CPEC not burden, relations with China will never fray, says Pakistan; rejects notion of Beijing being sole beneficiary of project
The CPEC is a multi-billion dollar development project, with a planned network of roads, railways and energy projects
'CPEC is not about aid': US urges Pakistan to ask China tough questions, warns it will take toll on local economy
The China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a planned network of roads, railways and energy projects linking China's resource-rich Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region with Pakistan's strategic Gwadar Port on the Arabian Sea.
The State Bank of Pakistan's most recent quarterly report points out that the economy is in a classic debt trap, with more debt required to pay off the earlier loans taken
India rejects reference to Jammu and Kashmir in joint statement by Pakistan, China; expresses concerns over CPEC
India on Tuesday rejected the reference to Jammu and Kashmir in a joint statement by China and Pakistan
Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi concludes two-day visit to Pakistan; Kashmir issue among topics discussed during trip
Pakistan and China on Sunday discussed the Kashmir issue and underlined the need to settle disputes in the region through dialogue on the basis of mutual respect and equality
Between golden Kalashnikov and bankruptcy: Pakistan will benefit from Saudi aid, but will likely lose Iran in process
Saudi Prince's gift of golden Kalashnikov and golden bullets to Imran Khan a symbol of Riyadh’s new position as patron of Pakistan, which is likely to bring in gifts at the top and plenty of trouble below
IMF demands to see details of Pakistan-China financial assistance deal: Days of East India Company 2.0 long gone
Calls for greater transparency have been made in Parliament and among the top-most levels of the State Bank of Pakistan
Imran Khan, XI Jinping sign 16 agreements to curb poverty in Pakistan; Beijing declines to reveal amount loaned to Islamabad
Khan is in Beijing on his maiden visit to China as the two countries grapple to iron out differences over the multi-billion-dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and Islamabad approaching 'friendly nations' to avoid a tough IMF bailout package.
Chinese mining firm successfully test-fires supersonic missile that may be sold to Pakistan, says report
The test conducted on Monday at a discreet location in North China verified the launch, power and flight control systems, state-run Global Times reported while indicating that Beijing's all-weather ally, Pakistan could be one of its buyers. All parameters for the supersonic flight of the HD-1 missile achieved their estimated values, it quoted a statement released by Guangdong Hongda Blasting Company located in southern China.
Reality of CPEC dawns on new Pakistan govt; Imran Khan caught between his people's interests and appeasing China
To be clear, the CPEC was never meant to be a charity project for Pakistan by ‘big brother’ China
Daily bulletin: Congress-led Bharat Bandh today, Dilip Kumar in ICU, Motorola to launch G6 Plus; day's top stories
A number of opposition parties will unitedly protest the rise in fuel prices in the country on Monday and participate in the 'Bharat Bandh' called by the Congress.
Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi to visit Pakistan this week; CPEC, bilateral issues to be discussed
Besides meeting his Pakistani counterpart, Wang is likely to meet Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan and president-elect Arif Alvi and discuss the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and bilateral issues.
Imran Khan as Pakistan PM could be China’s biggest ally or headache; Beijing betrays rare nervousness
Imran Khan's polarising election campaign has resulted in the creation of bad blood in Pakistan, and China is nervous that the spillover could affect its grand CPEC project
China defends Pakistan after Narendra Modi's 'terror export factory' remark, says Islamabad must be supported in fight against terrorism
China on Friday defended Pakistan against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remark that Islamabad was a "terror export factory"
Allowing Indian firms to invest in Iran in rupees is India's masterstroke to safeguard Chabahar deal
India's decision to allow Indian businesses to deal in Iran using the rupee will strengthen India's role in shaping the geopolitical environment.
China-Pakistan sign new deals for Gwadar port's development: CPEC may turn out to be India's security and strategic problem
An ambitious China attaches paramount importance to the Indo-Pacific Region, an area which includes the Western Pacific Ocean as well as whole of the Indian Ocean, but this runs in parallel to India’s pre-eminence in the region.
China is likely to ensure that its ‘iron brother’ doesn’t antagonise the mercurial US president beyond a point.
Demonetisation anniversary: Move not only failed as an economic initiative, but also risked national security and stability
Narendra Modi's meeting with the three service chiefs right before announcing demonetisation shows that the prime minister was aware of just how disruptive and dangerous the move was going to be in terms of national security and stability
BRICS Summit 2017: Xiamen Declaration will go some way in dismantling terror, Pakistan-China friendship
At the BRICS Summit on Monday, India was able to secure a major diplomatic victory for itself after the member countries backed the UN resolution on terrorism, specifically naming Pakistan-based terror groups like Jaish-e-Mohammad, Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Haqqani Network in the declaration
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a cardinal subset of China’s larger One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative