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Co-operation with Pakistan, Afghanistan no threat to any third party: China

Beijing: China clarified on Wednesday that its plan to include Afghanistan into the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and a recently held trilateral meeting featuring the three countries does not target a ‘third party’ and that the project will be beneficial for ‘the whole region. The inclusion of Afghanistan into CPEC, …

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PM Abbasi inaugurates Hazara Motorway

Islamabad: while inaugurating the Burhan-Shah Maqsood section of Hazara Motorway on Wednesday Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said political decisions should not be made in courts. The government will complete its Constitutional tenure and the PML-N will return to power after July 15 elections, he added. The 47-kilometre segment, which …

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Gwadar Port will be fully operational next month: Hasil Barzanjo

Islamabad: Minister for Maritime Affairs Hasil Khan Bizenjo on Monday has said that Gwadar port will start its full commercial operation from next month as all the development works have been completed, Radio Pakistan reported. the Minister said that it is a prime responsibility of the government and the people …

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US, India hold similar views on Kashmir dispute, says NSA Janjua

ISLAMABAD: National Security Adviser Lt Gen (retd) Nasir Janjua said on Monday the United States of America is following Indian policy on the longstanding Kashmir dispute. Speaking at a National Security Policy Seminar, Janjua lamented that despite Pakistan giving the most human and economic sacrifices in the war against terrorism, …

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Pakistan, China share common vision of peaceful neighbourhood: PM Abassi

Islamabad: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Tuesday said Pakistan and China share the vision of a peaceful neighbourhood and would continue to work together for the development and progress of the both Nations. Talking to Chinese Assistant Foreign Minister Kong Xuanyou who led a delegation here at the PM …

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