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Bilawal Bhutto blames Pakistan military for 1971 defeat

If BNP comes with sticks, we will be show them the real game: Obaidul Quader

Inflation is constantly decreasing, will go down further: Planning Minister

Over 60s to get fourth dose of coronavirus vaccine earlier: Health Minister

232 people died of AIDS in Bangladesh in one year

Energy crisis intensifies in Pakistan, China threatens to withdraw help

Islamabad, June 8: Pakistan's economic situation is deteriorating rapidly. Some of China's influence is directly responsible for the country's dire situation. It is unfortunate that poor governance of the country, mismanagement of various resources and weak law and order situation have led Pakistan to a huge economic crisis. Meanwhile, the country's energy crisis has begun to intensify.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets Taliban delegation in Doha

Doha/Kabul, October 26: Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi met Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the Taliban’s acting Deputy Prime Minister, in Doha, in the latest high level contact between the two sides since the takeover of Afghanistan by the Islamist militia group.

China's presence in Bangladesh conflicts with India's interests: General Bipin Rawat

Guwahati, India, October 25: India's Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat has said that China's presence to Bangladesh and Myanmar is not in India's interest. He made the remarks at an event in Guwahati, in the northeastern Indian state of Assam, on Saturday.

Taliban recruits Chinese cyber spies to help snoop on Afghanistan civilians

Kabul, September 16: The Taliban insurgents have recruited Chinese cyber spies to help them snoop on Afghan civilians, media reports said.

Myanmar is committed to speedy repatriation of Rohingya

Dhaka, January 23: Myanmar's Minister for International Cooperation Kyaw Tin has said that Myanmar is committed to starting the repatriation of Rohingya on the basis of an agreement reached between the two countries in 2017. He also said that Myanmar is committed to peaceful coexistence with all neighboring countries, including Bangladesh, and resolving issues of mutual interest.

Colombo: Several countries are currently facing troubles and pressure of Chinese tourist debt traps amid struggle to recover after COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.

Colombo: Several countries are currently facing troubles and pressure of Chinese tourist debt traps amid struggle to recover after COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.

Activist feels China's aggression and Pakistan's Islamic terrorism is posing a threat to regional peace

The chairman of Sindh-based Pakistani political outfit Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz (JSMM) holds that China's aggression, war frenzy and Pakistan's Islamic terrorism pose a serious threat to regional peace and global security.

Pakistan-China nexus needs to be broken to solve Kashmir issue: self-exiled Uyghur leader

Washington: A self-exiled Uyghur leader has said only when the nexus between China and Pakistan could be broken the Kashmir issue can be solved.

Dam construction: Residents of PoK demonstrate against China, Pakistan in Muzaffarabad  

Muzaffarabad: Protesting against the construction of dams in the area, people demonstrated against Pakistan and China in  Muzaffarabad region of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK).

Vulgar content: Pakistan issues warning to Chinese app Tik Tok

Islamabad: The Pakistan government gave a jolt to all-weather ally China as the country issued a final warning to Chinese video sharing platform TikTok.

Indian-Americans protest against Chinese aggression in Washington

Washington: Pressing the world community to take action against China for its aggressive stance, the Indian-American community members assembled in front of the Chinese Embassy here and urged the United States as well as India to economically decouple from the Asian giant.

Make In India push: Kashmir people join 'Boycott China' drive

Srinagar: Giving the 'Make in India' campaign a push, people in Jammu and Kashmir recently came out in large numbers to join the 'Boycott China' drive.

Coronavirus: Chinese workers in Pakistan facing mental health problems

Islamabad: The Chinese government is unhappy with all-weather ally Pakistan's alleged mishandling of the COVID-19 situation causing mental stress to employees of Chinese PSUs stationed in the south Asian country, media reports said.

Bangladesh Medical Research Council approves COVID-19 vaccine trial of Chinese firm

Dhaka: Bangladesh Medical Research Council (BMRC) has approved the phase 3 trial of a COVID-19 vaccine developed by a Chinese firm Sinovac, Doctor Mahmud-Uz-Zaman, Director of the BMRC, confirmed the matter to UNI on Sunday.