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Sunday, 31 July 2011

CIA,s Pakistan Chief leaves Pakistan

Wasif chudhary

The CIA's Islamabad station chief, who oversaw the intelligence team that uncovered Osama bin Laden's hideout, has left Pakistan for medical reasons, a US official said.
The CIA declined to comment on the matter.

"The chief of station is a respected, senior officer who had the full faith and confidence of folks back in Washington," the US official told AFP on condition of anonymity.

"Most people will agree the officer's role in one of the greatest intelligence victories of all time means this person was pretty darn effective, no matter what the Pakistanis may think."

American television, citing US and Pakistani officials, said the officer who headed one of the Central Intelligence Agency's most sensitive positions worldwide was not expected to return.
But Keep in mind
It was the second such departure in seven months from the post.
Despite the quick turnover at the key office, US officials told American TV that it would not hamper US intelligence efforts in Pakistan. (AFP)
Yesterday i wrote that America is heading towards destruction...... So it is another clue about that point.

Saturday, 30 July 2011

Knife pair kill six in China's Xinjiang region

Earthquake jolts north-east Japan

America is heading towards Destruction

Wasif Chudhary

New York Times said in an article with the title of Take an account from Pakistan that the days of giving aid from America to Pakistan have gone now. The news paper also writes that after getting information about Bin Laden, America did an operation and in return the Pakistani GOVT sent back the American Military trainers.
The news paper also writes that Islamabad should consider its decisions because the Americans scale of bearing is about to fill up. And if this continues then the both sides should have to pay a huge.
The news paper also writes that to freeze the full army aid is also harmful for America. The news paper also mention that in this case the cooperation from Islamabad to beat Al Qaida and Talban will come to an end.
The news paper also writes that the America need Pakistan to supply for their NATO soldiers. And if there is any chance to make political talks with Talban, then Pakistan is also very important.
On the other hand Chairman joints chief of staff Admiral Mike Molan said that i don,t know that shall we pay our soldiers in time or not?
So the situation is very difficult and demanding for the Americans. Can they survive?

Plane crashes at Guyana airport

Miracle of QURAN

Wasif chudhary

Mentioned in QURAN
Sea(water) 32 Land(dry land) 13

The word sea (water) is mentioned 32 times in the Holy Quran,and the word land(dry land) is mentioned 13 times. If we add the times the word (sea) is mentioned to the times the word (land) is mentioned we will get the total of 45 times(32 + 13).
To calculate the ratio of land is to water:
Total number of the word (dry land), divided by the total number of both the words (sea) and (land), and multiply it by 100 to get the percentage.
13 divided by 45 x 100 = 28.8888888889%

To calculate the ratio of water is to land:
Total number of the word sea(water), divided by the total number of both the words (sea) and (land), and multiply it by 100 to get the percentage.
32 divided by 45 x 100 = 71.1111111111%

This amazing result, the Holy Quran has reached 14 centuries ago, while the modern Science reached the following only recently:
The percentage of water on earth is 71.1111111111%. The percentage of land on earth is 28.8888888889%.

If we add the first figure to the second we get 100%. These are the actual percentages of water and earth!

Friday, 29 July 2011

Indian,s occupied Kashmir

Batman Equation

Zara Phillips is to tie with rugby star Mike Tindall

The wedding of Phillips, 30, and Tindall, 32, whose engagement was announced last December, will mark the first time William and Kate have been seen together since their tour of Canada and Los Angeles earlier this month.

The Phillips-Tindall wedding will be much different from William and Kate's April festivities. Although the new bride and groom will party in a palace – Holyroodhouse, the family's seat in Edinburgh – there will be no TV cameras, little memorabilia for sale, or crowds lining the streets.
Friday night – which happens to be the 30th anniversary of the day William's parents, Lady Diana Spencer and Prince Charles, married – guests are gathering, with younger members expected to party on the Windsor's retired vessel, the Royal Yacht Britannia, now moored in Leith docks.
The couple first met during the Rugby World Cup in Australia in 2003.

