by Manzoor Chandio, email@example.com
Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Saturday broke the tradition of speaking national language during official ceremonies and made his speech in Seraiki at the ground-breaking ceremony of the Multan Airport’s upgradation.
PM Gilani even doesn’t shy speaking Seraiki in the PM house with all delegations from south Punjab. PM Gilani and President Zardari also communicate in Seraiki which is mother tongue of both of them.
This assertiveness on the part of the head of state and the head of government should be a lesson for all Sindhi ministers who have inferiority complex of speaking
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BUNER: Instead of pulling out of Buner as they had announced on Thursday, the Taliban of Swat moved on Friday to consolidate their hold and took control of new areas, including the shrine of Sufi saint Pir Baba. Security forces offered no resistance.
Continue reading The fall of buner- After Swat the district of Buner is on the verge of being captured
In the wake of the sterling success of its third manned space mission, China is sitting proud and looking ahead to its future in space
Courtesy and Thanks: Space.com
October 2, 2008
The Asia-Pacific Space Agency continues to grow,, combining the spacefaring ambitions of China, Iran, Turkey, Pakistan, Cambodia, Indonesia and others:
Continue reading Pakistan, China, Turkey, Iran and others in growing Asia Pacific Space Agency