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Bank looted near Hazro
Hazro: Three unknown persons looted over Rs. 0.6 million from the branch of a Habib bank located at Basia village of Rangu Police station. As per details, three unknown robbers entered the HBL branch of Basia village, situated near Indus river and held the staff and guard hostage. They (robbers) after looting cash Rs. 6,50,000 from the bank, managed their good to escape from the scene. Sub divisional Police officer Hazro Police circle DSP Syed Akbar Abbass along with other police officials rushed to the site of incident and started search for the outlaws. Police have registered the case against unknown persons. Meanwhile, three unidentified outlaws barged into a local medical store at Imambarah road and snatched Rs. 7400 from the owner of the shop last night and after committing crime fled from the scene.
28-01-2009 20:20 Attock News
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Posted by Bashy Quraishy
16-02-2009 17:33, , Guest
President Zardari
Dear Editor 
ď Taleban have established themselves in large parts of Pakistan and are trying to take over the country. Pakistanís survival is at stakeĒ 
So said the President Of Pakistan Mr Asif Ali Zardari to an AMerican TV Channel which was also referred by BBC World Service and CNN on 14th Feb 2009.. 
As a Danish citizen with Pakistani roots, I am appalled and disgusted at this irresponsible, bombastic, bordering on theatrical statement coming from the highest political office in Pakistan. Mr Zardari's words are dangerous too. 
Let me explain, why I think so. 
There are many factual mistakes in his assessment of the situation. No doubt that Taleban are operating in North West Frontier Province of the country but it is only a small area which barely constitute few percent of the country. Taleban do not and have not been able to control a small town let alone a big city in the area. Pakistan in nearly a million square kilometer with a population of 165 million and Taleban constitute no more than 20000 men, a collection of rag tag militiamen. On top of thsi, Taleban do not represent the local people. 
So how can Taleban be established in large parts of Pakistan. Mr Zardari should not confuse law abiding, peaceful and patriotic people of NWFP with Taleban movement. 
95% Pakistani dislike Taleban style way of life and would never accept or allow any challenge, let alone a takeover. Mr Zardari is playing a dangerous game by boasting. Such words not only dishearten the citizens of Pakistan but indirectly imply that Pakistanís armed forces are incapable of defending the land against aggression-internal and external. This is playing with fire.  
His statement that Pakistanís survival is at stake, also puts Pakistan in a difficult position-diplomatically, gives PPP opponents strong arguments against his own governmentís ability to govern and tackle terrorism.  
If Mr Zardari is trying to scare USA to support Pakistan politically, economically and military, it was a very unwise way of highlighting the difficulties his own incompetent government is facing.  
Ironically, such doomsday talk will encourage Taleban to continue fighting, claim victory and attract new recruits. It can also create a situation where USA will walk away from the area with the excuse; We can not win anyway, so what is the point.  
Please Mr Zardari, choose your words carefully, because these have serious implications for Pakistan. 
Bashy Quraishy 
Chair - ENAR Advisory Council-Brussels 
Chair - Jewish Muslim Platform-Brussels 
Mobile. 0045 40154771.† 
Tel&Fax. 0045 38881977 
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Posted by Kamal Khan
31-01-2009 00:50, , Guest
correct yourself first
I dont find it funny but a regular news 
about word looted I have something for you from merriam-webster.com 
Main Entry: looted 
Function: verb  
Date: 1845 
transitive verb 
1 a: to plunder or sack in war b: to rob especially on a large scale and usually by violence or corruption2: to seize and carry away by force especially in warintransitive verb: to engage in robbing or plundering especially in war 
http://www.merriam- webster.com/dictionary/looted 
http:// www.thefreedictionary.com/ looted 
http:// wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/ webwn?s=looted 
and more from NEWS 
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/ world/middle_east/2942449.stm 
http://www.onlineathens.com/ stories/013009/ cop_382870680.shtml 
http://www.timesnow.tv/ Newsdtls.aspx?NewsID=28095 
http://www.telegraphindia.com/ 1090130/jsp/northeast/ story_10458247.jsp 
and for your kind information its " Lut " in hindi or urdu
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Posted by Jgull
30-01-2009 06:12, , Guest
Bank Robbed
Loot word is often used in urdu for robbery.. but doesn't make sense in English.. you should instead write Bank was Robbed"
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Posted by Shazia
30-01-2009 03:46, , Guest
:grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin :grin  
hey mannnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn 
u made so many streches in my belly when i read  
what is "looted"  
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