After this mention of Little Tibet and Skardu through the country, Little Tibet and Skardu were quickly drawn into Asian maps produced in Europe.
Skardu was first mentioned as Eskerdow the map "Indiae orientalis nec non insularum adiacentium nova descriptio" by Nicolaes Visscher II, published 1680–1700, and the first recorded Baltistan as Tibet Minor.
Murree was the summer capital of the Punjab during British Raj; which later moved to Simla.
In the hot season it was also the headquarters of the Lieutenant General of the Northern Command.
Geoffrey Miller, former commander of the US military detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba., Human Rights Watch believes there is sufficient basis for the US government to order a broad criminal investigation into alleged crimes committed in connection with the torture and ill-treatment of detainees, the CIA secret detention program, and the rendition of detainees to torture.
Such an investigation should also include examination of the roles played by National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice and Attorney General John Ashcroft, as well as the lawyers who crafted the legal “justifications” for torture, including Alberto Gonzales (counsel to the president and later attorney general), Jay Bybee (head of the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel (OLC)), John Rizzo (acting CIA general counsel), David Addington (counsel to the vice president), (Department of Defense general counsel), and John Yoo (deputy assistant attorney general in the OLC). For example, many internal government documents on detention and interrogation policies and practices are still classified, and unavailable to the public.
It features a fitness centre, a spa and 4 dining options. All the rooms at One Faisalabad Hotel are equipped with a flat-screen satellite TV, an electric kettle and a work desk. A hairdryer and free toiletries are also provided for guests’ convenience.
Faisalabad International Airport is located about 16.7 km away, while River Chenab is 49 km from the hotel.
There is no longer any doubt as to whether the current administration has committed war crimes.
The only question that remains to be answered is whether those who ordered the use of torture will be held to account. Bush be investigated for authorizing “waterboarding” and other abuses against detainees that the United States and scores of other countries have long recognized as torture?