NHA Issues Ban On Opening Filling Stations On CPEC Projects

Islamabad: National Highway Authority (NHA) placed a ban on opening new filling stations both petrol and CNG on national highways and motorways irking top mandarins of Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources. The petroleum ministry thinks that the ban would make authorities concerned and investors

Pakistan Power Plant To Get Coal Terminal By Chinese Companies

Chinese Harbour Engineering (CHEC) and China Power International Development (CPID) both signed contracts for constructing a coal terminal which will be a thermal power plant in Balochistan. Both these companies are independent producers and they would invest up to 2.4 billion dollars. The project would

US not Happy Over Growing Ties between China and Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry has said that Pakistan’s growing strategic partnership with China is the bone of contention in its ties with the United States. Chaudhry said, while briefing a joint meeting of Senate’s standing committees on foreign affairs and defence on Monday, the

CPEC to Get Foolproof Security, Senate told

ISLAMABAD – Minister of State for Interior Baleeghur Rehman while speaking at senate in response to the calling attention notices moved by other members said that arrangements will be made to provide foolproof security to the China Pakistan Economic corridor project (CPEC). He said 22

Job Opportunities Would Be Created Through CPEC

Islamabad: An expert on China Pakistan Economic Corridor, Dr. Azhar Ahmad that unemployment would decrease within the country since CPEC would create more jobs. It was also said that CPEC would be a game changer and it would change the fate of the country. Pakistan

CPEC to Change Fate of Region: Qaisar

The Speaker Khyber Pakhtunkhawa Provincial Assembly, Asad Qaisar has said that China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a project to change fate of the region. He said this while speaking at a seminar regarding China Pakistan Economic Corridor in Peshawar on Thursday. He ensured the participants

Balochistan Highway Projects To Resume Work

Islamabad- The case on two crucial highway projects in Balochistan worth 17 billion rupees is dismissed and work will start soon on the highways under China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). The two projects would be financed by the Asian Development bank (ADB) and would complete