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Pak exploiting scope of uranium enrichment in Gilgit

Beijing News 18 Sep 2021
Earlier, there were reports that Pakistan has given a free hand to Chinese mining companies to plunder natural resources in Gilgit Baltistan. There are reports that over 2,000 leases for mining of gold, uranium and molybdenum have been illegally awarded to Chinese firms by the Pakistan government in occupied Gilgit Baltistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
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Pakistan exploiting scope of uranium enrichment in Gilgit Baltistan, activists raise concern

The Times of India 18 Sep 2021
Earlier, there were reports that Pakistan has given a free hand to Chinese mining companies to plunder natural resources in Gilgit Baltistan. There are reports that over 2,000 leases for mining of gold, uranium and molybdenum have been illegally awarded to Chinese firms by the Pakistan government in occupied Gilgit Baltistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
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Some foreign environments beckon in familiar nearby places

Stars and Stripes 17 Sep 2021
Visiting urban environments transformed by the presence of immigrants and ex-pats can add a touch of the exotic to any city break ... Japan in Düsseldorf ... Turkey in Berlin ... Caribbean culture in London ... A once-prosperous industrial area that had fallen into decay got a new lease on life with the arrival of immigrants from India, Pakistan and other lands ... .
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First of 2 Airbus A320s acquired by PIA arrives in Islamabad

Dawn 15 Sep 2021
One of the two Airbus A320 aircraft the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) had acquired on dry lease from the Bank of Utah, the US, landed at Islamabad International Airport on Tuesday morning ... The spokesman said PIA had floated tender for acquisition of aircraft on lease.
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First of two Airbus A320s acquired by PIA arrives in Islamabad

Dawn 15 Sep 2021
One of the two Airbus A320 aircraft the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) had acquired on dry lease from the Bank of Utah, the US, landed at Islamabad International Airport on Tuesday morning ... The spokesman said PIA had floated tender for acquisition of aircraft on lease.
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PIA adds two new airplanes to its fleet

The Wire 14 Sep 2021
The Pakistan International Airline has decided to acquire two new airplanes on lease ... The second plane will reach Pakistan within this week too ... Pakistan’s national flag carrier was the only commercial airline that was ...
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‘Revolutionary step to modernise centuries-old patwar system’

The News International 13 Sep 2021
Moreover, this project will enable the government of Pakistan to retrieve encroached land ... The project of the ETPB was assigned to the Survey of Pakistan which would be completed within one year with the cost of Rs28 million ... ‘Value-added production necessary for industrial growth of Pakistan’.
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PPP accused of misleading people on island project

Dawn 11 Sep 2021
Around Rs5bn has been provided for development of the Dhabeji Special Economic Zone, which is part of CPEC [China Pakistan Economic Corridor] and 1,500 acres of the Pakistan Steel Mills land has been leased for new national industrial park which would be completed at a cost of Rs7bn.”.
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Osama bin Laden changed history on 9/11, but not in the ways he expected

CNN 11 Sep 2021
(CNN)Who could have predicted that in the two decades following the 9/11 attacks, the United States would wage various kinds of military operations in seven Muslim countries -- in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Pakistan, Somalia, Syria and Yemen -- at the cost of at least $6 trillion and more than ?.
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China Prepares For A New Era In South Asia After Taliban Takeover

Beijing News 08 Sep 2021
The August 20 attack in Gwadar was claimed by the Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) and marked the third attack against Chinese in Pakistan in two months ... A security guard stands outside a ship at the port of Gwadar, which has been leased to a Chinese corporation by the Pakistani government.
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‘End of anarchy’: Why is China warming up to the Taliban? What experts say

Hindustan Times 08 Sep 2021
According to experts, one of the aims of China is to capture the Bagram airfield, which is also possible through Pakistan ... China can also do this through Pakistan ... Similarly in Myanmar, China radar and other military equipment to the local junta on the Coco Islands, where China reportedly held leasing rights for the last three decades.
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China eyes Bagram airbase to expand influence, embarrass US

Beijing News 08 Sep 2021
In Myanmar, it has provided radio, radar and other military equipment to the local junta on the Coco Islands, an archipelago roughly 250 miles south of Yangon where China has reportedly held leasing rights for the last three decades.
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China eyes Bagram airfield to expand influence, embarrass US, says report

The Times of India 08 Sep 2021
In Myanmar, it has provided radio, radar and other military equipment to the local junta on the Coco Islands, an archipelago roughly 250 miles south of Yangon where China has reportedly held leasing rights for the last three decades.
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Government ensuring rule of law to attract foreign investment, promote tourism: PM

The Wire Network 06 Sep 2021
It will be built on land belonging to Galiyat Development Authority and leased to a local hospitality business. With this project, Hilton is entering Pakistan after more than four decades showing confidence in the government for its friendly policies to attract foreign investment.
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Extremists in Africa emboldened by Taliban’s successes

Independent online (SA) 05 Sep 2021
OPINION ... The Taliban’s takeover after fighting the Americans for two decades in Afghanistan has emboldened militants worldwide, most especially in Africa ... Similarly, the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) which was pushed out of Pakistan in 2014 and regrouped in Afghanistan, now has a new lease on life ... Insider .
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