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Time For West To Discard Mindset Of “China Threat”

BEIJING, April 29 (Xinhua) — In history, the rise of big powers was realized via expansion and aggression. But today, the rise of China is an exception. It is peaceful. Unfortunately, the West never abandons its illusion about the so-called threat from China and sticks

China Announces First China-Britain Freight Train Arrives Back In China

BEIJING, April 29 (Xinhua) — The first freight train traveling from Britain back to China reached its destination in eastern China’s Yiwu city on Saturday after a 19 day journey, according to the China Railway Corporation (CRC). The trans-continental freight train, loaded with 32 containers,

CPEC To Boost Investment Opportunities In Pakistan, Regional Countries

CHICAGO, April 29 (APP): The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project will turn Pakistan into a regional manufacturing hub and a lucrative market for foreign direct investment, a senior Pakistani diplomat said Friday. Speaking at the 2017 Silk Road Conference in Chicago, Consul General Faisal Niaz

‘Belt And Road’ Initiative Fuels Prosperity Of Gwadar Port

ISLAMABAD, April 26 (APP): Thanks to stronger cooperation between China and Pakistan under the framework of the China-led “Belt and Road” initiative, the Gwadar port, previously a poorly-known port town has shown new vitality, said a news report published in China People’s Daily. The first

Dual-Seat Variant Of Jf-17 Undertakes Successful Maiden Flight

ISLAMABAD, Apr 28 (APP): It was a momentous day for Pakistan Air Force (PAF) indeed as dual-seat variant of the JF-17 Thunder fighter aircraft had successfully undertaken its maiden test flight at Chengdu (China) on Friday. Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman, Chief of the Air

India, Afghanistan Gave Help To Pakistani Taliban: Reuters

  ISLAMABAD, April 28, (APP): The daily Mirror of Colombo has given prominence to a Reuters story on the confessional video statement of the Taliban’s former spokesman, who surrendered last week, released by Pakistan’s military on Wednesday. Afghan and Indian intelligence agencies gave funds and

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India Urged To Stop Violence Against Muslims

  NEW YORK, April 29 (APP): A prominent international human rights group Friday called on Indian authorities to promptly investigate and prosecute self-appointed ‘cow protectors’ who have committed brutal attacks against Muslims and Dalits over rumours that they sold, bought, or killed cows for beef.