Pakistan news of November 29, 2008 - Media, army, government blame Pakistan for Mumbai attacks

2008-11-29 14:59:56 (GMT) (Caymanmama.com - Pakistan News News)

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Pakistan news of November 29, 2008

  • Pakistan offers help in Mumbai blasts investigation
  • Indian media obsessed by Pakistan
  • Analysts predicts 3 million job cuts due to IMF conditions
  • Suicide bomb attack kills 6 in Bannu-Kohat
  • Poor trading session at Karachi Stock Exchange

Pakistan offers help in Mumbai blasts investigation

Islamabad: India received assurances from Pakistan the Pakistan would send ISI chief to India to share the evidences retrieved during the current Mumbai attack. Prime Minister of Pakistan, Yusuf Raza Gilani immediately accepted the Indian governments requests in this connection but later Government of Pakistan announced that instead of the ISI chief some one else from the security agency will be visiting Mumbai to establish that Pakistan has no links or direct involvement in the Mumbai attack.

Indian media obsessed by Pakistan

New Delhi: Mumbai attack was projected as a Mumbai (Bollywood) thriller with the Indian media not commenting and reporting but implanting suggestions that Pakistan is undoubtedly involved without waiting for the Indian investigation agencies to do their job. Indian army, security personal and the government high ups also without any hesitation implicated Pakistan in Mumbai attacks as per their past practice to provide juice to the world media and to turn the attention of the world and the Indian locals from the ineffectiveness and lack in the Indian security agencies.

The irresponsible attitude from Indian media and the government had previously too led them to face humiliation, as they later had to retrace the accusation by reporting involvement of their own commissioned and on jobs army personnel in the terrorist activities inside their own country, killing and injuring hundreds of Indian Muslims and Hindus.

Analysts predicts 3 million job cuts due to IMF conditions

Islamabad: The IMF loan of $7.6 billion might result in 3 million job cuts, rendering more people jobless and increasing poverty level of the country in the next 2 years. This was predicted by the RBS bank analyst in a discussion held on IMF loan. The discussion was titled ‘IMF: pain or panacea.”

Suicide bomb attack kills 6 in Bannu-Kohat

Bannu (NWFP): 6 people died in a suicide bomb attack when a suicide bomber rammed his explosive laden vehicle into the police van that was parked in front of the Guldad Hotel in Bannu-Kohat. Due the severity of the explosion both the vehicles were completely destroyed.

Poor trading session at Karachi Stock Exchange

Karachi: Only 3,700 share were traded yesterday at the Karachi Stock Exchange. With IMF not allowing the removal of floor till release of $3.1 billion of the IMF loan, the investors preferred to stay away from the trading session. The previous all time low trading was recorded at the Karachi Stock Exchange on October 14, 2008 when only 5,800 shares trading hands.

For more information on the above news visit: http://www.dawn.com/2008/11/29/int.htm



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