Free Press Journal
  • China rejects report of Pak’s renegotiation on CPEC

    On September 10, Pakistani Commerce Ministry issued a statement that remarks cited by Financial Times were out of context and distorted its original meaning. The Pakistan side refused to recognise this report , Geng Shuang, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson.

  • Ties with China cornerstone of Pak foreign policy: Imran Khan

    Islamabad : The ‘all-weather’ friendship with China was a cornerstone of Pakistan’s foreign policy, Prime Minister Imran Khan has said as he pledged to implement the controversy-hit $50 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.

  • Chinese engineer found dead in China embassy in Pak

    Islamabad : A Chinese engineer working in Pakistan was found dead in the premises of the Chinese embassy here, apparently 12 days after his death when the officials from the mission checked his room following a foul smell, media reports said on Monday.

  • Chinese engineer found dead at China embassy in Pakistan

    Islamabad: A Chinese engineer working in Pakistan was found dead today in the premises of the Chinese embassy here, apparently 12 days after his death when the officials from the mission checked his room following a foul smell, a media report said.

  • Towards a global fundamental rebalancing act

    The first direct train from China to England reached London recently. It traveled 12,000 kilometers carrying a cargo of garments and other manufactured goods. This is the trailer of the times to come. China is aggressively pushing the Belt Road Initiative (BRI) to establish state of art road and rail transport facilities from China to Europe and Africa. The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor from China to Pakistan through the Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) is

  • Even Himalayas can’t stop China and India if there is political trust

    Beijing : China and India should shed their mental inhibitions and manage differences to enhance bilateral ties, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday and insisted that even the Himalayas cannot stop the two countries from friendly exchanges if there is political trust.

  • Pakistan suspects India may target CPEC installations: Report

    Islamabad: India may target the installations of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in a bid to sabotage the multi-billion project, a media report quoted Pakistan’s interior ministry as saying.

  • China rubbishes plans to set up military base in Pakistan

    Beijing : China on Tuesday denied as “unnecessary” speculation reports that it was planning to build a military base at Jiwani in Pakistan’s Balochistan province close to the strategic Chabahar port, which is being jointly developed by India, Iran and Afghanistan, reports PTI.

  • China could convince Pak on terrorism: White House

    China shares some of the concerns of US about the terrorism problem. US is seeking to work with other regional players and China on this matter White House official.

  • China rushes to Pak rescue after Prez Trump’s outburst

    “Pakistan has made enormous efforts and sacrifice for the fight against terrorism and has made very outstanding contribution to the global cause of counter terrorism. The international community should acknowledge that”  Geng Shuang/Chinese foreign ministry.

  • Indian design to hamper CPEC will be foiled: Pakistan Minister

    Islamabad : Pakistan’s Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal has alleged that “conspiracies” are being hatched by India against the ambitious China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), and they would be foiled, a media report said.

  • China confident of ensuring CPEC success

    Beijing: China today said it is confident in ensuring the success of the USD 50 billion CPEC, a day after Pakistan’s security czar alleged that the US along with India is conspiring against the ambitious economic corridor. The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a flagship project of China’s prestigious One Belt One Road, passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. The CPEC links China’s restive Xinjiang region with Pakistan’s Balochistan province.