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BNP leader Malik Naveed Dehwar killed in Quetta gun attack

Balochistan National Party (BNP) leader Malik Naveed Dehwar and his guard were killed when unidentified gunmen opened fire at the former’s vehicle in Quetta’s Arbab Karam Khan Road area on Thursday afternoon, police said. Another man identified as Haji Essa was also injured in the attack. The assailants escaped unhurt …

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Pakistan closely watching Modi’s trip to Israel: Report

PTI ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is closely watching Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s historic trip to Israel as it can have serious implications on strategic stability in the region, a media report said on Wednesday. The Express Tribune reported that Pakistan officially does not comment on bilateral visits of other heads of governments and …

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Situationer: Manpower woes deny justice to Balochistan litigants

Mariyam Suleman  QUETTA: On Aug 8, 2016 a suicide bomb ripped through the emergency services ward of Quetta’s Civil Hospital and deprived Balochistan of 55 of its finest, and some of the most senior, lawyers. As the province’s justice system continues to reel from the blow with already understaffed courts, …

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Balochistan health minister survives rocket attack in Panjgur

Unidentified assailants attacked the convoy of Balochistan Health Minister Rehmat Saleh Baloch in Panjgur town on Thursday, officials said, with the minister and his aides remaining unharmed in the incident. The minister’s convoy was targeted while he was travelling to Prom area from Panjgur, Assistant Commissioner Panjgur Abdul Jabbar said. …

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McCain’s warning reflects changing mood in Washington towards Pakistan

WASHINGTON: US Senator John McCain’s warning that if Pakistan does not stop supporting the Haqqani network, the United States should change its ‘behaviour’ towards the Pakistani nation reflects the changing mood in Washington towards a country once considered a close ally. Senator McCain, who was in Islamabad recently before flying over to Kabul, said …

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Pakistan: CPEC and the Burden of Inoperable Debt

The implementation of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a mega project involving transportation and energy infrastructure which will connect Pakistan to Xianjiang, part of the Chinese “One Belt, One Road” initiative, is ongoing. While governments from both countries affirm that the project will bring social and economic benefits for people …

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