January 2013

Non- Proliferation Review (NPR)

January 2013

Pakistan-China Relations

Pakistan-China bilateral trade crosses US$ 12 billion mark

30 th January 2013

The overall bilateral trade between Pakistan and China in 2012 crossed the figure of US$ 12 billion for the first time, according to the latest data released by the China Customs.

Chinese firms showing interest in energy sector: PCJCCI

31 st January 2013

The Chinese business corporations have shown their keen interest in establishing power plants in Pakistan. Founder President Pakistan China Joint Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCJCCI) Shah Faisal Afridi stated this in a statement on Wednesday.


  India, Pakistan Exchange Nuclear Facilities List

1st January, 2013

  India and Pakistan have carried an annual exchange of lists of their nuclear facilities as part of an agreement that bans the rivals from attacking each other’s nuclear installations. An Indian External Affairs Ministry statement said the lists were exchanged on Tuesday both in New Delhi and Islamabad.

  Pakistan terms Indian allegations “baseless and unfounded”

9th January, 2013

Pakistan on Wednesday strongly rejected what it called “baseless and unfounded allegations” by India of a cross-border attack by Pakistani troops killing two Indian soldiers, adding that it was ready for a probe by a UN observer body into the incident.

Khar criticizes statements

10th January, 2013

Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar appeared on Indian television on Wednesday and issued a firm denial and criticized the statements by authorities in Delhi about the alleged killing of two Indian soldiers in Kashmir.

FO clarifies reports of reservations over India MFN status

10th January, 2013

The Pakistani government is committed to implementing its decision of granting most favored nation (MFN) status to India, the foreign office said, rebuffing reports published by Pakistani media earlier on Thursday. In a statement issued Thursday evening, the foreign office said that remarks by Foreign Secretary Jalil Abbas Jilani had been reported out of context.

A grandmother, a new bunker lead to India-Pakistan clashes’

11th January, 2013

A grandmother who slipped across one of the world’s most guarded frontiers and a new border post being built in response could have been the catalysts for the worst flare-up between the armies of India and Pakistan since 2003, a newspaper report and a resident said.

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