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CPEC route

PAKISTAN CONSIDERS ALTERNATE CPEC ROUTE TO CUT DISTANCE

In a major development, Pakistan is going to consider another major route connecting China under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). The new route would be around 350km shorter than the existing routes via Khunjerab pass. According to documents available, authorities asked the Gilgit-Baltistan’s Works Department to prepare the ‘concept clearance proposal’ for the new route of CPEC. This...

Rashakai SEZ

CHINESE FIRM TO SET UP FIRST STEEL PLANT IN RASHAKAI

STEEL PLANT IN PAKISTAN A Chinese iron and steel conglomerate has become the first foreign enterprise to establish its plant in the Rashakai Special Economic Zone under CPEC with a planned investment of $50 million. The SEZ Committee of Rashakai Special Economic Zone at its meeting on Friday allocated 40 acres to Century Steel Ltd. The project is under Fuzhou Julitaihe Inter­national Company of China....

PM

PM BRIEFED ON URBAN DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

IMRAN KHAN Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday(7.JAN.2021) received briefings from the chief secretaries of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh and  chairman of the Capital Development Authority (CDA). They briefed PM on various urban development projects. According to an official announcement by the PM Office, Mr Khan expressed the hope that the provincial governments would take greatest advantage of the...

Hindu temple

KP GOVERNMENT TO RECONSTRUCT HINDU TEMPLE

TO RECONSTRUCT HINDU TEMPLE The  Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will reconstruct the Hindu temple ruined in the Karak district.  The province's chief minister Mahmood Khan said on Friday. The chief minister said that we have arrested several people involved in the incident . Moreover,  the provincial government would soon ensure the reconstruction of the temple. Mahmood Khan said that we have issued the orders...

Gas pipeline

WORK ON 1100 KM LONG GAS PIPELINE TO START NEXT YEAR

GAS PIPELINE Work on 1100 km long gas pipeline to be started next year. Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Petroleum Nadeem Babar said that construction work on the 1100-kilometre Pakistan Stream Gas Pipeline Project will begin in July next year. The Government has taken this step to transport liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Karachi to Lahore. In an interview, Nadeem Babar said that...


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