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Pak-China diplomatic, economic relations at new heights in PMLN Govt: Dr Naushad PESHAWAR: Chairman, Department of Pakistan Studies, Islamia College Peshawar, Dr Naushad Khan said Monday that ever growing Pakistan and China diplomatic and economic relations have touched new heights of friendship during tenure of PMLN Government and this relations would further grow under China Pakistan Economic Corridor Project (CPEC) between the two brotherly countries.No doubt that the diplomatic and economic relations between Pakistan and China has touched new horizon of friendship and enhanced cooperation under the leadership of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and Chinese President Xi Jinping.The $46 billion Chinese investment under CPEC has clearly reflected the Beijing's confidence in the economic policies of PMLN Government, he told APP.While, commenting on the completion of 65 years of Pak-China diplomatic relations, Dr Naushad who is an expert on CPEC and Pak-China diplomatic relations said this era was an age of globalization and communication connectivity based on economic cooperation and those nations ...

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District management to submit report on drone attack soon: Spokesman QUTTA: The Spokesman for Balochistan government on Monday said it was reviewing all aspects of drone attack on a vehicle in Mall area of Noshki district and the district management would soon submit its report to the provincial government.In a statement issued here, the spokesman said that immediately, the provincial government could not issue any statement over the incident.A team of the district management and the Special Branch was engaged in finding out the facts ...

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Clash over paltry issue leaves two brothers, wives dead ISLAMABAD: Clash between two brothers over paltry issue left them dead along with their wives in Nowshera.According to Station House Officer (SHO) Sardar Ali and Sangeen Khan were brothers and opened fire seeing their children quarrel, reported a private news channel.Two woman among five persons lost their lives while one was severely wounded in the incident.The bodies and the injured were shifted to Mian Rashid Memorial Hospital.Copyright APP (Associated Press of Pakistan), 2016 ...

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Police to perform security duty along with polio teams FAISALABAD: City Police Officer (CPO) Afzaal Kausar has deputed 1,702 police officials and officers for security duty along with polio teams during a three-day anti-polio drive here.A police spokesman Amir Waheed said Monday that the health department planned to start polio drive from May 23 to 25.Therefore, the CPO appointed 1,702 police officials including 11 Inspectors, 33 Sub-Inspectors, 161 Assistant Sub-Inspectors, 173 Head-Constables and 1,324 constables for security duty.These police personnel will remain along with ...

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CPEC to strengthen Pakistan economy: Tahira ISLAMABAD: Leader of PML-N, Tahira Bukhari Monday said China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would be helpful to strengthen Pakistan's economy.Talking to a private news channel, she said the civil and military leadership was on same page and Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif categorically stated that the Pakistan Army would provide foolproof security to this project.She pointed out that Pak-China friendship was spread over decades and it was developed soon after the creation ...

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CPEC project to bring economic prosperity in Pakistan: Chairman BOI ISLAMABAD: Chairman, Board of Investment (BOI) Dr. Miftah Ismail has said that China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project was a gift for Pakistan and it would bring economic prosperity in the country.While talking to Radio Pakistan, he termed the CPEC, a gigantic milestone in the history of Pak-China relations which would help a lot to meet energy shortage in Pakistan.CPEC project would provide a shortest way to China to reach Arabian Sea, whereas it would ...

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Institute to be set- up to treat infertility: Ebad KARACHI: Sindh Governor Dr.Ishrat-ul-Ebad Khan has said that an institute would be established in public sector to treat married couples for various signs of infertility and resolve their problems regarding capability of reproduction. The Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS) would soon take steps in this regard. This he said while addressing a gathering arranged by Australian Infertility Medical Centre for the couples treated at the centre, and their children.Senior Minister Education and Literacy Nisar ...