Imran Khan at IBA in Karachi on Building Brand Pakistan

Imran Khan inspires young generation not just by words but practical examples. From sports to Shaukat Khanum and NAMAL ( one two three four five) he is probably the only political personality who actually has done something on ground for his country, not from publix tax but own effort and donations. While i have (and i guess many others too) have serious reservations on his political stand on some issues mainly security, nonetheless his speeches (check youtube) are worth pondering for, specially coming young generations. Probably one of the most invited speaker too, IBA gives students a chance to hear the Legend in Karachi on June 19th, 2010.PakistaniTM brings to IBA a once in a life-time opportunity to take part in a highly interactive session with Mr. Imran Khan. The seminar will be based on the following topic: “Building Brand Pakistan: Leading the change through youth”. Mr. Imran Khan will be delivering a lecture on this topic and will also be taking part in a Q&A session with the students of IBA.The seminar will be conducted on 19th June, 2010 at the APWA Auditorium, IBA City Campus. For further details, log on to


53 Comments so far

  1. Irz'Kia'Hey (unregistered) on July 10th, 2010 @ 4:12 pm

    Lets summarize for those intellectually challenged or still at school level (no shame in admitting if you can’t grasp basics of geo politics) lets try to help you here:

    Octavia Nasr CNN ME editor for 20 odd years, was fired or dismissed instantly! her crime was she spoke her mind! She is not even a Muslim! She’s from that reigon & has met & interviewed the guy but obviously its against CNN/ Jewish/ Israeli policy to tell the truth on their media! so she gets the boot.

    Second case is as detailed in above post, how a country will sack its ambassador for speaking her mind is the proof that how much control these evil people have over them.

    Twitter, with its strict 140-character limit, was never going to be the best medium to make a nuanced point about Middle East politics. But Octavia Nasr gave it a go.

    The cost was great: Nasr was fired as CNN’s senior Middle East editor after 20 years with the US-based news channel.

    The offending tweet was sent on Sunday morning following the death in Beirut of Grand Ayatollah Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah, who was instrumental in the establishment of Hezbollah in Lebanon. Using her official CNN Twitter account Nasr wrote: “Sad to hear of the passing of Sayyed Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah. One of Hezbollah’s giants I respect a lot.”

    The tweet was immediately picked up by supporters of Israel, to which the Islamist group is bitterly opposed. The Simon Wiesenthal Center in the US released a statement demanding Nasr “apologise to all victims of Hezbollah terrorism whose loved ones don’t share her sadness over the passing of one of Hezbollah’s giants”.

  2. M. Faizan (unregistered) on July 11th, 2010 @ 12:25 am

    nice Ctrl+C & Ctrl+V..
    speaks somethign about your intellect..

  3. Irz'Kia'Hey (unregistered) on July 11th, 2010 @ 11:56 am


    it seems that you’re really a school level guy, who instead of engaging in a healthy debate, where I provided ample proof in Mr Khan’s unsuitability, you resorted to (unfounded) attack on my sources & references like wiki or a famous British newspaper even though links were provided, this is how its done internationally, first rule when you write for any global newspaper forums or blogs, which I do a lot in the UK. As you have proven to be so childish, I’ll be just wasting my time & others besides I don’t deal with time wasters.

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