Thursday, 28 July 2011

Pepsi, Pay each penny to save Israel

Wayne Parnell embraced Islam

Wasif chudhary

Wayne Parnell has converted to Islamic faith. Proteas’ team manager Dr Mohammed Moosajee confirmed the news by saying: “It was his choice to embrace Islam.” His Islamic name is Whallid (waleed) which means ‘great one’.
Wayne Parnell has the honour to represent South Africa at very tender age. He came to limelight when he captained South African Under-19 team in the U-19 World Cup in 2008. He was the youngest player to get a central contract in 2009 at the age of 20 years.
Influence of fellow Protea players Hashim Amla and Imran Tahir on his change of faith is not confirmed yet, although an SMS was circulating citing the possible role of these two. According to the Newspaper, Amla’s agent Ismail Kajee said it was not true that the ODI (vice) captain (sic) had any influence in Parnell’s decision to convert to Islam.
He may continue to use his Christian name while playing for his nation. As his first Ramadan is approaching where he is expected to observe his first ever fast, attempts to contact him weren’t successful.
In the current team, he will be the third Muslim after Hashim Amla and Pakistan-born Imran Tahir. South Africa being an open and tolerant society ensures that he continues to lead his life and pursue his career as he was doing before. Happy new life to Whallid Parnell!
He is the second Christian to have reverted to Islam after Pakistan’s Yousuf Yohana (now Mohammad Yousuf) in 2006.

Here i also like to mention that Many notable sportsmen have embraced Islam including:
- Renowned American basketball player Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (formerly Lew Alcindor)
- Brazilian football players Marcio Souza De Silva and Muhammad Danilo Fernando
- French football players Eric Abidal, Franck Ribery (now Tarek) and Nicolas Anelka
- Dutch footballer Robin van Persie
- Sonny Bill Williams (New Zealand rugby union player and a heavyweight boxer)
- Most importantly American boxers Mike Tyson and Muhammad Ali Clay.

Anders charter, Reality or Fable?

Wasif chudhary
After the vicious and inhuman attack in Norway, every peaceful person of the world is shocked and condemned this brutal and sadistic incident. The Muslims of the world are also with the people of Norway in this time of pain and misery.
No religion will allow its followers to spread terror and kill the innocent people. And Islam always preaches brotherhood and peace.
The statement from the radical Andre Behring Breivik that he is afraid that the Pakistani,s are increasing day by day in Europe and soon there will become Small Pakistan,s and then they will become a challenge for the sovereignty of the west is really in understandable ideology.
And it will also raise questions that is this a new propaganda game against the Muslims and especially the Pakistani,s to sent them back to their native homelands?

Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Vikes have trade for McNabb

Wasif chudhary
After some talk throughout the day of a potential deal, it looks like it is on. McNabb’s age and salary drove down the price, and according to Jay Glazer, it looks like the deal is for a 6th round pick in 2012 and possibly another 6th rounder in 2013. The deal is contingent on McNabb, who is due a large bonus, agreeing to renegotiate the deal and take less money.
The Washington Redskins, Vikings and Donovan McNabb have a preliminary agreement in place for the veteran quarterback to be traded to Minnesota, sources told ESPN.
The compensation issues that were the stumbling blocks to the trade appear to be resolved.
The one sticking point now appears to be McNabb's concern Tuesday night about how the Vikings' side of the situation was handled. Sources said there were some in the organization who expressed a preference in acquiring quarterback Tyler Thigpen, who since has agreed to terms with the Buffalo Bills.
McNabb will be making far less than the $14.75 million he would have been due from the Redskins, but it is not clear how much he will be paid, and how any incentives would alter his compensation....
But do the players are a trade markeet?

