Pakistan and Kazakhstan Look to Increase
The DiplomatPakistan and Kazakhstan Look to Increase CooperationThe DiplomatFor Kazakhstan, increased connectivity with Pakistan, including via CPEC, would help its goods find their way to warm water ports in Gwadar and Karachi—for a landlocked state like Kazakhstan, whose economic fortunes are tied closely to Russia, this ...Pakistan keen to establish energy, trade corridors with CARs: NawazDaily TimesPosted by Parvez JabriBusiness Recorder (press release) (blog)Stable Afghanistan vital for regional growth: PMThe Express TribuneLa prensaall 220 news articles »
Posted on 26 August 2015 | 1:16 pm
China's Billion-Dollar Gateway To The
ForbesChina's Billion-Dollar Gateway To The Subcontinent: Pakistan May Be Opening A ...Forbes... China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), first proposed in 2013, is a massive project of rail links, special economic zones, dry ports and other infrastructure projects across Pakistan allowing for direct access to the Indian Ocean. It would ...China lauds Pakistan's role for peace and developmentPakistan Todayall 26 news articles »
Posted on 26 August 2015 | 6:23 am
Hand grenade attack in Gwadar kills two -
Pakistan TodayHand grenade attack in Gwadar kills twoPakistan Today... Killed Lahore Lhc Mqm Musharraf Nato Nawaz New Obama Pakistan PM PML-N Police Power Ppp Protest Pti Punjab Says Sc Security Shahbaz Sindh Syria Taliban US Violence Zardari · Pakistan Today · National; Hand grenade attack in Gwadar kills two.and more »
Posted on 24 August 2015 | 2:29 pm
Future of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
The NationFuture of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor bleak?Daily News & AnalysisThe sources say that Pakistan has lost face in the matter is of no consequence to China, and it is more than obvious that Beijing won't countenance the possibility of a likely American presence at the strategically important Gwadar Port. Pakistan ...2281 acre land acquired for free trade zone in GwadarThe Nationall 12 news articles »
Posted on 20 August 2015 | 9:04 pm
Navy conducts security exercise to protect
PakistanHeraldNavy conducts security exercise to protect GwadarPakistanHeraldKARACHI – In order to check efficacy of security mechanism in place for the protection of the Gwadar port and associated infrastructure against any terrorist venture, the Pakistan Navy conducted coastal security exercise – Tahaffuz-e-Sahil. In this ...Submarines, ships, aircrafts participate in 'Tahaffuz-e-Sahil' exercisesDunyaNews Pakistanall 4 news articles »
Posted on 15 August 2015 | 9:16 am
PCG apprehends illegal immigrants
Pakistan Coast Guards (PCG) officials apprehended illegal immigrants including Afghan nationals from Nalient near Gwadar. Pakistan Coast Guards (PCG) officials apprehended 47 illegal immigrants including 39 Afghan nationals during spot checking at ...
Posted on 17 August 2015 | 10:00 am
Becoming a Maritime Power? – The First
Port in Gwadar, Pakistan. Many international media observers have zealously pointed out the “conflict” between China’s new overseas base strategy with China’s non-interventionist principles. However, overseas basing is not necessarily incompatible ...
Posted on 8 August 2015 | 6:00 am
What’s It Like to Have China Build You a
Chinese projects in Colombo, Sri Lanka, and Gwadar, Pakistan (all associated with the MSR) are equally ambitious. The multi-layered nature of these projects should put to rest the idea that they are primarily intended as to accommodate future PLA Navy ...
Posted on 26 February 2015 | 7:19 pm
Latest Piracy Analysis from OPINTEL
The latest US Maritime OPINTEL analysis and weekly report that follows covers ... approximately 40 nm southeast of Gwadar, Pakistan. The pirates reportedly chased for up to four hours. The vessel took evasive measures as outlined in BMP 4, reported the ...
Posted on 9 March 2014 | 6:00 pm
People Have Already Managed to Litter on
Last week a deadly earthquake gave birth to an island, a massive pile of rock and mud jutting up from the ocean off the coast of Gwadar, Pakistan. The initial reports of the island’s sudden arrival were, understandably, tinged with surprise and confusion.
Posted on 2 October 2013 | 3:09 am