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Prof. Jan Jamaldini was symbol of peace, struggle

QUETTA: Renowned thinker, researcher and literary figure of Balochistan, Professor Abdul Jan Jamaldini was a symbol of peace and struggle if we follow in his footsteps we could form an educated and prosperous society. Speakers expressed these views in a seminar organized by Zind Academy in Nushki the other day …

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Pak Army Chief, Afghan president meet in Kabul, discuss regional security

In an attempt to bridge the growing trust deficit between the two neighbouring countries, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited Kabul on Sunday to hold discussions with Afghan authorities. During a meeting with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, matters of regional security and counter-terrorism efforts were discussed, Tolo …

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How Iran tries to control news coverage by foreign-based journalists

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns attempts by the Iranian judicial system and intelligence services to influence the Persian-language sections of international media outlets by putting pressure on Iranian journalists based abroad and on their families still in Iran. How do the Iranian intelligence services pressure Iranian journalists who are working …

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Iran and Iraq to hold joint border drills

Military exercises to take place near Iran’s border with Iraqi Kurdish region in response to ‘illegitimate’ referendum. The Iranian and Iraqi armies will hold joint drills at several crossings on Iran’s border with the autonomous Iraqi Kurdish region, according to officials. The announcement on Saturday came amid rising tensions in the …

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The CPEC plan for Pakistan’s digital future

KARACHI: A radical overhaul of Pakistan’s communications framework appears to be on the cards — or at least that is what Beijing and Islamabad have envisioned under their Long Term Plan (LTP) for the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. A closer examination of the LTP document obtained in June by Dawn reveals intentions for …

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US interior secretary hints at economic war on Iran

US Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says Washington is now better placed to use its “economic dominance” to cut Iran’s oil revenues. American companies have been jacking up shale oil production since President Donald Trump walked away from the Paris climate treaty. US ability to extract energy from vast shale formations has put the country on …

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Pakistan incomplete without Balochistan: Pak army chief

ISLAMABAD: Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa has said that the youth of Balochistan should not be misled by anti-state propaganda being spread by certain elements from abroad with the support of hostile foreign agencies. While interacting with a group of 173 students and faculty members …

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Iran’s Kurds are growing restless, too

A referendum held by Iraqi Kurds is revving up their Iranian cousins THE Kurds of Iran are calling for independence just as lustily as their cousins in Iraq, perhaps even more so. While the mood in the streets of Iraq’s Kurdish cities was generally subdued and nervous after their referendum …

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بلوچستان کے اجتماعی مفادات کے حصول کیلئے جدوجہد کر رہے ہیں، جہانزیب جمالدینی

کوئٹہ: بلوچستان نیشنل پارٹی کے مرکزی سیکرٹری ج ل سینیٹر ڈاکٹر جہانزیب جمالدینی نے اپنے بیان میں کہا ہے کہ پارٹی قومی جمہوری سیاسی و نظریاتی قوت ہے اس حوالے سے بلوچستان کے قومی جملہ مسائل کے حل کیلئے ہمہ وقت ثابت قدمی کے ساتھ عوام کے اجتماعی مفادات کے …

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WHY THE CHINA-PAKISTAN ECONOMIC CORRIDOR WILL WORSEN TENSIONS IN SOUTHERN ASIA

DANIEL MARKEY SEPTEMBER 28, 2017 Editor’s Note: This is the ninth installment of “Southern (Dis)Comfort,” a new series from War on the Rocks and the Stimson Center. The series seeks to unpack the dynamics of intensifying competition — military, economic, diplomatic — in Southern Asia, principally between China, India, Pakistan, and …

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