Economic Recession of UK or slow progress? Causes and Issues

Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Amir Khan win against Zab Judah

Khan was born and raised in Bolton, England, in a British Pakistani family. His family originated from Matore, Kahuta in Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan. As well as speaking English, Khan also speaks Punjabi and Urdu. His first cousin is the English cricketer Sajid Mahmood. Khan is a practicing Muslim.
Currently, Khan is rated as the best boxer in the Light Welterweight division, above Timothy Bradley; who holds the other two major titles in the division. After the 2005 Kashmir earthquake, Khan went to Pakistan and handed out food parcels to children in a camp.
In the immediate aftermath of his thrilling weekend win over Zab Judah, Amir Khan made public his ambition to one day be regarded as the best 'pound-for-pound' fighter on the planet. His friend and Wild Card gym mate Manny Pacquiao is universally regarded as the current 'P4P' king, but Khan did his long-term prospects no harm at all after a truly masterful display at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
High aims
"My aim is to move up the pound-for-pound rankings and one day be pound-for-pound champion. I want to be the best fighter in the world," a clearly elated Khan beamed afterwards.

Monday, 25 July 2011

Strauss-Kahn,current Allegations and a Decade ago

Dominique Gaston André Strauss-Kahn born in 25 April 1949, often referred to in the media as DSK, is a French economist, lawyer, and politician, and a member of the French Socialist Party. Strauss-Kahn became the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on 28 September 2007, with the backing of his country's president, Nicolas Sarkozy, and served in that role until his resignation on 18 May 2011.

He is a professor of economics at the Paris Institute for Political Studies. Strauss-Kahn was Minister of Economy and Finance from 1997 to 1999 as part of Lionel Jospin's "Plural Left" government. He belongs to the right wing of the PS (which is on the center-left of French politics) and sought the nomination in the primaries to the Socialist presidential candidacy for the 2007 election, but he was defeated by Ségolène Royal in November 2006.

In May 2011, Strauss-Kahn was arrested in New York City and charged with the sexual assault of a housekeeper who entered his Sofitel hotel suite. Strauss-Kahn entered a plea of not guilty, and denied all charges.
The New York hotel maid who accuses former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn of attempting to rape her in a hotel suite has given her first interview.
Nafissatou Diallo told Newsweek magazine that she has told the truth about the incident on 14 May.
The French politician, 62, who resigned as head of the IMF to defend himself, vigorously denies all the charges.
He has said that what happened with Ms Diallo was consensual, and his lawyers have described the maid's interview as "unseemly".
Mr Strauss-Kahn was released from house arrest on 1 July and had his $6m (£3.7m) cash bail and bond returned.
Meanwhile, French authorities are investigating allegations that Mr Strauss-Kahn attempted to rape French writer Tristane Banon a decade earlier.

Friday, 22 July 2011

Who is responsible for Norway attack,

Terror came home to Norway on Friday. A bomb was detonated near the prime minister's office in Oslo and a gunman attacked a political youth camp on the island of Utoya. In the end, at least 87 people were killed, a nation was traumatized, and the world was again riveted by a terrorist attack experienced indirectly, but in real time, on television news reports and in 140 character bits via Twitter.
Initial speculation that al Qaeda might have been involved has not been disproved, but was unsubstantiated and therefore premature. The only person thus far implicated in the attack was a Norwegian citizen who may have been associated with right-wing political activists, but it is not clear whether he was working alone or why he conducted such a merciless assault.

Just read the above paragraph and think honestly that on the one side the Norway citizen is the only responsible for this attack, who is a political activist, and they may have some political clashes and on the other hand some of the westerns are also arguing that may be Al Qaeda is involve in this attack......
i can do nothing but only can smile on the intellectualism of the western propaganda makers.....

