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Ashok Gehlot claims India may go China way, not have polls if Narendra Modi becomes PM again

Ashok Gehlot also said the Constitution, democracy and the entire country was in danger under Modi, who, he said, would "do anything" to get back to power. People felt he could even go to war..
Firstpost - Published

Chinese envoy on Masood Azhar: Optimistic that matter will be resolved

Chinese ambassador said cooperation between India and China "is on the right track"
DNA - Published

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Beautiful dance displays at the Asean Ethnic Festival [Video]Beautiful dance displays at the Asean Ethnic Festival

Footage shows beautiful dance displays at the Asean Ethnic Festival (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) event in Bangkok, Thailand. The Thai dancers put on stunning displays showing their..

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One army jawan dead, five missing after avalanche hit HP's Shipka La sector [Video]One army jawan dead, five missing after avalanche hit HP's Shipka La sector

At least one Army jawan died and five others are trapped under the snow after an avalanche hit the Shipka La sector of Himachal Pradesh’s Kinnaur district. A jawan succumbed to his injuries while he..

Credit: Hindustan Times     Duration: 00:46Published

Saudi Arabia Looks To Asia For Deals [Video]Saudi Arabia Looks To Asia For Deals

Dubai (CNN Business)Saudi Arabia's crown prince is in Asia forging new ties and seeking deals as he tries to keep his dream of economic transformation alive following a chill in relations with the..

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MBS Makes Money Moves In Asia [Video]MBS Makes Money Moves In Asia

Islamabad, Pakistan (CNN)Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has signed agreements worth $20 billion with Pakistan at the start of an Asian tour widely seen as an attempt to bolster ties..

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Saudi crown prince pledges $20 billion in investment deals for Pakistan [Video]Saudi crown prince pledges $20 billion in investment deals for Pakistan

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman kicks off his Asia tour with a big signing ceremony in Pakistan, where he pledged $20 billion worth of investment for the cash-strapped country. The crown prince will..

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China & India battle for investors attention | Lex [Video]China & India battle for investors attention | Lex

► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs Lex’s Lucy Colback and Sujeet Indap discuss the relative valuations after China’s spectacular performance and whether or..

Credit: Financial Times     Duration: 02:40Published

India has gone ahead of China in getting FDI: PM Modi [Video]India has gone ahead of China in getting FDI: PM Modi

While addressing the rally of Yuva Morcha, Thrissur, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “In the last four and a half years, the NDA government in the Centre has transformed the culture of..

Credit: Hindustan Times     Duration: 01:34Published

Chinese construction in Tibet have military implications for India [Video]Chinese construction in Tibet have military implications for India

The Print reports that China's various infrastructure projects in Tibet could have military implications for India.

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Chinese infrastructure in Tibet have military implications for India [Video]Chinese infrastructure in Tibet have military implications for India

TIBET — The Print reports that China's various infrastructure projects in Tibet could have military implications for India. China is building the G-6 expressway to connect Beijing to Lhasa, the..

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Dispute looms over India-China talks [Video]Dispute looms over India-China talks

► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs The FT’s Victor Mallet assesses the meeting between Indian prime minister Narendra Modi and Chinese president Xi Jinping on..

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India won't lose patience with China over Azhar

Sources said India would give China space to "resolve" certain issues with Pakistan on terror originating form the country. India and China have held quiet talks at senior levels in the past weeks...
IndiaTimes - Published

Will show patience 'for as long as it takes': India on China blocking UNSC listing of Masood Azhar as global terrorist

India will show patience with China for "as long as it takes" but will not compromise its position on terrorism, government sources said on Saturday
DNA - Published

Chinese legislator moots border trade through Arunachal Pradesh

An Ran, a professor at South China University of Technology in Guangzhou of Guangdong Province, who is also a deputy of the country's parliament, National People's Congress, said China should allow..
IndiaTimes - Published

China's blocking of Masood Azhar's listing at UN as terrorist is not a setback, but a diplomatic victory for India

China's extension of "technical hold" against UNSC listing of the JeM chief is a reality check and a lesson for Indian policymakers.
Firstpost - Published

