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Zehri offers special incentives to Chinese investors

Zehri offers special incentives to Chinese investors

QUETTA: Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Sana­ullah Zehri has stressed the need for using latest technology and equipment in the pro­posed coal-based power pla­nts in the coastal areas of Ga­­dani and Gwadar for the protection of the environment. Mr Zehri along with federal Minister for Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal is on a visit to China these days. During his visit to the offices of a thermal power company and steel mill in Tianjin, Mr Zehri said that there were many investment opportunities in Balochistan. Official sources said here on Thursday…

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Inzamam unfit as chief selector, Viv should be head coach: Qadir

Coach for Pakistan is waste of money Qadir

LAHORE: Accusing the high-ups of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) running the game like politicians, legendary leg-spinner Abdul Qadir has raised serious questions over new appointments, especially that of chief selector Inzamamul-Haq, and observed that if a coach is essential for the Pakistan team then Sir Vivian Richards should be considered because of his brilliant skills and influence in world cricket. “The PCB is playing the same game which our politicians play to hoodwink public and divert their attention towards other things after every blunder or tragedy,” said Qadir while…

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Russia launches first rocket from new facility

Russia launches first rocket from new facility

VOSTOCHNY: Russia’s new Vostochny cosmodrome hosted its first rocket launch on Thursday, the Roscosmos space agency said, after a last-minute delay a day earlier led to President Vladimir Putin criticising the programme’s officials. The Soyuz 2.1a rocket carrying three satellites took off at 11.01 am local time, the national space agency said in a statement, after the countdown was automatically halted for technical reasons 24 hours previously. “The rocket launch was carried out successfully. All three satellites are now in orbit,” Roscosmos said in a statement. Russian television showed the…

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Italy claims uncovering plot to attack Rome, Vatican

Italy claims uncovering plot to attack Rome, Vatican

MILAN: Italian police issued arrest warrants on Thursday for six people suspected of conspiring to join the militant Islamic State, and court documents said three of them had been discussing possible attacks on the Vatican and the Israeli embassy in Rome. Four of the suspects – a couple living near Lake Como, a 23-year-old-man and a woman, all of them Moroccans – were detained on Thursday, Milan’s prosecutor told a news conference. The other two – a Moroccan man and his Italian wife – left Italy last year, travelled to…

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Accountability’ strains tense civil-military equation

Accountability’ strains tense civil-military equation

Following Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif’s call for across-the-board accountability, the complex civil-military relationship is in the spotlight once again. The well-timed dismissal of six army officers – including one Lt-General and a Major-General – on charges of corruption, is being seen by many defence and political analysts as a move directed at pressuring the civilian side to act. The military’s checkmate move came after the release of the Panama Papers, which revealed that the prime minister’s three children – two sons and a daughter — own offshore…

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US Army names first female infantry officer

US Army names first female infantry officer

WASHINGTON: Captain Kristen Griest became the United States (US) Army’s first female infantry officer this week, the Army said, in a milestone for the US military as it opens up combat roles for women. Griest was one of two women who made history last year after becoming one of the first female soldiers to pass the Army’s gruelling course to qualify for the elite Rangers unit. Earlier this month, the Army said it had approved requests from more than 20 women to enter the infantry and armour branches, both of…

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US lawmakers question Pakistan’s policies

US lawmakers question Pakistan’s policies

WASHINGTON: Several members of the US Congress launched on Wednesday a multi-pronged attack on Pakistan, questioning its policies and priorities. Pakistan had to bear this humiliation for the $742 million that the Obama administration has proposed for the country in the next fiscal year. The lawmakers suggested using this money somewhere else. Two US officials, Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Olson and US Agency for International Development’s Donald Sampler, made feeble attempts to defend the proposed aid but they could not match the angry legislators. Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen,…

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Seminaries boom in absence of govt checks

Seminaries boom in absence of govt checks

ISLAMABAD: While the government’s plan to streamline the registration and monitoring of religious seminaries appears to be a pipe dream, the number of madressahs in the country, as well as the number of students enrolled in them, has been on the rise. Even though seminary boards offer different reasons for the growing number of students and institutions in the country, the administrators of all five mainstream seminary boards believe that a lack of a clear policy was augmenting negative growth as well. “The government is not doing anything, but it…

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PPP leaders not named in JIT report on Uzair Baloch

PPP leaders not named in JIT report on Uzair Baloch

KARACHI: No senior politician belonging to the Pakistan Peoples Party has been named in the final joint investigation team (JIT) report of Uzair Jan Baloch, the head of the banned People’s Amn Committee, following a row between the Sindh Rangers and police over incorporating in the document certain disclosures that the Lyari gangster made in the custody of the paramilitary force, it emerged on Thursday. Sources said that ‘some disputed points’ between the Rangers and police had caused a delay in the finalisation of the JIT report. However, a senior…

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