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  • CPEC AND THE CASE FOR COMMUNITY CAPACITY BUILDING

    CPEC AND THE CASE FOR COMMUNITY CAPACITY BUILDING2

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    • February 13, 2017

    CPEC AND THE CASE FOR COMMUNITY CAPACITY BUILDING Ally R Memon The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), now increasingly operational, boasts of building further business ties along the Silk Road with various nations showing interests in the trading route. CPEC is set to change the strategic and geopolitical dimensions of the region with global logistical power

  • Education Reforms in Indian Union Budget 2017-2018: What Pakistan Can Learn From Them?

    Education Reforms in Indian Union Budget 2017-2018: What Pakistan Can Learn From Them?0

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    • February 13, 2017

    Education Reforms in Indian Union Budget 2017-2018: What Pakistan Can Learn From Them? Source: tribune.com.pk Maria Amjad On 1st February 2017, Indian Finance Minister Aryan Jaitley presented the Unionist Budget of India for the year 2017-2018. The very next day, newspapers in Pakistan were brimming with the news of 10 percent hikes in Indian defense

  • The Jury Is Out: Armed Forces, Not India, Stalled JRJ’s ‘Jaffna Advance’0

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    • February 13, 2017

    The Jury Is Out: Armed Forces, Not India, Stalled JRJ’s ‘Jaffna Advance’ N Sathiya Moorthy, The Sunday Leader, Colombo, 12 February 2017 It’s sad that based merely on speculative assessments that India’s ‘Operation Garland’ of air-dropping food and medicines to the civilian population, bilateral relations had been allowed to flounder It needs to be recalled that

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