Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf resigns
Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf on Monday announced that he was stepping down from the post, amid tremendous pressure from the ruling coalition government to do so. “For the sake of the nation and people, I’m resigning," he said.
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Pakistan under Musharraf
Whether or not the people of Pakistan get Mushy about his nine years in power, it definitely is the end of an era.
Pakistan under Musharraf – A Timeline
Chronology of major political developments in Pakistan after Pervez Musharraf’s entry into the power circle in 1999.
The rise & fall of Pervez Musharraf
…and finally on August 18, 2008, the former General resigned, thus ending his nine-year reign.
Pak faces umpteen challenges as Musharraf bids adieu
Life has come a full circle for Pervez Musharraf who has resigned as the President of Pakistan. And his exit translates into new challenges for Pakistan.
What Musharraf`s exit means for India
With the resignation of Pervez Musharraf as president of Pakistan, there is a growing feeling in India that Islamabad is likely to be more hawkish on the Kashmir issue.
Highlights of Musharraf’s last address as President
Pervez Musharraf’s 'Khuda Hafiz' to Pakistan marks another change in the tumultuous history of the Islamic republic. But he faded away to posterity fighting for what he calls his rightful place in history.
Pakistan: A dream gone awry
A product of the infamous two-nation theory, Pakistan and India are children from the same womb. But unlike its eastern neighbour, Pakistan’s history is peppered with growing problems.
Pakistan - A tale of Generals hijacking the democratic machinery
Democracy & dictatorship have long been alternatively holding fort in Pakistan. Dictators – many came – faded away to reassert the saying, ‘The mightier you are, the harder you fall’. Democracy wins again.