Britain supports democracy in Pakistan: Hague


British Foreign Secretary William Hague has said that Britain supports democracy in Pakistan.
Talking to a private TV channel William Hague said his country is not with any political party, rather it supports democracy in Pakistan.
He termed his meeting with the President, Prime Minister, Foreign and Finance Ministers and some opposition leaders as ‘good’.
Hague said he is further strengthening ties between Pakistan and Britain, adding he is much interested in upcoming elections in Pakistan.
British foreign minister said he was not here for arbitration between Pakistan and US but wanted good relations between them.
To a question, William Hague said he cannot give timeframe for the restoration of Pak-US ties but hoped that Pakistan and the United States will overcome their differences.
Singers like Mehdi are born in centuries: Pir Mazhar : Senior Minister for Education and Literacy Pir Mazhar-ul-Haq has said that artists like Mehdi Hassan are born in centuries and his name will always remain alive in the world of music.
This he said while talking to media after funeral of legendry Ghazal vocalist Mehdi Hassan here on Friday. He said that Mehdi Hassan was not only the greatest ghazal vocalist but he was also a very kind hearted and nice person.
He added, ‘ whenever the people will talk about ghazal singing, Mehdhi Hassan’s name will always top the list’.
On this occasion Senior Minister for Education expressed his deep sorrow and condoled with Mehdi Hassan’s son Arif Mehdi and his son-in-law and offered prayer for the departed soul.