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From Kashmir to Afghanistan, something went wrong

From Kashmir to Afghanistan, something went wrong

The following is a compilation of questions to and answers from Ikram Sehgal, some in keeping with answers from the other panelists such as Gilles Dorronsoro, Visiting Scholar, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Shuja Nawaz, Director South Asia Center
The first question to the panel sounded more like a suggestion, and it went like this: “It seems to me almost like Pakistan saying it wants to find the terrorists is like OJ (Simpson) saying he wanted to find his wife’s

Ponting wrong to question umpires, says Gatting

LONDON – Former England captain Mike Gatting insisted Australia skipper Ricky Ponting had overstepped the mark with his angry questioning of the umpires during the fourth Ashes Test in Melbourne on Monday.
Gatting said Ponting was wrong to berate Pakistan’s Aleem Dar for a verdict confirmed by the Decision Review System (DRS), as this should now be treated as a final judgment. Gatting, himself involved in an infamous finger-pointing row with umpire Shakoor Rana during England’s

Cook out to prove his Ashes critics wrong

BRISBANE: England opening batsman Alastair Cook said Tuesday he wants to prove his critics wrong in the Ashes series against Australia. The Essex left-hander averages 42.78 in his 60 Tests, but his return drops markedly when he faces Australia.
Cook averages just 26.21 in Ashes contests with a solitary century in 19 Test innings. Scores of 111 not out against South Australia in Adelaide and 60 against Australia A in Hobart may have boosted his confidence but he knows that will

Nationalising education was wrong, says prime minister

GUJRAT/ISLAMABAD
Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani has said that nationalising educational institutions was a wrong decision by the previous PPP regime.
He was addressing a public gathering on Saturday in honour of late Nawab Fazl Ali, pioneer of Zameendar College, in Gujrat.
“The government always makes decisions in good faith, but some prove wrong, like the nationalisation of educational institutions by the PPP’s previous regime,” he said.
Gilani said no one

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