Missing Persons 8 to 10 Thousands – Maulana Fazalur Rahman

Eight to ten thousands person are missing in Pakistan as per Maulana Fazalur Rahman’s statement of today.

Few months back Rahman Malik, Interior Minister was claiming and following up some where between 1200 and 1500 missing persons.
Let us go back a little further.

During Pervaiz Musharraf’s time opposition leaders were claiming thousands of people have been handed over to United States by Pervaiz Musharraf in exchange for money. All these political leaders were saying with such a confidence as they have a proof of it.

Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudary, Chief Justice of Pakistan Supreme Court was issuing suo moto every day to officials of Ministry of Interior of the government of  Pervaiz Musharraf to present the missing people in his  court or at least their where about.
We hear every day, now a days judiciary has become independent. What independent Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudary has done so far on this subject since Pervaiz Musharraf has left.
Is it not fact that Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudary was issuing all the suo motos just to take revenge of his personal animosity with Pervaiz Musharraf.

You see how dishonest as a nation we are to our selves.
This is one the problems. Who needs to maintain this register of missing people in Pakistan?

Top Jobs in Demand and Comparatively Safe

Yahoo Education has published some information about the in-demand and comparatively safe jobs in the US. Now this information may not be 100 percent applicable in Pakistan or South Asia but it can tell you the wind direction.

You can read the article at this link.

Job Openings

There are many job websites on the internet. And the prospective candidates must be looking into their listings.  However, if we came across any opening for jobs we will list here. We will cover jobs which are available outside Pakistan and mainly in Arabian Gulf countries. So here are some jobs listed on Bapco’s website. The Bapco is the national oil company of Bahrain.
Job lisitng is available at this link. Click this link.