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Pervez Musharraf: In the Line of Fire

Pak Intelligence Used Jaish To Target India In My Time: Musharraf

Mar 07, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Musharraf also welcomed the action against the JeM, saying it had tried to assassinate him twice in December 2003.

A Cat And Mouse Game

May 04, 2011 Pervez Hoodbhoy

Osama’s killing is now a bone stuck in the throat of Pakistan’s establishment that can neither be swallowed nor spat out.


Quo Vadis?

Musharraf is expected to make the customary pre-Independence Day telecast unless he is prevented by the government from doing so. If he telecasts his message, he may give an indication of his future plans. Will he announce his resignation from the po

Options In Pakistan

Aug 08, 2008 B. Raman

Various scenarios are possible on the question of impeachment proceedings against Musharraf, but the situation in Kashmir makes it necessary for the Indian army to redouble its preparedness for any eventuality. In the meanwhile, who is in charge of P


No One At The Wheel

Pakistan is not yet a failed state, but it is a state with a failed leadership. The only possible way out is for the US to exercise pressure on Musharraf to leave in grace. He is the main stumbling block in the way of a national consensus.

03 October, 2006

General Distrust

Nagendar Sharma

A former foreign minister of Pakistan and a former Indian high commissioner in Islamabad on whether General Musharraf can be trusted after the latest disclosures in his book.


03 October, 2006

General Unhappiness

B. Raman

Discontent mounts in Pakistan armed forces against how Musharraf conducted himself in public and TV interviews during his recent visit to the US and the UK


03 October, 2006

General Bluster

K.P.S. Gill

It is high time that the US and the world called the Pakistani bluff, and demanded that the country and its leadership fulfil its commitments to neutralise terrorism from its soil, and engage in international relations in accordance with contemporary


29 September, 2006

Musharraf's Mein Kampf

B. Raman

The world failed to take note of the sick mind behind Mein Kampf. Millions of people died as a result. A similar catastrophe awaits the world if it ignores the sick mind behind In the Line of Fire.


27 September, 2006

US Taxpayers Funding Terror

B. Raman

Police sources in Pakistan say that even if Musharraf retracts from his admission, it is a fact that the payments were made to the ISI, which it used for funding the Neo Taliban, the LeT and other jihadi organisations.


27 September, 2006

Throwing Dust In His Own Eyes

B. Raman

Let's just take Musharraf's version of Kargil and compare it not with the version of Indian military officers and strategic analysts but with a version from a respected Pakistani military analyst...


26 September, 2006

In The Line Of Fire

So what is common to the Indian army, DOAE, BJP, PML, ISI, US Department of State and many others? Why, they all are deeply upset and outraged at the General's memoirs described variously as "fiction", "a pack of lies", "stingy with the truth", "s


25 September, 2006

'The Ultimate Solution'

Media

'We need to talk of demilitarizing. We need to talk of giving self-governance to the people of Kashmir. And then we need to have an overall joint management body overseeing both sides of the line of control...'


25 September, 2006

'I Want The World To Know The Truth'

General Pervez Musharraf

'My autobiography is a window into contemporary Pakistan and my personal role in shaping it. I have lived a passionate life, perhaps impetuously in my early years, but always focused on self-improvement and the betterment of my country.'


25 September, 2006

'I Broke Down And Cried'

1971. Bangladesh carved out of Pakistan. "All my brave soldiers cried with me. It remains most sad and most painful day of my life. My anger at the General who had taken charge of government and at some of the politicians of the time, still makes me


25 September, 2006

9/11 And After

"In what was to be the most undiplomatic statement ever made, Armitage added, if we chose the terrorists then we should be prepared to be bombed back to the Stone Age."


25 September, 2006

On Dr A Q Khan's Nuke Walmart

'There is strong probability that the genesis of the Indian uranium enrichment programme may also have its roots in the Dubai-based network and could be a copy of the Pakistani centrifuge design'


25 September, 2006

The Coup, The Counter-Coup

Musharraf dwells at length on the theatrical circumstances in which he became the President of Pakistan.


Photo Gallery

A farmer sits near his red chillies at a deserted APMC market, during the weekend curfew imposed by the Karnataka government to curb the spread of COVID-19, in Hubballi.

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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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A health worker collects swab sample of a woman for COVID-19 test, amid concerns over rising Omicron cases, in Gurugram.

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Traffic jam on a road at Shalimar Bagh during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

PTI Photo/ Shahbaz Khan

The Lajpat Nagar market wears a deserted look during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

PTI Photo/ Shahbaz Khan
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