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Oct 23, 2017
Shinzo Abe's landslide win marks an inflection point in India-Japan bilateral relationshipShinzo Abe's win landslide electoral win comes at an important time in Asian geopolitics and is likely to mark an inflection point in Japan's bilateral relationship with India. No Japanese premier has invested so much in institutionalising the ties, and no Indian prime minister before Narendra Modi has reciprocated with so much gusto. The reasons behind firming up of the ties just became stronger.
Oct 23, 2017
After storming to 'super-majority' vote win, Japan's Shinzo Abe targets North KoreaPrime Minister Shinzo Abe stormed to a landslide "super-majority" in snap Japanese elections, near complete projections showed Monday, with the hardline nationalist immediately pledging to "deal firmly" with North Korea.
Oct 21, 2017
Nirmala Sitharaman to attend ASEAN defence ministers' meeting in Philippines on MondayIn her first foreign visit as defence minister, Nirmala Sitharaman will travel to the Philippines on Monday to attend a South Asian defence ministers' meeting
Oct 18, 2017
Communist Party of China's 19th Congress: Xi Jinping assures neighbours to resolve disputes through dialoguePresident Xi Jinping on Wednesday assured jittery neighbours that China is ready to resolve its disputes through dialogue but not at the expense of Beijing's strategic interests, as he opened a key meeting of the ruling Communist party elite that will shore up his grip on power with a second term and even an unprecedented third innings at the helm.
Oct 09, 2017
Beijing will continue to build road in Doka La despite India's 'eccentric' reaction, says Chinese dailyChina will continue to build the road in Doka La and India's strong reaction to the "logical" construction is "eccentric", a Chinese daily said on Monday.
Sep 27, 2017
China should respect neighbours' interests and solve disputes, says its official mediaChina should respect its neighbours' interests and solve bilateral disputes to minimise opposition to Beijing's quest for global influence, official media said on Wednesday, weeks after the resolution of the Doka La standoff with India.
Sep 26, 2017
US defence secretary James Mattis seeks deeper military ties with India amid China's influenceDefense Secretary James Mattis held talks with Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Tuesday to deepen military ties including the potential sales of US jet fighters and surveillance drones that experts say are aimed at helping it rein in China’s influence in the region.
Sep 25, 2017
Chinese vessel sails by disputed island in East China Sea; Japan calls it second such incident in a weekChinese coast guard vessels sailed near disputed islands claimed by Japan and China in the East China Sea on Monday, marking the second such incident in less than a week
Sep 20, 2017
China hits back at Donald Trump's barb over South China Sea, says US poses greater threat to sovereigntyChina hit back on Wednesday at US president Donald Trump's veiled criticism of its territorial claims in the disputed South China Sea, countering that the United States was a greater threat to sovereignty.
Sep 18, 2017
Sushma Swaraj holds trilateral talks with US, Japan counterparts at UN General Assemby, discusses maritime securityForeign ministers of India, Japan and the US on Monday emphasised on the need for ensuring freedom of navigation, respect for international law and peaceful resolution of disputes, as they held a trilateral meeting in the backdrop of Doka La crisis and assertive Chinese behaviour.