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CPEC: An In-depth Analysis

CPEC: An In-depth Analysis

Abdul Baseer Khan China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), worth of $46 billion projects, was signed between Pakistan and China in April 2015. The CPEC consists of several projects of Roads, Highways, Expressways and Motorway, Freight Train service, Energy projects, Solar, Windmill and Hydropower, fiber optics and Infrastructure. Besides this, in this economic corridor, there are plans to establish Special Economic Zones ...

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Port has not made any Difference for People of Gwadar: BNP Women Wing

Port has not made any Difference for People of Gwadar: BNP Women Wing

Mariyam Suleman Baloch Gwadar – Gwadar port has not made any difference in the lives of common people of Gwadar, said the members of Women wing of Balochistan National Party (BNP). Organizers of Women wing of BNP, who are on a visit to Makran region, conducted a press conference at the residence of Mir Hammal Kalmati, Member of Provincial Assembly ...

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Restoring Peace in Balochistan

Restoring Peace in Balochistan

Shahzada Zulfiqar Government’s efforts of carrying out targeted and information based operations against the militants, across Balochistan, and offering general amnesty to Baloch fighters have yielded some results in form of restoring relative peace in the province. Under the National Action Plan (NAP), the government in consultation with military high ups of the province drew a road map for peace ...

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‘Rising Balochistan’ Seminar Held in Quetta

‘Rising Balochistan’ Seminar Held in Quetta

Adnan Aamir Quetta – Rising Balochistan seminar was held in Serena Hotel Quetta, on Thursday. Seminar was organized by the Balochistan chapter of Alumni Association of National Security Workshop (AAN) with the support of Balochistan government. Governor of Balochistan, Muhammad Khan Achakzai was the chief guest of the seminar and delivered the opening address about how Balochistan is developing and ...

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Balochistan: Short-Term Interests Precede Over Long-Term Development Goals

Balochistan: Short-Term Interests Precede Over Long-Term Development Goals

Safiullah Shahwani The 46 billion dollar Pakistan-China Economic Corridor promises progress in the long run that Balochistan, Pakistan’s southwestern province, has always struggled for. But for now, it is the short term needs that weigh heavy on the minds of people and politicians in the province. “Clean drinking water is not available to the people of Gwadar and their lands are ...

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We are Disappointed on Report of Judicial Commission: Jehanzeb Jamaldini

We are Disappointed on Report of Judicial Commission: Jehanzeb Jamaldini

Quetta – Acting organizer of Balochistan National Party (BNP), Senator Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini expressed his disappointment on report of judicial commission to probe election rigging. Addressing a press conference in Quetta Press Club on Thursday evening, Senator Jamaldini alleged that systematic rigging was conducted to defeat BNP in 2013 elections. “Dynamics of election rigging in Balochistan were different from Punjab ...

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An Open Letter From Gwadar

An Open Letter From Gwadar

Riffat Wahab Baloch Leaders of federal and Balochistan Government, Gwadar, situated on the south Western Arabian Sea coastline of Pakistan has achieved the status of an international city. Gwadar is the tipping point of all the mega projects that would be started in Pakistan under $46 billion China-Pakistan economic corridor (CPEC). These mega projects are positive thing for Gwadar as ...

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Interview: Fully Operational Gwadar Port Under Chinese Control Upsets Key Regional Players

Interview: Fully Operational Gwadar Port Under Chinese Control Upsets Key Regional Players

Interview by Adnan Aamir Syed Fazl-e-Haider is a development analyst and a freelance columnist based in Pakistan. Areas of his expertise include Pakistan-China economic ties, Balochistan economy and Gwadar Port. He is the author of many books including “Economic Development of Balochistan”, which has been recommended at Ph.D and post-graduate level in two universities of Balochistan in the syllabi of ...

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CPEC: The Way Forward

CPEC: The Way Forward

Adnan Aamir On May 28, all political parties of Pakistan reached a consensus on the route of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CEPC) in the All Parties Conference (APC). Although it’s good news but it comes as a big surprise because the federal government didn’t concede anything major to win over the support of political parties of Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP). ...

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The CPEC Controversy

The CPEC Controversy

Adnan Aamir On May 16, an all-parties conference (APC) was conducted under the auspices of the Awami National Party in Quetta. All the major political parties of Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa attended the conference. The participants urged the restoration of the old (original) route of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). In the same conference, participants reiterated that they appreciated the ...

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