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    Mubarik ho! And for our Indian bothers badhayee ho!

    Lets what we here from Delhi on this news!Clinton to visit Pakistan: White House
    Visit likely on 25th; Clinton informs Vajpayee; to discuss return to civilian, democratic rule, terrorism, nuclear arms race with Pakistani leaders
    By Amir Mateen
    WASHINGTON: White House spokesman Joe Lokhart confirmed on Tuesday that President Bill Clinton had "accepted an invitation to visit Pakistan as part of his upcoming visit to South Asia." He said the President is expected to address a number of issues of common concern with Pakistan's leaders. These include a return to civilian, democratic rule, the need to fight terrorism, and measures to avoid a nuclear and missile arms race and prevent conflict in the region. He did not furnish more details of the visit, saying, "we are working with the Government of Pakistan regarding particulars of the President's visit."


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    Aab Kis baat ki Mubarakyan! pehli to kah rahay thay ki Clinton Pakistan na aaye, humay thumari zaroorat nahi hai, aap logo say koi sikay kis tara kay double standard baatein karay.

    Clinton will come to Pakistan and address a gathering on how Pakistan should come back to Civilan rule, democracy and etc etc. Kis tara kay log hai aap log jo Clinton ki zaroorat aa pari, shayad aap logo mein koi literate minister nahin.

    [This message has been edited by sajjadm (edited March 08, 2000).]

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      #3
      Amreeki saddar sahab is going to purchase a huqqa from Pakistan. The Cigar is stale now.

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        #4

        and buy some beedis from india....
        Simple ain't easy.

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          #5
          beedis are smaller than a huqqa

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            #6

            ya, but a bundle of beedis would fit Clinton fine. Anyway, our "leaders" are going to blow smoke up Clinton saab's a$$; hukka, beedi and original trichnopolly cigar...
            Simple ain't easy.

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              #7
              Ya Queer his next experience in the oval office will be with beedis instead of cigar, bringing knida subcontinent flavour to the proceedings in the oval office.

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                #8
                Queer, do you mean once Clinton lands in Pakistan, the Pakis are going to smell his a$$?

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                  #9

                  no

                  i mean, once he lands up, we all, indians, pakistanis, bengalis, will be running behind him, tongue lolling... in the hope he'll drop us a tit-bit while he enjoys a free trip and watch us dogs fight it out as to who gets to lick him first..
                  Simple ain't easy.

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                    #10
                    We should not take Clinton's trip seriously, we should consider his trip like any other foreign dignitary, who comes and signs some MOU's and address a few members of Parliament, NGO's and Friendship Federations etc. He will be pro-Indian in India and Pro-Pakistani in Pakistan, he will ask the Indian government to stop atrocities in Kashmir & make Pakistan happy and in Pakistan he will ask the Military regime to stop cross border terrorism and ask for Osama Bin-Laden in return for his trip to Pakistan making Indian's happy. Both the governments (India & Paksitan) will spend in Millions, Clinton will eat, **** and go and forget what he has said, by the time he implements what he has said he will be out of the office for good. So don't expect anything good from this new friends of India.

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                      #11
                      One more humiliation for the desperate Indian Lobby ! Ther last five months have been the worst for Indian diplomacy in 53 years, and Pakistan is much stronger for it.

                      Its no real big deal that Clinton is coming to Pakistan, except that it is satisfaction to see India squirm. But more importantly Musharraf has maintained and restored Pakistan's dignity and sovereignty. He has not succumbed to US pressure on a cracking down on religious groups, help in capturing Osama Bin Laden, signing the CTBT and giving a clear timetable for restoration of 'democracy' in Pakistan - well done! Indeed he has striven to unite and strengthen the Kashmiri struggle, and forcefully retaliate to LOC violations.

                      This is in sharp contrast to what Nawaz Sharif did in his last 5 months in power (under American pressure) i.e withdraw from Kargil, threaten to close down 'militant' camps, weaken the Kashmiri movement and even threaten to bomb Afghanistan! This traitor did nothing when India shot down a Naval plane and killed Pakistani servicemen - good riddance !!

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                        #12
                        Tum Indian rotay he rehnay, I never apposed the Clinton visit to Pakistan. I thought it was a setback that he is not visiting and now as he is, Kasmir problem will be more in the limelight.

                        Jo marzi kaho, US sab kaa uncle hay. Indian to ab zayada talway chatay gaa USA kay as Russia is slum whole now. And China already supports India. Haha! waisay I still do not understand, why did India say that they were affraid of China so they started the nuclear race in the sub continent. I think that truely describes pairon parr khulari marna.

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                          #13
                          Jall jaye to barnole lagaye, sarh jayen to barnole lagaye....
                          NEW DELHI: India has voiced concern at US President Bill Clinton's decision to stop over in Pakistan on his upcoming South Asian tour, warning that the military regime in Islamabad would promote the visit as a "signal of support", said sources.

                          Press advisor H.K. Dua said Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee conveyed India's concern on the recent developments in Pakistan. Vajpayee told the president that the military regime would project Clinton's visit to Pakistan as a signal of support. However, Vajpayee also assured Clinton of a "warm welcome" in India, which will remain the main focus of his trip to the region and take up five-days compared to the "brief" stop" in Islamabad, Dua said.

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                            #14
                            Clinton isn't important in any other aspect that his visit will simply mean that many pakistanis wont waste their energy hating him if he only visited India. it's also ablow to what India has worked so hard for so it's cool
                            Not that I believe that he has any real importantce but still khar mubarik

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                              [This message has been edited by STRONGMAN (edited March 08, 2000).]

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