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Indefinite strike against abduction of Baloch activist by Pak Rangers

http :// ANI | Karachi [Pakistan] Oct 29, 2017 08:09 PM IST The Baloch Human Rights Organisation (BHRO) is observing an indefinite hunger strike against the abduction of human rights activist Nawaz Ata Baloch by Pakistani rangers. The protestors urged all the human rights activists to join the hunger strike camp and raise voice for the safe recovery of Nawaz Ata Baloch. The strike started on Sunday outside the Karachi Press Club (KPC). Baloch Human Rights Organization's (BHRO) activists during a press conference in Karachi Press Club said that Baloch Human Rights Organisation's Information Secretary, Nawaz Atta Baloch's home was raided by Pakistani rangers and plain clothed personnel abducted him along with eight other minors and his relatives from Gulistan-e-Johar, Karachi. They alleged that women were also severely tortured and injured

BLF announces reconsideration of policies amid “escalation in Pakistani brutalities” October 30, 2017      Baloch Liberation Front (BLF), an armed organisation headed by famous Baloch leader Dr. Allah Nazar, has announced reconsideration of few of its policies. The spokesman of the organisation, Guharam Baloch, in a statement released here on Sunday said: “to counter escalation in Pakistani state brutalities inflicted on Baloch populace, the BLF is considering bringing changes in few of its policies”. “Continuous violence on Baloch women and abduction of children and women have made it necessary for Baloch armed organisations to change their policies. Abduction of 9-year-old child from Karachi by Pakistani security forces is a distressing incident, against which every Baloch organisation should act, Guharam Baloch said while talking to media outlets. Guharam Baloch was referring to abduction of at least 9 Baloch students from Karachi on eve of Frid

Socio-Legal Imperatives For CPEC

" by Jahanziab Durrani ,kachkol ali baloch After reading the article " Socio-Legal Imperatives For CPEC" by Jahanziab Durrani.  It can be concluded that the article is meaningless and lacks the most vital issue concerning the CPEC, where the focus-point of the author has mainly been CPEC, where its epic-centre is Gwader. The baloch has been in war with Pakistan and China regarding the construction of port and CPEC, particularly road network. Baloch is severely resisting against CPEC, the reason is the fact that many villages in vicinity of CPEC from Gwader to Awaran have been dismantled and destroyed and hundreds of baloch innocents have been enforced disappeared and wilfully killed. Half a million of indigenous baloch population were forcefully transferred and deported  from their villages. The project is launched against the will and consent of indigenous baloch peoples and stands against Article 1(i & ii) of International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultura

US speaks out against Xi Jinping's OBOR, but is India ready to face China? The Baloch people – the modern-day David – are fighting a lonely battle against two Goliaths.    29-10-2017 AHMAR MUSTIKHAN   @ mustikhan --- Total Shares Even after Washington expressed complete support for New Delhi against what some describe Chinese President Xi Jinping's neo-imperial plan to put the entire world under Beijing's ambitious One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative, doubts remain if India is willing to confront China. The Pakistan part of this dubious drum beat is called China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) — worth $62 billion and built with the aim of connecting Kashgar in China's Xinjiang Autonomous Region to Gwadar port in Pakistan-occupied Balochistan. “In a globalised world, there are many belts and many roads and no one nation should put itself into a position of dictating 'one belt, one road',” US secretary of defence General Jim “Mad Dog” Mattis  to

Former Apprentice contestant secures major international contract BREAKING NEWS 06 October 2017 By Matthew Lane      The Apprentice is now back on our screens, but one of its former candidates – Zeeshaan Shah from series 9 – is trying to prove that ‘he's the one that got away’ by securing a major international property contract. ONE Investments, the international property investment company owned by Shah, has been appointed as Global Master Sales & Marketing Agents by investment house China Pak Investment Corporation. As a result, ONE Investments will now be responsible for the 3.6 million square foot International Port City project in the city of Gwadar, Pakistan. The project, the first of its kind, will be a ‘$150 million gated master community’ designed to house the anticipated 500,000 incoming Chinese professionals expected in Gwadar by 2022. The development, expected to be renamed China Pak Hills when i

500,000 Chinese professionals due in Gwadar by 2023 October 26, 2017 ISLAMABAD: A leading Chinese investment company has announced to invest $500 million in Gwadar in the first phase of project aimed at building homes for around 500,000 Chinese professionals expected to locate there by 2023. The China Pak Investment Corporation (CPIC) announced partnership with Top International Engineering Corporation (TIEC), a Chinese state owned company with over $100 billion worth of projects delivered since 1950, to develop China Pak Hills the first Chinese built Master-Community in Gwadar, said a report. The ceremony was attended by China Pak Investment Corporation officials Jian Zheng, Chief Operations Officer Dawei Li, spokesperson Stuart Reid, chief operating officer of One Investments, architect Vladimir Tchaly; legal consultant Moshiur Mian and Syed Zeeshaan Shah, the Chief Executive Officer of One Investments and former Apprentice Star, in London. Jian Zheng of China P

Govt warns public against investing in company, ChinaPakHills October 23, 2017 By: Samaa Web Desk Published in  Economy   Be the first to comment! ISLAMABAD: The federal government Monday warned public at large not to pay heed to rumours about a heavy investment allegedly made by a Chinese in the Real Estate business in Gwadar, asking the investors not to invest in any company that might be involved in massive fraud. In an official statement, the spokesman of Ministry of Planning, Development and Reform cautioned public at large not to pay heed towards an alleged investment of US$ 500 million in Gwadar’s real estate business under the name of ‘China Pak Hills’. A propos news item “Chinese company invests $500m in Gwadar residential project” published in a section of press has claimed that China Pak Hills has invested US$ 500 million in Gwadar’s real estate business. It is to put on record t