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· September, 2007

Stories about Pakistan from September, 2007

Pakistan: Twenty20 Finals

  24 September 2007

Twenty20 couldn't have had a more spectacular final match. All Things Pakistan has an interesting comment thread on the India-Pakistan match.

Pakistan: The Twenty20 Final

  24 September 2007

A thrilling final match at the Twenty20 World Cup between India and Pakistan. Kaleidescope liveblogs the entire match in two parts – Part 1 and Part 2.

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Free Speech Roundup: Turkey, Russia, Pakistan, India

  19 September 2007

For the second time in a year, a Turkish court ordered, on Tuesday September 18, to block access to YouTube.com over videos deemed insulting to the country's leaders. In Russia, the 23-year old LiveJournal blogger, who wrote a fictional story on his blog inspired by the Virginia Tech shooting, could face up to three years in prison for "falsely warning of a terror threat." In Pakistan, access to the popular blogging platform blogspot.com has been blocked again. And Mumbai's police are planning to install keystroke loggers in cyber cafes.

Pakistan: Dr Awab Alvi

  14 September 2007

The Pakistani Spectator has an interview with Dr Awab Alvi, an active Pakistani blogger also involved in the information campaign surrounding the block on accessing Blogspot blogs in Pakistan.

Pakistan: Defense Day

  6 September 2007

The Pakistani Spectator on defense day in Pakistan. “On 6th day of September 1965 Pakistan army had to defend the sovereignty of the country against the aggressor India army.”

Pakistan: Getting used to it all

4 September 2007

Metroblogging Islamabad on what appeared to be not too much movement or panic because of the blasts in Rawalpindi.

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