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PTI's Haq 'bumps' into Pervez Rasheed -- Motorway diplomacy or what?
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Reports about rift between govt, army incorrect: Pervez

KARACHI: Federal Minister for Information Pervez Rashid refuted on Saturday that the government and army are not on the same page. Addressing the members of newly elected body of Council of Pakistan Newspapers Editors Standing Committee at an ... Daily Times, 2 days ago
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ATC hears Ghazi murder case today

islamabad - An important hearing of Ghazi Abdul Rashid murder case against former President General (Retd) Pervez Musharraf will be held here today (Saturday). Additional District and Sessions Judge Islamabad (west) Parvaizul Qadir Memon will ...
 The Nation Pakistan4 days ago Musharraf declared PO in Ghazi Abdul Rasheed murder case  Pakistan Today1 month ago Musharraf declared proclaimed offender in high treason case  Business Standard1 month ago Ghazi murder case: Verdict reserved on maintainability  The Express Tribune4 days ago

AIIB to collaborate in infrastructure development in Madhya Pradesh; MP CM on China visit

Bhopal, June 23 (Pervez Bari): Asian Infrastructure Development Bank, (AIIB), will collaborate in infrastructure development in Madhya Pradesh. In this regard, discussions were held between the state Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and AIIB's ...
 Siasat Daily6 days ago
Pakistan Observer

Droning Mullah Fazlullah: Beyond the rhetoric

By Pervez Hoodbhoy I n Pakistan, anger has greeted the killing of Afghan Taliban head, Mullah Mansour, by an American drone on Pakistani territory. When senior US officials visited army chief Gen Raheel Sharif at the Rawalpindi GHQ, he ...
 South Asia Monitor1 week ago Drone attack on Mullah Mansoor  Pakistan Observer3 weeks ago DNA test confirmed Mullah Mansoor death  Equilibrio Informativo3 weeks ago Police asked to investigate Mullah Mansour drone strike  Equilibrio Informativo3 weeks ago
Ani News

Musharraf blames India for Torkham clash

Kabul, June 16 (ANI): Former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf has blamed India for the Torkham clash between the Afghan and Pakistani forces. Musharraf made the online remarks after the death of a senior Pakistani army officer, who was ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago
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Pak court declares Pervez Musharraf as 'absconder' in case of high treason

Islamabad: Having failed to appear in person despite repeated summons, former Pakistani dictator General Pervez Musharraf was today declared an "absconder" by a special tribunal trying him for high treason. Directing authorities to produce him before...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago On the run: Pervez Musharraf declared 'absconder' in high treason case  First Post.com1 month ago Musharraf declared absconder by Pakistan court  Sify1 month ago Pervez Musharraf declared an 'absconder' by Pakistani tribunal  DNA1 month ago
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Bill Clinton visited Pakistan in 2000 to save Nawaz Sharif's life: Former PM Shaukat Aziz

Shaukat Aziz, who held prime minister's office under Gen (retd) Pervez Musharraf from 2004 to 2007, also claimed that both Musharraf and Benazir Bhutto did not want Nawaz Sharif to return to Pakistan before the 2008 general elections and tried to keep him in ...
 DNA2 weeks ago Clinton came to Pakistan to save Sharif from the gallows, says ex-Pak PM  Times of India2 weeks ago Bill Clinton visited Pak in 2000 to save Sharif's life: Former PM Shaukat Aziz  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago Clinton's visit sole purpose was to save Sharif from hanging: Ex-PM  The Gulf Today2 weeks ago
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Benazir, Musharraf did not want Sharif to return from exile, reveals ex-PM

Islamabad, June 9 (IANS) Former Pakistan Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz has claimed that former president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf and Benazir Bhutto did not want Nawaz Sharif to return to Pakistan before the 2008 general elections. Aziz, who ...
 Yahoo! India2 weeks ago Benazir, Musharraf Did Not Want Nawaz Sharif To Return From Exile: Ex-PM  NDTV2 weeks ago Shaukat Aziz's memoirs are lies to ingratiate himself to Sharifs, says Musharraf's cousin  Pakistan Today2 weeks ago
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Government relaxed rules to allow Pervez Musharraf to leave Pakistan

Pakistan government relaxed the rules to allow former military dictator Pervez Musharraf to go abroad, a special court hearing the high treason case against him was told on Tuesday. Musharraf, 72, was allowed in February to go to the UAE for medical ...
 Zee News2 months ago Govt relaxed rules to allow Musharraf to leave Pakistan  Business Standard2 months ago Pakistan govt relaxed rules to allow Pervez Musharraf to leave country, claims report  First Post.com2 months ago

Get your birth, death certificates on NDMC site

Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf, who was born in 1943 in Delhis Girdhari Lal Maternity Hospital, was a senior citizen when the New Delhi Municipal Council finally dug out his birth certificate in 2005. Today, however, such a task would be a matter ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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