HRCP condemns ‘racial profiling’ of Pashtuns by Punjab govt officials

The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) on Monday flayed Punjab government officials for the “apparent racial profiling” and “stereotyping” of Pashtuns in the province as authorities step up a crackdown against militancy after a recent surge in terror attacks across the country. An HRCP press release said administrative officials …

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Block Financial Routes To Terrorists, Terror Finance Watchdog Warns Pakistan

International terror finance watchdog – the Financial Action Task Force – has warned Pakistan, gave the country a three-month deadline to block financial routes to terror organisations Jamaat-ud-Dawa, Jaish-e-Mohammed and their affiliates or face action. Non-compliance of the warning runs the risk of Pakistan being placed in the category of …

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China plans to set up automobile city in Gwadar

ISLAMABAD: China is aiming to set up an automobile city and chemical plant under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in Gwadar. According to sources, work has been initiated by China on these two important projects. Earlier, China had expressed a keen interest in establishing a steel mill in Gwadar. Work on …

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گوادر ماسٹر پلان کیلئے ١٩ ہزار ایکڑ زمین کی ضرورت ، ٨ ارب روپے رکھنے کی تجویز

گوادر ماسٹر پلان کیلئے ١٩ ہزار ایکڑ زمین کی ضرورت ، ٨ ارب روپے رکھنے کی تجویز بشکریہ: ڈیلی انتخاب

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A return to confusion

A return to confusion CYRIL ALMEIDA A VAGUE new operation, a court judgement unknown — the only thing that felt real this week was the fear. Fake bomb, real bomb, Lahore confirmed that anxiety stalks the land again. A nascent trust in the state’s ability to protect has cracked. Let’s …

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Thousands of Afghan Taliban studying in Balochistan: provincial minister

WASHINGTON: Balo­chis­tan’s minister for home and tribal affairs, Sarfaraz Bugti, has told the Voice of America radio that thousands of Afghan Taliban were still studying in seminaries across the province. “There are many seminaries where Afghan Taliban are studying, and many are owned by the Afghan Taliban group,” Bugti told …

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BNP never traded away national interests for petty gains: Akhtar Mengal

KHARAN: President Balochistan National Party (BNP-Mengal) has said that no development is seen in Balochistan following the much trumpeted China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC); however, job opportunities are created in Punjab. He said this while addressing to a large public gathering at Nawab Akbar Bugti Stadium here on Sunday. He said that …

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Soldier injured in cross-border firing, says ISPR

A Pakistan Army soldier was injured in cross-border firing from Afghanistan on Sunday, said the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). The incident took place in the Mangrotai area of South Waziristan Agency. added the statement from the military’s media wing. The injured soldier was airlifted to a medical facility at Wana. …

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CPEC: While Northwest China Enjoys Pakistani Seafood, India Feels Beijing’s Presence

Panos Mourdoukoutas The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is changing life in China’s Northwest Xinjiang Uyghur region, bringing something special to the region: seafood from Pakistan. This little bonus is being shipped by container trucks through the corridor, which currently accounts for 2 percent of the total trade between the two countries; and more goods are expected to …

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