Elvis Lives

Kamran%20Lashari.jpgIn my earlier post, I mentioned about probable departure of Lashari from the chair of CDA. Well the word has it that he is here to stay now as the chairman of Capital Development Authority, during his five month course at Staff College Lahore. Lashari was nominated for the course, which starts on January 29 and ends on June 28. The course is mandatory for an officer for promotion from BPS-20 to 21.

Well in my opinion, with the ongoing projects in the city, we seriously need him to see them through.

5 Comments so far

  1. MU (unregistered) on January 25th, 2007 @ 10:23 pm

    I suspect a few people would be interested to overthrow him from thrown while away. Let’s see. :)


  2. A for [pine]Apple (unregistered) on January 25th, 2007 @ 10:50 pm

    I STILL Like this guy and hey backpacker it’s an old pic of him … He’s got HAIR now ;-)


  3. 1967 (unregistered) on January 26th, 2007 @ 9:47 am

    My o my,I am sorry A For [PINE] Apple for posting his old, bald pic…:P I think his new hair look pathetic, he had grace when bald. Anyway, I think women seem more interested in mens hair then they themselves..lol


  4. A for [pine]apple (unregistered) on January 26th, 2007 @ 10:11 am

    Lolz I like the guy from LDA Dayz – when Islamabad didnt even knew abt him :P And new hair loooks OK On him – they look pathetic on our Filmi stars :P


  5. Hamid Rasool (unregistered) on February 5th, 2007 @ 1:38 am

    What do I like best about Islamabad? Let me count some ways:
    1. It is the place where on 9/24/2000 I converted to Islam; and
    2. The name of the whole city shows total pride in the beauty of ISLAM; and the peope are so nice in Islamabad because everyone follows the holy Koran in that they try to do good deeds for one another, and they attempt to avoid the prohibited acts; and they maintain strong faith in a munificent God; and
    3. Family life is strong and is nurtured in Islamabad and families are together there; in Islamabad there are no massive child care industries and no old folks homes; and
    4. It is fun to walk to the Cave of the Holy Man. I wasn’t sure I was physically fit enough to make the hike but then I saw the little kids scampering along and even elderly women were making steady progress toward the cave, so I knew I would be able to make it and I did; and
    5. The Faisal Mosque is a structure worthy of the one true God to whom it is dedicated – Allah – may he soon vindicate his name; and
    6. The city has the benefit of a master plan created less than 50 years ago in which the Greek architects have located government buildings in one area; foreign embassies in another; the commercial “blue area” in another and so on. We pray that Azad Kashmir will be able to be built anew in a similar manner. I love Azad Kashmir for one reason which is because it is the place where Kashmiriyat originated. Kashmiriyat is being practiced there again because the Hindus have apparently stopped their bad practice – in 1949 they had killed Kashmiris because Kashmiris would not stop eating meat. Kashmiri pandits are returning to Kashmir now I am told as our brothers are forgiving the Hindus for their religion-based extremist acts that they had been doing to us. Insha Allah Nadir Khalili’s idea for housing will establish a jenna-like housing arrangement too for my loveworth Kashmiris:
    http://www.calearthpakistan.org/news16.htm
    ; and
    7. God is Great!

    Hamid Rasool
    Hemet California



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