The bill was a landmark achievement in the face of strong opposition from mullahs and other tullahs of Parliament and Senate.
It said, among other things, freedom of expression (sexual, religious, etc).
The story, narrated in first person, is about restless d After reading Karachi You’re Killing Me, I walked away with two things;1) Ample and I mean ample mention of alcohol of various types.
The story, narrated in first person, is about restless days and nights in the life of a Karachi based journalist.
Kids born today due to activities at Do Darya (two rivers, Phase 8, DHA) will surely be a living, futuristic legacy of Gen (r ) Musharraf’s rule. Therefore, he announced his famous bill, called Women Bill.
Musharraf once announced that women shall be equal to men and that they must receive similar respect as men get (which men, he never told us).
Relating to my last post, Is Karachi ready for Osama bin Laden, I would like to add that atleast Taliban and Osama bhai won’t allow this to happen and we will be able to INSHALLAH control our population.
Karachi travel guide ejaz wonderful guide ahmed Yes quite detailed.
Abdul Hafeez, whose sister, two uncles and all their families were on the bus, said: “A total nine members of my family were on board and nobody survived.”The Minister of Transportation for Sindh Province, Mir Mumtaz Hussain Jakhrani, confirmed that the collision occurred 31 miles outside of Karachi, in the early hours of the morning.
Mohammed Hanif says: "Racey, pacey and laugh-out-loud funny.
A Murree beer-soaked love letter to Karachi and journalism."Ayesha is a twenty-something reporter in one of the world's most dangerous cities.
Her assignments range from showing up at bomb sites and picking her way through scattered body parts to interviewing her boss's niece, the couture-cupcake designer.