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Infrastructure Development Projects Started Under CPEC

The work on the infrastructure development projects under the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is in full swing. The project also has a motorway between Karachi and Lahore which would be eleven hundred kilometers long. It is said that thirty six billion rupees would be

Game Of Nations And Pakistan

The Gawdar port is some distance away a haven from where 17 million barrels of oil passes and its location is very important for South Asia. Apart from that here are plenty of resources in the region which is Balochistan and even though various strong

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Senate Told Western Route Of CPEC was Being Ignored

Islamabad: Minister of Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal has said to the senate that 35 billion has been allocated for the western route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Opposition has warned the government that CPEC must not be made another “Afghan issue or Punjab-China

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Gawadar Quetta Cargo Service To Be Functional By December

Islamabad: Minister of Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal has said that the Gawadar-Quetta cargo service would now be functional in December. This was revealed while talking about the 2nd interim report on China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) which was presented to the senate by Committee

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The Mighty CPEC Gets only 76 Billion In Budget 2016-17

Islamabad: On Friday the government announced the Fiscal budget 2016-2017 in which 800 billion rupees were announced for the development projects. The China Pakistan Economic Corridor is a multibillion dollar deal but only 76 billion rupees have been allocated to the projects under CPEC. The

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Balochistan To Receive Maximum Benefit From CPEC

Karachi- A seminar was conducted at the Federal Urdu University of Arts, Sciences and Technology (FUUAST) by the department of International Relations where the speakers in the program were Masood Alam, Iqbal Sualeh Muhammad, Nazeer Ahmed Channa, Mehfooz Un Nabi Khan, Dr Syed Wasim Uddin,