Islamic Republic of Pakistan : News, Discussions & Updates

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Get your Popcorn Tubs Ready for a spectacular DOUBLE CENTURY of the millennium. Score board 193 not out...😊😊😁😁

Boys really played well.... 🤗🤗😊😊😁😁😅😅

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Congratulations all of you on a double century of the millennium. Now Pindi Boys will work hard for the fastest Triple century of millennium. Boys are really playing well.... 😊😊😁😁

Pa-kis need 12 billion dollars immediately to stop a run on its forex reserves and rupee. And even that will be sufficient only till June July and for this year they will need more. So effectively they are now riding a cycle steep downhill without a Brake . Keep your Popcorn Tubs Ready... 😊😊😁😁


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This is Karma for disrespecting their ancestors, following ideology not native to the land, having blood of innocent civilians on the hands and most significant being living in make believe world of lies.

Paxtan don’t deserve ceasefire during this economic meltdown.

Like Hellfire said, when enemy is falling on their own, don't disturb them.

In case they recover, we ll break cease fire.
 

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This is Karma for disrespecting their ancestors, following ideology not native to the land, having blood of innocent civilians on the hands and most significant being living in make believe world of lies.

Paxtan don’t deserve ceasefire during this economic meltdown.
Its not just pak Rupee even our currency is depreciating but at a lesser rate. As the inflation & interest rates rise this was bound to happen. Expect it to continue for next 6 months or so.
 
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Pakistan’s New Government Mends Ties With the US​

Rapprochement could help ease Pakistan’s troubles with negotiating loans from the IMF.

Pakistan’s newly appointed Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari met U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken in New York on Wednesday. During the meeting, both leaders reaffirmed the need to strengthen broad-based and comprehensive ties.
After the meeting, Bhutto Zardari took to Twitter to announce that he had a “very productive” meeting with Blinken on “issues impacting regional peace and security including Afghanistan.”
“We discussed expanding cooperation in trade and investment, energy and climate change, health and education, IT and tech and agriculture. The importance of trade over aid. We will continue cooperation in defence and CT sectors,” Bhutto Zardari wrote.
Similarly, in his brief comments to the media, Blinken saidthat the meeting with Bhutto Zardari represented an important opportunity to talk about many issues of mutual interest. “We want to focus on the work we’re doing to strengthen economic and commercial ties between the United States and Pakistan, of course, focused on regional security,” he remarked.
In a separate statement, the U.S. State Department said that the meeting between the two leaders affirmed the “shared desire for a strong and prosperous bilateral relationship.”

“The Secretary and the Foreign Minister discussed expanding partnership in climate, investment, trade, and health as well as people-to-people ties,” the statement said.
The high-level engagement comes after a year-long turbulent phase in the bilateral relationship. Former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s anti-U.S. outlook and criticism of Washington’s regional policies undermined bilateral ties greatly. Khan’s criticism of U.S. President Joe Biden’s decision to freeze $7 billion in Afghan funds held in the U.S. and apparent refusal to offer military bases for counterterrorism operations in Afghanistan, among other developments, virtually brought the relationship to a standstill. Moreover, Khan’s government made it worse by not criticizing Russia for the invasion of Ukraine. The relationship broke down further when Khan decided to visit Russia on the eve of Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine.
This annoyance resulted in Washington making it clear to Pakistan’s policymaking circles that under Khan’s government, the bilateral relationship was not going anywhere. The issue of the so-called “threat letter” that Khan has been using in his rallies to charge his political base is nothing more than a reflection of Washington’s displeasure over the direction of Pakistan’s foreign policy under the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government.