Why is Rahul so happy when India is pained by China's move, asks BJP for Congress chief's comments on Modi's foreign policy

Criticising Rahul Gandhi for his comments, Ravi Shankar Prasad said that since the Congress president 'shares close ties with China', he could have persuaded the administration against blocking India's..
Firstpost - Published

Ravi Shankar Prasad attacks Rahul Gandhi, says `your tweets are being read in Pakistan`

Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad attacks Rahul Gandhi for being in a celebratory mood at the time when India stands pained by China's decision to block Masood Azhar's name at UNSC.
Zee News - Published

LIVE! India 'disappointed' after China blocks move to ban JeM chief


Rediff.com - Published

Will air strikes help Narendra Modi?

India has faced Lok Sabha elections after wars on three different occasions in the past - in 1967 after the 1962 India-China war and 1965 India-Pakistan battle, in 1977 after the 1971 India-Pakistan..
IndiaTimes - Published

Will air strikes help Narendra Modi? This is how wars have impacted govts

India has faced Lok Sabha elections after wars on three different occasions in the past - in 1967 after the 1962 India-China war and 1965 India-Pakistan battle, in 1977 after the 1971 India-Pakistan..
IndiaTimes - Published

India-China through a single lens

Close to the 89th anniversary of Dandi March (March 12), Ornella D'Souza reports on how Walter Bosshard was the first to photograph Gandhi and China's Mao Zedong preparations for their respective..
DNA - Published

India launches third IT corridor in China; venture aims to facilitate partnerships between firms of both countries

IT Corridor at Xuzhou has potential to fill the critical institutional void of software support for small and medium size industries in their own language."
Firstpost - Published

Indian gold flips to premium as appetite improves in most hubs

Physical gold demand picked up pace in major Asian hubs this week, with bullion being sold at a premium for the first time in more than three months in India, while China saw improved appetite for..
Reuters India - Published

Cooperation between India, China should surge ahead like Ganges, Yangtze: Chinese FM

[China], Mar 8 (ANI): China has outlined a positive outlook for relations with India, highlighting that cooperation between the two neighbours should surge ahead like the "Ganges and Yangtze" rivers.
Sify - Published

India reaching out to all UNSC members to ensure Masood Azhar's UN ban

India is reaching out to China and other 14 member countries of the UN Security Council to designate as a global terrorist Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar as a fresh move has been made to ban him..
DNA - Published

Kabul calls New Delhi, Beijing old friend at 1st Afghanistan, India, China meet

Calling China and India as "old friends and good neighbours" of Afghanistan,  Afghan Deputy Foreign Minister said his country counts on both.
Zee News - Published

RCEP countries agree to intensify negotiations to conclude trade pact this year

The 16 members of RCEP group including India and China Saturday agreed to intensify the ongoing negotiations for a proposed mega trade agreement to resolve all issues and conclude the talks this year.
DNA - Published

Soon, Delhi to have highest number of electric buses in India, next only to China

In a big move to fight air pollution, the Delhi cabinet approved 1,000 low-floor air-conditioned electric buses.
Zee News - Published

MUST READ: How India, China can work together

'As China rises and India grows to reclaim their earlier positions on the world stage as two of the largest economies and most important countries, there will indeed be some contention between these..
Rediff.com - Published

RIC ministers joint statement seeks to eradicate 'breeding grounds' of terrorism

Their commitment came at the conclusion of the Russia, India and China Foreign Ministers' meeting here in the east Chinese city.
DNA - Published

India, China and Russia's foreign ministers agree on closer policy coordination to 'eradicate breeding grounds' of terrorism at RIC meet

Supporting India's push to isolate Pakistan, China and Russia agreed for a closer policy coordination to eradicate the breeding grounds of terrorism
Firstpost - Published

Sushma Swaraj attends Russia-India-China trilateral meet in Wuzhen: All you need to know about the RIC grouping

Together, Russia, India and China form the crucial RIC grouping, but even though it comprises three of the most powerful countries in Eurasia, the efficacy of their trilateral meetings have gradually..
Firstpost - Published

