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بلوچ عوام پسماندگی کی زندگی گزا ررہے ہیں حقوق کی جدو جہد جاری رہی گی، بی این پی

کوئٹہ: بلوچستان نیشنل پارٹی کے رہنماؤں نے کہا کہ آج بھی یہاں کے بلوچ عوام زندگی کے ام تر بنیادی انسانی حقوق سے محروم در بدر اور پس ندگی کی زندگی گزارنے پر مجبور ہے ۔ یہاں کے حکمرانوں نے اسلام ، جمہوریت اور چھوٹے بھائیوں کے نام پر بلوچ …

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چین نے سی پیک مغربی روٹ کی مالی امداد روک دی

ڈان نیوز اسلام آباد: چین نے پاک چین اقتصادی راہداری (سی پیک) کے تحت سڑکوں کے نیٹ کے بعض منصوبوں کی مالی امداد عارضی طور پر روک دی۔ ایک سینئر سرکاری اہلکار نے ڈان کو بتایا کہ چین نے اس حوالے سے فیصلہ کیا ہے کہ بیجنگ سے جاری ہونے …

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UNPO Conference in Washington DC Highlights Implications of CPEC for the People of Gilgit-Baltistan

On 6 December 2017, the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) convened a conference on the impact the so-called China-Pakistan. Economic Corridor (CPEC) has on the people of Gilgit-Baltistan, a region which finds itself in a constitutional limbo for numerous decades. The conference entitled “Gilgit-Baltistan in Focus: The Geopolitics of …

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CPEC’s Chinese workers in Pakistan may be targeted by terrorists, China embassy warns

Thousands of Chinese workers have gone to Pakistan following Beijing`s pledge to spend $57 billion there on projects in “Belt and Road” development plan. BEIJING: China on Friday warned its nationals in Pakistan of plans for a series of imminent “terrorist attacks” on Chinese targets there, an unusual alert as …

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COAS calls for harnessing Balochistan’s human resource

QUETTA:  Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa has called for widening the scope of education at religious seminaries in order to enable students to play a positive and more productive role in society. Addressing a seminar on Human Resource Development—Opportunities and Challenges — in Quetta on Thursday, the …

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Pakistan’s Balochistan Conflict Reverberates In Europe

For years, Baluch separatist leaders have launched media campaigns, organized protests, and lobbied international organizations and governments across Europe to bring attention to what they describe as Pakistani atrocities in their beleaguered homeland. But Islamabad is now retaliating by reaching out to European authorities about the separatists’ alleged involvement in …

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Sheer size of CPEC portfolio appals IMF

ISLAMABAD:  As the overall size of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects grows to $60 billion, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) cautioned Pakistan on Wednesday to be mindful about the adverse implications of repayments of loans and profit repatriations to China. The IMF expressed these concerns during their meetings with …

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Balochistan: 16-year-old Girl Killed in Military Offensive

Since 1 December 2017 Pakistani forces have launched military offensives in the Aswaram district of Balochistan that already caused dozens of casualties. Due to media blockages, the exact number of casualties remains uncertain but local sources report that ten civilians were killed in Mashky, among whom a 16-year-old girl. Several …

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نئے میڈیکل کالجز میں بلوچ پشتون ہزارہ آباد کاروں کو ترجیح دی جائے ،بی این پی

کوئٹہ: بلوچستان نیشنل پارٹی کے مرکزی بیان میں کہا گیا ہے کہ محکمہ زراعت میں گریجویٹ فیلڈ اسسٹنٹ ملازمین جو عرصہ دراز سے ڈیوٹی سر انجام دے رہے ہیں ۔ ان کو ترقی نہ دینا اور لورالائی ، تربت ، خضدار کے میڈیکل کالجز میں ایڈمنسٹریٹرز سمیت دیگر آسامیوں پر …

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Two FC soldiers injured in rocket attacks

QUETTA: Two Paramilitary Force Frontier Corps (FC) soldiers sustained injuries after two rockets fire on their camp in Kharan on Thursday. According to details, unknown persons fired two Rocket-Propelled Grenade (RPG) on Kharan City School where FC soldiers were deployed. As a result of the rocket attack two FC soldiers …

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