Archive for August, 2010

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

August 25th, 2010

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Muneeb Farooq presents a fresh episode of Tonight With Najam Sethi in Dunya TV and discus current issues with Najam Sethi.

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Kal Tak – August 5th 2010 – Intelligence Bureau chiefs

August 25th, 2010

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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.

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The 63rd Independence Day of Pakistan

August 15th, 2010

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Pakistan started from a scratch 63 years ago. Thorns were used in offices of the government instead of paper pins. Today, on our 63rd independence day, I would say that Pakistan indeed has come a long, in fact, a very long way and if we had not had the handicaps of bad governance, corruption, nepotism, cronyism and a few other social ills Pakistan may well have been part of the G20 i.e. the Group of 20 most advanced countries in the world.

I say this on the basis that South Korea, which is a country that is so much less blessed than Pakistan, embarked on its road to progress after adopting Pakistan’s First Five Year Plan and then implementing it and, thereafter, following it up with improved plans periodically. If South Korea is today the 14th largest economy in the world Pakistan could surely have done better but only if we had found our feet in the field of political leadership.

If Pakistan has not done well enough the responsibility for this failure must be attributed to none but the ruling political elite of Pakistan which is essentially feudal and is completely inefficient when it comes to governance. The feudal is traditionally corrupt and has always considered politics as a platform to improve upon his/her wealth and property. Pakistan and the poor people that the feudal lords rule have never been their priority. Oppression is the only rule that they are well conversant with as in that lies their political survival. » More: The 63rd Independence Day of Pakistan

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Watan Radio: Nizam e Cedit, Masood Sharif Khattak

August 13th, 2010

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