Imtiaz Gul

Imtiaz Gul


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Leg­is­la­tor Abd al-Sat­tar Wazir promised his vot­ers in the South Waziris­tan bor­der re­gion to fight for their fun­da­men­tal rights and in­fra­struc­ture de­vel­op­ment of the re­mote and ne­glect­ed area.

Published On 5 Dec 2003

For her rosy cheeks, Sameena’s par­ents used to call her “rose­bud.” How­ev­er, lit­tle could they imag­ine their rose­bud will with­er away soon af­ter be­ing mar­ried off to a dis­tant rel­a­tive in the Dir dis­trict of Pak­istan’s North­west­ern Fron­tier Province (NWFP).

Published On 18 Oct 2003

 “I per­son­al­ly con­veyed mes­sages to (In­di­an) Prime Min­is­ter AB Va­j­pay­ee through every in­ter­na­tion­al leader that if In­di­an troops moved a sin­gle step across the in­ter­na­tion­al bor­der or Line of Con­trol, they should not ex­pect a con­ven­tion­al war from Pak­istan.”

Published On 14 Oct 2003

When se­nior Pak­istani and Chi­nese of­fi­cials as­sem­bled in Is­lam­abad to mark Chi­na’s na­tion­al day on 1 Oc­to­ber, the bon­homie on show was un­der­stand­able.

Published On 9 Oct 2003

The dead­ly am­bush that killed a top Pak­istani cler­ic in Is­lam­abad on Mon­day sym­bol­is­es the end of a whole gen­er­a­tion of zeal­ous Sun­ni lead­ers.

Published On 8 Oct 2003

Among the most ex­tra­or­di­nary moun­tain scenery in the world, the de­scen­dents of one of the world’s great con­querors strug­gle for ex­is­tence.

Published On 3 Oct 2003