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Information Warfare against China-Pak Economic Corridor

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a cornerstone of Beijing’s regional geo-integration via its famed One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative. The strategic implications of this project are simply too large to ignore, both for its beneficiaries and critics. Presently, no other country provides the ideal sea-to-land routes from Indian

Business

FBR announces fair market values for DHA and other societies of Lahore

The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) on Tuesday announced property prices for 16 major cities of Pakistan including Lahore. However, they have recently published fair market values for DHA Lahore and various other societies in the city. In the case of residential plot, the fair market price is 30 to 35% more than the previous DC value. As far as prices of commercial plots are concerned, the market price is 200 to 250% more than the previous value. Capital Gains

Technology

Government ponders using armed drones to ensure CPEC safety

The government of Pakistan is thinking about using armed drones to ensure the security of China-Pakistan Economic Project (CPEC). According to the reports, usage of drones will help in safeguarding CPEC from any potential threat. The viewpoint of the government is that unmanned (remote controlled) aircrafts will be used to secure different routes. According to the official of the government, the aircrafts will also be utilized in protect railway tracks and gas pipelines which are under construction along with the

Cricket

Pakistan becomes No. 1 test team for the second time since 1988

Ladies and Gentlemen! Please stand up and applaud Pakistan Cricket team on becoming the No. 1 test team in the world. They have achieved this feat under the leadership of Misbah-ul-Haq. This is the 2nd time in the history of Pakistan test cricket that they have achieved No. 1 position in test cricket since 1988. Pakistan Cricket team was hated by the fans in 2010 all across the world for obvious reasons. There were calls to ban Pakistan Cricket for

Opinion

Vendors use Civil Aviation Authority documents to sell fries

Key documents of Pakistan’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) are being used by local vendors to sell fries and bread. Apparently, it appears as if CAA has decided to sell off its classified documents to street hawkers. The idea should have been to dispose the papers in a suitable and safe manner. Several vendors and kiosks in and around the airport region in Karachi are found to sell fries, breads and burgers in very sensitive documents that belong to CAA. The