Saturday, 16 July 2011

Kawasaki disease, diagnosed on Facebook, saves young boy's life

By wasif chudhary

Kawasaki disease is an illness that involves the skin, mouth, and lymph nodes, and most often affects kids under age 5. The cause is unknown, but if the symptoms are recognized early, kids with Kawasaki disease can fully recover within a few days. Untreated, it can lead to serious complications that can affect the heart.
Kawasaki disease occurs in 19 out of every 100,000 kids in the United States. It is most common among children of Japanese and Korean descent, but can affect all ethnic groups.
Signs and Symptoms
Kawasaki disease can't be prevented, but usually has telltale symptoms and signs that appear in phases.
he first phase, which can last for up to 2 weeks, usually involves a persistent fever higher than 104° Fahrenheit (39° Celsius) and lasts for at least 5 days.
Other symptoms that typically develop include:

* severe redness in the eyes
* a rash on the stomach, chest, and genitals
* red, dry, cracked lips
* swollen tongue with a white coating and big red bumps
* sore, irritated throat
* swollen palms of the hands and soles of the feet with a purple-red color
* swollen lymph nodes

During the second phase, which usually begins within 2 weeks of when the fever started, the skin on the hands and feet may begin to peel in large pieces. The child also may experience joint pain, diarrhea, vomiting, or abdominal pain. If your child shows any of these symptoms, call your doctor.
Doctors can manage the symptoms of Kawasaki disease if they catch it early. Symptoms often disappear within just 2 days of the start of treatment
Social network saves a children life:"Nothing says Happy Mother's Day quite like a Sunday morning at the pediatrician's
social network saves a child life:
That's the caption Deborah Copaken Kogan included with a picture she posted on Facebook of her 4-year-old son Leo, who had woken up with a rash on Mother's Day. Little did she know at the time, the social networking service would save her son's life because he was suffering from a rare illness - Kawasaki disease.

Friday, 15 July 2011

Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony to Divorce

Pop star and actress Jennifer Lopez and singer Marc Anthony are divorcing after seven years of marriage, the couple have announced.
"This was a very difficult decision," the pair said in a statement. "We have come to an amicable conclusion."
The couple, who have three-year-old twin children, said "we appreciate the respect of our privacy".
Lopez, 41, and Anthony, 42, toured together and starred together in the 2006 film El Cantante.
The divorce will be Lopez's third and Anthony's second.
After her first two rushed marriages failed, Jennifer Lopez rushed into marriage a third time with Marc Anthony. But the third time was not the charm for Marc and Jennifer.
Wedding Date:
Jennifer and Marc were married secretly on June 5, 2004 at her home in Beverly Hills, California. Their wedding took place four days after his divorce. The guests at the wedding did not know they would be attending a wedding. Jennifer wore a Vera Wang gown.
Jennifer and Marc had a short honeymoon at the San Ysidro Ranch near Santa Barbara, California.
Jennifer: Jennifer and Marc announced the birth of their twins, a son, Max, and a daughter, Emme, in early 2008. The babies were born in Long Island, New York.

Harry Potter Ends With Emotional Scenes

The global release of “Harry Potter and The

— Part 2,” brings the famous movie franchise to an emotional, action-packed end.
Thousands of fans are gathering at movie theaters the world over to say goodbye to “the boy who lived” as well as the magical world of Hogwarts, created by British author J.K. Rowling.
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2” chronicles Harry's last battle with Voldemort, the most evil of all wizards.
Billions of people have read the books and many are determined to watch Harry Potter's final journey on the large screen — in 3D no less.
“They cannot know how much I love them," she said. "What amazing things they did to my favorite characters. I just thank them for lending us their talent and all their hard work.”
It's also been a heartfelt journey for those who brought life to Rowling’s heroes.
Emotional overall but I'm really excited about the next chapter of my life starting," said Emma Watson, who portrays Hermione. "But then obviously I feel really sad and kind of nostalgic about all this coming to an end and it's been such a huge part of my life.”It was the best book to come around," said one mother. "There are so many kids reading other books that got started because of Harry Potter."The first movie, directed by Chris Columbus, was released in 2001.


