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Balochistan CM urges estranged leaders to return home The Newspaper's Staff Correspondent Updated April 02, 2018 QUETTA: Chief Minister of Balochistan Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo speaks at a condolence reference for journalist Siddiq Baloch here on Sunday.—INP QUETTA: Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo has urged the self-exiled and disgruntled Baloch leaders to come back to the country to play their role in the development of the province. Speaking at a condolence reference for late journalist Siddiq Baloch, which was organised by the Balochi Adabi Academy on Sunday evening at the Quetta Press Club, Mr Bizenjo said it was time to eliminate hatred and bring people closer to each other. He claimed that he and his colleagues had jointly brought about political change in Balochistan in the larger interest of its people who were facing problems that had been ignored by the previous government and its coalition partners. “Our opponents termed our struggle a conspiracy, but we succeeded

‘CPEC flagship project of OBOR’ ‘CPEC flagship project of OBOR’ Islamabad : The Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission, Sartaj Aziz, said that the ‘China-Pakistan Economic Corridor’ (CPEC), connecting Gwadar with Kashgar is the ‘flagship project’ of the ‘One Belt One Road’ (OBOR) vision of the Chinese President Xi Jinping. Sartaj Aziz, who had served the country as the Foreign Minister and the Finance Minister in the past, was speaking as the guest of honor at a dinner reception hosted by the President of the English Speaking Union (ESU) Islamabad Chapter, Khalid Malik at his residence. He said that that while Pakistan will benefit from CPEC, the whole world will benefit from the vision of the Chinese President Xi Jinping that is aimed at allowing the other nations to connect and benefit from OBOR. “Pakistan has already started enjoying the instant positive impact of CPEC, particularly in the power and infrastructure sector. There is a lot

Overseas Pakistani Baloch Unity" (OPBU) launched to confront & expose so-called Baloch Independence Movement

Organisation with the name of "Overseas Pakistani Baloch Unity" (OPBU) launched to confront & expose so-called Baloch Independence Movement across the world :-    An event was organised in Moscow, Russian Federation by Dr Jumma Khan Marri alongwith his supporters to launch their organisation " OPBU " under the slogan of "United We Stand, Divided We Fall". The event was also attended by different segments of Pakistani community residing in Moscow to show their solidarity and support. Dr Jumma Marri briefed the audience regarding manifesto, structure and relevant details of his organisation, which has been also uploaded on organisation's recently activated website During his speech Dr Juma Marri reiterated that OPBU will resolve all the issues of innocent / misguided Baloch on political asylum abroad, for bringing them back to mainstream Pakistan. He said that they will also confront & expose all Indian

ABU DHABI PORTS STRENGTHENS CHINA TRADE LINKS Abdulla Al Hameli, Executive Vice President, Corporate Support, Abu Dhabi Ports and Zhou Guangyao, Representative of the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade for the GCC region signing the new MOU agreement Building further on a number of important deals with Chinese interests signed over the past year, that aim to position the emirate as a primary regional hub for the Far East giant’s trade and investment, Abu Dhabi Ports has signed a new agreement, this time with the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade. It is expected that this latest initiative will create a framework within which Chinese companies can explore commercial opportunities in investing in both Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (Kizad) and Khalifa Port Free Trade Zone (KPFTZ). In the past 12 months, Abu Dhabi Ports has signed a 50-year agreement with Jiangsu province in China, bringing AED 1.1 billion