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Gwadar Port: China’s Midday Robbery

thumbnail imageThe Pakistani government has finally decided to take away the control of the Gwadar Port from the Port of Singapore Authority (P.S.A.) and hand it over to China. On Monday, President Asif Ali Zardari formally presided over a signing ceremony of handing over the Gwadar port to China Overseas Ports Holding Company Limited.

Hyrbyair Marri: China should not be party to disputes between the Baloch and Pakistan

thumbnail imageIn a statement issued from London, Baloch leader Hyrbyair Marri said China should not act as a partner in crime with Pakistan to exploit Baloch national wealth.

For many children of Balochistan, attending school is not an option

thumbnail imageA damning report on the state of education in Balochistan, Pakistan’s most deprived province, has revealed that 34.1% of children aged between six and 16 are not enrolled in schools. During the cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, the challenging multi-billion dollar Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline was approved, while a deal transferring the management of the Gwadar port from Singapore to China was also given the go-ahead.

Ready, set, start project!: Reko Diq to yield hefty profit for Balochistan

thumbnail imageThe federal cabinet used one of its final meetings to make some key decisions with potentially far-reaching implications for Islamabad’s ties with Washington. During the cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, the challenging multi-billion dollar Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline was approved, while a deal transferring the management of the Gwadar port from Singapore to China was also given the go-ahead.

Too little too late?: Gwadar port transfer to China wins cabinet nod

thumbnail image The federal cabinet used one of its final meetings to make some key decisions with potentially far-reaching implications for Islamabad’s ties with Washington. During the cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, the challenging multi-billion dollar Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline was approved, while a deal transferring the management of the Gwadar port from Singapore to China was also given the go-ahead.

Chagi mining: SC questions legal basis for TCCP operations

thumbnail imageChief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry on Thursday asked the counsel representing Tethyan Copper Company (TCCP), under which laws was the organisation engaging in mining business in Pakistan without being incorporated as a company.

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