Kashmir is the northwestern region of the Indian subcontinent. Until the mid-19th century, Kashmir denotes a larger area that includes the Indian-administered state of Jammu and Kashmir (the Kashmir valley, Jammu and Ladakh), the Pakistani-administered Gilgit-Baltistan and the Azad Kashmir provinces, and the Chinese-administered regions of Aksai Chin and Trans-Karakoram Tract.
Culture and Gastronomy
Kashmiri cuisine includes dum aloo (boiled potatoes with heavy amounts of spice), tzaman (a solid cottage cheese), rogan josh (lamb cooked in heavy spices), yakhiyn (lamb cooked in curd with mild spices), hakh (a spinach-like leaf), rista-gushtaba (minced meat balls in tomato and curd curry),danival korme and of course the signature rice which is particular to Asian cultures. The traditional wazwan feast involves cooking meat or vegetables, usually mutton, in several different ways.

Alcohol: Is strictly prohibited in most places.
Tea types: There are two styles of making tea in the region: nun chai, or salt tea, whiea typesch is pink in colour (known as chinen posh rang or peach flower colour) and popular with locals; and kahwah, a tea for festive occasions, made with saffron and spices (cardamom, cinamon,sugar, noon chai leaves), and black tea.
Historically, Kashmir became known worldwide when Cashmere wool was exported to other regions and nations . Kashmiris are well adept at knitting and making Pashmina shawls, silk carpets, rugs, kurtas, and pottery. Saffron, too, is grown in Kashmir. Efforts are on to export the naturally grown fruits and vegetables as organic foods mainly to the Middle East. Srinagar is known for its silver-work, papier mache, wood-carving, and the weaving of silk.

The economy was badly damaged by the 2005 Kashmir earthquake which, as of October 8, 2005, resulted in over 70,000 deaths in the Pakistan-controlled part of Kashmir and around 1,500 deaths in Indian controlled Kashmir.
Tourism:During the 19th century rule, Kashmir was a popular tourist destination due to its climate. The railway to Rawalpindi, and a road thence to Srinagar made access to the valley easier. When the temperature in Srinagar rose at the beginning of June, the residents migrated to Gulmarg, which was a fashionable hill station during British rule. This great influx of visitors resulted in a corresponding diminution of game for the sportsmen. Special game preservation rules were introduced, and nullahs were let out for stated periods with a restriction on the number of head to be shot. Rawalakot was another popular destination. While tourism in the area fell off with the start of separatist violence in the late 1980s, the BBC reported in 2005 that tourists had begun returning due to a decrease in attacks.
Kashmir is no doubt paradise on earth.... and paradise means what, i think i do not need to explain it. The people of Kashmir are beautiful, honest, peaceful, and love their guests... So if any one want to watch the paradise, he or she must have to tour the beautiful land of greenery, cold rivers and high snow mountains.....
Some also says Kashmir is the Switzerland of the East.... but its far more beautiful.

Thursday, 14 July 2011

FBI probe underway in 9/11 victims hacking claim

The allegation that News of the World staff contacted a private investigator in the United States and sought to retrieve the private phone records of 9/11 victims surfaced in a Daily Mirror report on Monday.
News International, the British firm that owned the now defunct tabloid which allegedly hacked the phones of murder victims and bribed police officers, is a subsidiary of Murdoch's New York-based News Corporation.
US lawmakers have been calling for days for a probe into allegations that the phone records of 9/11 victims were sought, and into whether the alleged bribing of British police by a US-based company contravenes American law.
"We are aware of the allegations and we are looking into it," a spokeswoman told AFP from the FBI's offices in New York,
"For allegations into the 9/11 victims, this would be done out of New York," a legal source told AFP, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak about the case.
"The reported allegations against News Corporation are very serious, indicate a pattern of illegal activity, and involve thousands of potential victims," the lawmakers said in a letter to Holder and Schapiro.
The phone-hacking row had rumbled on for months but exploded last week after it emerged that the paper had targeted the messages of Milly Dowler, a murdered 13-year-old girl, and of the families of the veterans of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Spotify lands in US

