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Martyr Rahmdil Baloch was affiliated with BNM for twelve years.

Current Balochistan Date:  7 Mar 2020 Author:  Admin 0 The spokesperson of the Baloch National Movement (BNM) paid tribute to martyred Rahmdil Baloch, saying that Shaheed Rahmdil Baloch was a senior and sincere activist of the BNM. He was the caretaker president of BNM Kech region. He was martyred in Western Balochistan. Shaheed Rahmdil Baloch started his political journey with BNM in 2008. He, along with party leaders like Shaheed Razzaq Gul, Shaheed Suleman Baloch, played a significant role in making the party active in areas like Kech, Kolwa and Gorkop. The spokesman said that in this war of truth and falsehood, BNM’s comrades have made many sacrifices. They are still adhering to this philosophy, standing like a wall in front of the enemy and continuing the struggle for the independence of Balochistan. The sacrifice of BNM, martyrdom and enduring tortures in secret cells epitome of courage and bravery of Baloch.He said that Shaheed Rahmdil Baloch was a resident of Sami, Kech distric

China-Pakistan corridor: when the Belt and Road is a 'road to nowhere

Asia ' by Emanuele Scimia Only a third of the projects to link between Xinjiang and Gwadar port have been completed. Corruption and security problems in Pakistan are threatening the initiative. Beijing is turning off the tap after being hit the coronavirus and the trade war with the US. About US0 billion have been invested so far in the BRI. Last year saw a net drop. Non-Chinese investors are wary of Xi Jinping's real intentions. Rome (AsiaNews) – Almost seven years after it was established, the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has become a “road to nowhere”. The planned US billion initiative, part of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) designed to increase China’s economic power, was expected to connect Xinjiang, in north-western China, to the Pakistani port of Gwadar, on the Arabian Sea. It originally included a seaport, roads, railways, pipelines, fibre optics, factories and an airport, but less than one-third of the announced CPEC