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Smriti Irani discusses educational consortium, mutual recognition of degrees on maiden China visit

May 24, 2015

Smriti Irani discusses educational consortium, mutual recognition of degrees on maiden China visit

Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani, on her maiden visit to China, broached the idea of establishing a consortium of higher educational institutions and mutual recognition of academic degrees. #India #China #NewsTracker #UNESCO #Smriti Irani #Human Resource Development #International Conference on ICT and Post-2015 Education
Nearly 9,000 dead in quake-hit Nepal, 89 foreigners among over 300 missing

May 23, 2015

Nearly 9,000 dead in quake-hit Nepal, 89 foreigners among over 300 missing

About 240 Nepalese nationals and 89 foreigners are still missing since the country's worst earthquake jolted the Himalayan nation on 25 April, police said. #China #US #NewsTracker #Nepal #Indian Army #earthquake #Kathmandu #Disaster
India's relations with China need to be at very, very high alert:  Ajit Doval

May 23, 2015

India's relations with China need to be at very, very high alert: Ajit Doval

Settlement of the border issue is "critical" for India-China ties, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval said on Friday, as he called for a "larger plan" for "tackling" that country to resolve all ticklish matters. #India #China #BJP #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #Nepal #Bhutan #Modi #BSF #National Security Advisor #Ajit Doval #Mayanmar
Promises that he can't deliver: Have Modi's 18 foreign trips brought in the desired results?

May 22, 2015

Promises that he can't deliver: Have Modi's 18 foreign trips brought in the desired results?

A year in office and Prime Minister Narendra Modi has already visited 18 countries, and spent close to 55 days abroad, making financial commitments that far outstrip the resources at the foreign office's disposal. Earlier this year, the Modi government slashed the foreign office's funding for the current fiscal by 15 percent, forcing the resource-strapped external affairs ministry to pull back from key diplomatic commitments. #India #China #Narendra Modi #foreign relations #OneYearofModi
Ahead of Dalai Lama's 80th birthday, Tibetan man attempts self-immolation

May 22, 2015

Ahead of Dalai Lama's 80th birthday, Tibetan man attempts self-immolation

A father-of-four set himself on fire in protest at China's rule over Tibet, overseas media and rights groups said, adding it was unclear whether he survived. #World #India #China #NewsTracker #Tibet #Dalai Lama #Tibetan region

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From just another Chinese player to Grand Slam champion: The metamorphosis of Li Na

Sep 19, 2014

From just another Chinese player to Grand Slam champion: The metamorphosis of Li Na

Tennis stars come in all sizes, shapes, and personalities. Some of them stay in the spotlight throughout their playing careers and then fade into oblivion. But there are some others whose legacies continue to be written well after they hang up their rackets. And Li Na is one of them. #Sports #China #Tennis #Serena Williams #Roger Federer #French Open #Maria Sharapova #Li Na #Grand Slam champion
How power relationships among nations shaped the Ukraine crisis

Mar 04, 2014

How power relationships among nations shaped the Ukraine crisis

Editor's note: This is a reader we received on the piece 'Another Cold War? India cant ignore Crimea crisis in Ukraine'. As per Firstpost policy, the comment has been lightly edited for spellings and grammar. #India #China #Barack Obama #Syria #Russia #ConnectTheDots #Cold War #LetterstoFP #Vladimir Putin #Ukraine #US-Russia ties #Crimea