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Musharraf on Rana Mubasher show

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Pervez Musharraf appears on Rana Mubasher to confirm plans to return to Pakistan.

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Hafeez Pirzada explains 18th amendment

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Abdul Hafeez Pirzada (drafter of 1973 constitution) explains 18th amendment on Dawn TV.

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Such Ka Safar – Aug 22, 2009

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Such Ka Safar examines the varieties of pavement dwellers on the streets of Rawalpindi/Islamabad.

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August 22, 2009 at 6:51 pm

Pakistan after Musharraf

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Pakistan after Musharraf resignation. Dawn TV interviews some people (though not enough).

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Hamid Mir and lying journalists – Najam Sethi

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Najam Sethi skewers Hamid Mir, Ansar Abbasi and possibly Talat Hussain for deliberate lying on Baitullah Mehsud’s involvement.

He states that while there existed evidence to the contrary, these anchors deliberately aired programs after Benazir Bhutto’s assassination which aimed to absolve him from the murder.

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Shaukat Aziz interview – Mahreen Khan

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Mahreen Khan interviews Shaukat Aziz in London on the accusations made against him by both opposing and PML-Q politicians and the media.

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Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry upholds Doctine of Necessity

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After all the talk of the evils of “Doctrine of Necessity”, and how this “new Supreme Court” will do something new, we have the Supreme Court decision under Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry endorsing the “Doctrine of Necessity”.

Using it to justify the actions that were taken by Musharraf – except that it is chastising him for doing an extra-constitutional step (when Musharraf instituted Emergency), a step that Musharraf himself acknowledged was extra-constitutional in interviews.

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