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Pakistani Forces were targeted with a IED in Bolan.

06'June 2019 (Current Balochistan) Pakistani security forces had been targeted with a powerful improvised explosive device (IED). According to the sources, a vehicle of Pakistani military forces was targeted by a road side bomb near Shahrag, Harnai by unknown armed men. while they were carrying water for their camps and during this, the attack was carried out by unknown arms. The military vehicle was damaged in the attack, however, the details of losses have not been confirmed yet by our sources. No militants group have claimed responsibility for the attack at the time of filing this report, however, Baloch Liberation Army has been very active in the area in past.


03 JUN 2019 - 12:41     BACK TO OVERVIEW European governments, businesses and other stakeholders have started a serious, strategic debate on the growing role and influence of China in the world, including in Europe. Key issues include European responses to 5G, China’s Belt and Road Initiative, human rights, knowledge security, and industrial and competition policy. The Dutch Government has recently released their China Strategy arguing for:  "Working with China where we can, and safeguarding our own interests and values where we must". By launching the Clingendael China Centre we join our forces in the field of China expertise. Through our analyses, training and public debate we aim to inspire and equip governments, businesses, and civil society on China relations.  Meet our experts .   Inspiring kick-off event The Clingendael China Centre kicked off with an inspiring and interactive programme 'Talking China Strategy' on 3 June. During the day we recei

Difficulties On The Road To China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

5 Jun, 2019   by  Zohaib Sadiq   In its numerous dimensions, China’s Belt and Road Initiative is perceived as the pinnacle of the modern silk road, connecting the fragmented and developing economies of the Asian subcontinent to Western and Arab markets. An intriguing component of this initiative is CPEC, namely China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, connecting Western China (Xinjian) with the Arabian Peninsula and the wider world, through a vast network of largely Chinese-funded infrastructure, rail and energy projects down the spine of the nation of Pakistan, from Northern Punjab down to Karachi and Gwadar Port. Historically, Sino-Pakistani relations favour consistent co-operation and mutual understanding, considering Pakistan made an effort to formalize diplomatic ties with the PRC (People’s Republic of China) in 1950, 3 years after Pakistan’s bloody independence from the British. Despite historically strong ties, China’s rising hegemony provides reasonable ground to argue an economic

Prime Minister Imran appreciates military's 'voluntary' cuts in defence expenditures

Note,: Not a single word about IMF Updated June 05, 2019 File photo of Imran Khan delivering his address to the nation in Islamabad. — Tehreek-e-Insaf via AP Prime Minister Imran Khan revealed on Twitter late Tuesday that the military has agreed to slash the defence budget for the next fiscal year in line with broader austerity measures being introduced by the government. The premier noted that these cuts were agreed to despite "multiple security challenges". He further stated that the money saved would be diverted to aid the development of the merged tribal areas and Balochistan. Imran Khan ✔ @ImranKhanPTI I appreciate Pak Mil's unprecedented voluntary initiative of stringent cuts in their defence expenditures for next FY bec of our critical financial situation, despite multiple security challenges. My govt will spend this money saved on dev of merged tribal areas & Balochistan. 29.5K 11:37 PM - Jun 4, 2019 Twitter Ads info and privacy 8,71