10 reasons why US should apologize to Pakistan

Pakistan’s demand of apology from US occurs after the brutal killings of 24 Pakistani Soldiers in an Attack by Nato and ISAF on a Pakistani Check post .Pakistan is called as Front Line ally in “War Against Terrorism” but US and Nato’s acts have shown that they have no respect for Pakistan.Instead of recognizing its role, and helping Pak Army every year Pakistani soldiers are being killed by Nato , ISAF and US bombings. US has apologize to India for detaining a Bollywood celebrity for 2 hours at airport,but has not apologize still yet to Pakistan for Killing their 24 Soldiers. Here are at least 10 reasons why US owes the Pakistan its deepest apology:

1)      Formation of Al-Qaeda : After the Soviet Union invasion in Afghanistan, America supported the Muslim Mujahideen from all over the world to fight against Soviet Soldier giving them millions of dollars and every king of lethal weapon free of cost. Millitary training was provided to fighters but after the war has come to end no action was taken to sent them back to their home countries and they dispersed in Afghanistan and Tribal Areas Pakistan.Osama Bin Laden was very much passionate and dynamic,he gathered such people and formed Al-Qaida by the Grace of US.

2)      Salalah Checkpost Killings: The Salala incident, occurred when U.S.-led NATO forces engaged Pakistani security forces at two Pakistani military checkposts along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border on Saturday, 26 November 2011.Two NATO Apache helicopters an AC-130 gunship and two F-15E Eagle fighter jets entered into the Pakistani border area of Salala at 2 a.m. local time, from across the border in Afghanistan and opened fire at two border patrol check-posts, killing up to 24 Pakistani soldiers and wounding 13 others. Pakistan demanded apology from US on the killing of their Soldiers but US has not apologized yet.

3)      Supporting Dictatorship : US has supported military Dictators in Pakistan since 1965.Yahya Khan and Pervez Musharraf was the worse of all.US has used them in her own interest and after  achieving their goal America removed them off. US is a biggest supporter of Dictatorship all over the world.US has not just Supported Saddam Hussain in Iraq,  Gaddafi  in Libya and Husni Mubarak in Egypt but has also supported Dictators in Vietnam,Iran,Jordan,Korea,Saudi Arabia,Panama,Mexico,south Africa,Cuba,Chile,Bolivia,Indonesia,Brazil,Nicaragua,Huandorus,Guatemala,Spain,Nigeria,Uganda,Congo,China,Taiwan and so on…..



Indian Railways’ Turnaround and Pakistan Railways in crises allaround

While reading the book of Organizational Behavior, I reached at the appendix in which comprehensive cases of some individuals (Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mahatma Gandhi etc) and some successful Business organizations like Walt-Mart, Apple Inc. were given. I continued to turn the pages to reach at the end of book. Suddenly I saw a heading “Indian Railways: A Turnaround Story”. I started to read this story.
You would tend to think that what is special in it. . .The reason why i took interest in reading is that Pakistan Railway is going through a crises and is going constantly in decline from past few years, so success story of same department of neighboring country pulled all my attention.

The book states :

Indian Railways, the largest bureaucratic organization in the world, made a surplus of INR 130 billion in 2005-2006 and of about 200 billion INR in 2006-2007……
How can the indian Railways, which was running into losses or marginal surplus for years together show such results ? Surplus was as low as 1.49 billion in 1999-2000. Lalu Parsad Yadav, the minister of railways of government of India, has been able to bring in positive results. He reposes faith in 1.4 million employees of Indian Railway.


– Words of Quaid قائد کی باتیں

Quaid e Azam said

“Come forward as servants of Islam, organise the people economically,
socially, educationally and politically and I am sure that you will be
a power that will be accepted by everybody.”


Thar coal project starts production successfully: Dr Samar

Thar coal project starts production successfully: Dr Samar

Thar coal power generation project has completed successfully, member of the Science and Technology Planning Commission, Dr Samar Mubarakmand said on Wednesday.

Talking to a private TV channel, Dr. Samar said that the project would bring prosperity in the country. “Pakistan has enough coal reserves that can provide electricity to the country for more than 30 years,” he said.


UN climate conference: In Durban, Pakistan wins ‘Robin Hood’ award

DURBAN: Pakistan won the ‘Robin Hood’ award at the UN climate talks for proposing financial transaction tax (FTT) as an innovative source of financing the Green Climate Fund (GCF), on Saturday.

The award was given to Pakistan by the youth constituency of the UNFCCC, known as YOUNGO.

“The Green Climate Fund is very important for developing countries. Finding sources and channels to mobilise money into the fund is crucial,” said Director UN-II Mirza Salman Babar Beg, who is part of the negotiating team in Durban.


Facebook may face ban in Pakistan for defiance

International website Facebook may again face ban in Pakistan, as a petition has recently been filed in the Lahore High Court praying to block it permanently for hosting a fresh blasphemous caricature drawing contest world over under a title “2nd Annual Draw Muhammad Day on May 20, 2011.

Interior Minister Rahman Malik has also told the media that Youtube may face ban if it is not ready to cooperate with the government of Pakistan and does not observes codes on releasing contents. This ban is supposedly on the sites like Google and Youtube because, according to him, terrorist networks across the country are using these sites as hosts to the promotion of their terrorist activities. (more…)