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· April, 2006

Stories about Pakistan from April, 2006

Pakistan 451 reports on more sites being blocked in Pakistan because of directives issued by the government.

Pakistan: Blog-o-strikes back

I realize I've been MIA on GV but I shall reveal on the QT that I ODed on FOX TV, as a result my IQ was pronounced DOA by my...

Pakistan: The Bin Laden Story

The various sides of the Bin Laden story. Why various stories still float around and who benefits from them on A Journey To The End Of Time.

Pakistan: Baisakhi

Baisakhi celebrations in Pakistan via Metroblogging Islamabad – “Thousands of Sikh pilgrims from across the world, including India, Britain, Canada, Afghanistan, Germany and Switzerland, arrived early in the morning to...

Pakistan: Hasan Abdal

Shirazi has a post on Hasan Abdal near Islamabad where “The legend has it that in 1521 AD, while passing through then deserted area on a very hot day, Guru...

Pakistan: Some developments

Crow's nest on a motley bunch of developments in Pakistan – from party politics to the recently held World Social Forum in Karachi.

Pakistan: Islamabad now

Metroblogging Islamabad on how the city appears to have lost some of its shine. “Now the blue tiled watercourses and cascades at Pakistan Secretariat are lying dry and dirty. We...

Pakistan: Islamic Relief

Yasmine profiles the work of Islamic Relief -“sponsoring a series of six dinners around the United States, in order to raise funds for continuing support for the victims of last...

India, Pakistan: Killing the Wiki

The impact of Indo-Pak rivalry spills onto the wikipedia says Pickled Politics. “Brainwashed to their respective (distorted) versions of history, Indian and Pakistani nationalists are busy slugging it out over...

Pakistan: World Social Forum

Raheel attends the World Social Forum in Karachi and has updates. “Nonetheless, WSF was a great learning and interactive experiences where I made some new friends and atleast interacted with...

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