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CPEC, OBOR way for new geopolitical environment in Asia January 9, 2017      Imtiaz Rafi Butt “Higher than the mountains, deeper than the oceans, stronger than steel, dearer than eyesight and sweeter than honey”, these are the words that have been spoken time and again commemorating the prestigious alliance between the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and the Peoples Republic of China. As unusual as it sounds, today, it is a reality that is set to shape the future of Asia, if not the Global order. Pakistan and China relations have now come of age. All the doubts and reluctance stand cleared. On 30th November, 2016, a consignment worth 500 tones of goods left Kunming in China for Karachi as part of the direct rail and sea freight service and a100 containers have already left from Gwadar to Europe . This is part of the USD 46 billion investment plan between Pakistan and China as part of CPEC. If China succeeds in its initiative, Pakistan and its influence in reg

CPEC: An olive branch to India The CPEC does not promote terrorism rather terrorism is a threat to the CPEC and the political voice inside the Indian-Held Kashmir verifies this claim   By:    Dr Ahmad Rashid Malik 09-Jan-17 On 12 December, The Times of India published an interview of the Hurriyat leader from the Indian-Held Kashmir, Mirwaiz Farooq, who said that Kashmir could a gateway to India joining the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). He highly appreciated the CPEC and said that “in terms of larger economic activity, everybody wants to be part of the CPEC.” He elaborated further by saying that the CPEC “is an opportunity for Jammu & Kashmir also to be part of the old Silk Route, once again”. “We can be part of the CPEC, even before the resolution of Kashmir issue and become a part of Central Asian discourse rather than Couth Asian discourse.’, he pointed out. He concluded by saying that “Kashmir can be gateway for India

Six nabbed Baloch civilian gunned down

Six nabbed Baloch civilian gunned down and over dozen were abducted including Baloch women and children during Pakistan's military offensives in Dera Bugti: NASEERABAD: Pakistani forces have gunned down six nabbed Baloch civilians and whisked away over twenty Baloch civilians during Dera Bugti military offensives on Sunday. Pakistani paramilitary forces backed by gunship helicopters barged in Uch, Sui and Naseerabad adjoining of Dera Bugti in past three days and continued a fierce military operation. They brutally massacred six Baloch civilians in cold blood after they were nabbed and made to stand in line before shooting them dead. The victims have been identified as: 1. Rehan s/o Lashaar Bugti 2. Gull Mohammad s/o Yaqoub Bugti 3. Qado s/o Gahnra Bugti 4. Ghafoor s/o Sawali Bugti 5. Mewa s/o Pahr Din Bugti 6. Pahlo s/o Bari Bugti Over ten Baloch civilians have got serious injuries as pakistani forces blitzed Uch area of Dera Bugti. During military offensives pakistani

Picture of the day: Dr.Allah Nazar Baloch

Baloch nationalist leader Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch, somewhere in mountains of Balochistan leading the nation from hilltops. Latest Picture 🌼🌼🌼🌼🌼🌼🌼🌼🌼🌼🌼🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌾🌾🌾🌾🌾🌾🌾🌾🌾🌾🌾🌾🌾🌾🌾

CPEC Joke of the day

CPEC joke  Khuzdar university's vice chancellor, Mohammad Amin, said he hoped CPEC could bring investment and jobs , because the city's location four hours' drive from Quetta had made it difficult to attract even faculty at the school. " No one is coming because there is no infrastructure here as yet," Amin said of the university. " We will offer any PhD who accepts a job here a brand new Toyota Corolla and a 100 per cent pay increase "

Baloch in Bollywood: Omani singer Haitham Baluch

Baluchi People from Oman in world Bollywood , singer Haitham Baluch was in Indja. Click to watch Very sad that only Pakistani Punjabi Artists dominate. Bollywood. Now we need to change the course. BALOCH brothers and sisters welcome to India. Kick Punjabi Artists sponsored by ISI and Dawood mafia out of Bollywood There is lot of talent in Baloch people . Their music and songs will be akin to tones of Rajasthani and other Lok sangeet. Instead of just Punjabi focused , Bollywood should include other parts of Sub continent .