Stories about Pakistan from July, 2008
The Pakistani Spectator on what the Pakistani Prime Minister should say when he's in the US.
Ramblings goes to India, and has a wonderful and unique post on the Pakistani perspective.
Five Rupees ponders on who can be classified as middle class in Pakistan.
CHUP! on a senior Al Qaeda leader, Mustafa Abu al-Yazeed being interviewed on Pakistani television.
A persistent decline in share prices causes investors to turn violent at the Karachi Stock Exchange. More at CHUP!
Pakistaniat on the issue of water conservation in the cities of Pakistan.
The Pakistani Spectator on the increasing levels of violence against women in the country.
The Pakistani Spectator on the D-8 summit, and the focus on food production and trade cooperation.
Five Rupees on the government's ban on public sector employment in Pakistan.
All Things Pakistan wonders if Dubai in the United Arab Emirates is the new political centre for Pakistan.
The Pakistani Spectator on biofuel being on the of reasons for the worldwide food crisis.
A series of violent attacks in Pakistan, a bomb blast in Islamabad and then a series of bomb blasts in Karachi. More at CHUP!
Five Rupees reacts to an article on the Taliban and Pakistan in Vanity Fair.
The Pakistani Spectator on a series of bomb blasts in Karachi a short while ago.
An email forward with photographs of weddings of the sons of the Pakistani Prime Minister the Iranian President (Ahmadinejad) has A Jaywalker's Diary thinking.