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Most important Gilgit Baltistan, but people have no value in the eyes of China, Pakistan and India

Both India and Pakistan have joint Strategy to blackout Human Rights Violation of PoGB (Pakistan Occupied Gilgit Baltistan) I am sorry to say that the world  Media either ignorant or intentionally neglect the grave Human Rights issue of  PoGB (Pakistan Occupied Gilgit Baltistan). BNF leaders and workers who demand for freedom and opposed CPEC were arrested and tortured by JIT (Joint Investigation Team for 20 days and then imposed terrorism charges. Pakistan  media and Media in PoGB and PoK are totally under the control of ISI and have no courage to utter a single words without its permission. The only media Kargil International and Daily Baangeshar were banned and Banagesahar Chief Editor is in the Jail framing him terrorist, because he dare to write the grave human rights situation of PoGB, which is terrorism in the unwritten books of occupation regime of Pakistan. Indian media only mentions PoK and Balochistan but not PoGB (Pakistan occupied Gilgit Baltistan) in its rare news. When

Pakistan is Terrorizing Indigenous People of a neglected constitutional part of India

Date: March 15 th 2017 His Excellency Mr. Narendra Modi Prime Minister of India New Delhi Sub:  Pakistan is Terrorizing Indigenous People of a neglected constitutional part of India I have the honour to submit some chilling facts about the atrocities committed by Pakistani regime against 2 million indigenous people of a neglected constitutional part of India, Pakistan occupied Gilgit Baltistan. Political activists and religious persons and students of Pakistan occupied Gilgit Baltistan (PoGB) who do not comply with ISI’s dictation have been framed under anti-Terrorist act of Schedule 4. But the real terrorists who bomb and kill innocent civilians in Shrines, Mosques, Roadways and other places are free to roam. It’s no secret that Hafiz Saeed, the head of Lashkar-e-Toiba who has been banned by the UN, is a highly respected terrorist in Pakistan. This is clearly shown by the fact that he has been awarded a de-facto status like that of a king by keeping him in his house under tight

42 civilians abducted by Security Forces in different areas of Balochistan  by hakkpaan ,  March 21, 2017 On March 20, 2017, Pakistan Military abducted 42 persons in multiple military operations in different areas of Balochistan. According to reports, Pakistani military launched a massive house-to-house search operation in  Darkop area of Gichk district Panjgur, Balochistan on Monday morning. Mohammed Ayoub was abducted along with two of his sons, Saddam and Haneef. Other civilians abducted in this Military operation, include Mir Jan Bakhtiyar, Omet Honak, Abdulrehman Omar, Mohammed yar Sher Mohammed and washdil Diljan. 60 years old Bahram Usman was abducted by security forces in Pannodi area of Dasht, district Kech and Hammal Anwar from Malant area of Tump, district Kech. Akram Washdil 21 years old student, Akram washdil was abducted along with another student, Bilal Imam Bakhsh from Absar area of Turbat, distrcit Kech, while Shokat (mistri) Wahid Bakhs

Competition From China Reduced Innovation In US – Analysis China's flag. Source: Wikipedia Commons. BY  VOXEU.ORG  MARCH 23, 2017 The discussion of the decline in US manufacturing during the 2016 presidential election campaign largely focused on job losses. This column examines the effects of Chinese import competition on another metric for the health of the US manufacturing sector – innovation. Firms whose industries were exposed to a greater surge of Chinese import competition from 1991 to 2007 experienced a significant decline in their patent output as well as their R&D expenditures. While politicians’ ‘obsession’ with manufacturing is primarily due to job losses, an accompanying reduction in innovation may well affect economic growth in the longer term. By David Autor, David Dorn, Gordon Hanson, Gary P. Pisano and Pian Shu* The decline of the US manufacturing sector played such a prominent topic in the 2016 presidential election cam

Pakistan: CPEC - A “game-changer” or another “East India Company”? 21 March by  Abdul Khaliq     Gwadar, Pakistan - The heart of CPEC (China-Pakistan Economic Corridor) - (CC - Flickr - mairadeeb) China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a big business proposition with huge Chinese investments spreading over 15 years having a total outlay of up to $46 billion: $35 billion on the energy sector in the mode of IPPs (independent Power Producers) and $ 11 billion for infrastructure development; like industrial zones roads and railways etc. A good part of these investment projects comprises loans from Chinese banks, whose details are still not public, generating fears of further indebtness of already loan-riddled Pakistan. Construction of 3,218 km long route from Chinese province of Kashgar to Pakistani port of Gawadar , is seen as hallmark of this CPEC project. Through this shorter route, Chinese goods will have easier access to the Middle East, Africa and beyond. Currently these goods have to

CPEC— game-changer for world trade March 23, 2017      Situationer M. Ziauddin When completed the China Pakistan EconomicCorridor (CPEC) is anticipated not only to be a game changer for Pakistan and China but also for world trade. However, the US is still looking at the CPEC as an early sign of the beginning of the end of its global hegemony on the economic front. Japan is worried that with the completion of CPEC any competitive edge that it currently has in world markets over China would simply disappear as while the physical distance between China and its markets would shorten by as much as 9,000km, its cost of producing exportable surpluses would as a consequence come down steeply. India, on the other hand, is worried about the safety and security of its oil supplies that pass through the Strait of Hormuz at the mouth of which is located Gwadar, the entre-port of CPEC and where New Delhi fears in due course of time China will set up a Naval Base. India

