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Updated : 3 weeks, 6 days ago IST
'Haq Do Tehreek' (Gwadar Rights Movement) protest movement entered the second month on December 25 and it's getting bigger amid rising tension between the Pakistan Government and the demonstrators, reported Asian Lite International.
Updated : 1 month ago IST
Amid delays in payment to the IPPs, and rising exchange rates, Chinese companies in Pakistan opted for a "go-slow" policy.
Updated : 1 month, 1 week ago IST
A Chinese company has written to the Sindh government that its workers are being threatened by armed persons and has requested security for them, reported Pak vernacular media Intekhab Daily.
Updated : 1 month, 3 weeks ago IST
Pakistan Army was recently sent to Gilgit Baltistan under the pretext of protecting locals but on the contrary, it is actually facilitating the Chinese in the over-exploitation of natural resources and this is causing anger among the locals, reported IFFRAS.
Updated : 2 months ago IST
Pakistan's National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra)'s chief, Tauseef Farooqui warned that the tunnel of the Neelum-Jhelum hydroelectricity project might collapse at any time and the consequences could be disastrous.
Maulana Hidayatur Rehman Baloch, who led the Gwadar rights movement, has threatened to close the Gwadar port if the demands agreed upon by the provincial government are not fulfilled.
China on Monday conveyed to Pakistan that huge unpaid power bills are forcing the drying up of Chinese funding to other Pak power projects.
Updated : 2 months, 1 week ago IST
Numerous protesters carried out a protest rally in the port city of Gwadar on Sunday and threatened to block China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) if the demands to ban illegal trawling in Gwadar and eliminate unnecessary checkpoints, among several other issues are not met.
Updated : 2 months, 2 weeks ago IST
Pakistan's balancing act between the West and China has been quite dubious, with the country giving assurance to both sides of commitment to their respective interests in the region.
Updated : 2 months, 3 weeks ago IST
Amid the growing concerns over the safety and security of Chinese nationals working on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects, Pakistan and China on Sunday agreed to use bullet-proof vehicles for all outdoor movement of Chinese workers.
This follows the recent surge in targeted attacks on Chinese nationals in Pakistan by Sindh and ethnic Baloch rebels. In the wake of increasing attacks, Beijing has expressed concerns about the inadequate security measures by Islamabad.
Shehbaz Sharif Wednesday held a meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping that focussed on expanding cooperation on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Both leaders discussed broad-based cooperation in the economy and exchanged views on regional and global developments.