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Mengal House attacked in Wadh, Balochistan

Wadh, Balochistan: the front gate of the house of  Sardar Akhtar Mengal was partially damaged due to a blast. It has not been confirmed whether the blast was due to a grenade attack or firing of a rocket. Sardar Akhtar Mengal was not present at the time of the attack. …

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Afghanistan-India special air freight services to kick off tomorrow

KHAAMA PRESS The special air freight services between India and Afghanistan is expected to kick off from tomorrow, the officials have said. The Indian Ambassador to Afghanistan, Manpreet Vohra, has said the services will be launched from Sunday, the 18th of July. Mr. Vohra informed regarding the launch of the …

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Looking for man’s origins in Bulgarian savannah

AFP RUPKITE: Seven million years ago the sunflower and corn fields in parts of southern Bulgaria were like an African savannah, roamed by gazelles and giraffes. And perhaps also, amazingly, by the oldest known human ancestor — which most scientists have hitherto believed came from Africa. A small team of …

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ساہ کندن-عطاشاؔد

    ساہ کندن ءِ چم پاچی ءُ بیوانکی ءَ استنت زبان چمّے بہ بیت پہ گندگ ءَ گوشے بہ بیت پہ اشکنگ امبروز ءِ گْراں باہندیں آشوب عاقبت اوبادگاں پہ ساعت انت ساہ کندن ءِ   گندنت ءُ بے روک انت چمّ کرّ انت بلے گوش اشکننت ساہ انت …

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What’s Happening at Pakistan’s Gwadar Port?

Despite big promises, the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is yet to deliver local benefits. By Zofeen T Ebrahim A stray dog snoozes under a red boat lying next to a rickety tea shop on the quay at Sur Bandar, where a few dozen small boats are bobbing in the Arabian Sea. …

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Can Pakistan Afford CPEC?

There are concerns that the secretive agreement will lead to unsustainable debt for Pakistan while China reaps the benefits. By K.S. Venkatachalam China’s investment of $62 billion in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), as part of its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI),  is set to change the face of Pakistan’s economy. …

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China gives Pakistan two ships for security of CPEC sea route

China has handed over two maritime patrol vessels to the Pakistan Navy for joint security along the sea route of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor+ (CPEC), Dawn reported. A few day before, the Chinese vessels were received by the Commander of the Pakistan Navy Vice-Admiral Arifullah Hussaini. The ships are called PMSS …

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US announces inter-agency review of support to Pakistan

WASHINGTON: US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, while describing the aspersions of a congressman about Pakistan’s alleged links to terrorism as ‘well-founded’, has announced an inter-agency review of US funding and support to Pakistan. The remarks — at a budget hearing of the House Foreign Affairs Committee this week — …

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Iran Vows Retaliation as US Senate Passes Sanctions Bill

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Iran’s Foreign Ministry said on Friday that the country is going to take “reciprocal and proportionate” measures in retaliation to a bill the US Senate has passed to impose new sanctions on Tehran. In comments on Friday, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi said the Senate’s passage of …

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