Musharraf


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Musharraf

Pervez . born 1943, Pakistani general and politician; became military leader of Pakistan following a coup in 2001; president from 2002
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Pervez Musharraf, the former Pakistani president, has said he intends going back home to enter politics.
The prominent among those called up by Musharraf were the Legharis of Dera Ghazi Khan, the Mehars of interior Sindh and Mian Muhammad Azhar in Lahore.
After resignation, Musharraf left Pakistan for a pilgrimage to the Mecca and has taken up residence in London while often traveling abroad on speaking tours.
Musharraf starts his memoir with the unveiling of a child who prances into a newly formed Pakistan with the energy and cheek of a wild mustang.
In the hour-long address, a defiant Mr Musharraf said: "I hope the nation and the people will forgive my mistakes.
Musharraf and Bhutto have been trying for months to secure an agreement that would allow her to return from exile and help Musharraf win another term.
Pervez Musharraf had been warmly welcomed to the White House by George Bush this past September as a close and valued ally of the United States.
But precisely because this is so, the viewer is given only the most minimal indications of where to look; unlike a photojournalistic image, which is effective only insofar as it makes a single vivid point, Delahaye's panoramic images in their richness and complexity (and also, in a manner of speaking, their simplicity) leave the viewer to shift for himself or herself--in the case of A Lunch at the Belvedere, to recognize Musharraf and Soros, and then by looking closely to "activate" the discreet but palpable drama at the photo's heart.
Will we see any court hold Musharraf accountable for his crimes?
Mr Bhutto-Zardari used the occasion of the 1th anniversary of his mother's assassination to accuse Mr Musharraf of involvement in Benazir Bhutto's death.
Islamabad: Anti Terrorism Court (ATC) has advised counsel of former President General (R) Pervez Musharraf to submit written reply in judges house arrest case.
He said that the fugitive from law and the courts General Musharraf lacks the courage to return to the country and face charges formally pressed against him in the High Court.