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Pakistan defence spend may rise 30% but its real enemies are Chinese debt trap, poverty
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Pakistan defence spend may rise 30% but its real enemies are Chinese debt trap, poverty

A steeper-than-expected rise in defence spend wouldn’t be good news for a crippled economy like Pakistan, largely running on Chinese aid.

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor should not be politicised, says Nawaz Sharif
World

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor should not be politicised, says Nawaz Sharif

Beijing: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said that the multi-billion dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor was an economic project open to all nations in the region and it "must not be politicised", taking pot-shots at India for boycotting China's high-profile Belt and Road Forum.

Nawaz Sharif in China: Under siege at home, Pakistan PM's image abroad receives boost
World

Nawaz Sharif in China: Under siege at home, Pakistan PM's image abroad receives boost

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif may be facing investigations at home, but his image abroad appears to have improved ever since China placed Pakistan at the heart of its One Belt One Road (Obor) initiative.

India aims to improve road connectivity to border areas in Ladakh
India

India aims to improve road connectivity to border areas in Ladakh

India is working on better road accessibility up to the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, often snapped due to hostile terrain and bad weather.

Sushma Swaraj meets China's Wang Yi: From Masood Azhar to NSG, MEA flags India's concern
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Sushma Swaraj meets China's Wang Yi: From Masood Azhar to NSG, MEA flags India's concern

Swaraj also conveyed to Wang, India's concerns on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir during the three-hour-long discussion

Sugar Daddy Xi Jinping is effectively reducing Pakistan to a vassal state
World

Sugar Daddy Xi Jinping is effectively reducing Pakistan to a vassal state

The Chinese plan to invest a massive $46 billion in Pakistan may be aimed against India, but it is also an effort to keep Pakistan in one piece and prevent Islamist jihadis from threatening China's own backyard

China pledges $45.6 billion for energy and infra projects in Pak over next 6 years
International

China pledges $45.6 billion for energy and infra projects in Pak over next 6 years

The deal further cements ties between Pakistan and China at a time when Pakistan is nervous about waning US support as troops pull out of Afghanistan.