Thailand's Prime Minister to visit Pakistan.

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  1. farhan_9909

    farhan_9909 Tihar Jail Banned

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    Thai Premier Shinawatra arriving on 20th

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    Thailand’s Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra would start her two-day official visit to Pakistan from August 20.

    Shinawatra was invited to Islamabad by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. This will be the first visit from a Thai premier to Pakistan in more than a decade. During her first-ever visit to Pakistan, the Thai PM will chair and inaugurate the first session of the Pakistan-Thailand Joint Trade Committee on August 21.

    She will also initiate discussions on bilateral ties, economic relations, trade ventures between Pakistan and Thailand besides discovering new avenues of extended mutual cooperation.During her visit, Shinawatra will also hold meetings with President Asif Ali Zardari.

    One agreement and two MoUs will be signed between Pakistan and Thailand during the Thai PM’s visit.The Thai PM will be accompanied by a high-level delegation of cabinet members, high officials and businessmen from Thailand.The Thai business delegation will hold separate meetings with its Pakistani counterpart.


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    She is going to discuss Pakistan sponsored Islamic terrorism in Thailand. Would that make her wajib u qatl? Which Paki official will get the first chance to make a pass at her?
     
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    farhan_9909 Tihar Jail Banned

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    well she would be here to sign plenty of development projects.
     
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    :rofl:Good one. I like your sense of humour. And I suppose money will pour into "Middle Eastern Tiger" Pakistan. The epitome of security and safety for investors. "Most friendly environment for investors" Power surplus. Highly skilled IT (International Terrorism) labour force. Best performing stock market. - Please invest in:........
    Pakistan Enlightened Nuclear Islamic State
    ..from Thailand. A Buddhist nation of 70 million people, GDP 345 billion
    Pakistan (population =180 million Sunni Wahhabandi momeen, 10 million kafirs) GDP 210 billion :rofl:

    Pakistanis will beg for money from anything. If it wears a skirt it's so much better.
     
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    pankaj nema Senior Member Senior Member

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    Thailand has seen a lot of Islamic insurgency

    South Thailand insurgency - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    And Pakistan is the MECCA of ALL Islamic Terrorists

    So she is here to crib and complain

    Maybe Thailand should also speak to USA ; China and Saudi Arabia
    who are REAL Guardians of this Rouge state called Pakistan
     
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    who cares???
    all i care is she is hot
     
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    She will do well to talk about terrorism in Thailand. All terror leads to Pak one way or the other.
     
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    farhan_9909 Tihar Jail Banned

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    so what?there per capita is higher than India aswell.

    Pakistan gdp this year is 252.6 billion dollars.

    Beside this Indians are officially called as beggars.as they rank in the top 10 aid recipient countries
     
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    that awards and world record is reserved for you

    BTW she must have come to discuss Islamic terrorism in Thailand originated from pakistan and illegal trade of stolen cars exported to Pakistan from Thailand.

    apart from that i can see nothing Pakistan or Thailand can do for each other:p:p
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Thailand has this Islamic issue in its South.

    Most of them are Pakistani indoctrinated.

    Therefore, it is axiomatic that she visits the womb and do a uterus removal!
     
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    farhan_9909 Tihar Jail Banned

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    Not india but pakistani media is responsible for spreading this image of Pakistan.

    http://www.madote.com/2010/10/top-10-nations-of-foreign-aid.html

    this is the list of official beggars.

    20% of world NGO's are working in india.which in return donate more like 5billion dollars per year.

    Pakistan took 18billion dollars aid in 12 years..while india took 20billion dollars in more like 3 years/

    who is beggar?decide yourself
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    The pattern of aid inflow rose slowly till 1960s but increased in the first
    half of sixties growing from 8.4 percent of GDP in 1961 to 11.99 percent of
    GDP in 1965. In the latter half of the sixties, foreign aid slowed down from 8.2
    percent of GDP in 1966 to 6.8 percent in 1969. Foreign aid inflow as
    percentage of GDP dropped down to about 5 percent of GDP in the first half of
    1970s. During the second half of 1970s, aid inflow increased again and reached
    6.5 percent of GDP on average. Due to oil price shock in 1970s governments of
    petroleum-exporting countries become major sources of foreign assistance for
    developing countries. After 1973 Pakistan received a reasonable amount of
    foreign aid from Islamic countries. During the seventies foreign aid helped the
    economy to overcome the severe problem of high level of inflation. In the
    decade of eighties and nineties, aid inflow remained almost static at 4.6 percent
    of the GDP on average.
    Aid inflow to Pakistan has a strong association with geo-political
    interest of donors. The increases in aid inflow in decade of 1960s in connect
    with Pakistan’s signing of mutual defense assistance agreements with United
    State in cold war era. Aid inflow of 1980s can be visualised in perspective
    of Afghanistan war. In 1990s economic assistance to Pakistan was cut off
    by USA and other multilateral donor’s when Afghan war ended. Aid inflow
    to Pakistan was further dropped down after nuclear test in 1998 and military
    takeover in 1999. Most recent aid inflow is a result of Pak-US closer ties
    after 9/11.8
    3.1. Net Aid Inflow to Pakistan
    By subtracting the annual debt servicing (repayment of principal and
    interest) from the total aid inflow, we deduce the net foreign aid which is
    available to the recipient country for financing its import and gross
    investment. In case of Pakistan, debt servicing has gradually increased over
    the time and amount of aid resource available for the country has reduced,
    net foreign aid inflows averaged about 87 percent of total aid inflow during
    the sixties. From Table 1, it can be seen that due to increase in annual debt
    servicing charges, net transfer as a ratio of total disbursements declined from
    87 percent in the sixties to 65 percent in the decade of seventies. Net aid
    inflow as percentage of total aid inflows has further declined and reached to
    43.8 percent and 28.7 percent in the period of eighties and nineties
    respectively. It is estimated that 58 percent of total aid inflow went back to
    donor countries as debt servicing charges over the period 1961 to 2009.Out
    of total disbursements of $ US 77.78 billion from 1961 to 2009, an amount
    of $ 45.05 billion (58 percent of total disbursed aid) was returned to the
    donor countries as debt servicing. Thus because of increase in interest
    payments and principal, a smaller proportion of net foreign aid has been
    made available to the country.
    Regarding the performance of social indicators, peoples of Pakistan
    are still having no access to basic needs like education and health facilities.
    Inflow of foreign aid and reasonable growth rate completely fail to change
    the living standard of ordinary people of Pakistan. In case of Pakistan,
    foreign aid and government programmes may have contributed to overall
    economic growth, but failed to promote social and political indicators like
    education, health, sanitation, fertility, gender equality, corruption, political
    instability and violence, and democracy—for its level of income which
    cause élite domination and ethnic division [Easterly (2001)]. Easterly
    (2001) express his point view about aid contribution in Pakistan economy in
    the following words.
    “Pakistan has had respectable per capita growth over 1950-99,
    intensive involvement by donors and international agencies ($58
    billion in foreign aid), and has a well-educated and high-achieving
    elite and Diaspora. Yet Pakistan systematically underperforms on most
    social and political indicators—education, health, sanitation, fertility,
    gender equality, corruption, political instability and violence, and
    democracy—for its level of income. It systematically under-performs
    on improvements in these indicators for its rate of GDP per capita
    growth over time. I call this pattern ‘growth without development’.”
    [William Easterly (2001)].
    http://www.pide.org.pk/pdf/Working Paper/WorkingPaper-72.pdf
     
