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Islamabad Tonight – 30th November 2010
Dr. Abdul Qadir Khan Nuclear Scientist, Gen. (R) Hameed Gul Former DG ISI and Dr. Samar Mubarakmand Nuclear Scientist in Islamabad Tonight with Nadeem Malik www.nadeemmalik.pk

مشرف حکومت میں خدشات تھے لیکن اب ہمارے ایٹمی اثاثے محفوظ ہیں-ڈاکٹر عبدالقدیر

پرویز مشرف یہودی پیسے پر دندناتا پھرتا ہے-حمید گل

ہماری ایٹمی تنصیبات بہت محفوظ ہیں کوئی ان تک نہیں پہنچ سکتا-ڈاکٹر ثمر مبارک مند

بے نظیر کا خیال تھا کہ ایٹمی پروگرام “سلو” کرنے سے امریکی امداد بحال ہو جائے گی-ڈاکٹر عبالقدیر

بے نظیر کے کہنے کے باوجود ہم نے پاکستان کے ایٹمی پروگرام کو “سلو”نہیں کیا-ڈاکٹر عبالقدیر

وکی لیکس کی پاکستان کے ایٹمی پروگرام کے بارے میں باتیں جھوٹ پر مبنی ہیں-ڈاکٹر عبدالقدیر کی اسلام آباد ٹونائٹ میں گفتگو

امریکہ پنسٹک میں استمعال ہونے والا افزودہ یورینیم حاصل کرنا چاہتا تھا، جو پاکستان نے نہیں دیا- ڈاکڑ عبدالقدیر

کراچی کا ایٹمی پاور پلانٹ کینیڈا نے دیا تھا-ڈاکٹر عبدالقدیر

ہماری ساری خدمات کے باوجود امریکہ پاکستان کو کمزور کرنا چاہتا ہے-حمید گل

ہمارا” نیشنل کمانڈ اینڈ کنٹرول سسٹم”بہت اچھا ہے-ڈاکٹر عبدالقدیر

اوبامہ نے پاکستان کے نیوککلئیر پروگرام کو محفوظ قرار دے کر خدشات دور کر دئیے ہیں-حمید گل

پاکستان کے ایٹمی پروگرام کو محفوظ قرار دینے پر اسرائیل اوبامہ سے ناراض ہے-حمید گل

کیری لوگر بل پر کیانی نے اپنے خدشات پر پارلیمنٹ کو صرف خط لکھا تھا-حمید گل

سعودی عرب کبھی بھی پاکستان کی مدد کرنے سے نہیں رکے گا-حمید گل

سعودی عرب آج بھی سب سے زیادہ سیلاب زدگان کی مدد کر رہا ہے-حمید گل

سعودی عرب نے ہمیں کئی سالوں تک مفت تیل دیا-حمید گل

پاکستان حقانی گروپ کی مدد نہیں کر رہا-حمید گل

قبائیلی علاقعوں پر انگلینڈ سمیت کبھی کسی کا کنٹرول نہیں رہا-حمید گل

بڑا ظلم ہے کہ حکومت نے سی آئی اے کو کوئٹہ میں کام کرنے کی اجازت دے دی ہے-حمید گل

پرویز مشرف کو ایک لیکچر کا ایک لاکھ ڈالر ادا کیا جا رہا ہے-حمید گل

مشرف دانشور ہے اور نہ اتنا پڑھا لکھا ہے کہ اس کے لیکچر سنے جایں-حمید گل

پرویز مشرف کا پروٹوکول کے ساتھ رخصت کرنا غلط تھا-حمید گل

پرویز مشرف کے بہت جرائم ہیں اس پر مقدمہ چلنا چاہیے-حمید گل

افغانستان سے امریکی انخلاء کے بعد کی صورت حال کو سمبھالنا بڑا چیلنج ہو گا-حمید گل

ویت نام میں امریکی فوج کے مظالم کی ویڈیو نکسن نے خود جاری کروائی-حمید گل

وڈیو جاری کروانے کا مقصد ویت نام سے امریکی فوج کے انخلاء کے لیے پریشر بڑھانا تھا-حمید گل

لگتا ہے افغانستان سے امریکی فوج کے انخلاء کے لیے اوبامہ نے وکی لیکس کو استعمال کیاہے-حمید گل

