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بلوچستان: ’علیحدگی پسند قومی سلامتی کے لیے خطرہ نہیں رہے

اوون بینیٹ جونز بی بی سی نیوز، کوئٹہ پاکستان کے صوبہ بلوچستان کا دارالحکومت کوئٹہ ایک عرصے سے غیر ملکی صحافیوں کے لیے ممنوعہ علاقہ ہے۔ جہادی گروہوں اور علیحدگی پسند عسکریت پسندوں نے یہاں خونی حملے کیے ہیں جبکہ علیحدگی پسند قریباً ایک عشرے سے سکیورٹی اہلکاروں کو نشانہ بنا …

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Corps Commanders discuss military courts, Dawn leaks, NAP

RAWALPINDI: The Corps Commanders  Conference on Thursday reviewed Geo-Strategic and security environment with special focus on internal security, Pak-Afg border situation and Indian cease fire violations along Line of Control and working boundary, said a statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). The conference that was presided by Army Chief …

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More US troops needed in Afghanistan: US general

WASHINGTON (AFP) – The top US military commander for the Middle East warned on Thursday (March 9) that the United States would need more troops on the ground in Afghanistan to stave off a resurgent Taliban. General Joseph Votel, who heads US Central Command (Centcom), told the Senate Armed Forces …

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Pakistan activist Waqass Goraya: The state tortured me

A liberal Pakistani activist who went missing earlier this year has said a “government institution” with links to the military held him and tortured him. Waqass Goraya, one of five activists who disappeared in early January, told the BBC he was tortured “for pleasure”. The activists were freed after several …

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سی پیک کے مغربی روٹ کے تیسرے راستے پر کام کا آغاز جلد ہوگا ،جعفر مندو خیل

کوئٹہ : پاکستان مسلم لیگ بلوچستان کے صدر اور صوبائی وزیر ریونیو اور ٹرانسپورٹ شیخ جعفر خان مندوخیل نے کہا ہے کہ سی پیک کے سلسلے میں مغربی روٹ کے لئے ژوب کے راستے ایک نئے روٹ پر ہائی وے تعمیر کرنے کو حتمی شکل دی گئی ہے یہ نیا …

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Public Accounts Committee briefed on CPEC power projects.

The Public Accounts Committee was briefed on Thursday by the Ministry of Water and Power regarding power projects under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). The PAC was told that the coal being imported through Port Qasim will would help run an electricity project worth 1,320 megawatts, which will be ready …

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Saudi-led coalition used cluster bombs in Yemen: Amnesty

AFP  Amnesty International on Thursday accused the Saudi-led Arab coalition battling rebels in Yemen of using banned cluster munitions in raids on residential areas. The Brazilian-manufactured munitions were fired in a February 15 attack on three residential districts and agricultural land in Saada province of northern Yemen, a stronghold of …

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Nisar threatens to block all social media websites with ‘blasphemous content’

Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar on Thursday threatened to block “all social media websites” that host blasphemous content hours after the Islamabad High Court (IHC) ordered the government to open an investigation into online blasphemy. The issue came to the fore in January, when five activists were reported missing. Four of …

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Pakistan Indefinitely Closes Border With Afghanistan Amid Rising Tension

Peshawar, Pakistan — Pakistan has indefinitely closed two border crossings with Afghanistan after opening them for two days to let through Afghans with visas, officials said on Thursday. The official border crossings were abruptly ordered closed last month after a series of attacks Pakistan blames on militants sheltered in Afghanistan, …

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CPEC — proceed with caution

Speaking at public forum, in Islamabad, the Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan, Sun Weidong, claimed that projects under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) were moving in the right direction and 13,000 local jobs had been created so far. Ambassador Weidong added that during the last meeting of the Joint Cooperation Committee, …

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