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“We can achieve progress through hu­man re­source de­vel­op­ment, men­tal en­light­en­ment, high moral char­ac­ter and tech­no­log­i­cal de­vel­op­ment.” – Pervez Mushar­raf, for­mer Pres­i­dent of Pak­istan “I’ll see how any­one ar­rests me. The NAB (Na­tional Ac­count­abil­ity Bureau) chair­man is him­self sum­moned, how can he sum­mon me?” – Yousuf Raza Gil­lani, for­mer Prime Min­is­ter of Pak­istan “Pak­istan had won free­dom from Bri­tain in 1947 but our Karachi is still a colony of Lon­don. We’ll cut the kite con­trolled by phone calls from Lon­don.” – Bi­lawal Bhutto, Politi­cian “I’ve done films with con­vic­tion and those char­ac­ters have gone well with my age. Even the direc­tors were com­pe­tent and the sub­jects pass­able.” – Dilip Ku­mar, Ac­tor “There is no mystery-that’s the beauty of it. We are en­tirely ex­pli­ca­ble to each other, and yet we stay. What a mir­a­cle that is.” – Kamila Sham­sie, Au­thor “That’s the thing about books. They let you travel with­out mov­ing your feet.” – Jhumpa Lahiri, Au­thor “That’s what care­less words do. They make peo­ple love you a lit­tle less.” – Arund­hati Roy, Writer “I be­lieve that you are rec­og­nized by your na­tion­al­ity, not by your faith.” – Hina Khawaja Bayat, Ac­tress “I never meant to up­set the sen­ti­ments of the Pak­istani peo­ple and artists, who I wish the very best for al­ways.” – Saif Ali Khan, Ac­tor “For the mo­ment, liv­ing in Afghanistan is dif­fi­cult for nor­mal peo­ple. For women who are work­ing as an ac­tress, it’s more dan­ger­ous for them.” – Ma­rina Gol­ba­hari, Afghan Ac­tress

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