Pakistan news of April 29, 2009 - Taliban threatens to spread into other cities if operation not stopped

2009-04-29 14:40:35 (GMT) (Caymanmama.com - Pakistan News News)

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Latest Pakistan news of April 29, 2009 in passing

  • US lawmakers assure $200 - $400 aid soon for Pakistan
  • Pakistan new operation against the militants get warm welcome in the US
  • Mahatma Ghandhi’s grand son wants Pakistan and India’s to discuss cooperation
  • New wave of killing spread throughout the city of Karachi
  • Karachi Stock Exchange regains 85.14 points after loosing a day earlier

US lawmakers assure $200 - $400 aid soon for Pakistan

Washington; In wake of supporting Pakistan in the present days to fight insurgency and to better the failing Pakistan economy the US law makers in both the houses of the Senate are preparing to pass the emergency aid set by the US president.

Democratic majority leader, Steny Hoyer told the reporters that, ‘Certainly, we are discussing with the administration what is needed, and I think that all of us are very concerned about what’s happening in Pakistan.’ ‘It may be appropriate, and I believe the administration is looking right now at … somewhere between two and four hundred million dollars for Pakistan,’ ‘We could pass really quickly, in just a matter of days.’

Pakistan new operation against the militants get warm welcome in the US

Washington: The launch of new military action in Pakistan Northern Areas against the militant received all praises in the US. The Pentagon and the State Department offered Pakistan full support and expressed hope that Pakistan security forces would not halt or withdraw from the current position.

Mahatma Ghandhi’s grand son wants Pakistan and India’s to discuss cooperation

New Delhi: Pakistan needs support from its neighbors, views Rajmohan Gandhi, the grandson of Mahatma Gandhi who believes that to overcome the current challenges Pakistan faces it must get support from its neighbors. Mr. Gandhi along with some senior citizens including the former Prime Minister I.K. Gujral Mr. Gandhi noted that, ‘At this time Indians must express total and unqualified support to all Pakistanis striving to preserve normal life in their country.’ ‘Threats to Pakistanis are not only threats to close neighbors; they are threats moving towards India, and threats that can easily scale the international border.’

New wave of killing spread throughout the city of Karachi

London: The run away chief of MQM, Altaf Hussain, from his London office spoke about the fresh waves of killing in the mega city of Pakistan, Karachi, wherein over a dozen people were killed.

Land grabbing by force and by threatening the land owners has become a political issue where the parties in power like MQM, ANP and PPP office bearers through the hoodlums are busy grabbing land where ever they can find causing loss to life of innocent land owners and others who intervene.

The ANP and MQM have been up against each other for quite some time and have been looking for minor incidents to kill each others activities.

Karachi Stock Exchange regains 85.14 points after loosing a day earlier

Karachi: The Karachi Stock Exchange close with the net gain of 85.14 points yesterday. The trading at the stock exchange started with volatility but later institutional buying triggered the gain. The KSE-100 index closed with 7,430.08 points on board.



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