Saturday, December 27, 2008

We have non-state actors, says Zardari- Politics/Nation-News-The Economic Times

We have non-state actors, says Zardari- Politics/Nation-News-The Economic Times

Thursday, December 25, 2008

West still ignores Pak's Taliban link - Politics/Nation-News-The Economic Times

West still ignores Pak's Taliban link - Politics/Nation-News-The Economic Times

Saturday, November 1, 2008

A Great World Leader

The world thanks this great leader for his contribution to humanity. We in India feel much safe than what we used to before 9/11.

Monday, September 29, 2008

Palin Contradicts McCain On Pakistan, Seems To Back Obama’s Position

  • (PHILADELPHIA) Sarah Palin told a customer at a Philadelphia restaurant on Saturday that the United States should “absolutely” launch cross-border attacks from Afghanistan into Pakistan in the event that it becomes necessary to “stop the terrorists from coming any further in,” a comment similar to the one John McCain condemned Barack Obama for making during last night’s presidential debate.
  • “If the United States has al Qaeda, bin Laden, top-level lieutenants in our sights, and Pakistan is unable or unwilling to act, then we should take them out,” Obama added. 
  • In her first national television interview after becoming the Republican vice presidential nominee, Palin was pressed by ABC’s Charlie Gibson on whether the U.S. should launch cross-border attacks into Pakistan. She said that the United States “must do whatever it takes” to thwart Islamic extremists and said, “America has to exercise all options in order to stop the terrorists who are hell bent on destroying America and our allies.” 

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Pakistan using US funds for preparing for war against India: Obama

  • Senator Obama vowed to hold Islamabad accountable for the massive military aid it has received from Washington if he is elected to the White House. He said his administration will increase pressure on the Pakistan to come to terms with terrorist safe havens along its northern border with Afghanistan. 
  • "So they're (Pakistan) using the military aid...Pakistan...they're preparing for a war against India," Senator Obama said. 
  • Maintaining that he will follow the al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden to the "gates of hell", the Democratic nominee said that this could be accomplished without resorting to sending ground troops to Pakistan. 

Saturday, September 6, 2008

John McCain likes to say that he'll follow bin Laden to the Gates of Hell - but he won't even go to the cave where he lives.
-------------------Barack Obama

Saturday, August 30, 2008

I don't know much about maccain. though, perhaps his policies are not much different from bush. As a person Obama is much greater than maccain, I suppose. Obama is open hearted, and perhaps Maccain is not.

Friday, August 1, 2008

1. Yes, Obama stick to your policies towards terrorism in Afghanistan and also towards those countries which sponsor terrorism, like Pakistan. Its common sense that US in the past have been quite soft towards Pakistan, and it’s high time to change such hypocrisy. The world needs to be united to annihilate terrorism wherever it exists on this earth.

2. If the world is helpless in annihilating terrorism in North-Western province of Pakistan, then let it raise hand, but no hypocrisy; no double-standard please! It’s true that Pakistan is a nuclear powered country; it’s also true that ISI (The Intelligence agency of Pakistan) is sponsoring terrorism. The organisation which supports and sponsors terrorism should be equally considered as terrorist out-fits.

Will Obama dare to bring ISI (The Intelligence agency of Pakistan) to justice? Can America bring ISI (The Intelligence agency of Pakistan) to justice, as it is bringing the Al-Qaida leaders to justice and as it had brought Saddam Hussein to justice?

3. We’ve (India) been fighting cross-border terrorism for years. Sometimes it seems we are helpless; there is no body on this earth to stop ISI from such dastardly acts.

Let’s expect to see a new hope in Obama. Let’s hope that the world community will be able to annihilate terrorism from Pakistan and Afghanistan.

4. If Obama will win, it’s not because of President Bush, as many believe, but because, the former is honest and truthful and has a mind which is open.