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CPEC – A Gateway to Prosperity

The CPEC will indeed prove to be a gateway to prosperity for both countries – China and Pakistan as well as the region and even beyond. Under the CPEC, China is investing as much as $62 billion in various sectors in Pakistan in a phased manner. Investments under the CPEC …

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Modi’s policies internationalized Kashmir issue

On the first anniversary of India’s unilateral move to scrap the semi-autonomous status of Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan’s prime minister Imran Khan while addressing the legislative assembly of Azad Kashmir on Wednesday, said: “Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a miscalculated decision on August 5 last year, which resulted in …

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The Kashmir Martyrs Day

Youme-e-Shuhadae Kashmir or Kashmir Martyrs Day is being observed today in Pakistan, Azad Kashmir and Indian Held Kashmir. On 13 July 1931, 22 Kashmiri Muslims were martyred by Dogra soldiers outside Sri Nagar jail. The day has special significance, because the movement against Maharaja’s atrocities had started about 90 years …

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Shocking revelations in three JIT reports

The three JIT reports have been released by the Sindh home department concerning Uzair Baloch, the Baldia factory fire incident and former chairman of the Fishermen Cooperative Society Nisar Morai. The debate is raging over these reports and questions are being asked as to why names of top leadership of …

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Pakistan should be appreciated and not punished

After the PIA plan crash in Karachi last month, the government had ordered investigations, and according to preliminary report, the pilot and air traffic control (ATC) were responsible for the plane crash that killed 98 people last month. PIA has grounded pilots even on the slightest suspicion of fake licence. …

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Pakistan rejects Kashmir citizenship for Indians

On Saturday, Pakistan rejected the grant of domicile certificates to thousands of Indian nationals in Muslim-majority Jammu and Kashmir, characterizing it as an attempt to change the demographic structure of the disputed region. Navin Kumar Choudhary, a senior IAS officer from Bihar, has become the first bureaucrat to get domicile …

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Is world conscience completely dead?

On Thursday, India was elected by United Nations (UN) member-countries overwhelmingly rather unanimously for a non-permanent seat to the 15-member UN Security Council (UNSC) for a two year-term. The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA)’s Secretary (West) VikasSwarup told reporters that India would seek streamlining of the process of sanctions against …

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