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  • Rajnath asks BRO to match Chinese proficiency in construction

    Rajnath asks BRO to match Chinese proficiency in construction

    Singh also said the Central government is making all efforts to provide the required support to the BRO in this direction.

    May 8, 2022
  • Not opportune time to talk about tourists visas to Chinese: MEA

    Not opportune time to talk about tourists visas to Chinese: MEA

    India today justified its decision not to issue tourist visas to Chinese nationals, saying it was not the right time to talk about the issue in view of the Covid-19 situation in China, especially in cities like Shanghai.

    April 28, 2022
  • Chinese mining company to open office in Kabul this month

    Chinese mining company to open office in Kabul this month

    Afghanistan possesses a vast amount of intact mines and natural resources, including lithium reserves, as well as other valuable resources.

    March 20, 2022
  • Chinese FM to be special guest at OIC meet hosted by Pak

    Chinese FM to be special guest at OIC meet hosted by Pak

    Meanwhile, sources said that Wang, apart from attending the OIC conference, would also attend the Pakistan Day Parade to witness the performance of recently-inducted Chinese fighter jets J-10C into the Pakistan Air Force (PAF).

    March 17, 2022
  • Korean Dilemma

    Korean Dilemma

    Beyond the worsening US-China rivalry, there are internal pressures within South Korea‘s restive society, which is becoming increasingly suspicious of China‘s intent and trustworthiness. Majority of South Koreans now view China as the biggest threat to a hypothetically-unified Korea, and not Japan and a 2020 Pew Poll found 83 per cent of South Koreans distrusting Chinese President Xi Jinping to do the 'right thing in world affairs'

    March 16, 2022
  • Chinese province of Jilin under complete lockdown as country faces worst COVID outbreak in 2 years

    Chinese province of Jilin under complete lockdown as country faces worst COVID outbreak in 2 years

    Shenzhen health official Lin Hancheng warned on Sunday that the BA.2 strain is "highly contagious, spreads quickly and has a high degree of concealment", leading to widespread community transmission if control measures were not strengthened soon, wrote the Epidemiologist in his tweet.

    March 14, 2022
  • Chinese Army hands over missing Arunachal boy to India

    Chinese Army hands over missing Arunachal boy to India

    ''The Chinese PLA handed over the young boy from Arunachal Pradesh Shri Miram Taron to Indian Army at WACHA-DAMAI interaction point in Arunachal Pradesh today,'' Union Minister Kiren Rijiju, who hails from Arunachal Pradesh, tweeted.

    January 27, 2022
  • Pakistan to pay Chinese victims in terrorist attack

    Pakistan to pay Chinese victims in terrorist attack

    Four Pakistani nationals had also died in the attack.

    January 19, 2022
  • Chinese city under lockdown runs out of supplies

    Chinese city under lockdown runs out of supplies

    On December 23, more than 13 million people in the city in Shaanxi province were ordered to stay home last week as authorities sought to battle the Covid outbreak.

    December 31, 2021
  • Blacklisted Chinese firm seeks action against Pak entities for forged documents

    Blacklisted Chinese firm seeks action against Pak entities for forged documents

    The Chinese firm was blacklisted last month and barred from participating in any tender for one month.

    November 28, 2021
  • Clouds engulf half of China’s sky

    Clouds engulf half of China’s sky

    Peng’s disappearance also shows how authoritarian instruments of control are triggered by politically sensitive matters that contradict Communist Party narratives. Such control of any sensitive narrative in China is commonplace with the CCP

    November 28, 2021
  • Blinken to hold talks with Chinese Foreign Minister on G20 sidelines

    Blinken to hold talks with Chinese Foreign Minister on G20 sidelines

    Wang Yi said the US and some other countries could not stop the one-China principle 50 years ago, and they are much less likely to succeed in the 21st century. "If they persist, they will pay the price," the minister added.

    October 31, 2021
  • Indian, Chinese troops involved in face-off in Arunachal last week: sources

    Indian, Chinese troops involved in face-off in Arunachal last week: sources

    India has been insisting that pending a final settlement of the boundary dispute, China should work with New Delhi for maintaining peace and tranquility along the LAC.

    October 8, 2021
  • Victory turned into defeat

    Victory turned into defeat

    The Taliban under the leadership of the mythical Mullah Akhundzada, who refuses to show his face in public, decided to apply sharia law from seventh century Medina in Afghanistan. Hand amputations, executions, all the good stuff.

    October 5, 2021
  • Chinese dilemma in Afghanistan

    Chinese dilemma in Afghanistan

    Pakistan is desperate to have financial assistance restored, which the world avoids.

    October 5, 2021
  • Will Australia now be a sitting duck?

    Will Australia now be a sitting duck?

    The US has far more troops in those two countries than it does in Australia, yet it’s hard to fault China’s accuracy in identifying the latter as a longer-term adversary

    September 23, 2021
  • Blue-water Gambit

    Blue-water Gambit

    The entire Chinese juggernaut or economic ‘miracle‘ (that finances the patent expansionist ambition) is predicated on the seamless to-and-fro of its wares, supplies and energy requirements. For this, ensuring that no enemy power can enforce a ‘choke‘ or stranglehold on its trade / seafaring routes, is imperative. Guaranteeing such sovereign power-assertion triggers justifiable fears of encroachment and usurpation of the traditional spheres of influence of other countries.

    September 23, 2021