Tag: OBOR

Narendra Modi, Shizo Abe Pushing Japindia Vs Chinpak

The India-Japan bilateral summit between Narendra Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Shizo Abe was viewed in the media as

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Strategic And Economic Footprint

PM Narendra Modi’s Visit To Expand Strategic And Economic Footprint In Myanmar

PM Narendra Modi’s three-city Myanmar visit from September 5-7 comes at an appropriate time with India seeking to expand

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PM To Travel To Myanmar Next Month

To further strengthen New Delhi’s Act East Policy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to travel to neighbouring Myanmar,

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China’s Silk Road Lends Urgency To India’s Regional Ambitions

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government approved $256 million to upgrade a section of a remote border road last

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Here Is How China ‘Friendship’ Highway Is Shattering Pakistani Businessmen’s Dreams

The China-Pakistan Friendship Highway runs over 1,300 kilometres (800 miles) from the far western Chinese city of Kashgar through the world’s highest mountain

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Exclusive Opinion Piece By Lt Gen S L Narasimhan (Retd) Doklam – So Far Yet So Dear

One is confident that India and China will have the wisdom and fortitude to maintain good relations between them.

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India, Japan Forge Ahead With Connectivity Project To Counter China’s OBOR

China may not have forgiven India for snubbing its mega trans-continent corridor initiative, but in what may rankle more

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How To Counter China’s OBOR? RSS Floats Interesting Idea Of OCOR: Know What It Means

The imperialistic designs of China’s ambitious ‘One Belt, One Road (OBOR)’ initiative has been discussed across the world

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‘India Is Well-equipped To Defend Itself Against China,’ Says Sushma Swaraj In Rajya Sabha

External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj said that while China is trying to change the status quo in the Doklam tri-junction area",India is well

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CPEC: Is A Cash-strapped Pakistan Using Kashmir To Cement Ties With China?

For nearly 70 years, Pakistan has defined Kashmir as the core issue and root cause of its differences with India.

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