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Indian propaganda targeting sub-nationalists

National Zahoor Khan Marwat December 07, 2020 Pakistan has been facing the Indian propaganda on various fronts. The main target these days are the people of Balochistan, who are being incited to rebel. In this regard, the Indian intelligence... Share Next Story >>> Pakistan has been facing the Indian propaganda on various fronts. The main target these days are the people of Balochistan, who are being incited to rebel. In this regard, the Indian intelligence agency RAW has launched web radio/podcasts for online listening to spear its propaganda campaign. According to general definition, podcast is an audio programme of any format, just like talk radio but can be of any length and is online. Called internet radio station, online radio station, net radio, or web radio, it is an audio stream, which is generally streamed over the Internet. It can be of five minutes to several hours long. They cover topics which are not usually covered by radio talk shows – rather controversial -- b

Balochistan’s vegetables, fruits — great potential for export to China

National INP December 07, 2020 ISLAMABAD: The vegetables and fruits of Balochistan have great potential for export to China, says a report carried by Gwadar Pro on Sunday.Baluchistan produces major vegetables and some other... Share Next Story >>> ISLAMABAD: The vegetables and fruits of Balochistan have great potential for export to China, says a report carried by Gwadar Pro on Sunday. Baluchistan produces major vegetables and some other fruits like Cherry at national level to earn the title of being “fruit basket of Pakistan”. According to the report, although it is sparsely populated, Balochistan is the largest production base for apples, apricots, almonds, plums, pomegranates grapes, etc in Pakistan. Liaquat Shahwani, Spokesperson government of Balochistan told Gwadar Pro that the establishment of a date processing unit at Panjgur is expected to undergo implementation shortly. This intervention will add value to the commodity which is grown largely in the area but growers a

Changing colours of CPEC

A military takeover of the China-Pakistan economic corridor means a tighter embrace between both countries and mightier concerns for India       By  Author Shruti Sarma   |   Published:  6th Dec 2020   12:29 am The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is set to see significant governance changes. These changes could not only impact the pace of the massive project, it could change the power dynamics in Pakistan with China and the Pakistan military tangoing to sidestep the country’s civilian government. Recently, a parliamentary committee gave the go-ahead for the China Pakistan Economic Corridor Authority (Amendment) Bill, 2020. Pakistan’s Parliament is likely to vote on it this month. The Bill intends to cut out Pakistan’s Planning Commission, which has served as the country’s chief economic policy development body since the 1950s, as the administrative authority of CPEC division and bring it directly under the supervision of the Prime Minister. In fact, the military had already tak