China plans to complete ahead of schedule a USD two billion hydropower project in Pakistan- occupied Kashmir to ease energy crisis in Pakistan.
Asian Development Bank (ADB) today said it is actively processing USD 500 million (about Rs 3,275 crore) as debt and equity funding for private infrastructure projects in countries
China is racing to finish one of the biggest hydro-power projects in Pakistan ahead of schedule, yet its location in the long-contested region of Kashmir will draw ire from India.
The latest round of talks between India and Pakistan on Indus Water Treaty concluded without reaching an agreement, the World Bank has said even as it assured that both countries will continue to work to resolve the issues in an amicable manner.
India and Pakistan are holding high-level talks on technical issues of the Indus Waters Treaty in Washington, a senior World Bank official has said.
Pakistan has installed capacity of 6,902 megawatts of hydroelectric power, which meets one-third of the country’s electricity needs.
Facing acute energy shortages, Pakistan plans to ink multibillion-dollar LNG supply contracts with Nigeria and Algeria
India and Pakistan are expected to hold talks on issues related to two of India’s hydroelectricity projects under the 1960 Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) at the World Bank headquarters in Washington this week, a person familiar with the developments said.
China has projected its One Belt One Road (OBOR) project as a global ideal that will spread economic benefits to less-developed countries.
The first thing you notice when you tune in to Indian news channels is that they are unanimous in bashing Pakistan. Barring a few exceptions, almost all major news networks lean into this proclivity to depict Pakistan as only good for one thing – terrorism – and therefore part of the ‘axis of evil’.