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CAA criticized for its inefficiency

NAUSHKI: Mir Khurshid Jamaldini, a central leader of the Balochistan Nation Party (BNP) has strongly condemned the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for its inefficient and total incompetency for providing air travel facilities to the people of Balochistan. Talking to newsmen here on Saturday, he said there are more than a …

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China has Pakistan over a barrel on ‘One Belt One Road’

By F.M. SHAKIL Tax concessions for Chinese firms, mounting security costs, crippling debt… The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is beginning to look like a disaster for its host nation The US$56 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) – a part of China’s ‘One Belt One Road’ vision – has yet to translate …

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پاکستان میں مردم شماری پر سیاسی جماعتوں کے تحفظات اور ان کی حقیقت

عبداللہ فاروقی بی بی سی اردو ڈاٹ کام، اسلام آباد پاکستان میں چھٹی خانہ اور مردم شماری کا دوسرا مرحلہ منگل سے شروع ہو گیا ہے۔ اِس مرحلے کے دوران ملک بھر کے 88 اضلاع میں خانہ و مردم شماری کی جائے گی۔ پنجاب اور سندھ کے 21، بلوچستان 17، …

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CPEC portfolio keeps increasing, but does it really add value?

ISLAMABAD:  It was January 2017 and a big day for China as the island nation Sri Lanka handed over the Hambantota deep sea port as well as 15,000 acres of its rich agricultural land to establish a new Chinese-operated industrial zone – in exchange of writing-off its $1.1 billion debt. …

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Net loss: How illegal trawling is hurting fishermen and marine life

Shah Meer Baloch Fishermen in Pasni are furious. They seem ready to do anything to stop private trawlers from fishing in their coastal waters. Niaz Muhammad, an assistant director of the Balochistan Fisheries Department, learnt that the hard way when an angry fisherman slapped him during a protest demonstration on …

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CPEC and Balochistan

Dr Shabir Choudhry From Chinese territory, the CPEC will enter an occupied territory of Gilgit Baltistan, as that is the only land link of Pakistan with China. Is it not interesting that the CPEC enters an occupied territory (Gilgit Baltistan) and ends in another territory, Balochistan, which is also considered …

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The Reko Diq mystery

The final amount of damages payable to TCC in the Reko Diq case may carry serious implications for future development projects in Balochistan By: Adnan Aamir This time Balochistan has appeared in the news not for a brutal terrorist attack but for the controversial mega development project, Reko Diq. On March …

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Successful academic conference held in a politically ‘disowned’ university in Balochistan

By: Adnan Aamir The future of Balochistan depends upon the success of universities imparting education in remote areas of the province such as LUAWMS In modern world, universities play a fundamental role in transforming the lives of people. Establishing and running universities on sustainable basis is part and parcel for human …

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Sleepy Pakistani Village Rises as China’s Gateway to Middle East

Nafisa Hoodbhoy GWADAR, PAKISTAN —  Over the last six months, the skyline over the sleepy fishing city of Gwadar has been transformed by machines that dredge the Arabian Sea and cranes that set up shipping berths in what is projected to become Pakistan’s biggest international port. Infrastructure developments have enabled …

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Every writer is a struggling writer, says Mohammed Hanif

SHAH MEER BALOCH Hanif sheds light on his writing life and ambitions and talks about his new opera about the Bhuttos Mohammed Hanif’s story is an unlikely one. A voracious reader as a child, he grew up in a village in Punjab and then enlisted in the military to experience …

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