation against the Taliban and al-Qaida. Biden said he was "mildly optimistic" that Monday's parliamentary vote will prove to be fair enough. The US delegation is due to travel from Pakistan to Afghanistan and India. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3ab9ca30fbd1a9a0b272bc6bad3e70ae Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Oval PowerTalk Episode 7: Bharat Karnad

Oval PowerTalk Episode 7: Bharat Karnad

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Shoikat Roy speaks with Bharat Karnad, Research Professor at CPR, one of India’s foremost conservative analysts on the grand strategic perspective of India’s relations with China and Pakistan.
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FALSE FLAG Friend Of OBL Calls For End Of Drones In Pakistan, Hasn't Talked To OBL In LONG TIME

FALSE FLAG Friend Of OBL Calls For End Of Drones In Pakistan, Hasn't Talked To OBL In LONG TIME

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How To Go To Heaven: http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/how_to_be_saved.html Steve Kroft asks one of Osama bin Laden's friends, former Pakistani intelligence officer and influential Islamic firebrand Khalid Khawaja, if he knows where the terrorist leader is. http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24706 December 2001 Report by NYT: "High-Level Murmurings That bin Laden Is Dead" Statements by US and Pakistani officials Global Research, May 10, 2011 New York Times - 2001-12-25 As the hunt for Osama bin Laden continues on both sides of the border between Afghanistan's Tora Bora district and the adjacent tribal regions of Pakistan, a succession of speculative and unsubstantiated reports have surfaced suggesting that the Qaeda leader may already be dead as a result of American bombing or even illness. Over the last three days, the suggestion has come from Pakistan's president, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, from Gen. Tommy R. Franks, the American military commander for Afghanistan, and from Kenton Keith, the spokesman here for the antiterror campaign -- as well as in today's issue of a Pakistani newspaper, The Pakistan Observer. In the case of President Musharraf, General Franks and Mr. Keith, the statements were conjecture, based on the intensity of the bombings at Tora Bora, not on any tangible evidence of Mr. bin Laden's death. Only The Pakistan Observer went further, with a front-page report under an Islamabad dateline that quoted an unnamed Taliban leader as saying that Mr. bin Laden "had a peaceful natural death in mid-December in the vicinity" of the Tora Bora mountains. The report said that his death was the result of a "serious lung complication." "He was laid to rest honorably in his last abode" in a grave prepared according to the beliefs of the fundamentalist Wahhabi sect of Islam to which the Qaeda leader belonged, the report said. Since Sept. 11, Pakistan's newspapers have rarely failed to produce a daily menu of reports claiming exclusive knowledge of events relating to the Taliban, Al Qaeda and Mr. bin Laden. Many of these accounts have later proved to be exaggerated, wrong or even invented. At the same time, some of the better-known newspapers here have broken major stories ahead of American and European newspapers covering the war, often on the basis of briefings from high-ranking Pakistani intelligence officials. A former Pakistani government official familiar with The Pakistan Observer said the newspaper has close ties with Inter-Services Intelligence, or I.S.I., the country's principal military intelligence agency. The agency backed the Taliban from 1994, when their Islamic hard-liners first emerged as a force, until Pakistan officially abandoned them after Sept. 11. The former government official said that the paper could have been provided information about Mr. bin Laden by the intelligence agency, but he cautioned that this might only mean that Taliban supporters in I.S.I. wanted to mislead the United States into thinking that Mr. bin Laden might be dead in order to confuse efforts to track him down. The Pakistan Observer's account included details on what purports to be Mr. bin Laden's funeral, but no specifics on where it occurred, or when, nor any information about the Taliban official who was the paper's supposed source. Nor did the article offer added information about Mr. bin Laden's alleged illness. "About 30 close associates of Osama bin Laden in Al Qaeda including his most trusted and personal bodyguards, his family members and some 'Taliban friends' attended the funeral rites," the paper said. "A volley of bullets was also fired to pay final tributes to the 'great leader.' " Last Friday, in an interview recorded by Chinese television during an official visit to China, General Musharraf raised the possibility that Mr. bin Laden could be dead in one of the caves and bunkers at Tora Bora. The complex was heavily bombed by B-52's after American intelligence officials concluded that a large group of Al Qaeda fighters had retreated to the region, and that hideouts there dating to the guerrilla struggle against Soviet troops in the 1980's were an opportune place for Mr. bin Laden to take cover. After most of the caves were overrun by Afghan fighters belonging to anti-Taliban forces, large numbers of Al Qaeda fighters were captured or found dead, but still no trace of Mr. bin Laden. The hunt has now extended to include United States marines, and across snowbound mountain passes into Pakistan, where General Musharraf has deployed several thousand Pakistani troops to close off the passes and LINK FOR REST Alex Jones Webster Tarpley Wayne Madsen Ron Paul Craig Roberts Peter Schiff Max Keiser Gerald Celente John Pilger Stossel Judge Andrew Napolitano Freedom Watch Julian Assange WikiLeaks Michael Savage Rachael Maddow Chris Matthee Jeff Rense David Icke Mike Rivero Rush Limbaugh Jon Steward Stephen Colbert
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Governor Meet Nehal Hashmi from Pakistan

Governor Meet Nehal Hashmi from Pakistan

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governor meet nehal hashmi from Pakistan Observer Fast development in Sindh to be ensured under PM's vision: Zubair
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ZABIR SAEED BADAR'S BOOK PAKISTAN AUR FAUJ LAUNCHED AT LAHORE PRESS CLUB.

