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India's strategic oil reserves plan not big enough to reignite global oil demand

Jul 29, 2016

India's strategic oil reserves plan not big enough to reignite global oil demand

India's initial SPR plan pales in comparison to a programme that is ten-fold bigger in China and is a further sign that Asia's demand outlook may not be as strong as expected #China #VLCC #FIS #SPRs #strategic oil reserves #very large crude carrier #SPR
Wary of China, govt banks on Adani group to double down on container hub ports

Jul 28, 2016

Wary of China, govt banks on Adani group to double down on container hub ports

The government will grant billionaire Gautam Adani Rs 1,600 crore ($240 million) in so-called "viability gap" funding to help the new port at Vizhinjam in Kerala win business from established hubs elsewhere in Asia #China #Adani Group #Gautam Adani #Vizhinjam #container ports
Chinese transgression in Uttarakhand: Oppn in LS voices concern

Jul 28, 2016

Chinese transgression in Uttarakhand: Oppn in LS voices concern

Opposition members in the Lok Sabha on Thursday expressed concern over incursion by Chinese troops in Chamoli district of Uttarkhand and wanted immediate steps to counter such actions while cautioning the government about intentions of China. #India #China #NewsTracker #Lok Sabha #Uttarakhand #Jawaharlal Nehru #India China border dispute #Chinese transgression in Uttarakhand
China, Russia to hold joint naval exercises in South China Sea

Jul 28, 2016

China, Russia to hold joint naval exercises in South China Sea

China and Russia will hold joint naval exercises in the South China Sea in September, Beijing's defence ministry said Thursday, after an international tribunal invalidated the Asian giant's extensive claims in the area. #China #NewsTracker #Russia #South China Sea #Vladimir Putin #Philippines #Xi Jinping #Hague Tribunal
Pakistan, China, and Kashmir unrest: Three potent threats to India's stability

Jul 28, 2016

Pakistan, China, and Kashmir unrest: Three potent threats to India's stability

China, Pakistan and youth anger in Kashmir, the three kinds of forces that are inimical to India’s stability, have gained momentum since 2008. #China #Jammu and Kashmir #Pakistan #InMyOpinion #Armed forces #Militancy in Kashmir #Hafiz Sayeed #Kashmir unrest #Burhan Wani
Chinese transgression in Uttarakhand: The 'serious consequences' that China warned about

Jul 28, 2016

Chinese transgression in Uttarakhand: The 'serious consequences' that China warned about

Tthe two countries share the world's longest disputed border, along which China has on many occasions transgressed into India to achieve a strategic advantage. #India #China #Arunachal Pradesh #Narendra Modi #ConnectTheDots #Uttarakhand #People's Liberation Army #Chamoli #Border infiltration #Chinese incursion #NSG membership #Bara Hoti
Beijing 2008 stadiums in disrepair but 2022 Winter Olympics could revive Chinese investments

Jul 28, 2016

Beijing 2008 stadiums in disrepair but 2022 Winter Olympics could revive Chinese investments

After the 2008 Beijing Olympics, China has faced challengers in finding new uses for its Olympic investments, with many venues falling into disrepair. #China #Beijing #Olympics #Rio 2016 #Winter Olympics #Rio #Beijing Olympics #Rio Olympics #Fu Niu Lele #Bird's Nest stadium #Rio Games #Huanhuan #Beibei #Jingjing #Yingying #Nini
For transparent Brics, India must push for greater engagement with civil society

Jul 28, 2016

For transparent Brics, India must push for greater engagement with civil society

However, in the interests of a fair and transparent BRICS, it is better to engage with civil society. And India, with its strong democratic traditions and a robust civil society can play a strong role in ensuring this. #India #China #Civil society #Brazil #Russia #BRICs #CriticalPoint #South Africa #Trans Pacific Partnership #Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership
South China Sea dispute: Beijing emerges more muscular after Asean meet

Jul 27, 2016

South China Sea dispute: Beijing emerges more muscular after Asean meet

Daring to take on China in a territorial dispute in the South China Sea, the Philippines went to an international tribunal for justice, and won big. #China #US #NewsTracker #Philippines #Asean #Cambodia #South China Sea dispute #Vientiane #The hague tribunal