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China puts up advertisements depicting environmental issues in India

Jul 06, 2015

China puts up advertisements depicting environmental issues in India

China, the world's largest carbon emitter, has put up advertisements at public places depicting the environmental issues in Indian cities like Mumbai to warn its people about the impact of climate change #India #China #Environment #NewsTracker #Advertisement #Pollution #carbon emission
Opening up rare earth mining key for India to deal with Chinese might

Jul 06, 2015

Opening up rare earth mining key for India to deal with Chinese might

Despite its withdrawal of export quotas, China could impose stringent regulations to restrict supplies of critical Rare Earth elements to India and other nations. #China #WTO #rare earth mining #export restrictions
Nuclear-armed rivals India, Pakistan to start process of joining China security bloc

Jul 06, 2015

Nuclear-armed rivals India, Pakistan to start process of joining China security bloc

The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) groups China, Russia and the former Soviet republics of Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, while India, Pakistan, Iran, Afghanistan and Mongolia are observers. #China #NewsTracker #"Inertial Inflation" #IndoPak relations #SCO summit #IndoPak
China rejects reports of presence of 5,000 PLA soldiers in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir

Jul 02, 2015

China rejects reports of presence of 5,000 PLA soldiers in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir

China has dismissed as "groundless" the reports that 5,000 PLA soldiers were posted in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. #World #India #China #Pakistan #Army #TheySaidIt #PoK #PLA #foreign-affairs #Pakistan Occupied Kashmir
Thousands march for Hong Kong democracy, but crowds down on last year| Reuters

Jul 02, 2015

Thousands march for Hong Kong democracy, but crowds down on last year| Reuters

HONG KONG Tens of thousands of Hong Kong protesters marched for full democracy on Wednesday and called on the Chinese-controlled city's leader to resign, just weeks after lawmakers voted down an electoral reform package backed by China. The turnout, estimated by organisers at 48,000, was one of the lowest for the march marking the anniversary of Hong Kong's return from British to Chinese rule in 1997. Last year's protest drew more than half a million people when debate over the city's democratic reforms was near fever pitch #China #Japan #Middle East #Europe #Hong Kong
Indian Ocean cannot be India's backyard, says China

Jul 01, 2015

Indian Ocean cannot be India's backyard, says China

The Indian Ocean cannot be a backyard of India which navies of other countries could not visit, according the Chinese ministry of defence in Beijing. #World #India #China #NewsTracker #Beijing #Indian Ocean #Chinese ministry of defence
Military hotline between armed forces of India and China to be set up soon

Jul 01, 2015

Military hotline between armed forces of India and China to be set up soon

A military hotline between the armed forces headquarters of India and China is expected to become operational soon. #World #India #China #Defence #NewsTracker #Army #Beijing #foreign-affairs #military hotline
Hong Kong expects large pro-democracy rally as it marks 1997 handover| Reuters

Jul 01, 2015

Hong Kong expects large pro-democracy rally as it marks 1997 handover| Reuters

HONG KONG Some seven months after Hong Kong police forcibly cleared pro-democracy street protesters from the streets, tens of thousands of people are expected to rally for free elections on Wednesday as the city marks the 18th anniversary of its return to China. A morning flag-raising ceremony will be attended by China's most senior official in Hong Kong, Zhang Xiaoming, who said this week the city should shift its focus from political reform and concentrate instead on economic development. Thousands of police will be on standby for the annual march marking the 1997 handover from Britain to China, media said, as tensions remain high following clashes over the weekend between pro-democracy activists and supporters of the central government in Beijing #Business #China #Middle East #Europe #United Kingdom #Latin America #Entertainment
Chinese submarine docking at Pakistan no big concern, says Indian Navy

Jun 30, 2015

Chinese submarine docking at Pakistan no big concern, says Indian Navy

Indian Navy on Tuesday responded to reports that a Chinese submarine had crossed the Arabian Sea and entered Karachi port last month. They said that it was not a matter of big concern but they were monitoring all such activities. #India #China #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Indian Navy #Chinese Submarine
Chinese submarine in Karachi: A worst case scenario for India, but here's what it needs to do

Jun 30, 2015

Chinese submarine in Karachi: A worst case scenario for India, but here's what it needs to do

But the problem is that the Karachi episode is a potential harbinger of things to come: China increasing its defence cooperation with Pakistan, and both are Indias arch-rivals. #HowThisWorks #India #China #Pakistan #Narendra Modi #Russia #Karachi #Submarine