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    That is just the US.

    Take into account the unknown Chinese, Saudi and Islamic aid.

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    As for the multilateral institutions, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) is Pakistan’s biggest multilateral partner, providing assistance of $4.4 billion from 2009 through 2012. Under its 2009-2013 Pakistan Country Strategy the ADB increased support for the energy, transport and irrigation infrastructure, and urban services sectors, providing annual average lending of almost $1.5 billion.

    The World Bank’s portfolio in Pakistan currently consists of 30 projects with a total commitment of $5 billion. The Bank is heavily invested in the education sector (in Punjab, Sindh, and Balochistan) and infrastructure (transport, sanitation, water management, and energy).

    The IMF disbursed credit worth $5.2 billion to Pakistan from FY2008 to FY2010 following the 2008 economic crises. In 2011 the Government of Pakistan decided to end the IMF program, but following the country’s civilian election in May 2013 the new government, led by the Pakistani Muslim League (Nawaz), has entered into a new provisional agreement with the Fund worth $5.3 billion for a bailout package for FY2013-2016. Although the IMF and Pakistan have an ‘unhappy history’, the new government is said to have little choice due to its balance of payments crisis and sharply declining foreign exchange reserves.

    For more information and detailed data on donor flows to Pakistan, see the State Bank of Pakistan’s annual reports and its economic data.

    http://www.cgdev.org/page/aid-pakistan-numbers


    Bailout!

    Bankrupt beggars!
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    So, got the picture, Steve?

    The figure don't include the Saudis and China

    Imagine that!

    Beg, beg and beg!
     
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    farhan_9909 Tihar Jail Banned

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    feeling sleepy.

    get ready for a dozen of links.where i will also post the proof of majority of NGO's working in india donate more than 5billion dollars.

    Also add the aid of uk,japan and many more countries in the name of poverty to india.

    even now india recieve more than 10billion dollars per year.

    Begging but not admitting
    as they say in saraiki

    Chassa Cha ta mann naa
     
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    afeem khaadi ha????


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    On another forum I read the concept of "open fly-torn shirt" argument. If I tell you that your fly is open, you may say that my shirt is torn. But that does not close your fly or reduce your shame. Your fly is still open. Pakistan remains pure Islamic beggar nation.

    The fact that Indians per capita is lower than Thailand does not make Pakistan any better. No need to look at India to feel better. For all its poverty Indians got back their land from rapists, whose children ran away to Pakistan fearing the half naked fakir Gandhi and the shivering Hindoos and their bhagwaans, leaving Indians behind. Pakistan is not only a beggar nation, it is also a loser nation which is smaller and with fewer resources and requires more per capita begging to maintain its "state of mind" where Pakis think they used to rule the world and will do so again by training terrorists in the name of Islam and harbouring criminals like Dawood as long as they claim to be Muslim.

    I personally would like to see Pakistan rule the world with pure Islam. For that reason it is important that kafirs run scared and keep away from Pakistan. A kafir woman like Shinawatra has no business being in Pakistan other than as a slave who belongs in the right hand of some pious Pakistani Islamic leader like General (why use kafir concepts like "general"?) Kiyani or Hafiz saeed.

    After all women are respected in Pakistan. Better than India according to Pakis. The holy book says women are there to produce children for jihad and must look after them. Why is Shinawatra visiting Pakistan if she has not come for a holy purpose given to a woman? She must be enslaved and used for the purpose given by your only god, and not for begging.
     
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    Feeling sleepy is no excuse for failing to deliver. Since Pakis are less capable than others I will give you Baksheesh. 50% concession. Give only half a dozen links showing donations of 2.5 billion dollars. Let's not have one more KLPD.

    I think cousin marriages make every Paki think like other Pakis - delusions of grandeur. Ayub Khan said " A sharp blow at the right time and place will make the Hindu run". Still waiting for that blow.Yahya Khan said "The Bengali will run at the sound of gunfire". Now this Paki says he will give one dozen links. Be kind to those who are weaker than you. Let him give six links.
     
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