Spotify is a Swedish DRM-based music streaming service offering streaming of selected music from a range of major and independent record labels, including Sony, EMI, Warner Music Group, and Universal. Launched in October 2008 by Swedish startup "Spotify AB", the service had approximately ten million users as of 15 September 2010 (2010 -09-15) about 1,000,000 of which were paying members.
The service is, as of July 2011, only available in Finland, France, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom and the United States.
Music can be browsed by artist, album, record label, genre or playlist as well as by direct searches. On desktop clients a link allows the listener to purchase selected material via partner retailers.
Users can register either for free accounts supported by visual and radio-style advertising or for paid subscriptions without ads and with a range of extra features such as higher bitrate streams and offline access to music. A paid "Premium" subscription is required to use Spotify on mobile devices.
criticism: The service has come under fire for failing to compensate independent artists fairly. Helienne Lindvall of The Guardian reported that "indie labels... as opposed to the majors and Merlin members, receive no advance, receive no minimum per stream and only get a 50% share of ad revenue on a pro-rata basis." Swedish musician Magnus Uggla wanted to pull his music from the service, stating that after six months he'd only earned "what a mediocre busker could earn in a day". Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet reported in 2009 that record label Junior Racing had only earned NOK 19 ($3.00 USD) after their artists had been streamed over 55,100 times.
But Its a long wait for the Americans and lets see how they can amuse their selves by the service...

Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Mumbai Attacks

Mumbai has been rocked by three explosions at busy locations in India's business capital with reports of at least 20 dead. On July 13 evening three bomb blasts have been reported in the crowded Dadar, Opera House and Zaveri Bazar areas of Indian financial hub “Mumbai” In these blasts 21 killed and more than 113 individuals have been injured. Indian government put New Delhi and other states capitals on high alert. According to an eyewitness the fire has been brought under control in Zaveri Bazar. Home Ministry has confirmed the serial blasts in Mumbai. Union Home Secretary RK Singh spoke to CNN-IBN and said, "I have spoken to DGP and Chief Secretary. Chief Secretary will get back to us with details. No confirmation about the intensity of blast.
Maoist freedom fighters:
" Meanwhile an unknown Mujahideen Organization and Ultra leftist militants of Nexlites movements have claimed the responsibilities of blasts and said that Maoists people are determined to fighting against occupied Indian Security Forces. Earlier in the last week of June 2011, Maoist freedom fighters killed six policemen in two separate attacks in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh.
India has long been under the threat of militant attacks by a variety of groups ranging from separatists in the northeast to Hindu nationalists but there is a possibility the latest strike could be aimed at scuttling fledgling attempts to revive the peace process between New Delhi and Islamabad.
Earlier in the last week of June 2011, Maoist freedom fighters killed six policemen in two separate attacks in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh. The ultra-leftist fighters normally are using dense jungle for her activities.
According to me: The timing of the blasts is very crucial and very much planned because the relations between the ISI and CIA are not good and America is pressurizing Pakistan by using different tactics.... So this could be another step forward by the Pak enemies to divert the beginning of negotiations between the two neighboring countries....
On the other hand the inner movements of indian,s who are struggling for their demands will also be a point to understood...

Tuesday, 12 July 2011

Karzai brother killed

Afghan President Hamid Karzai's brother Ahmad Wali Karzai was killed on Tuesday. Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.

"Ahmad Wali Karzai, the head of Kandahar's Provincial Council and the brother of President Hamid Karzai was martyred in his house Tuesday morning," a short statement released by Kandahar's provincial administration asserted.
Spokesman for Kandahar's government Zalmai Ayubi also in talks with Xinhua confirmed that Wali Karzai is dead but did not give more details.
Meantime, an official on the condition of anonymity said that the younger Karzai was killed by one of his bodyguards.
The late Wali Karzai, according to the official, used harsh language against the bodyguard which infuriated him and prompted him to shot dead the head of Kandahar's provincial council.
On the other hand, Qari Yusuf Ahmadi, who claims to speak for the Taliban outfit in talks with media via telephone from undisclosed location, claimed of responsibility, saying one of Wali Karzai's bodyguards worked for Taliban gunned down the president Karzai's younger brother in his home this morning.
The assailant, according to reports, was also killed by another bodyguard.
Meantime, President Hamid Karzai in a sharp reaction expressed regret over the sudden death of his younger brother and hoped that the "miseries of the people of Afghanistan will end one day."
But in reality: who is responsible for this murder.... ?

