BEIJING (TIP): Chinese Premier Li Keqiang told PM Modi that China was willing to enhance exchanges in the “humanistic field” and other areas, and look for “more converging points of interest” to jointly contribute to peace, stability and prosperity, according to the official Xinhua news agency. Neither leader specially mentioned the border dispute. But Modi said “outstanding issues” must be dealt from “the strategic perspective of our developmental goals and long-term benefits to our peoples”. He welcomed greater economic engagement between the two countries. Li urged Modi to push ahead construction of the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar economic corridor.