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پاکستانی شاعر اور مصنف. | A Pakistani poet and writer.
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URD: فاطمہ بھٹو 29مئی1982ءکو افغان دار الحکومت کابل میں اس وقت پیدا ہوئیں ، جب ان کے والد میر مرتضیٰ بھٹو جلا وطنی کی زندگی گزار رہے تھے۔ خاندانی پس منظر فاطمہ بھٹو سابق صدر اور سابق وزیراعظم پاکستان ذوالفقار علی بھٹوکی پوتی جبکہ سابق وزیراعظم پاکستان بے نظیر بھٹو کی بھتیجی ہیں جبکہ ان کی والدہ فوزیہ فصیح الدین بھٹو افغان وزارت خارجہ اہلکار کی بیٹی تھیں ۔سوتیلی والدہ غنویٰ بھٹو اس وقت پاکستان پیپلز پارٹی(شہید بھٹو) کی چیئر پرسن ہیں۔فاطمہ ...
for34against   In my opinion Fatima Bhutto is quite good politician. For instance, because ... (if I wanted to write why, I wrote it here), positive
for2against   she is good choice for the future of Pakistan., sheralamkhan
for31against   I do not agree. Fatima Bhutto is bad choice. For instance, because ... (if I wanted to write why, I wrote it here), negative
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Ms. Bhutto Please join Pakistan tehreek e Insaf (PTI)


Ms. Bhutto Please join Pakistan tehreek e Insaf for better future of our country. The motivated and pationate fans of PTI seek you among our ranks. Because its now or never. FOR PAKISTAN please...


Interview: Fatima Bhutto


“Pakistani politicians have a tendency to enhance their own powers; Zulfikar Ali Bhutto should have been different”- Fatima Bhutto Q: You say in your book “I am not my grandfather’s keeper,” yet you defend Mr Bhuttos policies, unwavering in your support. Is this an accurate assessment? A: I defend what I believe to be truly progressive about my grandfather’s politics – his independent bilateral foreign policy, his far-sightedness in launching land reforms and social justice initiatives and his imagination for Pakistan. But I very clearly criticise ...


Fatima Bhutto: Please don´t leave my nation to drown


A FIFTH of Pakistan has been devastated by monsoon floods in the past three weeks. But aid is failing to keep up with the unfolding disaster. Pakistani author Fatima Bhutto, 28-year-old niece of the assassinated former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, warns that without help West-hating militants will step in and take advantage of the catastrophe. IN Kambar, villagers live in stagnant, fetid flood-water between five to 8ft deep - an ideal breeding ground for malaria, cholera and dysentery. Jacobabad is a ghost town. What locals remain can be found living on roadsides, with no shelter ...


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The broken bloodline
Young, brash and angry, they started Al Zulfikar, or the Sword, an armed movement that sought to overthrow Zia. The revolutionaries shot to fame in 1981 with the hijacking of a Pakistan International Airlines jet that was forced to land in Kabul, where the Bhutto brothers lived in exile under the communist government. The precise details of what unfolded are still disputed, and Murtaza's family claims that he was not involved in the plot (but did act as a negotiator). But a young army officer aboard the plane was executed, some Bhutto supporters were released from jail and flown to Libya, and the brothers became A-list enemies of the powerful military establishment. Along the way, the Bhutto brothers married two Afghan sisters, the daughters of an Afghan foreign affairs official. Murtaza had a daughter, Fatima, with his wife Fauzia, but they divorced three years later. The brothers flitted to Tripoli then to Europe, sheltering with sympathetic governments. But in 1985 exile took a d
Continental drift - Review by Fatima Bhutto
Book Review by Fatiima Bhutto.http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/c7878d8a-a10e-11e2-990c-00144feabdc0.html#axzz2QJmCaYB8
Why would Zardari tell me, a fourteen-year-old girl, that my father had been shot if it had been serious?
It must be the arm, I kept telling myself. He must be hit in the arm; it can’t be serious, maybe the leg. Why would Zardari tell me, a fourteen-year-old girl, that my father had been shot if it had been serious? I couldn’t breathe. Mummy must have called for the car. The next thing I knew she was running towards the door. I got up and ran after her. ‘Stay here!’ she yelled. ‘No!’ I screamed back. ‘I’m coming with you!’ Zulfi (little brother) was sitting in the lobby now, with Sofi, his nanny from when he was a baby.
Fatima Bhutto's debut to Viking
Viking is set to publish the debut novel from Fatima Bhutto, The Shadow of the Crescent Moon.Mary Mount at Viking bought world rights excluding India from Karolina Sutton at Curtis Brown. It has already been pre-empted in the USA by Andrea Walker at Penguin Press, and in Norway by Cathrine Bakke Bolin at Gyldendal.The novel, which has also been sold in the US and Norway, takes place over the course of one morning, and follows three brothers living close to the Pakistani border with Afghanistan, and two women, Samarra and Mina who come into their lives.Fatima Bhutto is part of a Pakistani political dynasty. Her grandfather, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, was both prime minister and president of Pakistan, and her aunt Benazir Bhutto was prime minister twice before her assassination in 2007. Benazir’s husband, Asif Ali Zardari, is the current president of Pakistan.In 2010, 30-year-old Bhutto published a memoir, Songs of Blood and Sword (Jonathan Cape).Source: http://www.theboo



 
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