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India ignores Chinese forum dedicated to new Silk Road

India ignores Chinese forum dedicated to new Silk Road   India has not sent an official delegation to the forum dedicated to the new Silk Road, which opened in China on Sunday (14), reports the Indian agency PTI. According to media, some Indian scientists participate in the forum but there are no official representatives of the country, although India has received an official invitation. The day before, the official representative






RAILWAY ENGINEERING INTO RUNNING WATER. THE EAST COAST IS READY FOR ACTION:CPEC

RAILWAY ENGINEERING INTO RUNNING WATER. THE EAST COAST IS READY FOR ACTION:CPEC (ECRL) plans to contract a large, analysts believe that the construction sector, especially infrastructure development will have a positive impact, and can reduce shipping time and cost, and makes Malaysia to become the interface between North Asia (Kuala Lumpur) To the Middle East and Europe’s major transport hub. The MIDF study concluded that the convergence of the Port






MLA Kargil demands to opening historic route of Kargil-Skardu

MLA Kargil demands to opening historic route of Kargil-Skardu (online) Once again recalling the voice for Long pending demand of the people of Kargil, Member Legislative Assembly Kargil Asgar Karbalai on Thursday raised the demand of the opening of Kargil-Skardu road in the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly. During the debate on Industries and commerce MLA Kargil said that in Ladakh region there is no such industry despite of being very






US and India Concerns on CPEC

By Abdul Ameen For the first time China has signed a mega project outside the country with the collaboration of Pakistan and named it after the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Xinjiang (Kashgar) in China to Gwadar Pakistan is the end point of the project. The most part is misconstrued by numerous as a straightforward street arrange between China and Pakistan; however it is much more than that. It is






Pak China Border via khunjerav pass closed for all type of traffic

Pak China Border via khunjerav pass closed for all type of traffic Road will remain closed for traffic for a period of 4 months due The Sino-Pakistan Agreement (also known as the Sino-Pakistan Frontier Agreement and Sino-Pak Boundary Agreement) is a 1963 document between the governments of Pakistan and China establishing the border between both countries. Pak-China Border via Khunjerav pass will close for all type of traffic from tonight. The






Trade caravan from China reaches Gwadar through CPEC route

  Trade carvanfrom China reaches Gwadar through CPEC route GWADAR: The first trade caravan carrying Chinese goods reached Gwadar on Saturday through the western-route of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. The caravan, which comprised of over 50 trucks traveled through Khunjerab amid strict security by the Pakistan Army. The convoy left China on 31 October and reached Gwadar in 11 days which otherwise would have taken 45 days. A cargo ship






India condemned for using its diplomatic mission for espionage

ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office has said India had not only been found involved in promoting terrorist activities and financing terror outfits in Pakistan, but had also been using its diplomatic mission for nefarious designs. At a weekly press briefing, FO spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said Pakistan was disappointed with India for violating diplomatic norms and misusing its mission for espionage. “The ‘fate’ of the eight alleged operatives would be taken up






China-Pakistan Corridor Against India’s Strategic Interests – Analysis

The much touted $46 billion, 3,000-km-long China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) links Gwadar port in the troubled state of Balochistan to China’s restive autonomous region of Xinjiang. The project, which is an extension of China’s ambitious One-Belt-One-Road scheme, passes through Gilgit and Baltistan areas which are part of Jammu and Kashmir which is Indian territory but illegally occupied by Pakistan. Hence, the CPEC is against the geographical and strategic interests






Gilgit and Hunza are strategically important to Pakistan because of the access they provide to China through the Khunjerab pass.

Gilgit and Hunza are strategically important to Pakistan because of the access they provide to China through the Khunjerab pass. on 26 October 1947, Maharaja Hari Singh, monarch of the princely state of Jammu& Kashmir, signed the “Instrument of Accession” to India, officially ceding to the government of India jurisdiction over defense, foreign affairs, and communications. The accession of J & K to India was accepted by the last British






CPEC TO BE PROVED FORTUNE CHANGER FOR GILGIT-BALTISTAN

GILGIT: The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) could not only address Pakistan’s energy shortfall but prove to be a fortune changer for the Gilgit-Baltistan region. The CPEC is a collection of projects presently being implemented at a cost of $46 billion to rapidly expand and upgrade Pakistani infrastructure, as well as deepen and broaden economic links between Pakistan and China. The Corridor passing through Gilgit-Baltistan in the north to reach the