Pervez Musharraf

Pak must engage effectively with Trump Administration, says Musharraf

Pak must engage effectively with Trump Administration, says Musharraf

Washington [United States], April 14 : Former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf has urged his country to engage with the nearly four-month-old Trump Administration as it presents an opportunity t


Musharraf narrowly escapes as blast targets convoy in Islamabad

Musharraf narrowly escapes as blast targets convoy in IslamabadWashington, April 3 : Researchers have said that losing weight helped people, who were at risk of diabetes, decreases their chances of dying from cardiovascular disease.

Professor Guangwei Li of the China-Japan Friendship Hospital, Beijing, China, and colleagues, presented the results from the 23-year follow up of the Da Qing Diabetes Prevention Study, a randomized controlled trial, which showed that people in China with impaired glucose tolerance randomized to lifestyle interventions had significantly reduced death rates from cardiovascular disease and all-causes, compared to those patients randomized to the control arm.


Musharraf having ‘pretty great’ life in exile from Pakistan

Musharraf having ‘pretty great’ life in exile from Pakistan Washington, July 3 : Former Pakistani leader Pervez Musharraf has said that his life in exile was pretty great, as he travelled around the world and gave speeches to enthusiastic audiences, but added that he would nevertheless risk his life to return to his home country out of a sense of duty.

"I''m quite comfortable out living in London and Dubai and being called up by lecture circuits around the world," Musharraf said during an interview conducted by Atlantic Media Company owner David Bradley.


Musharraf compares 2001 Pak military coup to Abraham Lincoln’s saving state in Civil War

Musharraf compares 2001 Pak military coup to Abraham Lincoln’s saving state in Civil WarWashington, July 3 : Former Pakistani leader Pervez Musharraf has said that he will return to his home country next year to help save the failing state, even as he compared his 2001 military coup to the actions of Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War.

Musharraf, during an interview conducted by Atlantic Media Company owner David Bradley, defended the idea of military coups.


Musharraf ‘tried to convince Iran to make peace with Israel, abandon nuke ambitions’

Musharraf ‘tried to convince Iran to make peace with Israel, abandon nuke ambitions’Washington, July 3 : Former Pakistani leader Pervez Musharraf has said that he tried valiantly as president to convince Iran to make peace with Israel and abandon its nuclear ambitions.

Musharraf, during an interview conducted by Atlantic Media Company owner David Bradley, spoke about his 2006 "peace effort" to bring reconciliation between Israel and the Arab world.

Musharraf flew to Iran to visit President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and said he tried to get Iran to pursue a path to peace with Israel, The Foreign Policy Magazine reports.


Musharraf knew about Osama hideout: Ex-ISI chief

Musharraf knew about Osama hideout: Ex-ISI chiefWashington, Feb 15 - Former Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf knew where Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden was hiding and said nothing, a former head of Pakistani spy agency ISI has said.

Gen. Ziauddin Khawaja -- also known as Ziauddin Butt -- was director-general of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) from 1997 to 1999.

Khawaja was promoted as army chief in October 1999, when then prime minister Nawaz Sharif fired Musharraf from the job.


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