Posted on October 28, 2006
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10 responses to “Pictures of the Day: GIK defining Pakistan History”

  1. MUJTABA says:

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  2. GIK is now history but a very good man.

  3. kuldeep chopra says:

    With due respect to pakistan(my birth place) and pakistanis, I think the nation has been caught in a catch 22 situation. it is a mix of extreme fundamentlism(read terrosism) to modernism(as you see in Lahore and karachi). The Army will not loosen its hold and people there will never see a good honest democratic state. Even government machinery ding dongs between extremism and modernism.

    i have some nostalgic interest in pakistan because I was born there, although I was only 3 in 1947. My father still gets letters from his friends in Hafizabad. But ironically an average indian(even muslims here) does not seem to bother about what is happening in pakistan. They come to know about pakistan during ind-pak cricket matches or some terrorist attack here.

    My good wishes to the people there most of whom are like us.

  4. MQ says:

    Adil Sahib,

    In the third picture, the man at the extreme right looks more like Iftikhar Arif than Wasim Sajjad. But I wonder what would Iftikhar Arif be doing there.

    The man in the background behind Nawaz Sharif is a waiter of the President House and not Ijazul Haq. You can tell from his obsequious mannerism. Can’t you?

  5. Mariam says:

    Still few significant pictures are missing ;). He is one of the few personalities in Pakistan who are always the part of administration