The Tribune India : High seas

The task of defending India’s maritime borders falls on the Indian Navy. As Navy Day was celebrated, its Chief highlighted the challenges that the force faces in the Indian... Read more »

INSTC vs. BRI: The India-China Competition Over the Port of Chabahar and Infrastructure in Asia

Introduction The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), the central component of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in South Asia, has been a source of significant attention and controversy (China... Read more »

Draft Of International Transshipment Rules Underway For Gwadar Port Development

In line with the federal government policy to create an investment and trade friendly atmosphere in the country, a dedicated team was constituted to draft international transshipment rules ISLAMABAD,... Read more »

Guj: Cargo Vessel Which Made Stop-over in Gwadar Intercepted

Porbandar/Dwarka, Dec 12 (PTI) A cargo vessel has been intercepted by the Indian Coast Guard after learning that it had made a stop-over at Gwadar port and the crew... Read more »

Iran seeks joint naval exercises with Pakistan

Xinhua 11:49 PM | December 10, 2019 Iran’s navy commander has invited Pakistan to take part in joint maritime security drills, Tasnim news agency reported on Tuesday. Rear Admiral... Read more »

Kyrgyz envoy for tapping CPEC to boost trade with Pakistan

PHOTO: FILE LAHORE: Kyrgyzstan can act as a bridge for Pakistan to the Central Asian markets as Pakistani traders can easily export 6,000 goods with several concessions, said Kyrgyzstan... Read more »

ANF Seizes 3.15 Ton Drugs And 486 Liters Prohibited Chemical In 28 Operations

Anti Narcotics Force Pakistan seized 3.15 Ton Narcotics and 486 Liters Prohibited Chemical valuing Rs. 104 Billion internationally, arrested 26 culprits and impounded 7 vehicles while conducting 28 counter-narcotic... Read more »

Russia Offers Pakistan To Revive Its Steel Mills, Enhance Relations

Beijing has fiercely rejected US critique of multi-billion-dollar CPEC initiative in Pakistan and indirectly lambasted Washington of going a negative campaign against China. The US has gone on the offensive... Read more »

China struggles to fend off allegations of debt trap diplomacy, Opinions News

Desperate for cash, Tajikistan is about to sell yet another vital asset to China at a time that countries like Sri Lanka and the Maldives are demanding renegotiation of... Read more »