CPEC super critical power plant highlights China’s green development goals By Xiao Xin Source:Global Times Published: 2017/3/23 0:18:39 Pakistan's power woes are set to be considerably eased, thanks to China's efforts in building a large coal-fired plant in the country that is stricken with chronic power shortfalls.  More worth noting is that the power complex - the first energy project under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), an essential component of the grand One Belt and One Road initiative - is based on state-of-the-art super critical technology, the latest example of China's increased attention on green development both domestically and in overseas markets.  It will be a huge wakeup call for those who tend to find fault with China's overseas projects and harbor suspicions as to whether China actually intends to relocate its polluting sunset industries to countries and regions along the Belt and Road route. Those making such remarks should reassess before rushing to any groundl

Checkered into debt and bankruptcy Updated: March 22, 2017 21:30 IST | G PARTHASARATHY President Mahinda Rajapakse of Sri Lanka evidently believed that China was a 21st century incarnation of Santa Claus. He turned to China to convert his constituency into a ‘South Asian Singapore’ by encouraging the Chinese to invest heavily in projects ranging from the Hambantota port to a power plant, an airport, a cricket stadium and a sports complex, while later demanding land for an industrial park. As things turned out, hardly any ships visited Hambantota. Hardly any aircraft landed at the airport. The cricket stadium and sports complex remained unused. There were hardly any consumers for the power generated. The Sri Lankan government also faced riots while seeking to acquire land for a Chinese industrial park to produce Chinese products for export. Caught in a bind Unable to repay its debts to China, Sri La

New Delhi’s CPEC conundrum File photo: J&K Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti in New Delhi Shares1   HARSH V PANT  | Thu, 23 Mar 2017-08:05am , DNA Joining the CPEC, as proposed by Mehbooba Mufti, cannot be done without weighing India’s long-term interests In a significant though controversial policy intervention, Jammy and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti last week came out in support of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), saying it is time to “move beyond border skirmishes” to be partners in economic growth. She said that “J&K could become a corridor of economic activity in the region and the country could take huge benefit of the economic activities going on across the Line of Control. Why can’t we be partners in economic growth and share the benefits of projects like the CPEC?” In the past too, Mufti has commented on this. She has suggested the need for building a corridor between South Asia and Central Asia wit

Reko Diq project: Balochistan likely to pay $350m in out-of-court settlement March 23, 2017 Reko Diq project dispute with TCC ISLAMABAD: Balochistan government on Wednesday claimed that Tethyan Copper Company (TCC) had agreed to out of court settlement and now both sides were busy in finalising compensation figures after scrapping deal of the company for working at Reko Diq project. “We are in negotiation with TCC for amicable settlement. We have already agreed to out of court settlement with them. Now currently both sides are finalising figures for compensation for the TCC and this issue will be resolved soon,” Chief Minister Balochistan’s spokesman Jan Achakzai said while talking to The News on phone on Wednesday. Earlier, Federal Minister for Finance Ishaq Dar told this corrrespondent that Balochistan’s chief minister and attorney general (AG) were handling this issue and could give you appropriate response on this subject. When Ministry of Law and Just

Pakistan now on the road to progress Arab News |  Published —  Thursday 23 March 2017 Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan,Nawaz Sharif March 23 is an unforgettable day of our national history. The Muslims of South Asia were striving for an identity since long but they did not have any destination before them. It was this day, which converged our vision, not only for a destination but we were also able to achieve that goal, Pakistan. Allama Iqbal’s address in Allahabad, though, had given us a vision, but national consensus was reached on March 23, 1940. This day reminds us the fact that a nation with an unwavering commitment and a devoted and sincere leadership, can achieve apparently unattainable goals. The creation of Pakistan was not only an assurance of stability in South Asia, but it also emerged as a ray of hope for those people of the region, who were deprived of equal opportunities in united India and attempts were made to wipe out their cultura

Hyrbyair Marri expresses sympathy with victims of London terror attack

LONDON: The pro-freedom Baloch leader Hyrbyair Marri has expressed his sympathy with the families of the victims of London terror attack on Wednesday, and said that the entire world is at risk of religious madness and terrorism. “ The epicenter of such religious extremism are countries like Pakistan,” he said, adding that The Baloch nation understands and feels the pain of the victims of the London attack because Baloch people are also victims of state terrorism in Pakistan. It [Pakistan] has been indiscriminately using F16s, Gunship helicopters and tanks to kill and terrorise the Baloch nation from many years. Mr Marri said that Pakistan is a grave danger to world peace because wherever in the world terrorist attacks occur, the traces of those attacks lead to Pakistan and certain Arab countries. Terrorists and their actions and intentions are the same, but they use different mediums in different countries. However, when they carried out terrorist attacks in Britain, Germany, France