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- January 2nd, 2008, 08:05 PM #21
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Anyways,we are discussing about the post-Banazir crises and in that regard, Maik7upurz is pretty right...we r not under HEC, we come under health ministry and our college re-opened from today! I reckon things are much better around now
Plan ahead, it wasnt raining when Noah built the Ark!January 4th, 2008, 04:01 PM #22
now u are just talking what we are cramped for so many years. i am not talking about one interview that was narrated by one of his closest companion and it was there in news paper. rest for all people there is nothing more fascinating to energize people than to raise this slogan. dont take it personally as right or wrong.
ya surely conditions much improving now a days. just 15 hours of load shedding and all prices climbing up day by day. i am sure in few months time there will be riots in country. when poor people will not get even bread to eat , dont they indulge in riots. surely .
scotland yard team must have arrived today but surely they will speak the words of government . if not wrong this same team who solved so called bob woolmers case. right na. stupidity.January 4th, 2008, 11:32 PM #23January 5th, 2008, 12:24 AM #24
benazir was assassinated...very tragic!a woman, a mother, a leader was killed and that is why it is sad!but it is not right to come out on the streets and to loot and to burn shops! we cannot and shouldnot harm our country...wtever it is pakistan comes first because we need to realize pakistan isnt bcoz of benazir, benazir was bcoz of pakistan!
this is a situation of crisis...our country needs us so we need to stand united and fight against all those who want to break pakistan up...its high time we put an end to this blame game and actuallyy do smfin for this country!February 26th, 2008, 01:44 PM #25
well pakistani people take that issue too much aggressively
we were here without electricity
our mid term exams got disturbed
we had prepared for our exams in emergency light
well benazir was a great leader
and she sacrifice her life for her countryMarch 2nd, 2008, 07:25 PM #26
Blah mush sent pakistan back to the stone ages! no electricity.. come on its 2008 and I live in the capital, can only imagine what its like in other areas.Never let the fear of striking out, keep you from playing the game.March 5th, 2008, 11:12 AM #27
6 blasts in naval war college in lahore yesterday............................. i wish were a shop owner born to a malay father and a indonesian mother..........cuz then i wouldnt be stuck in KE and hence pakistan.....
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