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!!انسان دوست بلوچ حلقے اور بھارت ۔۔۔

!!انسان دوست بلوچ حلقے اور بھارت ۔۔۔

یہ امر انتہائی اہمیت کا حامل ہے کہ حالیہ ہفتوں میں بلوچستان کے بہت سے حلقوں نے اس امر کا اظہار کیا ہے کہ وہ بھارت کے پھیلائے ہوئے جال میں ہرگز نہیں آئیں گے بلکہ مستقبل میں اپنی ساری توانائیاں پاکستان خصوصاً بلوچستان کی حقیقی فلاح و بہبود کیلئے صرف کرنے کی بھرپور سعی […]

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PAKISTAN AND NUCLEAR POWER: CLOSING THE ENERGY GAP RESPONSIBLY

PAKISTAN AND NUCLEAR POWER: CLOSING THE ENERGY GAP RESPONSIBLY

Speaking in the favor of the peaceful use of nuclear energy, Stephen Hawking once said, “I would like nuclear fusion to become a practical power source. It would provide an inexhaustible supply of energy, without pollution or global warming.” Pakistan’s own pursuit of nuclear energy through fission was underscored two months ago when Prime Minister […]

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CPEC: Macro and Micro Economic Dividends for Pakistan and the Region

CPEC: Macro and Micro Economic Dividends for Pakistan and the Region

Proceedings of the Conference Inaugural Session   President IPRI, Ambassador (R) Sohail Amin, in his welcome address, stated that timing of this Conference is very appropriate, as the government and the people of Pakistan, are very keen to see speedy progress on the CPEC projects. He stated that Pakistan’s strategic location and its power potential […]

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The CPEC

The CPEC

Historically, the very concept of a corridor, has been a cause of development in different parts of the world. In the post-1945 period, European Economic Community was formed (1957). Later, European Union (EU) was created in November 1993. The idea to establish Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ) comprising Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Myanmar under the Greater […]

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Pakistan–Tajikistan relations

Pakistan–Tajikistan relations

The visit of Tajik President Emomali Rahmon in mid-November to Pakistan was a hallmark in Pakistan-Tajikistan bilateral relations. Both the countries have signed multiple agreements of co-operation in the fields of energy, security, trade, defence, culture, infrastructure development and communication. The two sides agreed to increase people-to-people contacts and regular exchange of delegations. Important matters […]

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AIIB: A hope for developing countries

AIIB: A hope for developing countries

As Greece struggles to manage its debt trap, it has already swallowed the humble pie of being a defaulter. Negotiations for a cash-for-reform package between Athens and its creditors broke down over the previous weekend and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Trspras called a surprise referendum to vote on whether to accept further austerity or risk […]

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Dithering Afghanistan

Dithering Afghanistan

As the fighting season peaks in Afghanistan, relics from Karzai era have stepped up their effort to create disjunction in Pak-Afghan joint counter terrorism effort. One rudimentary way is to blame anything that goes wrong in Afghanistan on Pakistan. This strategy has many pluses for its proponents: it reduces public confidence in intra-Afghan reconciliation process; […]

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Tackling the Energy Crisis

Tackling the Energy Crisis

The government had aspirations to provide sustainable and affordable energy and, therefore, it announced a power policy for five years, i.e. the National Energy Policy, 2013-18. The federal government had started various projects on a priority basis to overcome the shortage. The ministry of water and power recovered Rs 5.3 billion from various government departments […]

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