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Net loss: How illegal trawling is hurting fishermen and marine life

Shah Meer Baloch Fishermen in Pasni are furious. They seem ready to do anything to stop private trawlers from fishing in their coastal waters. Niaz Muhammad, an assistant director of the Balochistan Fisheries Department, learnt that the hard way when an angry fisherman slapped him during a protest demonstration on …

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CPEC and Balochistan

Dr Shabir Choudhry From Chinese territory, the CPEC will enter an occupied territory of Gilgit Baltistan, as that is the only land link of Pakistan with China. Is it not interesting that the CPEC enters an occupied territory (Gilgit Baltistan) and ends in another territory, Balochistan, which is also considered …

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The Reko Diq mystery

The final amount of damages payable to TCC in the Reko Diq case may carry serious implications for future development projects in Balochistan By: Adnan Aamir This time Balochistan has appeared in the news not for a brutal terrorist attack but for the controversial mega development project, Reko Diq. On March …

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Successful academic conference held in a politically ‘disowned’ university in Balochistan

By: Adnan Aamir The future of Balochistan depends upon the success of universities imparting education in remote areas of the province such as LUAWMS In modern world, universities play a fundamental role in transforming the lives of people. Establishing and running universities on sustainable basis is part and parcel for human …

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Sleepy Pakistani Village Rises as China’s Gateway to Middle East

Nafisa Hoodbhoy GWADAR, PAKISTAN —  Over the last six months, the skyline over the sleepy fishing city of Gwadar has been transformed by machines that dredge the Arabian Sea and cranes that set up shipping berths in what is projected to become Pakistan’s biggest international port. Infrastructure developments have enabled …

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Every writer is a struggling writer, says Mohammed Hanif

SHAH MEER BALOCH Hanif sheds light on his writing life and ambitions and talks about his new opera about the Bhuttos Mohammed Hanif’s story is an unlikely one. A voracious reader as a child, he grew up in a village in Punjab and then enlisted in the military to experience …

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Mummies discovered in ancient tomb near Egypt´s Luxor

AFP LUXOR: Egyptian archaeologists have unearthed several mummies, colourful wooden sarcophagi and more than 1,000 funerary statues in a 3,500-year-old tomb near the city of Luxor hailed as an “important discovery”. Antiquities officials had initially said six mummies along with partial remains were discovered near the southern city, but said …

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Most major Western leaders to skip China’s New Silk Road summit

REUTERS Only one leader of a big Western country is attending China’s most important diplomatic event of the year, a summit next month on Chinese President Xi Jinping’s New Silk Road strategy, as China’s foreign minister denied it had been snubbed. Xi has championed what China formally calls the “One …

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Was Qadhafi the son of a French pilot?

ZAFAR MASUD  THIS may sound a bit fanciful but also an amusing story to the others, but if you happen to be in Corsica you’ll be surprised to discover everyone here has a firm conviction that the late Libyan dictator Colonel Muammar Qadhafi was the son of a French pilot …

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محمد بیگ بیگَل ءِ بیرانی

۱۲ اپریل ۲۰۱۷ ءَ ماں کراچی ءَ بیران بوت آئی ءِ بیرانی اے حاترا تورناک انت کہ آ بلوچی لبزانک ءَ دل پہکیں ءُُ سگ ءُُ اوپاری ندکارے ات ،ندکارے ءِ درچ ءَ آئی ءِ گورا وتارا پیش دارگ ءُُ وت گلاہی وڑیں عیب نیست ات کہ بلوچی ندکارانی زنڈیں …

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