On August 20, Prime Minister Modi had sent a letter to Khan, conveying that New Delhi was looking for constructive and meaningful engagement with Islamabad.
Modi had said India will not tolerate those who export terror and will respond to them in the language they understand, referring to the 2016 surgical strikes conducted across the LoC
Senate had recommended that Pakistanis who work or will work for the Chinese project CPEC in future should be taught Mandarin to prevent communication errors
The contractors have stopped work on several projects of the CPEC after their cheques worth over Rs. 5 billion bounced.
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It said the relation between Islamabad and Beijing would deepen further and help the people connected with the CPEC communicate easily if Mandarin was made the official language of the South Asian nation.
Chinese space experts also helped train technologists from Pakistan on its operation.
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The Global Times editorial, urges New Delhi to change its views and strategic thinking for the greater good of the neighbourhood.
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He said the CEPC was part of the OBOR initiative as the Chinese have always aspired to be a middle kingdom with the whole world coming to pay obeisance to them.
American snarls drive Pakistan into leaning heavily on China. Yet, more US boots in Afghanistan might require a rapprochement with Rawalpindi.
This collaboration of China and Pakistan is dangerous for us...This matter should be taken seriously," the Samajwadi Party patriarch said.
OBOR’s binding terms perplex some in Pakistan, put India on careful watch, open up a vista of geo-political transformation