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List of banned keywords in SMS Pakistan

PTA last week issued a directive for cellular operators to filter SMS communication to block those message containing obscene, offensive and indecent words. However, the whole matter fired back when the list of banned keywords got leaked

As we all know PTA  issued the list of over 1,500 banned keywords that was allegedly prepared by Pakistan Telecommunication Authority, to be filtered by mobile phone companies list of banned keywords to be sent out to operators for the filtration.

Before we go into details here are lists of banned keywords issued by PTA:

Update: PTA Decides to Withdraw SMS Filtration Orders

After all the SMS filtration order, the news is that Pakistan Telecommunication Authority has decided to hold its directive for implementing SMS filters for over 1,500 keywords, told us a source with close connections to PTA head-office.

We come to know PTA is likely to withdraw earlier orders through a letter today in which PTA will explain the operators that the ban list should not be implemented due to issues known to everyone.

 

 

 

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Pakistani Female Models Name and Pictures

Modeling is a big dream for most girls in teen age all over the world every girl want to make a model.here are a list of pakistani girl who get their dreams in real life.
Amina Haq
Amina Shafaat
Ayesha Omar
Cybil
Frieha Altaf
Iffat Rahim
Iman Ali
Jia Ali
Juggan Kazim
Mariyah Moten
Meera
Mehreen Raheel
Mehreen Syed
Noor
Nosheen Idrees
Rachel Gill
Reema Khan
Rubya Chaudhry
Saba Qamar
Sadia Imam
Saman Hasnain
Sana (Lollywood)
Suneeta Marshall
Tanya Shafi
Tooba Siddiqui
Vaneeza Ahmad
Veena Malik
Yasmeen Ghauri
Zara Sheikh
Zainab Qayyum

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Complete List of NRO 8041 Beneficiaries

Government realse the complete list of 8041 NRO Beneficiaries. A majority of the NRO beneficiaries have been bureaucrats and government officials as a list, released by the government on Saturday, contained names of only 34 politicians out of a total of 8,041.

According to the list, almost 97 per cent of the beneficiaries are from Sindh. The ordinance will lapse on Nov 28 in the light of the Supreme Court’s July 31 verdict in the PCO judges case.

The list shows that a total of 8,041 people — 7,793 from Sindh — have benefited from the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO), promulgated by former president Pervez Musharraf on Oct 5, 2007.

These people have got withdrawn 3,478 cases (3,320 in Sindh) registered against them on charges of corruption, financial bungling, misuse of authority and criminal charges.

Gen (retd) Musharraf promulgated the NRO after striking a deal with PPP leader Benazir Bhutto in order to grant amnesty to all those against whom politically-motivated cases were registered between Jan 1, 1986, and Oct 12, 1999.

Mohammad Afzal Sindhu, the Minister of State for Law and Justice, released the list at a news conference soon after a meeting with Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani.

In reply to a question, the minister said the government would not defend or protect any NRO beneficiary.

Earlier this month, the PPP had to withdraw its earlier initiative of presenting the NRO before parliament following a vociferous protest by the opposition and the decision of all its major coalition partners not to support the bill in the legislature.

The NRO is among the 37 ordinances about which the Supreme Court, in its July 31 verdict, had decreed that their fate should be decided by parliament within 120 days.

There are no surprises in the list as most of the prominent names had already appeared in the national press over the past few days.

Interestingly, the list provided by the minister contained the breakdown of only those withdrawn cases that pertained to the Muttahida Qaumi Movement. The document is silent about the number of cases registered against other beneficiaries.

The minister said there were only 34 politicians among the NRO beneficiaries, belying the insinuation that it was the politicians who had benefited the most from the amnesty.

Mr Sindhu said President Asif Zardari enjoyed indemnity under Article 248 of the Constitution and no new or old cases could be opened against him as long as he was in the Presidency.

‘In my opinion relief once granted cannot be reversed under the law. However, the government will implement the Supreme Court’s decision on the matter in letter and in spirit.’

He recalled that two petitions challenging the NRO were already pending before the apex court.

According to Mr Sindhu, several cases in Sindh were disposed of on the recommendations of a review board that had been set up under clause 2 of the NRO.

He said PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif had himself admitted that most of the cases against President Zardari and PPP leaders were politically-motivated.

The two parties had agreed in the Charter of Democracy, signed by Ms Bhutto and Mr Sharif in 2006, to withdraw all politically-motivated cases. He said the name of the prime minister’s wife was not there in the list.

The list showed that MQM chief Altaf Hussain had got withdrawn the highest number of cases against him – 72, including 31 on murder and 11 on attempt to murder charges.

