Impediments to Pakistan’s Progress

IMPEDIMENTS TO PAKISTAN’S PROGRESS Talk By Masood Sharif Khan Khattak Former Director General Intelligence Bureau To the Rotary Club of Islamabad Cosmopolitan At Marriott Hotel Islamabad on 28 October 2010 Mr Ahsan ul Haq Khan Chairman Administration Committee of the Rotary Club of Islamabad Cosmopolitan, Dr Shakil Ansari District Governor Rotary Club of Islamabad Cosmopolitan

Mian Nawaz Sharif’s Choices

Today, the Punjab Government is a forced marriage of fierce political adversaries i.e. PML-N and PPP with the junior partner (PPP) playing the role of the enemy within the coalition so that PML-N in Punjab does not become a success story. Mian Nawaz Sharif must be credited for his magnanimity in accommodating the PPP despite

Tonight with Najam Sethi – July 27th 2010 – Masood Sharif Khan Khattak

NOTE: The following media is NOT in English Muneeb Farooq presents a fresh episode of Tonight With Najam Sethi in Dunya TV and discus current issues with Najam Sethi. [FLOWPLAYER=,425,344] Если интересует необычные реалистичные рисунки и как бананы отдыхают на сайте нашего казино немало слотов посвящены экзотике и остальных обитателей лужайки, Гномов и золото, домик

Kal Tak – August 5th 2010 – Intelligence Bureau chiefs

NOTE: The following media is NOT in English Brig. (R) Imtiaz Ahmed Former DG IB, Masood Sharif Khattak Former DG IB and Wajhat Latif Former DG FIA in fresh episode of Kal Tak in Express News & discusses current issue with Javed Chaudhry. [FLOWPLAYER=,425,344] Write one paragraph at a time and then stop

The Approaching Revolution

It is sickening to hear the hypocritical politicians talking of awami (public) welfare. The people of Pakistan are now not as naive and forgiving as they were some years ago when they would not matter in the power equation beyond casting their votes after a zindabad-murdabad electoral campaign. In the past the people were irrelevant,

A Consolidated National Policy

The ideal situation is when a state has a comprehensive and consolidated national policy. Any state that functions without this will always gradually slip into a steady decline and with that into the process of degeneration in every sphere of its national life. With a heavy heart, one has to admit that this is what