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Indian worry on Farooq Abdullah’s statement


Malik M Ashraf FORMER Chief Minister of Indian Occupied Kashmir Farooq Abdullah speaking at a function at Chenab valley said that Kashmir was neither Indian property nor was its integral part. He said that India would have to talk to Pakistan, a party to the dispute to resolve this issue. …

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The Chinese dream continues to make a difference

BEIJING, Nov. 28 (Xinhua) — China is moving closer to its goal of building an all-round moderately prosperous society by 2020, inspired by the Chinese dream of the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation. Tuesday marks the fourth anniversary of the Chinese dream concept, and remarkable progress has been made …

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China wins chance to lead APEC trade deal

By George N. Tzogopoulos Source The visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping to Latin America and his attendance at the APEC forum in Peru are happening at a critical moment for world politics. The US presidential election challenges continuity in its foreign and economic policy. Although the current period is …

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China Pak Economic Corridor: A unique model

By:Ndeem The term game changer is used to refer to $46 billion china Pakistan economic corridor (CPEC) project which is by far the most ambitious mega project that Pakistan has undertaken since its independence with its most reliable, closest strategic and economic partner China. Ideally, the CPEC will put Pakistan …

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China’s defense ability boosted by rocketry


By Hu Weijia  Eight hours before the launch of China’s largest and most powerful carrier rocket, the Long March-5, I felt a little surprised when I saw almost all the personnel with the rocket’s research team pray for good luck by eating steamed stuffed buns. The Chinese word for steam …

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Beijing offers clues for Modi’s new anti-corruption moves

By Ai Jun Source In a startling and sudden move, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced Tuesday last week that the country’s largest currency bills worth 500 and 1,000 rupees ($7.5 and $15) would be invalid starting at midnight on the same day to demonstrate that he is truly up …

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Progress of China’s aviation sector highlighted at Airshow

By Hu Weijia and Ma Jun  At the ongoing Airshow China in Zhuhai, South China’s Guangdong Province, it is conspicuous that some foreign enterprises have substantially cut their exhibition area at this year’s trade fair. Speculation has it that increased competition from Chinese firms may have encroached on the market …

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Concrete steps will help Beijing, Manila overcome sea spat

By Ai Jun  Will Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s upcoming visit from Tuesday to Friday pull the battered Beijing-Manila ties back into the right orbit? While we await the answer, it is at least certain that the meeting between the top leaders is an encouraging sign of their high expectations of …

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Tibetans have natural rights to clean energy

By Wen Dao  A report about environmental protection in Tibet was released yesterday, compiled by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) after an investigation and evaluation of a variety of construction projects for ecological preservation that were launched and built from 2008 to 2014. The report concludes that years of …

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Last 100 days in South Asian history

By Mazhar Javed A hundred daysafter our region began to witness disturbing developments in early July, now is an opportune time to take a stock of the water that has passed under the bridge in these eventful days. Beginning with heightened level of protests for freedom in Indian Occupied Kashmirsince …

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