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Chabahar under spotlight to boost Iran’s sea trade

CHABAHAR- Lying on the coast of the Gulf of Oman in Iran’s southeastern Sistan-Baluchestan Province, Chabahar is the country’s only oceanic port and given its strategic location in the International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC) development of the port is of high significance for Iran. The port has two significant docks, …

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Two security personnel killed, 3 injured in Balochistan explosion

Two Frontier Corps (FC) officials lost their lives while three others were injured on Wednesday in a landmine explosion in Balochistan’s Sibbi district. According to security officials, an FC team was on a routine sweep in Sangan area of Sibbi when a landmine went off close to its vehicle. The …

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US general sees no change in Pakistan behaviour despite Trump’s tough line

WASHINGTON: The top US general in Afghanistan said on Tuesday that he had not seen a change in Pakistan’s support for militants so far, despite President Donald Trump taking a tougher line against Islamabad. US officials have long been frustrated by what they see as Pakistan’s reluctance to act against groups …

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HRCP concerned over enforced disappearances

LAHORE: The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) on Monday slammed the recent spate of enforced disappearances of some Baloch students and activists in Karachi. The commission demanded that the ‘missing’ student activists and human rights defenders be accorded due process if they were suspected of any crime, or be …

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Balochistan’s nationalists want their rights within Pakistani framework: Malik

LONDON: Balochistan’s former chief minister Dr Abdul Malik MPA has said that nationalist Baloch want to get their rights within the framework of Pakistan. At an event here, he told that “nationalist” questions of Balochistan concerns all and the best way forward is to get rights within the legal and …

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Balochistan has weakest right to information law

ISLAMABAD: Center for Peace and Development Initiatives (CPDI) has urged the Balochistan government to replace freedom of information Act 2005 with an effective and robust right to information law. Out of four provinces, Balochistan has the weakest right to information law. “Like provincial governments of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab and Sindh, …

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PML Government is being removed, claims Mengal

DERA ALLAHYAR: the BNP President, Sardar Akhtar Mengal, has predicted that the establishment will send present rulers home on one pretext or the other before the next Senate elections. Talking to a delegation of PNP leaders and activists from Naseerabad, Sar Akhtar Mengal deplored that politicians had always defended their …

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