Tag Archives: China

  • Record rains kill 25 in central China

    At least 25 people have died including a dozen passengers trapped in a flooded subway after torrential rains inundated central China, paralysing several cities and causing millions of dollars in damage. ...

  • NS Venkataraman Security concerns of Chinese personnel in Pakistan

    In world politics, money and military power alone is not enough to dominate any region. Chinese are bound to learn this at heavy cost. ...

  • Lal Bahadur Shastri was to recognise ‘Tibetan Government-in-Exile’

    There are many theories about the mysterious death of former Prime Minister of India, Lal Bhadur Shastri. The recent biography of HH the Dalai Lama indicates that there may be a Chinese angle to the Shastri Ji's death. ...

  • Border row must not be allowed to affect India ties, says China

    Following the meeting between external affairs minister S Jaishankar and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Dushanbe, China on Thursday said it’s ready to seek a “mutually acceptable solution” to the issues that required “urgent treatment”. ...

  • Jaishankar to meet Wang Yi: Afghanistan and Ladakh situation on the plate

    External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will meet his Chinese counterpart and State Councilor Wang Yi on the sidelines of the SCO foreign ministers meeting in Dushanbe to discuss the unfolding security situation in Afghanistan. ...

  • China says it chased US warship out of disputed sea

    China’s military said it chased a U.S. warship out of a disputed area of the South China Sea on Monday after Washington warned an attack on the Philippines might activate a mutual defence treaty. ...

  • Leaders of North Korea, China vow to strengthen ties

    The North Korean and Chinese leaders expressed their desire Sunday to further strengthen their ties as they exchanged messages marking the 60th anniversary of their countries’ defence treaty. ...

  • Chinese Army recruiting Tibetan youth for operations along LAC

    The Chinese army is recruiting Tibetan youth in its territory and training them for operations along the Line of Actual Control with India. The Tibetan youth are being inducted into the Chinese forces after going through a number of tests. ...

  • Hong Kong pro-democracy group downsizes amid crackdown

    One of Hong Kong’s most established pro-democracy civic organizations said Saturday it is letting go its paid staff and halving the size of its steering committee amid Beijing’s crackdown on opposition activity in the semi-autonomous city. ...

  • China dishonoured border agreements, ‘disturbed’ foundation of ties: Jaishankar

    External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said there has been a lot of concern about the India-China relationship for the last one year as Beijing has not observed agreements on the border issue which has “disturbed” the foundation of ties. ...