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Pervez Musharraf

Musharraf Declared Absconder, Two Sentenced In Benazir Bhutto Murder Case

Aug 31, 2017 Outlook Web Bureau

Former Rawalpindi CPO Saud Aziz and former Rawal Town SP Khurram Shahzad were sentenced to 17 years in prison


Whoever Works Actively Against Welfare Of Pakistan Should Be Killed: Musharraf

He also defended the country's previous military rulers, saying they have always brought the nation "back on track", while civilian governments derailed it.

Nawaz Sharif, 'Lion of Punjab', A Prime Minister Who Never Completed His Tenure

Jul 28, 2017 Outlook Web Bureau

The court verdict disqualifying Sharif plunges Pakistan into a political crisis at a time when country is facing brittle economy and surge in militancy.


Punjab, New Battleground For Pakistan

The upsurge in terrorist violence had gone as far as Punjab, even reaching the summits of military leadership in Pakistan. The concluding part of an exclusive two-part extract…

10 September, 2014
Pakistani protesters run during clashes near prime minister's home in Islamabad, Pakistan.

Under Siege

Ajit Kumar Singh

While Pakistan "continues to be a safe haven for terrorists", further strengthening of the destabilizing military-mullah combine can only compound the vulnerabilities of the Sharif government.


21 August, 2014

Soft Coup, Hard Reset?

Mohammad Taqi

It's Nawaz Sharif's decision to continue the judicial proceedings against Musharraf that remain at the heart of the current crisis, the ultimate beneficiary of which would be the military establishment


04 May, 2011

A Cat And Mouse Game

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.


16 April, 2010

'Could Have Been Prevented'

B. Raman

The UN report has not only blamed the previous government of Gen. Musharraf for failing to provide effective security to her but has also condemned the Pakistani intelligence agencies for preventing an effective investigation


28 April, 2009

General Knowledge

Ahmad Faruqui

Since he has friends in high places, it is unlikely that Musharraf will be tried in a court of law for his crimes against the constitution. But the people of Pakistan have a right to know what really happened during his tenure.


12 September, 2008

The Great Game Continues

S. Sathananthan

There is great euphoria among Pakistani liberals over the presumed "return to democracy". They are yet to discover Late Neo-colonialism. The manoeuvres against Musharraf bear uncanny resemblances to organised "people's power" the CIA unleashed during


19 August, 2008

Post Mush Blues

B. Raman

The Pakistan army's on the defensive vis-a-vis the political class after the humiliating exit of Musharraf. Who would be in charge of the nuclear arsenal, with Al Qaeda on the prowl? Are Nawaz and Zardari up to the task ahead? What role will the US


18 August, 2008

'Finally, Goodbye To Pakistan.... '

General Pervez Musharraf

'After viewing the situation and consulting legal advisers and political allies, with their advice I have decided to resign...I don't want anything from anybody. I have no interest. I leave my future in the hands of the nation and people.... God prot


18 August, 2008

The Morning After

B. Raman

Remember October 12,1999 when the people of Pakistan sang and danced in the streets? That's when Musharraf took over as the Chief Executive. Today, the people of Pakistan are singing and dancing at his exit...


16 August, 2008

The Nixon Principle

B. Raman

The present political and public atmosphere in Pakistan reminds one of the atmosphere that prevailed in Washington DC in August, 1974, before the then President Richard Nixon was persuaded with great difficulty by his friends and advisers to resign a


03 November, 2007

Proclamation Of Emergency Order

General Pervez Musharraf

I, Chief of Army Staff, proclaim emergency throughout Pakistan. I hereby order and proclaim that the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan shall remain in abeyance. This shall come into force at once.


26 January, 2007

The Trustworthy Warrior

B. Raman

Hail to the greatest "ally" of the US and the UK in the war against terrorism. No wonder Al Qaeda and the Taliban are making hay while Musharraf shines.


06 October, 2006

Security Scares For Musharraf

B. Raman

Pakistani Police officials admit that the blast in Rawalpindi on October 4 and the discovery of the rockets in Islamabad the next day are connected. Is there complicity by military/police elements?


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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.

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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.

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