Leaving the Dragon untouched would be as foolish for India as breathing fire in a sensitive field.
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
Pakistan cuts CPEC investment in railways by $2 billion; railway minister says Islamabad 'cannot afford' huge burden of loans
The announcement gives credence to reports that the Imran Khan government intends to scrutinise the $62 billion CPEC infrastructure and power projects,
India can take over the baton of higher growth from China for the next three decades if ties between the two Asian giants remain buoyant and the Indian economic trajectory follows the Chinese one, NITI Aayog Vice-Chairman Rajiv Kumar has said.