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    Pak ambassador joins Diwali revelry in Beijing


    BEIJING: India-Pakistan relations sparkled for a while as Pakistani ambassador Masood Khanand his wife, Zohra, took the rare step of participating in Diwali celebrations at the Indian embassy premises on Saturday evening. Khan also cheered at artists performing on the stage and the assembled Indians as a gesture of bonhomie.

    The move comes soon after Indian ambassador S Jaishankar visited the Pakistani embassy to pay his condolences over the recent demise of Begum Nusrat Bhutto, the wife and mother of two different prime ministers of Pakistan and the mother-in-law of Asif Ali Zardari, the present one.

    The Khans stayed close to two hours and joined in the dinner with the Indian ambassador, Sultan Ahmad Baheri, the ambassador of Afghanistan and Sun Weidong, deputy director general of the department of Asian affairs in the Chinese ministry of foreign affairs. This is the first time in many years that a Pakistani ambassador has visited the Indian embassy on a festive occasion giving the event a diplomatic hue.

    The celebrations was attended by Indians living in Beijing included a Bharat Natyam performance by Chinese dancer Jin Shanshan and display of fire crackers, which is usually not allowed outside the embassy premises in Beijing.

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/w...w/10552948.cms
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    Re: Pak Envoy celebrates Diwali in Beijing.

    Originally posted by Abdul-Curim View Post
    Pak ambassador joins Diwali revelry in Beijing


    BEIJING: India-Pakistan relations sparkled for a while as Pakistani ambassador Masood Khanand his wife, Zohra, took the rare step of participating in Diwali celebrations at the Indian embassy premises on Saturday evening. Khan also cheered at artists performing on the stage and the assembled Indians as a gesture of bonhomie.

    The move comes soon after Indian ambassador S Jaishankar visited the Pakistani embassy to pay his condolences over the recent demise of Begum Nusrat Bhutto, the wife and mother of two different prime ministers of Pakistan and the mother-in-law of Asif Ali Zardari, the present one.

    The Khans stayed close to two hours and joined in the dinner with the Indian ambassador, Sultan Ahmad Baheri, the ambassador of Afghanistan and Sun Weidong, deputy director general of the department of Asian affairs in the Chinese ministry of foreign affairs. This is the first time in many years that a Pakistani ambassador has visited the Indian embassy on a festive occasion giving the event a diplomatic hue.

    The celebrations was attended by Indians living in Beijing included a Bharat Natyam performance by Chinese dancer Jin Shanshan and display of fire crackers, which is usually not allowed outside the embassy premises in Beijing.

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/w...w/10552948.cms
    well we cant trust the kuffar media ????????? especially indian media ?????? isnt it brother so please dont post the news of kuffar media thats it .............

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      Re: Pak Envoy celebrates Diwali in Beijing.

      ^ Yeah, i'm sure they photo-shopped the politicians right next to the diva lamps to make a huge scandal, you're onto something here.

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        Re: Pak Envoy celebrates Diwali in Beijing.

        Originally posted by karu-89 View Post
        well we cant trust the kuffar media ????????? especially indian media ?????? isnt it brother so please dont post the news of kuffar media thats it .............
        Bro would you trust the same Kuffar media if they said good things about Pakistan or Muslims in general ?

        Nobody is trusting the Kuffar media but why hasn't the Pak Envoy in Beijing refuted it ?

        If He hasn't then as a Muslim He should deny that , as an act such as it reflects on his Faith.
        Where there are no Ulemah(Scholars) there are many Muftis.

        I
        deal System of Living for All Mankind .

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          Re: Pak Envoy celebrates Diwali in Beijing.

          Originally posted by Abdul-Curim View Post
          Bro would you trust the same Kuffar media if they said good things about Pakistan or Muslims in general ?

          Nobody is trusting the Kuffar media but why hasn't the Pak Envoy in Beijing refuted it ?

          If He hasn't then as a Muslim He should deny that , as an act such as it reflects on his Faith.
          brother iam sure the Pakistani envoy would have hardly come to know about this news , because how will they know this news when they dont read indian newspapers ????????????? i hope this helps you

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            Re: Pak Envoy celebrates Diwali in Beijing.

            Originally posted by karu-89 View Post
            brother iam sure the Pakistani envoy would have hardly come to know about this news , because how will they know this news when they dont read indian newspapers ????????????? i hope this helps you
            lol

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              Re: Pak Envoy celebrates Diwali in Beijing.

              Originally posted by Abdul-Curim View Post
              Pak ambassador joins Diwali revelry in Beijing


              BEIJING: India-Pakistan relations sparkled for a while as Pakistani ambassador Masood Khanand his wife, Zohra, took the rare step of participating in Diwali celebrations at the Indian embassy premises on Saturday evening. Khan also cheered at artists performing on the stage and the assembled Indians as a gesture of bonhomie.

              The move comes soon after Indian ambassador S Jaishankar visited the Pakistani embassy to pay his condolences over the recent demise of Begum Nusrat Bhutto, the wife and mother of two different prime ministers of Pakistan and the mother-in-law of Asif Ali Zardari, the present one.

              The Khans stayed close to two hours and joined in the dinner with the Indian ambassador, Sultan Ahmad Baheri, the ambassador of Afghanistan and Sun Weidong, deputy director general of the department of Asian affairs in the Chinese ministry of foreign affairs. This is the first time in many years that a Pakistani ambassador has visited the Indian embassy on a festive occasion giving the event a diplomatic hue.

              The celebrations was attended by Indians living in Beijing included a Bharat Natyam performance by Chinese dancer Jin Shanshan and display of fire crackers, which is usually not allowed outside the embassy premises in Beijing.

              http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/w...w/10552948.cms
              Salamun alaikum.

              The Pak envoy is losing his Islam. Quite a common phenomenon in Indian Muslim celebs though: http://drabutamim.blogspot.com/2011/06/losing-my-islam.html
              www.drabutamim.blogspot.com
              www.shiningblades.blogspot.com

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                Re: Pak Envoy celebrates Diwali in Beijing.

                Originally posted by abu_tamim View Post
                Salamun alaikum.

                The Pak envoy is losing his Islam. Quite a common phenomenon in Indian Muslim celebs though: http://drabutamim.blogspot.com/2011/...-my-islam.html
                wa alaykumus salaam,

                no member of the napak government has islam to lose in the first place.

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                • #9
                  Re: Pak Envoy celebrates Diwali in Beijing.

                  Originally posted by Abu 'Abdullaah View Post
                  lol
                  lol whats funny , this Pakistani envoy is in china and do you get indian newspapers in china please tell me ?????????? lolzzzzzzzzz

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                  • #10
                    Re: Pak Envoy celebrates Diwali in Beijing.

                    You tell me if this online newspaper is available in China. Is it even available in Pakistan?

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                      Re: Pak Envoy celebrates Diwali in Beijing.

                      If he really did that, then thats disgusting. Shame on him. Wouldnt be a surprise though, like the Governor of Punjab defending a lady who slandered Prophet (PBUH). Audho billah.

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                        Re: Pak Envoy celebrates Diwali in Beijing.

                        Originally posted by Feesabillilah89 View Post
                        If he really did that, then thats disgusting. Shame on him. Wouldnt be a surprise though, like the Governor of Punjab defending a lady who slandered Prophet (PBUH). Audho billah.
                        rightly said brother

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