ZABIR SAEED BADAR'S BOOK PAKISTAN AUR FAUJ LAUNCHED AT LAHORE PRESS CLUB.

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Book'Pakistan Aur Fauj' launched Civil-military cooperation is need of the day: Zabir Saeed Badar Pakistan OBSERVER/Islamabad “The role of military as an institution is very vital and civil-military cooperation is the need of the day, both should work to safeguard democracy in Pakistan and we cannot afford a new martial law regime. Politicians make blunders but these should be ameliorated through the purgation process of democracy but not by military dictatorship.”,These were the views expressed by a noted journalist,researcher and writer Zabir Saeed Badar about the new paradigm shifts in civil military relations at the launching ceremony of his book Pakistan aur Fauj held at Lahore Press Club.The ceremony was presided over by former VC University of Education Dr. G Mustafa Habib ullah who appreciated the contents of the book. Dr Mughees uddin Sheikh was the chief guest who said that to him Zabir Saeed was like a book whom he have read very well. The renowned Turkish Scholar Dr. Durmus Bulgur was also among the speakers. He vowed to translate this book in Turkish language so that the people in Turkey would be informed about the current politico military circumstances of Pakistan. Famous TV anchor and journalist Sohail Warriach said that the writer has taken a balanced and impersonal viewpoint about Pakistan army. Saeed Badar, Dr. Aslam Dogar, Iftikhar Majaz, Mian Mustafa Rasheed, Taseer Mustafa, Dr. Waheed ur Rehman Khan and South Asian Literary Forum’s secretary general Ejaz ul Haq Ejaz, Tahir Malik and president Lahore Press Club Muhammad Shahbaz Mian , also expressed their views about the author and the book. Qalam Foundation’s Abdul Sattar Asim bestowed a gold medal on the writer in recognition of his services in the fields of media education and Journalism. A large number of journalists, media students, noted personalities were also present on the occasion.
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PAKISTAN: BODY OF UN OBSERVER KILLED IN KABUL ARRIVES IN ISLAMABAD

PAKISTAN: BODY OF UN OBSERVER KILLED IN KABUL ARRIVES IN ISLAMABAD

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Natural Sound The body of the U-N military observer, Lieutenant-Colonel Carmine Calo, has been flown out of Kabul, amid claims that he had been deliberately targeted. The 42-year-old Italian was shot in what the UN authorities believe was retaliatory action for Thursday's U-S air strikes against an Afghan training camp. Calo's body was flown to Islamabad on Saturday, escorted by his colleagues. His death has raised fears of further attacks against American and U-N personnel in both Afghanistan and Pakistan. Meanwhile, several people - allegedly wounded in Thursday's bombing of a Afghan training compound - are recovering in a Pakistani hospital. Just hours after he died in an Afghanistan hospital, the body of the Italian U-N worker, Lieutenant-Colonel Carmine Calo, was flown to Pakistan - on his way home for burial. Calo, a United Nations military observer, was part of a special mission in Kabul. He was going to work with colleagues on Friday morning, in a clearly marked U-N vehicle, when they came under fire from several unknown attackers with automatic weapons. The Lieutenant-Colonel was reportedly hit in the chest by a bullet which bounced off the car. A colleague, Frenchman, Eric Lavertu, was shot in the hand. Calo was taken to a local hospital where he underwent surgery, and later died of complications which arose overnight. His body was promptly flown to Islamabad where U-N military observers, and staff from the Italian embassy, carried their colleagues body in an unvarnished coffin draped in the blue United Nations flag. Lavertu was flown to Islamabad on Friday and is in a stable condition. Those responsible for the shooting have reportedly been arrested - but their identity not been revealed. Italy's charge d'affaires in Islamabad, Lellio Crivellar, claims the incident was in retaliation to Thursday's U-S air strikes on a alleged terrorist training camp in neighbouring Afghanistan. Meanwhile James Ngobi, the acting head of the U-N Afghan mission, said he was told that Afghanistan's Taliban rulers had arrested the perpetrators and arraigned them before a military court. But in Afghanistan, a Taliban official said that 13 people were being held for questioning in Friday's shooting. Meanwhile, several people who were allegedly wounded in Thursday's air strikes by the U-S, were recovering in Khost Hospital in Islamabad. At least ten people were killed in the bombing on what the U-S believed was a terrorist training camp. The shooting of the Italian U-N worker has heightened fears of retaliatory action. American personnel have been evacuating their embassy in Islamabad under heavy security and roadblocks. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/06a96912e2725a91ea6a231376f5f9dc Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Kashmir observer black day against Indian brutality

Kashmir observer black day against Indian brutality

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