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Balochistan’s spiral into chaos

Muhammad Akbar Notezai  HISTORICALLY speaking, Balochistan in general and the Baloch community in particular are secular. Even in traditional Baloch society, the mullah is not a revered figure. Instead, he is merely a functional figure. But this is now changing. There are two dominant forces in the province: the state …

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CPEC may be hit by political changes in Pakistan, says Chinese expert

BEIJING: A Chinese expert has admitted that the recent political developments in Pakistan would affect the $50 billion China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) because some “variable factors” would come into play. The expert also said that some political parties in Pakistan have cast doubt on some specific items in their …

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Did Nawaz Sharif sideline his brother Shahbaz from Pakistan PM post?

TIMESOFINDIA.COM NEW DELHI: Did disqualified former prime minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif+prevent his younger brother Shahbaz Sharif from taking over+ the top government spot? That’s what several key leaders in Sharif’s PML-N party believe, reported Pakistani newspaper Dawn. Not only did the elder Sharif keep Shahbaz at bay, he may also have “shattered the dreams” …

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بلوچستان میں صحت کی سہولیات

سبی سے خبر آئی ہے کہ 1992ء میں ڈویژنل ہیڈ کوارٹر ہسپتال کی تعمیر نو اور توسیع پر کروڑوں روپے خرچ کیے گئے لیکن ابھی بھی ہسپتال میںآپریشن تھیٹر سمیت اک شعبے غیر فعال ہیں حالانکہ سبی کا از سر نو تعمیر شدہ اسپتال ام سہولیات سے آراستہ ہے مگر …

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America Should Not Cheer on an India-China Fight

Playing geopolitics in South and Central Asia can have disastrous consequences for U.S. national security. Lyle J. Goldstein August 2, 2017 This article is taken from http://nationalinterest.org Tensions have been building on the Himalayan frontier that separates China and India, even as a new round of political instability roils Pakistan. A …

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Does ouster of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif mean chaos for Pakistan?

AFP   ISLAMABAD: The ousting of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif+ has left a power vacuum at the top of the nuclear-armed country, yet experts say that in the long run it is unlikely to be destabilising. Sharif’s disqualification on Friday by the Supreme Court over corruption allegations denies him the chance …

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Balochistan fails to account for over 1,500 govt-run schools

Over 1,500 government-run primary, middle and high schools in Balochistan were found, during a verification process, to exist only on paper, officials said on Monday. The Balochistan government and Unicef jointly conducted a survey with regard to the verification of schools over May 2016 to May 2017 to track down …

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CPEC outflows to peak at $4.5bn: IMF

KARACHI: In a detailed look at the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), the International Monetary Fund (IMF) cautions that corridor projects will generate outflows of as much as $4.5 billion by 2024, while the export benefits of the projects “will likely accrue gradually over time”. Filling the gap in between could pose a …

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Qatar is living large despite monthlong Arab siege

AP DOHA: It’s been more than a month since four Arab nations cut land, sea and air routes to Qatar+ , but in the gas-rich Gulf nation’s glimmering malls and luxury hotels there is little sign of hardship. High-end clothing stores hawk the latest summer trends. Grocery stores are brimming with meats …

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Sharif’s loss may strengthen army, India is worried

ISLAMABAD/NEW DELHI: A serious setback to Pakistani PM Nawaz Shariffollowing the disclosure that his daughter and putative heir apparent, Maryam Sharif, had concealed ownership of the family’s offshore assets and companies threatens to create new security complications for India. A Joint Investigation Team (JIT) probing the Panama Papers, in its report …

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