Iran and India's Road to Afghanistan -
Moneycontrol.comIran and India's Road to AfghanistanCarnegie Endowment for International PeaceTehran saw the Gwadar project as undermining Iran's position as the gateway to Central Asia and decided to develop Chabahar, which is located not too far to the West from Gwadar. Delhi, which long chafed at Pakistan's refusal to provide overland access ...India Approves Plan to Develop Iran's Chabahar PortFars News AgencyCabinet approves Iran port projectThe Hinduall 47 news articles »
Posted on 21 October 2014 | 9:29 am
Amid apprehensions: CDWP clears Rs26.6b
The Express TribuneAmid apprehensions: CDWP clears Rs26.6b airport project in GwadarThe Express TribuneThe projects tabled for the CDWP consideration included three schemes of Gwadar, valuing Rs37.5 billion and five projects of Pakistan Railways worth Rs79.2 billion. But the body approved six schemes and cleared another two for final approval of Ecnec.CDWP approves six projects worth over Rs 5.694 billionBusiness Recorderall 3 news articles »
Posted on 20 October 2014 | 11:51 pm
A New Start for Afghanistan: 5 Massive
The National Interest OnlineA New Start for Afghanistan: 5 Massive Challenges That Will Decide Its FutureThe National Interest OnlinePresident Ghani calculates that China's interest in Afghanistan's mineral resources, its broader geopolitical and economic interests in Central Asia, the Middle East and the use of Pakistan Gwadar port will lead Beijing to invest in Afghan roads ...and more »
Posted on 19 October 2014 | 7:16 pm
Pakistan government wants peace within and
DAWN.comPakistan government wants peace within and outside borders: Nawaz SharifFinancial ExpressSharif said that Pakistan was going through defining moments of history as its armed forces were combating and eradicating the menace of extremism and terrorism from its soil. He said the government was actively working to make the Gwadar port, located ...Regional peace vital for socio-economic gains: NawazDaily TimesWe want peace but no compromise on sovereignty: PMThe News InternationalUpdated 11 days agoDAWN.comInternational News Networkall 128 news articles »
Posted on 17 October 2014 | 6:27 am
China to invest in gas pipeline, LNG project
DAWN.comChina to invest in gas pipeline, LNG projectDAWN.comOn Oct 2, the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of the cabinet had approved 'fast track' construction of 710km Gwadar to Nawabshah gas pipeline and LNG terminal at Gwadar port as an alternate plan to facilitate Iran-Pakistan pipeline and transport ...Geopolitical climate casts dark shadow over IP projectBusiness RecorderGovt to ensure uninterrupted gas supply to domestic sector in winterPakTribune.comall 8 news articles »
Posted on 14 October 2014 | 6:45 pm
Sri Lanka Is Too Big To Fall
In response China is building a blue water navy, investing billions of dollars on the String of Pearls strategy [SOP] of building ports in Hambantota, Gwadar [Pakistan], Bangladesh and Myanmar to protect China`s sea route from China to Africa and Middle East.
Posted on 20 October 2014 | 5:29 am
Hashish smuggling attempt foiled
GWADAR: Pakistan Coast Guard seized 294kg of fine quality hashish from a Pasni coastal area on Wednesday night. The drug was meant to be smuggled to some foreign country. Sources said on Thursday that a pick-up laden with hashish had been confiscated.
Posted on 3 October 2014 | 12:01 am
China’s Growing Military Pressure Against
Gwadar, Pakistan; Chittagong, Bangladesh; Hambantota, Sri Lanka; the Maldives; and Seychelles have all seen a growth in such Chinese investments over the past decade. Although much of this has been portrayed as an effort at encircling, even isolating India ...
Posted on 30 September 2014 | 6:00 pm
Here's Some Close-Up Photos Of That Island
Tuesday, following a 7.7 magnitude earthquake, there were reports that a small island had emerged off the coast of Gwadar, Pakistan. Despite initial scepticism from some quarters, the evidence seems to suggest it’s real.
Posted on 25 September 2013 | 4:24 pm
How Did the Pakistan Earthquake Create a Mud
On Tuesday, a 7.7-magnitude earthquake struck a remote part of western Pakistan, killing more than 260 people and displacing hundreds of thousands. It also triggered formation of a new island off the coast, which has quickly become a global curiosity.
Posted on 25 September 2013 | 3:47 pm