外文标题：India still nervous about China's growing strength: Chinese think tank
BEIJING: Criticising India for not taking an "explicit stance" on China's new mega initiatives like the Silk Road and Maritime Silk Road, a state-run Chinese think tank today said India is still nervous about China's growing strength despite improving bilateral economic ties.
"Instead of taking an explicit stance on Beijing's initiatives such as the "One Belt and One Road" initiative, New Delhi only expressed interest in studying the India-China- Bangladesh-Myanmar Economic Corridor, (BCIM)," a scholar of the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies said in an article carried by the Global Times today.
Several countries including Sri Lanka and the Maldives expressed support for the Maritime Silk road project.
While India has not made its stand clear, "it welcomes Washington's Indo-Pacific Economic Corridor project in exchange of US and Japan's support for its Mekong-Ganga Cooperation project", the article titled 'India still nervous about China's growing strength despite economic ties' said.
Raj Kumar Singh (Visakhapatnam)
We are strong enough, only we have to be unite....
Communal Award (TOKYO)
Google "National IQ estimates" India = 82; Pakistan = 84; and China = 100;
Godfather Senior (Mumbai)
May be, they are expressing their own fears to cover it. Why then they need to supply arms and ammunitions to Pak?