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Controversial Pakistani author (and Benazir Bhutto's niece) Fatima Bhutto and renowned historian Ayesha Jalal spoke about the complex dynamics of India's ever-turbulent western neighbour at a panel featuring a huge audience - and a very vocal cow.'A nod of agreement from a cow,' said panel moderator and television talk show host Karan Thapar, after a loud 'moo' interrupted Bhutto's assertion about the immense gulf that separates the powerful and the ordinary in Pakistan.George, 47, is said to be smitten with the ‘brainy foreign beauty,’ who still lives with her brother and step-mother in Karachi.‘He’s still out there with his usual assortment of Hollywood eye-candy hanging from his arm.On a lighter note, she also critiqued the effect the former cricketer is having on the country's punditry.The problem with Pakistan, for Bhutto, is that the political class is too far removed from the issues that affect people on the ground - the lack of food, devastating floods and the conspicuous absence of energy distribution.'The difference between Pakistan and India is in terms of structures and institutions,' Jalal said. In Pakistan, the only institution that functions is the army.
Shehan was there as well, in a dapper dinner jacket, looking a little more bewildered than the previous night as he was being pulled in every direction.
But George insists those days could be coming to an end if Fatima wants to take their relationship to the next level…
George has courted her by phone and e-mail and arranged to meet her abroad when their schedules allowed it’ a source told the Enquirer publication.
Jalal, who teaches South Asian history at Tufts University, agreed.
She pointed out that despite Khan's apparently unending support, his party had already began making compromises by accepting politicians who didn't share his outsider status.