June 2015

The Corridor of Endless Opportunities

Changing Our Own Destiny

Before his arrival on his maiden visit to Pakistan in April, President Xi Jinping of China sent an exceptionally warm message to the people of Pakistan: “When I was young, I heard many touching stories about Pakistan and the friendship between our two countries. To name just a few, I learned that the Pakistani people were working hard to build …

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Kepler’s 6 Years in Science and Counting

NASA’s Kepler spacecraft began hunting for planets outside our solar system on May 12, 2009. From the trove of data collected, we have learned that planets are common, that most sun-like stars have at least one planet and that nature makes planets with unimaginable diversity. Kepler was launched on March 6, 2009. Its mission was to survey a portion of …

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World Top 10 Stories

The Kingdom Re-Cameronized May 08: Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservatives won a stunning victory in Britain’s election by winning 331 of the 650 parliament seats. Cameron’s victory cut short the careers of his top three rivals and put the country’s future in the European Union in doubt. An Inconsolable Tragedy May 09: An army helicopter ferrying foreign envoys and their …

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Letters to the Editor

For feedback and suggestions, please write to us at: editor@jworldtimes.com  adeelniaz78@gmail.com Corruption In PST Recruitment Crying out for justice for years has proved only barking up the wrong tree. I think, our entire supra-structure has been hijacked by the black sheep, who with only a few exceptions, are controlling all affairs. I stood 1st in my district Jacobabad with 91% …

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China-Pakistan Economic Corridor [Editorial June 2016]

Trump's Afghanistan Gambit (Editorial September 2017)

THE GAME-CHANGER FOR PAKISTAN “Success depends upon previous preparation, and without such preparation there is sure to be failure.” Confucius Since the announcement of the construction of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), there was a lot of bickering over its route. However, it’s a good omen that during an All Parties Conference that was chaired by the Prime Minister himself, almost …

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