This dip in the bilateral relationship came at a time when Pakistan’s financial stability was under severe threat and arguably required the support of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Western capitals. Many in Pakistan’s policymaking circles believe that Pakistan’s weakened ties with the U.S. are one of the key reasons for the IMF’s tough conditions for Islamabad.
The new government in Pakistan is being seen by the country’s leaders, particularly the military, as an opportunity to reverse the broken relationship with the U.S. and its allies. Under the new government, Pakistan has already adopted a new position on the issue of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, something that Washington has asked for months. Moreover, there appears to be a realization in Islamabad that the country cannot hope to build an economic and diplomatic relationship with Russia at the cost of its already established ties with the United States. For instance, the majority of Pakistan’s exports and revenue come from Western capitals or countries that are allied with Washington. Pakistan cannot afford to undermine all this by pushing a foreign policy direction that has no economic or diplomatic standing at the moment.
Last month, Pakistan’s army chief tried to amend this misstep under Khan’s government by saying that “the good army we have today is largely built and trained by U.S. The best equipment we have is American equipment. We still have deep cooperation with U.S. and our Western friends.” He also slammed Russia’s military attack on Ukraine, saying that “despite legitimate security concerns of Russia, its aggression against a smaller country cannot be condoned. Pakistan has consistently called for an immediate cease-fire and cessation of hostilities.”
The change in government and Islamabad’s condemnation of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has been welcomed by the Western capitals. We may see Pakistan’s financial troubles easing in the coming days as far as Islamabad’s negotiations with the IMF are concerned.
Secretary of State Blinken’s mentioning of trade relationship with Pakistan is an indication that Washington is supportive of Pakistan’s efforts to stabilize its economy. It is important to note here that last week, the U.S. State Department said that Washington will not let “propaganda, misinformation and disinformation – lies” get in the way of any bilateral relationship. Arguably, the statement was meant to reject allegations related to Washington’s alleged role in the ouster of Khan’s government.
However, it is too early to say if this new engagement will change anything fundamental between the two countries. It is unlikely that a change in government in Pakistan will alter the United States’ security-focused and transactional view of the relationship with Islamabad. We may still see Washington burdening Pakistan with its expectations related to counterterrorism operations in Afghanistan.
In any case, the fresh engagement between the two countries is an encouraging development, allowing both countries to take a break from the tumultuous last year of derailment under Khan.
 
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Pa-ki Mullah Khadim Rizvi just found the way to get rid of Pa-ki debt... 😂😂🤣🤣

If and when Paxtan starts defaulting on repayments, courtesy this mullah or whatever else, Paxtan credit rating will further deteriorate and pkr can cross 300 to 1 usd.

Loan default is serious contempt to credibility of repayment which will further restrict dollars into Paxtan.
 
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If and when Paxtan starts defaulting on repayments, courtesy this mullah or whatever else, Paxtan credit rating will further deteriorate and pkr can cross 300 to 1 usd.

Loan default is serious contempt to credibility of repayment which will further restrict dollars into Paxtan.
Wish they do something stupid and mess their economy further. It will push pakhanistan into a bloody civil war which will be beneficial for India...
 

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Camel Ride... 😂😂🤣🤣

Thank God these monsters separated from us 70 yeats ago. World would've judged us ... 😖😖
stupid morons , that poor animal is groaning in pain.
If and when Paxtan starts defaulting on repayments, courtesy this mullah or whatever else, Paxtan credit rating will further deteriorate and pkr can cross 300 to 1 usd.

Loan default is serious contempt to credibility of repayment which will further restrict dollars into Paxtan.
we should realize that they dont care abt their economy , they will continue the current ways.
 

jetray

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Wish they do something stupid and mess their economy further. It will push pakhanistan into a bloody civil war which will be beneficial for India...
civil war in pakistan will not help India in any way, they will just become pawn of some west or china and create more trouble for India.
If it collapses entirely then they will start playing usual non state actor games.
 

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civil war in pakistan will not help India in any way, they will just become pawn of some west or china and create more trouble for India.
If it collapses entirely then they will start playing usual non state actor games.
India should fund IK for his rally, he will do what raw can’t do. A unstable country will be busy with internal problem which is good for India.