Sunday, October 01, 2006

Exporting Terrorists



The Amnesty allegations follow the revelation by President Gen. Pervez Musharraf in his memoir "In The Line of Fire" that Pakistan had captured 689 al-Qaida terror suspects, and turned over 369 to Washington. "We have earned bounties totaling millions of dollars," Musharraf said, without specifying how much was paid. Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Tasnim Aslam however, rejected the report's allegations that Pakistan illegally detained hundreds of people in exchange for money. - Associated Press, 28 September 2006

3 comments:

rajeev said...

Hi,

Nice blog!

Why don’t you consider writing about some of the new “India 2.0” sites that are creating a little buzz as well?

Eg: www.ilaaka.com

www.onyomo.com

Thanks!

Rajeev

Sukanya M said...

Vikram, Thanks for stopping by my blog. Sorry for the delay in replying.

This is the first time I visited your blog and really liked what I saw. I had to scroll up and down to figure out who was the cartoonist. And then, I found out it was you. Great stuff. Will keep checking.

Anonymous said...

Good one! your blog is more expressive than any other!