U.S., Pakistani, German Navies Conduct Passing Exercise

KARACHI, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – 7th Sep, 2021 ) :The U.S., Pakistani, and German navies conducted a tri-lateral passing exercise in the Arabian Sea to strengthen cooperation... Read more »

China eyes BRI extension to Afghanistan as it awaits Taliban to form govt

China on Friday expressed hope to extend its multi-billion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) into Afghanistan, saying the “Taliban believes” that the initiative is good for development and prosperity... Read more »

Welcome statements from Taliban – Pakistan Observer

AS the Taliban have secured full control of Afghanistan and are in the process of formation of a broad-based Government, their spokesperson Zabiullah Mujahid has extended an assurance that... Read more »

India to appoint special envoy for dealing with Taliban

ISLAMABAD: India is finding extremely difficult to make a return to Afghanistan since it has throughout been siding with the anti-Taliban forces in that country for more than two... Read more »

‘It’s encouraging’: Sheikh Rashid on Taliban’s desire to include Afghanistan in CPEC – Pakistan

Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid on Monday hailed the Taliban’s desire to have Afghanistan incorporated in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) as “encouraging”, saying “it is good” if the Taliban’s... Read more »

Pakistan, China universities develop high-yield rice varieties

BEIJING: The people of Pakistan have started to benefit from the fruits of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) as the universities of Punjab and Wuhan are jointly developing high-yield hybrid... Read more »

Quetta suicide bomber arrived from Afghanistan: Pakistan govt

The Pakistan government on Monday said that the suicide bomber who targeted the Pakistan forces check post in Balochistan had arrived from Afghanistan. According to Geo News, four... Read more »

Taliban’s desire to become part of CPEC ‘a positive sign’

ISLAMABAD – Federal Minister for Interior Sheikh Rashid Ahmad said Monday that the government had achieved a major success in tracing the origin of attackers behind Gwadar and Quetta... Read more »

A Taliban-led Afghanistan and the Chinese conundrum

The U.S. move of vacating Afghanistan — a nation vital for the Belt and Road Initiative — may prove costly for Beijing Recent weeks have been unsettling for the... Read more »