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Peer

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  1. Oh yes, tahasyed was another one I met. We went to the same school. Not sure what happened to him after that.
  2. Who was the member that was in touch with ayatollah bashir najafi?
  3. Yes I know who you're now (nida helped). And we did meet once years ago at council. I think it was ashura or arbaeen. That reminds me you're the only person I met besides Sarah Zaidi (Nida stood me up on the cold streets of London fcourse) oh and Aisha younas
  4. Going good, brothers!! Ibn al-Hussein: you gotta tell people you've changed names, so we don't feel embarrassed to have "forgotten" you. And HR, all is well. Alhumdolillah just got back from umrah and ziaraat 2 days ago (and so sitting here messaging at 3am)..Still in Canada...working my life away...
  5. wow @HR good to see you're still breathing bro!
  6. Here she charges $500 per hour. and not for "house calls" but for majalis in proper established imambargahs and not for "other lectures" but for zikr Hussain
  7. Peer

    All Old Skool Geezas

    lol whts up Hussain?
  8. Peer

    walaikum salam...

    im good, bro., how u doing?

  9. ^If you want to include Ismailis, then Azim Premji of India would top the list. Till last year, he was the richest man in India (position now taken over by the Ambanis).
  10. Ok, so go the easy way: IT IS PAKISTAN. Such incidents will keep happening unless India gets serious and go after the real terrorists, indiscriminately. When you blame Pakistan for your own failings, you encourage such incidents to happen again in future (because the real terrorists remain at large). So I heard there are voices now for Mr. Modi to be the next Prime Minister of India? :squeez:
  11. Conflicting media reports? dont know what/how to report? First they spoke in URDU, a language spoken in Pakistan (this is how they defined Urdu), and were demanding the release of all the mujahideens in Indian jails. Now you're informing us of the opposite. As for speaking volumes, the chief of the ATS of Mumbai was shot dead in these riots. He had been receiving threats of "serious consequences" after he had captured the culprits of Malegaon incident. Culprits included Hindu priests and a serving Indian Army Colonel (who happens to be an ex RAW official too). Speaks volume?
  12. LOL, eactly! I wonder why the terrorist who attacked the Indian Parliament during BJP's government were all carrying with them their Pakistani National Identity cards!
  13. you aren't making much sense here, buddy. Grow up.
  14. ^Thats the reason they say Ali KARAMULLAH WAJHU
  15. LOL. yeah I watched the show, I hate that guy with passion. To cover up Iftikhar Chaudhry's sin of providing legal cover to Musharraf's toppling of Nawaz Sharif's government, Ather Minallah said that Hazrat Omar and Hazrat Ali were also Kafir before accepting Islam. Haider Abbas Rizvi of MQM said, "Hazrat Ali ko exempt kardein." Javed Hashmi afterwards tried to soothe the environment as well.
  16. Mustafa Kamal declared second best world mayor KARACHI: An award winning American magazine Foreign Policy, has chosen Nazim Karachi, Syed Mustafa Kamal as second among the three best mayors in the world for the year 2008. The magazine has included the names of Berlin Mayor Klaus Wowereit and Wang Hongju, Mayor of Chongqing as the other mayors of the moment, said a CDGK statement issued on Sunday. The magazine said no city globalises on its own, but with shrewd investments and smart urban planning, a mayor can help turn a regional player into a global powerhouse. About Mustafa Kamal the magaz
  17. I think that would depend on the city you wanna be in. In Karachi, I think Karachi University offers Ph.D programs in social sciences. As for Management, there are a few other universities as well (Greenwich, for example).
  18. ^Nazariya-e-Pakistan? Nevermind, it's you, Satyam. I should have known better!
  19. ^Nazariya-e-Pakistan has nothing to do with the economic remedies. It is good for one to take some fresh air once in a while.
  20. ^easier said than done. There doesn't seem to be many options to choose from.
  21. Bitter fruits of IMF bailout By Mazhar Tufail ISLAMABAD: Pakistan will have to cut its defence budget by 30 per cent in the next four years if it agrees to the IMF conditions for a bailout package now being discussed in Dubai between the two sides, a document containing the IMF conditions seen by this correspondent reveals. Under extremely tough conditions, Pakistan would get $9.6 billion from the IMF during the next three years at a mark-up rate of 16.7 per cent per annum, reveals the document. The IMF funding will not be rescheduled, says the document. Pakistan would also furnish to the IMF
  22. Lately, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (based in Jhang) has been involved in most of these "high-profile" suicide missions. The attack on Benazir that killed 128 people in Karachi, is suspected to have been carried out by some Maulana Sindhi of LeJ (Benazir named him). The attack on that Nawani(?) family in Bhakkar. When there was intelligence of a few suicide bombers in a house in Karachi, and when police circled them they brought the house down with a suicide blast. Now this one at Marriott..
  23. How US can pay debts By Eric Margolis At the end of World War II, the British Empire still ruled nearly a quarter of the globe. But the war bankrupted Britain. Its once mighty empire quickly collapsed and the United States inherited much of the British Imperium. Six decades later, the United States is close to bankruptcy thanks to a national orgy of borrowing, the replacement of manufacturing by financial manipulation, ruinous foreign wars, and a government whose stunning incompetence and arrant stupidity was exceeded only by its reckless imperial arrogance. The financial panic now gripping th
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