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Long Live Pakistan


Pakistan is under words attacks by Americans, what ever concerns we’ve with present leadership of Pakistan, but we’re with you against any foreign elements.

Pak Sar Zameen!!


Kerry-Lugar Bill: What the reality?


These days debates are going on in various forums including the Parliament on  Kerry-Lugar Bill. On one side presidential desk defending it strongly by claiming that it is one of the biggest achievement of the present democratic government. They’re saying that public has misconception in this regard.

According to their understanding, first of all it is the legislation passed bye the US’s congress so we the Government of Pakistan hasn’t any sort of agreement or treaty with US, that’s why it isn’t binding on us. Secondly,they argue that the bill has two kind of assistance, first is civillian  assistance which is $ 1.5 billion upto 5 years which becomes $ 7.5 billion and the second one is military which is $ 3 billion over the same period and the conditionalities are only on military aid. Next argue is that whatever the conditions, these are in accordance with the policies of  Pakistan like nuclear proliferation, terrorism etc,  so it doesn’t matter for us. They also claim if we reject the foreign aid, we can’t survive more than two weeks. These are the main arguments in favor of the bill.

Now on the other hand, the segment which is opposing the bill includes opposition parties, army, media and public in large. One of the most considerable argument  is that we accept that Muridke and Quetta are the terrorist base operation in the region including India.  The bill also allows US to direct access to any Pakistani national on the issue of nuclear proliferation. It also allows US to intervene in Pak Army’s affairs.  Last but not the least argue in this regard is that this aid is ‘aatey mian namak k brabar’ as compare to losses which we’ve in the war of terror.

Conclusion :-

Firstly, the language which is used in the bill is insulting if one see as a Pakistani which in not acceptable at all. Secondly, if the Govt. of Pakistan is not a party in the bill then why they are defending it blindly. They should allow to all concern segments to give their point of view on the bill and then they should take a stance in the light of public opinion. Leaders are dealer in hopes but Pakistani leaders are dealer in begging so when there will come a full stop in this dirty job?  Now the bill is now ‘gallay ki haddi’ for both the presidential desk as well as Obama’s government.

Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto







  • Bruno Kreisky Award of Merit in human Rights, 1988. 
  • Honorary Phi Beta Kappa Award (1989), presented by Radcliffe College, Harvard University
  • Highest Moroccan Award "Grand Cordon de Wissam Alaoui” 
  • Highest French Award "Grand-croix de la Legion Honneur” (1989) 
  • The Noel Foundation Award, 1990 (UNIFEM). 
  • Honorary Fellow of Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh  – 1990
  • The Gakushuin Honorary Award, Tokyo (1996) 
  • Award by the Turkish Independent Industries and Businessmen Association (MUSAID) on account of providing assistance to the people of Bosnia.
  • Golden medal Dragon of Bosnia awarded by President of Bosnia (1996) 
  • Key to the city of Los Angeles, presented by the Mayor of Los Angeles (1995) 
  • Presidential Medal, Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Science (1995) 
  • Medal by University of California at Los Angeles (1995) 
  • Honorary Doctorate of Law, L.L.D Harvard University (1989) 
  • Honorary Doctorate of Law (Honoris Causa), University of Sindh (1994) 
  • Honorary Doctorate from Mendanao State University, Philippines (1995) 
  • Honorary Doctorate of Law (Honoris Causa), Peshawar University (1995) 
  • Honorary Doctorate of Economics, Gakushuin University, Tokyo (1996) 
  • Honorary Fellowship by Lady Margaret Hall, University Oxford, (1989) 
  •  Honorary Fellowship by St. Catherine College, University of Oxford, (1989) 
  • Honorary Professor of the Kyrghyz State National University (1995) Kyrghyzstan. 
  • Honorary Professor of Yassavi Kazakh Turkish University, Kazakh-Turkish International Language University, Kazakhstan, 1995. 
  • Honorable Member of OHYUKAI, Alumni Association of Gakushuin, conferred by OHYUKAI Tokyo (1996). 
  • Awarded the 2000 Millennium Medal of Honor by American Biographical Institute, Inc. in November 1998.
  • Awarded American Academy Award of Achievement in London, October 28, 2000
  • Awarded “World Tolerance Award 2005” by Women World Awards in Leipzig, November 29, 2005
  • Awarded ‘International Woman of the Year 2006’ by the prominent European Publishing House based in Dubai as part of "Emirates Woman Awards 2006′.
  • Nominated Chair of "Muslim Women for Human Rights and Democracy”
    Oslo, Norway, May 6-7, 2007


President Asif Ali Zardri


Today new president is going to elect. Stats shows that Zardri will be the next president of Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Most of coulminst, bloggers and media especially western media is saying that Zardari is not the right choice for President of Pakistan.

Personally me too against to see Zardari as President. I strongly believe the involvmetn of Zardri in BIBI’s assasination but still it couldn’t  proved. But I accept Zardari as President of Pakistan.

First, its right of PPP to choose it’s candidate for presidential election. We should accept it coz it is claimed that Feb 08’s election were the most fair election in the history of Pakistan so we respect the mandate of PPP.

Secondly, Now with Zardari as president will put a great responsbility on the ruling party to fix the various issues especially economy and terrorism. Coz now PPP can’t make any excuse that they don’t have complete hold on various authorities.

Thirdly, Zardari has proved himself a wise and mature politician. How he has handled Musharraf, then Sharif and now judiciary is outstanding. His policy has disolved Lawyer’s movement by urging some judges including CJ of Peshawar Highcourt to take oath. 

Now time is not to fight but unite. I appriciate the stance of Sharif  that we will accept Zardari as president. Its need of time, democratic process should go on. Zardari is also heading a party, he too would show his and his party’s credibility. We have to move forward.