Rawalpindi, Pakistan: February 25, 2008 – Pakistani military’s top medical officer and three others were killed by a suicide blast here today. The General lost his life since he was an ally of President Pervez Musharraf.
Islamabad, Pakistan: February 18, 2008 – IR Summary – The elections in Pakistan have started operating. Over eight crore shall cast their votes for the National Assembly and the provincial assemblies amid an elaborate arrangement made by Musharraf in spite of apprehension of widespread violence from various quarters
Islamabad, Pakistan: February 16, 2008 – IR Summary -Around 40 people were killed and over 100 injured in the blast outside the election office of Pakistan People’s party candidate Riaz Hussain Shah.
Nairobi, Kenya: December 31, 2007, (IR Summery) – Just about 15 minutes after the elections of Kenya’s President was declared, the tribal anger came on the street, thousands of young people came out of Kibera, a shantytown of over one million people.
Islamabad, Pakistan: November 19, 2007 – The newly formed Supreme Court of Pakistan, here today, dismissed the main outstanding challenges to Gen. Pervez Musharraf’s election for another presidential term, thereby confirming him as president legally.
Lahore, Pakistan: November 2007 – IR Summary – Pakistani cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan has come out open from his hiding den for the first time after imposition of Emergency by Parvez Musharraf.
Schwerzenbach, Switzerland: October 8, 2007 – There is an all round apprehension that the influx of foreigners has somehow polluted Swiss society, straining the social welfare system and threatening the very identity of the country.
Islamabad, Pakistan: October 7, 2007 – The Opposition political parties of Pakistan believe that Gen. Pervez Musharraf has manipulated the Presidential election and got the sweeping victory while his opposite candidate just got 2 votes.
Bangalore: October 1, 2007 – There has arisen a deep crises in Karnataka. The BJP is adamant and has made up their mind to stand firm on the issue of power transfer in Karnataka, sending out clear signals that it would not accept any conditions from its coalition partner JD(S), and declared that Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy must make way for B S Yediyurappa on October 3, 2007, or face elections. (IR Summary).
New Delhi, May 29, 2007 – Even as Tamil Nadu Chief Minster M. Karunanidhi began discussions on the Presidential elections, the Congress on Monday outlined its criteria that the person “should be highly experienced and with secular credentials”.