Taj Mahal, a symbol of true love?

The Taj Mahal is a mausoleum located in Agra, India. It is one of the most recognizable structures in the world. It was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal. It is widely considered as one of the most beautiful buildings in the world and stands as a symbol of eternal love.
The construction began around 1632 and was completed around 1653, employing thousands of artisans and craftsmen.In 1631, Shah Jahan, emperor during the Mughal empire's period of greatest prosperity, was grief-stricken when his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal, died during the birth of their 14th child, Gauhara Begum. Construction of the Taj Mahal began in 1632.The principal mausoleum was completed in 1648 and the surrounding buildings and garden were finished five years later.
SOME OTHER FACTS: We all know Shah Jahan built Taj Mahal for Mumtaj(Shah Jahan's wife). But the history is saying that, Mumtaz was Shah Jahan's 4th wife out of his 7 wives.
The most shocking thing is Shah Jahan Killed Mumtaz's husband in a war field to marry her. Their love spot was Mina Bazaar in Agra. Another thing is Mumtaz died in her 14th delivery.
The very important thing is Taj Mahal was designed and supervised by Usdat Ahmed Lahoori...

Monday, 11 July 2011

US freeze aid of Pak Army.

Hi, yesterday i listened that the US Government has suspended the aid of Pak Army of worth $800 million...the tension between the two allies have been rising since the 2nd may operation from the American special forces which killed ALQAIDA leader Usama bin Laden.. (American,s claimed).. After Abbot abad operation the Pakistani officials confirmed that the copperation between the CIA and ISI has been come to an end at the moment. While Islamabad recently expelled more than 90 American military trainers from the country and tightened visa procedures for CIA officials.
Major general Akhtar Abbas said the provision of aid with conditions is not acceptable," "We don’t have to qualify on [a] daily basis and remain in the talk that when we qualify only then it [aid] will be resumed or it will be provided. “
Some analysts say the suspension in aid will have an impact on the already deteriorating relations between the United States and Pakistan.
Former Pakistani ambassador to Washington, Maleeha Lodhi, says such punitive actions by the United States may not be productive in the long run.
White House Chief of Staff William Daley told ABC's This Week program Sunday that Pakistan has taken some steps that have given the United States reason to pause some of its aid to the military.
So this is the story from the centre, and one must be thinking like me that what are the conditions that the Americans set for Pak Army and Pak Government.
To me the relations between the two counries will not come back on track now... and the upcoming months or really difficult and testing for the American,s and Obama Government....

Friday, 1 July 2011

Why General Petraeus?

Hello and welcome to all of the admirers of this blog....
The U.S. Senate confirmed General David Petraeus as director of the Central Intelligence Agency on Thursday.The senate voted 94-0 in favor of the architect of American counterinsurgency strategies in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Petraeus replaces Leon Panetta, who is the new secretary of defense. Panetta replaced Robert Gates, who retired.
Well this is the news which confound me and also many other people of the world. Petraeus headed the U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan since 2010. He is leaving the post as the U.S. starts reduction of its troops in Afghanistan by 10,000 soldiers this year and 23,000 next year.
The thing which also induced me to write on the topic, is that Robert gates was the first person who criticized America after the Abbot abad operation. He was the secretary of defense at that time and he opposed the American violation in open words and not care for his designation. HE SAID
So many of the Americans officials favors and some opposed his brave statement.
On the other hand he is the same general petraeus who was trying to negotiate with the afghan Taliban on the behalf of Super power America. He is the same general whose leadership gave America a chance to think of removing Taliban from terrorist list.
An other side of the picture is, the relations between the CIA and Pakistani ISI were deteriorated after the Abbot abad operation. and are not up to the level as were in the past. So this may be a confidence building measure from US.
But why Robert gates got retirement at this crucial time?
And why general petraeus?