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Insurgents release 14 Nimroz hostages

ZARANJ (Pajhwok): Insurgents have set free 14 local hostages in southwestern Nimroz province after taking written guarantees from them to avoid taking part in welfare projects, officials say. Col. Najibullah, Delaram police chief, told Pajhwok ... Frontier Post, 1 month ago
DAWN Group

Afghan-Pakistan ties: Aligning policy with reality

President Ashraf Ghani's outreach is but an effort to normalise relations with Pakistan, though it may seem a bit drastic in view of the often skewed nature of relations between the two neighbours, who share much in common. Less than five months ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago

India's stake in Chabahar port project

Easing of sanctions against Iran by the Western powers coupled with the drawdown of NATO forces from Afghanistan has prompted India to speed up its development plans of the Chabahar port. It is an opportunity for India, which has so far been denied ...
 The Echo Of India2 weeks ago INDIA HAS BIG STAKE IN DEVELOPING CHABAHAR PORT  IPA Newspack.com3 weeks ago
Daily Outlook

India refuses to invest more in infrastructure project with Iran, Afghanistan

India has refused to invest more in a trilateral transport infrastructure project with Iran and Afghanistan catering for the transportation of Afghan mineral goods by the Iranian port Chabahar, said local media Sunday. The Indian Express quoted ...
 China.org.cn2 weeks ago India refuses to invest more in joint infrastructure project with Iran, Afghanistan  Xinhua News Agency2 weeks ago Indo-Iran partnership: implications for Pakistan  Daily Times1 month ago

Fears mount for future of India's Afghan silk route plans

Fears are mounting for the future of an ambitious plan to link India with Afghanistan through a new-age Silk Road network running through the Iranian port of Chabahar, government sources have told The Sunday Express. Iran pressed National Security ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago
OpEdNews.com

Pak-Iran Ties: The Disturbing Fork

One seems logical if he or she terms the PAK-Iran ties porous and prone to seasonal zigzag. The Governor of Iranian Seestan Province, given his official visit to Islamabad, reminds the friendly proximity, Iran and Pakistan mutually inherit. It ...
 OpEdNews.com1 month ago
Livemint.com

Afghanistan's quest for strategic autonomy

Photo: Lucas Jackson/Reuters Let no one mistake it, Pakistan has no solutions to offer for Afghanistan. It promises much but the price it is seeking—recognition of the Durand line, a patron-client relationship and containment of India—is ...
 Livemint.com2 months ago

Kabul should not slip away: India needs to overcome trust deficit

Much like his predecessor Hamid Karzai, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has begun his tenure with a serious effort to mend fences with Pakistan. Relations between the two countries, which share close ethnic, religious and economic ties, have been ...
 Hindustan Times2 months ago

JNPT to take 60% equity in Iran port project

Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT, at Navi Mumbai) would take 60 per cent equity in the Indian company to be formed for developing the Chabahar port in southeastern Iran. Kandla Port Trust (KPT) would hold the remaining equity. The Special ...
 Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide2 months ago
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