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Sharif Bros & Punjab Police Brutality In Model Town

Sharif Bros and Punjab Police Brutality In Model Town

 

 

 

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Pakistanis are really angry.We have received numerous letters regarding the genocidal killing of Pakistan by Nawaz Sharif & Shahbaz Sharif,Here we present a sampling selected by our Editor: Adnan Khan
Subject: PunjabPolice Brutality In Model Town   We are in shock!!  While the Army is busy in Zarb e Azb the Punjab Police was busy in Azab e Zarb on defenceless unarmed innocent civilians.  Ordering a big hog-wash of a judicial enquiry is just buying time for damage control. Pun
jab Khadim e Alaa should become Nadim e Alaa and resign immediately!!
SHAMELESS KASHMIRI  THUGS HAVE SHOWN THEIR POWER BY KILLING INNOCENT PEOPLE OF LAHORE ON FLIMSY GROUNDS. GOVERNMENT OF FRAUDS HAS NO RIGHT TO RULE THE COUNTRY..  f
THIS KASHMIRI TOLA WILL HAVE TO PAY FOR THEIR DEEDS. 

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A Grim Independence Day for India

 
 
A Grim Independence Day for India
 
August 15, 2013
 
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, right, salutes during an Independence Day ceremony in New Delhi on Aug. 15
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, right, salutes during an Independence Day ceremony in New Delhi on Aug. 15

The Indian government tried to make this year’s Independence Day a special one, despite the country’s economic woes. That was never going to be easy, with the rupee continuing its long slide to record lows. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh acknowledged the problems of India’s economy in his speech at the Red Fort, the Muslim-Mughal-era citadel in the center of Delhi. “Economic growth has slowed down at present, and we are working hard to remedy the situation,” Singh said as he marked the anniversary of the end of British rule in 1947.

 

In the days before the Aug. 15 holiday, the government tried to change the subject by publicizing some impressive military breakthroughs. The country activated the atomic reactor for its first Made-in-India nuclear submarine over the weekend, for instance, and followed that up with the launch of its first home-developed aircraft carrier. The 37,500-ton ship won’t actually be operational for several more years, so the debut seemed timed to provide a nice setup for Independence Day.

 

Then disaster struck. A day before the holiday, an explosion rocked a diesel-powered Indian navy submarine docked in Mumbai. The blast and the fire that followed left 18 Indian sailors dead. India is “deeply pained that we lost the submarine,” the Prime Ministers aid in his speech. “We pay homage to the brave hearts we have lost.”

 

At the same time that it was trying to use military wins to distract from the country’s economic problems, the government was trying to stem the currency’s weakness. Over the past few weeks, the finance ministry and the central bank have announced measures to prop up the rupee. The Reserve Bank of India yesterday cut the amount Indian companies can invest abroad: The limit had been 400 percent of a company’s net worth, but on Aug.14 the central bank lowered that to 100 percent.

 

The RBI also curtailed the amount of money Indians can send overseas: The annual limit had been $200,000, and the central bank cut that to $75,000. The central bank has also tried to make foreign-exchange deposits more attractive to local banks by exempting non-rupee deposits of Indians abroad from requirements to keep 4 percent in cash and invest 23 percent in government-approved securities.

 

The government is trying to discourage Indians from buying gold, too. The country is the world’s largest consumer of the glittery metal—and all the gold comes from abroad. That’s a major source of the country’s trade problems. Last month the government increased tariffs on gold and other precious metals while also increasing taxes on gold. Not everyone is impressed. In a report published on Aug. 14, HSBC (HBC) economist Leif Eskesen called the steps “a new set of plumbing measures” to curb oil, gold, and nonessential imports and open up for more external debt financing. “Will this be enough to fix the leaks?” he wrote. “We do not think so. Ultimately structural reform implementation is the solution.”

 

Einhorn is Asia regional editor in Bloomberg Businessweek’s Hong Kong bureau. Follow him on Twitter @BruceEinhorn.

 

 

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SIKH VICHAR MANCH : Extend the Hand of Friendship: Release the Political Prisoners of War and Solve the Outstanding Political Issues on Priority…..in India.

 

 

Extend the Hand of Friendship: Release the Political Prisoners of War and Solve the Outstanding Political Issues on Priority…..in India.

 The approach suggested in the article is very timely and necessary for the peace and justice in India. The author deserves appreciation for writing this sensible article.

The scope of the approach suggested should or might be wider and possibly supposed to be applicable for all such political prisoners languishing in Indian Jails.Moreover, the Indian system stands exposed and under the system the most corrupt and criminal politicians, enacting the laws in the Parliament of India and similarly in the State assemblies and enjoying freedom despite being criminals in India.

The former Supreme Court justice and press council chairman Markandey Katju rightly said, “India is not a full-fledged democracy as 90 per cent of its people vote like sheep and cattle.

To lessen the hatred prevailed in the country and give more powers and freedom by decentralization of politics, the approach suggested in the article must be acted upon and followed by the government of India without further delay in matter.

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