International

High-Tech Zone Of Weifang: A Glimpse Into Developed China

Adnan Aamir Weifang the Kite capital of the world is also home to a state of the art high-tech zone which provides a glimpse into development of China. Located in Shandong province of China, High-Tech zone of Weifang was established in 1992 by Chinese government in a bid to promote technology-driven economic production in the country. In 2015, High-tech zone ...

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Qingzhou: Muslim Populace Living Harmoniously With Han Community

Adnan Aamir Qingzhou – Not known to the watchful eyes of Global media, Muslim population in Qingzhou city of China is living in Peace and Harmony with Han community. The common perception dominating mainstream media out of China is that Muslims are a suppressed community in China. During his visit to Qingzhou, reporter of The Balochsitan Point found this perception ...

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Booming Kite Industry Of Weifang

Adnan Aamir Weifang – Weifang city located in Shandong province of China has a booming Kite industry, learnt The Balochistan Point. Dubbed as Kite capital of the world, Weifang is the largest producer of kites in the world. Meicun Village situated in Fangzi district of Weifang is the largest Kite producing Village in China with 87 Kite production factories. Entire ...

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Fly-Dubai Commences Direct Flights From Quetta To Dubai

Quetta – Fly-Dubai Airlines commenced its international flight operations from Quetta on Thursday. Flight operations of Fly-Dubai were inaugurated by Governor of Balochistan, Mohammad Khan Achakzai at Quetta International Airport. Speaking at the occasion Governor Balochistan said that “Commencement of international flights from Quetta would give boost to trade and people would have direct access to Arab Countries and air ...

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Globalization And Neo-Liberalism

Sheikh Naqeebullah Background and Genesis “Globalization”, if to be understood from post-modernist’s lens, is not much distinct in nuance to “Colonization”, and bears a very comprehendible interpretation that is “Inter-Dependence” among states over the globe. An academic insight by “Postmodernists” and “Neo-Marxists” was to deconstruct the “Discourse” of Globalization, a very nascent phenomenon, and trace the legacy of colonization. We ...

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Nazism And Contemporary Democracy: Two Names Same Ideology

Haroon Shah David Irving, the writer of Hitler’s Wars, faced deportation from Australia because he tried to counter the mainstream narrative: Hitler, authoritarian and anti-Semitic, was the sole architect behind the pogroms and carnages targeted against Jews, named Holocaust. He denied this. It must be noted that it was the democratic setup of governmental system in Australia that manifested that ...

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Letter: Role Of Pakistan In Yemen Conflict

Pakistan’s foreign policy is inherently no-interventionist. Yet it has always been unequivocal in its political, diplomatic and humanitarian support for Muslims in Palestine, Kashmir and recently in Yemen. Saudi Arabia is a brotherly Muslim country with an immutable religious reverence, therefore its call for helps needs to be considered with utmost sincerity. This is what our civilian and military leadership ...

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Future Of Kurds In Iraq

Junaid Jamali No entity, group, nation or state whatever the basis for its creation or existence can have priority over the intrinsic rights of the people it integrates to itself for supposedly higher and noble aims. Imposition of languages, culture, ethics and values however lofty in the eyes of the imposer cannot be justified on any grounds be they religious, ...

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Letter: The Dignity of Labour

In the late 19th Century, 1 May was chosen as international Workers’ day as well Labours day by the Socialists of the Second International to commemorate the Haymarket affair in Chicago. International Workers Day means many things to us. For most, it means a day off from work. 1 May actually has a long historical tradition about the worker that ...

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8 Soldiers Of Iran Killed Near Balochistan Border

Tehran – 8 soldiers of Iran have been killed near Balochistan border, according to reports of IRNA news agency on Tuesday. According to sources of IRNA, Iranian soldiers were allegedly killed by armed men who had entered Iran from Pakistan. “Armed terrorists entered Iran from Pakistan and clashed with border guards, killing eight soldiers before fleeing back to Pakistan,” Ali ...

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