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NADEEM MALIK مشرف حکومت میں خدشات تھے لیکن اب ہمارے ایٹمی اثاثے محفوظ ہیں-ڈاکٹر عبدالقدیرپرویز مشرف یہودی پیسے پر دندناتا پھرتا ہے-حمید گل ہماری ایٹمی تنصیبات بہت محفوظ ہیں کوئی ان تک نہیں پہنچ سکتا-ڈاکٹر ثمر مبارک مند بے نظیر کا خیال تھا کہ ایٹمی پروگرام “سلو” کرنے سے امریکی امداد بحال ہو جائے گی-ڈاکٹر عبالقدیر
بے نظیر کے کہنے کے ب…اوجود ہم نے پاکستان کے ایٹمی پروگرام کو “سلو”نہیں کیا-ڈاکٹر عبالقدیر
وکی لیکس کی پاکستان کے ایٹمی پ

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Pakistan drone victim to sue US for $500m


Drone strike deaths: Waziristan tribesman ‘to sue CIA’

Karim Khan expects financial compensation from the US government. PHOTO: AFP

ISLAMABAD: A North Waziristan tribesman, whose brother and teenage son were killed in a drone strike last year, said on Monday that he would sue all those US officials supposedly in control of the predator’s operations in Pakistan.
Karim Khan, a local journalist from Mirali town of the lawless tribal district, had sent a $500 million claim for damages to the US Defence Secretary Robert Gates, CIA chief Leon Panetta and its station head in Islamabad Jonathan Banks.
Speaking to the media at the capital’s press club, Khan said he would move courts to file criminal and civil suits against these individuals if they did not respond to his claim within 14 days.
Karim lost his brother Asif Iqbal, an English teacher at a local school, when a pilotless predator fired missiles on his house and the adjacent hujra (Pukhtuns’ outhouse for guests) on December 31, 2009.
Karim lost his brother Asif Iqbal, an English teacher at a local school, when a pilotless predator fired missiles on his house and the adjacent hujra (Pukhtuns’ outhouse for guests) on December 31, 2009.
Karim Khan’s 18-year-old son, Zaheenullah, a government employee in Mirali school, was also among those who were killed in the attack.
Khan has been approaching local and American authorities stationed in Islamabad since last year to seek justice for himself and for those who have also lost the battle for their lives in drone attacks.
He told journalists that CIA Islamabad’s chief Jonathan Banks buys information from his local agents in the area to guide the drone strike.
However, he added that this information is wrong and misleading in most occasions causing the deaths of many innocent tribesmen.
The step was taken by Khan days after it was reported that US officials sought permission from the Pakistani military and political leadership to expand drone operations to Balochistan, a province where they believed the top guns of the Afghan Taliban were hiding.
Pakistan’s military and diplomatic authorities have time and again rejected the US demand of expanding its drone strikes to parts of Balochistan, including its capital Quetta.
In the past, the CIA has blamed its Pakistani counterpart, the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI), for harboring the Afghan Taliban in parts of Balochistan which border Kandahar in Afghanistan, the militia’s stronghold.
Pakistani authorities have said that an expansion of drone attacks to Balochistan would destabilise the country and may lead to tensions between Islamabad and Washington.

Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi (R) and Richard Holbrooke US special envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan, during a joint news conference at the foreign ministry in Islamabad on 7 April 2009Pakistan is accused of publicly criticising but secretly supporting US strikes

Pakistan drone victim to sue US for $500m

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A Pakistani tribesman plans to sue the CIA for $500m (£320m), claiming it is responsible for the deaths of his son and brother in a drone air strike.

Karim Khan, from North Waziristan, said his lawyer had notified the US embassy in Islamabad of the legal action.
The villager says no militants were in his home when it was struck by missiles on 19 December 2009.
It is thought to be the first time a Pakistani citizen has filed a compensation case against the US.
The tribal region has been the focus of US drone attacks since August 2008.
Hundreds of militants and civilians have died in the raids.
On the border with Afghanistan, the area is a known sanctuary for Taliban and al-Qaeda.
‘No justice’
Mr Khan, who lives in the village of Machi Khel, near North Waziristan’s main town of Mir Ali, told the BBC: “My son and brother were killed in a US drone attack on my home.
“Both were civilians and employees of the local government administration. A man who was working at my home was also killed in the attack.”
Mr Khan, a freelance journalist, said no foreigner or militant was in his home at the time of the attacks.
“For the past year, I’ve been knocking on the doors of the local political administration, and the government, but have received no justice,” he said.
“Therefore I have now decided to take this legal remedy.”
Mr Khan said his lawyer had sent notices to US Defence Secretary Robert Gates, CIA director Leon Panetta and the agency’s Islamabad station chief, Jonathan Banks.
If he did not receive a satisfactory response in 14 days, he would automatically file a civil case in Islamabad against the respondents, Mr Khan added.
The US does not comment on individual missile strikes, although the drone attacks have been officially recognised as part of the war in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region.