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· July, 2007

Stories about Pakistan from July, 2007

Pakistan: Blast in Islamabad

The Pakistani Spectator writes immediately after a bomb blast in Islamabad killing several people.

Pakistan: America's Got Talent

Metroblogging Lahore on a Karachite who makes it to the semifinals of the TV reality series America's Got Talent.

Pakistan: Chaniot

Light Within on a town called Chaniot – famous for its woodwork and the furniture industry.

Pakistan: News Channels

The Pakistani Spectator on media and news channels in Pakistan.

Pakistan: On Harry Potter

All Things Pakistan on the popularity of the Harry Potters series, as the seventh and final book is released.

Bangladesh: Media and Fretting

Mash on US media and what he terms as “a whole lot of fretting over Pakistan”

Pakistan: Driving through Lahore

Light Within on the traffic situation of Lahore, as the city becomes a popular destination in Asia.

Pakistan: Human Rights Commission of Pakistan

iFaqeer on why the author is proud of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, and on their new blog.

Pakistan: Bloggers discuss the bomb blast in Islamabad

In Islamabad, a bomb blast triggered by a suicide bomber killed at least ten people at a rally in support of Pakistan's suspended chief judge. Following the tense time in...

Pakistan: Mobile Activism

All Things Pakistan on mobile activism in Pakistan, given the recent turbulence in the country.

Pakistan: Open letter to the Supreme Court

The Pakistani Spectator has an open letter to the Supreme Court regarding the government's role in the Lal Masjid issue.

Pakistan: Monkeys and Countries

The Pakistani Spectator compares the current dynamics of international politics to the dances performed by monkeys owned by keepers to earn money.

Pakistan: Lal Masjid and afterwards

All Things Pakistan is provoked by the photograph of a father who son is inside the Lal Masjid. “Right now all these questions seem really petty and small. This is...

Pakistan: Ghazi Brothers and Lal Masjid

Metroblogging Islamabad on the Lal Masjid clerics, and why the mosque is called the “Red Mosque”.

Bangla blog musings: Mosque, mausoleum, music and Marxism

The Taj Mahal has won a place of glory in the recently announced list of the seven wonders of the world, much to the delight of Bangla bloggers. Shaukat Husein...

Pakistan: Lal Masjid and the Media

Whisk feels that the media could do a better job of covering the Lal Masjid issue by exploring other angles.

Pakistan: Attempt on Musharraf's Life

Metroblogging Islamabad on the attempt to assassinate President Musharraf.

South Asia: Doctors in the UK

With doctors in the NHS being connected to the terror plot in the UK, The Daily Rhino on the politics of healthcare and NHS.

Pakistan: Lal Masjid and Truths

Behind the Chairman's Door has a sharp response to those who state the Government in Pakistan shouldn't have dealt with the Lal Masjid issue the way it had.

Pakistan: Lal Masjid and Opinions

Metroblogging Islamabad attempts to collate opinions on the Lal Masjid shootout.

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