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Mr. Kamran Shafi

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Columnist

Local Address:  Pakistan
Dawn
 
Background

Employment History

  • Senior Journalists
    Pakistan Freedom
  • Columnist
    The Express Tribune
  • Columnist
    Wah
  • Principal
    Pakistan Peace Coalition Dr Abdul Hameed Nayyar
  • Columnist
    The Pakistani army
  • Columnist
    Herald
  • Columnist
  • Officer
    Pakistan Army
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Sitting on the stage besides yours ...
www.punjabics.com [cached]
Sitting on the stage besides yours truly was Mr Kamran Shafi, columnist of Dawn, wondering which language would be appropriate for non-Sindhi people like himself and Dr Mohammad Taqi, columnist Daily Times.
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But when I, like many previous years, spoke in Punjabi and supported the Sindhis' right to self-determination, Dr Taqi spoke in Hindko, his mother tongue, and Mr Shafi in Punjabi.
Oxford University Pakistan Society
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Talk by Kamran Shafi
Date and Time: 16 Nov 2010 (6:30 pm) Venue: Harris Seminar Room, Oriel College, Oxford. Entry: Free for everyone
Kamran Shafi (DAWN) has kindly agreed to join the Oxford University Pakistan Society for a talk and Q & A session. Mr. Shafi is an influential Pakistani journalist who writes a weekly column in Dawn, a prestigious English language newspaper in Pakistan.
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Mr. Shafi writes extensively on Pakistan's security apparatus and is a leading advocate of democratic governance and civilian control over all institutions of the state, especially the military and intelligence services".
Sitting on the stage besides yours ...
www.sanalist.org [cached]
Sitting on the stage besides yours truly was Mr Kamran Shafi, columnist of Dawn, wondering which language would be appropriate for non-Sindhi people like himself and Dr Mohammad Taqi, columnist Daily Times.
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But when I, like many previous years, spoke in Punjabi and supported the Sindhis' right to self-determination, Dr Taqi spoke in Hindko, his mother tongue, and Mr Shafi in Punjabi.
Sitting on the stage besides yours ...
www.wichaar.com [cached]
Sitting on the stage besides yours truly was Mr Kamran Shafi, columnist of Dawn, wondering which language would be appropriate for non-Sindhi people like himself and Dr Mohammad Taqi, columnist Daily Times.
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But when I, like many previous years, spoke in Punjabi and supported the Sindhis' right to self-determination, Dr Taqi spoke in Hindko, his mother tongue, and Mr Shafi in Punjabi.
Non-Departmental Events - "The Deep State: Implications for Pakistan's Security and the Great Game in Afghanistan" - Kamran Shafi (DAWN) | Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford
www.politics.ox.ac.uk [cached]
"The Deep State: Implications for Pakistan's Security and the Great Game in Afghanistan" - Kamran Shafi (DAWN) Non-Departmental Events - "The Deep State: Implications for Pakistan's Security and the Great Game in Afghanistan" - Kamran Shafi (DAWN) | Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford
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"The Deep State: Implications for Pakistan's Security and the Great Game in Afghanistan" - Kamran Shafi (DAWN) - (16.11.2010 18.30 h - 20.00 h)
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Kamran Shafi (DAWN)
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Talk by Kamran Shafi: "The Deep State: Implications for Pakistan's Security and the Great Game in Afghanistan.
Kamran Shafi (DAWN) has kindly agreed to join the Oxford University Pakistan Society for a talk and Q & A session.
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Mr. Shafi is an influential Pakistani journalist who writes a weekly column in Dawn, a prestigious English language newspaper in Pakistan. He served as late Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto's Press Secretary from 1988-89, and as Minister of Information for the Pakistani Embassy in London from 1994-96. He has also served as an officer in the Pakistan Army for eleven years before resigning his commission in 1976. Most recently, he hosted a current affairs program on DawnNews TV in 2008-09. Mr. Shafi writes extensively on Pakistan's security apparatus and is a leading advocate of democratic governance and civilian control over all institutions of the state, especially the military and intelligence services.
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Details - "The Deep State: Implications for Pakistan's Security and the Great Game in Afghanistan" - Kamran Shafi (DAWN)
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