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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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Salman Taseer – Sharif’s “extrajudicial” FIA building

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Punjab Governor Salman Taseer (PPP) interviewed by Rana Mubasher – Mar 9, 2010 – NewsOne TV

Missing first part of interview.

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Fruits of the Lawyer’s Movement

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Host of the program “Awam Ki Awaz” on CNBC visits city courts in Karachi to see the improvements made by the much vaunted (by “civil society” and the “honorable lawyers”) Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry.

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Musharraf interview – Kamran Shahid

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Musharraf interview on Frontline with Kamran Shahid on Express News TV – Sept 13, 2009

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Truth about Kargil

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Dr. Danish examines the truth about Kargil with Siddique Al-Farooq (PML-N), Gohar Ayub (PML-Q, and son of Ayub Khan) and Brigadier (R) M. Ali Jawed (Analyst).

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Yasin Malik vs. Imran Khan

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Yasin Malik criticizes those who take domestic politics and take it overseas in other countries. Compares the unity among overseas Hindus who while critical of each other inside India, do not distinguish between themselves when they are overseas and lobby for India.

This seems to catch Imran Khan in his tracks as he is in the middle of a tirade against our leaders and taking it overseas.

This is one of the weaknesses of Imran Khan, that while railing (correctly) against the (usually nonthinking) Pakistanis who start acting like they are Western themselves and take their case to the West, he himself allows himself to succumb to that. Taking the domestic politics of Pakistan and taking it to the U.K. “advising” them about the unsuitability of such and such candidate in Pakistan. All the while being unthinking about the impression this creates in people in Pakistan. The “going to London” to advise outsiders is not much different from the behaviour he has criticized earlier.

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