Gwadar Mega Dreams: Too Good to Come True?

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June 30, 2012 09:16
balochistan national emblem

The Balochistan emblem pasted on a luxury coach window. Signs like these have sprung up everywhere across the region and has become an expression of separatism. Photo - Moign Khawaja

I was woken up by the bumps on the road. In the wee hours, we entered Gwadar after a tiring 9 hour-long journey on a coach from Karachi. I elbowed my friend in the next seat to confirm if this was really Gwadar city or somebody hijacked the bus and was taking it elsewhere.

“Yes mate, welcome to Gwadar….click here to read the whole photo feature published on Balochistan’s first English online newspaper.

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