India, Russia and China's foreign ministers issue joint statement after RIC meet: Full text of communique

The foreign ministers of Russia, India and China held their 16th meeting in Zhejiang, China on 27 February, 2019 and discussed international and regional issues of common concern
Firstpost - Published

IAF strikes on JeM camps: Don't want to see further escalation, says India at RIC meet

A day after IAF strikes on JeM camps in Pakistan, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is attending the Russia-India-China (RIC) Foreign Ministers meet in Wuzhen.
DNA - Published

In China, Sushma justifies IAF air strike, cites Pakistan's 'inaction'

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday raised the February 14 Pulwama terror attack by the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) in Jammu and Kashmir during her bilateral meeting with Chinese..
Sify - Published

With terror in focus, Swaraj departs for China for RIC meet

[India], Feb 26 (ANI): External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Tuesday departed for a two-day visit to China to attend the Russia-India-China (RIC) meet.
Sify - Published

Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar's listing as global terrorist may figure at Russia, India, China foreign ministers' meet

Listing of Pakistan-based JeM chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist is expected to figure prominently at Russia, India, China Foreign Ministers' meeting
Firstpost - Published Also reported by •DNA

PHOTOS: PM Modi inaugurates National War Memorial

The NWM pays tribute to soldiers who laid down their lives defending the nation during India-China war in 1962, Indo-Pak wars in 1947, 1965 and 1971, Indian Peace Keeping Force Operations in Srilanka..
Rediff.com - Published

EAM Sushma Swaraj to visit China for RIC meet

[India], Feb 23 (ANI): External Affairs Minister (EAM) Sushma Swaraj will visit China on February 26 to 27 to attend Russia-India-China (RIC) meet.
Sify - Published

Saudi prince Mohammed bin Salman's in Asia since West won't invite him: Prof Safwan M Masri

"Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia is touring Asia since no Western nation will invite him. He desperately needs something positive about his regime to make..
DNA - Published

India, China opportunities identical: Airbnb co-founder


IndiaTimes - Published

One jawan dead, five others trapped in avalanche on India-China border in Himachal Pradesh's Kinnaur; rescue ops underway

The avalanche occurred at around 11 am near Shipkala on the Sino-India border in Himachal Pradesh's Kinnaur district, where six Indian soldiers of Jammu and Kashmir Rifles unit were feared dead.
Firstpost - Published

Swaraj, Wang to meet in China amid row over JeM chief Azhar`s listing as global terrorist

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi would meet on the sidelines of next week's Russia-India-China Foreign Ministers' conference in China amid Beijing's continued..
Zee News - Published

Govt plans 'One Health' to check antibiotics use in animals, humans

Projections for 2030 estimate that the use of antibiotics in animals in the BRICS nations - Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa - is expected to double.
IndiaTimes - Published

Pakistan's support to terror to be the focus as Saudi prince set to arrive in Delhi

Saudi Arabia is the fourth largest trading partner of India after China, US and Japan.
Zee News - Published

BSNL starts survey for installation of mobile towers along India-China border

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has started a survey for installing mobile towers along the highly sensitive India-China border in Arunachal Pradesh.
Sify - Published

India to surpass China as world's largest energy growth market by mid-2020: BP

India will by mid-2020s surpass China as the world's largest energy growth market, accounting for over a quarter of incremental global demand, UK supermajor BP said in its annual energy outlook
Firstpost - Published

Afghan peace process: India in touch with Russia, Iran, Saudi Arabia

India also expects Afghanistan to be discussed at the "level of the foreign minister" in the next Russia-India-China (RIC) meet by the end of this month
Zee News - Published

China builds airports, upgrades defence in Tibet near LAC with India

China's People Liberation Army (PLA) is upgrading one of the civil airports in Gongga of Tibet. 
Zee News - Published

India, China contribute most to global greenery: NASA

India and China are leading the way in greening lands, thanks to ambitious tree-planting programs and intensive agriculture in both countries, NASA satellite data has shown.
Sify - Published

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