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    March 15, 2005

    Pakistan lost Osama bin Laden's trail last year: Musharraf

    While the US president has always been under the impression that Musharraf's U-turn on the Taliban was a voluntary one and that he is a great ally in the war against terror, his dear ally's latest declaration that 'we didnt quite get him' is bound to result in a lot of questions being asked about Pakistan's role in the "war against terror". The timing is also odd, considering that US Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice is due to visit Pakistan this week.

    Well, some people will ask uneasy questions, but seeing the way the current US administration has hedged all its bets on Musharraf, it is unlikely that the masked man will ever be unmasked. "The Great Dictator" will continue his publicity campaigns and lead the world astray while India and several other countries bleed. Of course, he'll just enjoy the cricket.

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