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Pakistan took all steps to complete CPEC: Foreign Office

ISLAMABAD -UNS: Pakistan has said that it has taken all necessary measures to complete China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project successfully. In a weekly briefing, Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria said today that CPEC was a development and connectivity project meant for the welfare of the entire region. The spokesman said normalization …

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PM performs groundbreaking of Pak-China optic fiber project

GILGIT -UNS – Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has performed groundbreaking of Pakistan-China Optical Fiber Cable Project in Gilgit today (Thursday). Federal Ministers Birjees Tahir and Anusha Rehman are accompanying the Prime Minister. The $44 million project, a part of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), will be completed in two years. …

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PM lays foundation of Pakistan-China optical fiber cable project in Gilgit Tomorrow

BY HAMZA KHAN GILGIT: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will perform the ground breaking of Pakistan-China Optical Fiber Cable Project, part of the CPEC. Pak- China Optical Fiber Cable project, costing 44 million dollars will be completed in two years. The newly elected members of Gilgit Baltistan Council will take oath …

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Pakistan hosts meeting on reviving Afghan Taliban talks

BY IFTIKHAR  MASHWANI ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Wednesday hosted a new four-nation meeting aimed at reviving long- stalled direct peace talks between the Afghan government and Taliban insurgents, officials said. The latest meeting of representatives from Afghanistan, the United States, China and Pakistan comes days after Afghan authorities hanged six Taliban-linked …

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ACADEMIA, INDUSTRY GAP BE FILLED FOR RAPID PROGRESS, SAY EXPERTS

ISLAMABAD-UNS- Government is focused on improvement in the sectors of power, security and regional trade and a well devised policy has resulted in positive development as industry is being provided load-shedding free power supply, said Minister of state for Privatization, Muhammad Zubair on Tuesday. At a two-day 5th international moot …

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Ahsan calls for political stability for growth and development

BY MONA KHAN ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister Planning, Development & Reform Ahsan Iqbal today said that political instability and inconsistency in policies, poor investment in infrastructure, wrong economic policies and disjointed governance cost dearly in the past. We will not let mistakes of the past to be repeated. Pakistan’s Vision-2025 has …

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CPEC will benefit entire region: DG ISPR

RAWALPINDI -UNS– Director General (DG) Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR) Lieutenant General Asim Bajwa attended a press conference on Tuesday and said that Chief Of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif’s made a successful visit to China. Army Chief s meeting with chinese political and military was productive and comprehensive, he …

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Pakistan, China working closely to promote regional peace

BEIJING -UNS : Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif Tuesday met Chinese civilian and military leadership in Beijing to discuss regional security and common challenges. The COAS, who is on a two-day official visit to China, met Chinese PM, Vice Chairman of Central Military Commission, Chief of General Staff …

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Pakistan to export 100,000 tonnes of mangoes this season

ISLAMABAD-UNS : Pakistan will export 100,000 tonnes of mango worth US$ 75 million in this season, ARY News reported on Tuesday. Pakistan Fruit Exporters Association has announced beginning of the exports from May 20. The country had not met the previous export target due to around 40% fall in mango …

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Pakistan to host meeting on reviving Afghan Taliban talks

ISLAMABAD -UNS : Pakistan will on Wednesday host a new round of four-nation Afghan peace talks aimed at reviving long-stalled negotiations with the Taliban, a foreign office official said. The group comprising Afghanistan, the United States, China and Pakistan has been attempting since January to restart the nascent peace process. …

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