Dr Farooq Sattar, the MQM’s parliamentary leader, occupied the second slot. A total of 23 cases were withdrawn against him, including five on charges of murder and four on attempt to murder.

The third biggest beneficiary appeared to be provincial minister Shoaib Bukhari, of the MQM, against whom 21 cases were withdrawn, including 16 on murder and attempt to murder charges.

The Federal Minister for Ports and Shipping, Babar Ghouri, Sindh Governor Ishratul Ibad, Imran Farooq, Saleem Shahzad, Waseem Akhtar and former MNA Kunwar Khalid Yunus are other prominent MQM leaders who benefited from the NRO.

Among the beneficiaries belonging to People’s Party were Interior Minister Rehman Malik, Defence Minister Chaudhry Ahmed Mukhtar, Nawab Yousuf Talpur, Mir Baz Khetran, Sindh provincial minister Agha Siraj Durrani and Senator Jehangir Badar.

Salman Farooqi, secretary-general to the president, Pakistan’s Ambassador in Washington Hussain Haqqani and Wajid Shamsul Hasan, High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, were prominent in the section that had names of individuals other than politicians.

Although PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif had been claiming that no member of his party had benefited from the NRO, the list showed that at least four PML-N members had got relief.

They are MNA Chaudhry Shaukat Ali, Rana Nazir Ahmed, former MNAs Chaudhry Abdul Hameed and Haji Kabir, and former MPA Chaudhry Zulfiqar Ali.

Despite the official release of the list, a number of “beneficiaries” denied that they had taken any relief under the NRO.

The parliamentary leader of the MQM in the National Assembly and Federal Minister for Overseas Pakistanis announced that his party was ready to face all cases in courts.

Pakistan’s High Commissioner to UK Wajid Shamsul Hassan told a private TV channel that he was not an NRO beneficiary and that he would take up the matter with the prime minister.

Hussain Haqqani, the ambassador to Washington, also protested innocence. Senator Jehangir Badar, the PPP secretary-general, also contested the inclusion of his name.

The following is a list of other prominent NRO beneficiaries:
Nusrat Bhutto (PPP); Haji Nawaz Khokhar (former deputy speaker of National Assembly); Malik Mushtaq Awan (PPP); Mian Mohammad Rasheed; Tariq Anees; Anwar Saifullah Khan (MNA); Sardar Mansoor Leghari (ex-MNA); Aftab Sherpao (MNA); Habibullah Kundi (former NWFP minister); and Ahmed Sadiq (ex-principal secretary to PM).
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Prime Ministers of Pakistan Since Independence

Complete List of Prime Ministers of pakistan from 14 august to date with name and period.

No
Name of Prime Minister
From
Till
1
Mr.Liaquat Ali Khan
15-08-1947
16-10-1951
2
Al-Haj Khwaja Nazimuddin
19-10-1951
17-04-1953
3
Mr.Mohammed Ali (Bogra)
17-04-1953
24-10-1954
 
 
24-10-1954
11-08-1955
4
Mr.Mohamad Ali (Ch.)
11-08-1955
12-09-1956
5
Mr.Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy
12-09-1956
18-10-1957
6
Mr.Isamil I. Chundrigar
18-10-1957
16-12-1957
7
Malik Firoz Khan Noon
16-12-1957
27-10-1958
8
Mr.Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
14-08-1973
28-03-1977
 
 
28-03-1977
05-07-1977
9
Mr.Mohammad Khan Junejo
23-03-1985
28-05-1988
10
Mohtrama Benazir Bhutto
02-12-1988
06-08-1990
11
Mr.Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi(Care taker)
06-08-1990
06-11-1990
12
Mr.Mohammad Nawaz Sharif
06-11-1990
18-07-1993
13
Mir Balakh Sher Mazari
18-04-1993
26-05-1993
14
Mr.Moeen Qureshi (Care-taker)        
18-07-1993
19-10-1993
15
Mohtrama Benazir Bhutto
19-10-1993
05-11-1996
16
Malik Meraj Khalid (Care-taker)
05-11-1996
17-02-1997
17
Mr.Mohammad Nawaz Sharif
17-02-1997
12-10-1999
18
Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali
23-11-2002
26-06-2004
19
Chaudhry Shujat Hussain
30-06-2004
27-08-2004
20
Mr.Shaukat Aziz
28-08-2004
15-11-2007
21
Mr.Mohammadmian Soomro
16-11-2007
25-03-2008
22
Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani
25-03-2008
To Date
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