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India-China standoff: How possibility of escalation has reduced but that of continued stalemate increased
India

India-China standoff: How possibility of escalation has reduced but that of continued stalemate increased

China is aware that any further attempt at salami slicing would be met with resolute firmness. Enhanced deployment will be the future along the LAC

In first intrusion of 2022, four Chinese coast guard ships enter Japanese waters in Senkaku Islands
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In first intrusion of 2022, four Chinese coast guard ships enter Japanese waters in Senkaku Islands

The Japanese-administered islands in Okinawa Prefecture are claimed by China, which calls them Diaoyu Islands

COVID, China and climate: Big themes to look forward to at World Economic Forum's online Davos event
World

COVID, China and climate: Big themes to look forward to at World Economic Forum's online Davos event

The gathering, an online alternative to the event typically held in Davos, will feature speeches by the leaders of countries as well as panel discussions with business, government and philanthropy figures

Central govt to study drug pricing in 10 countries to make medicines affordable in India
India

Central govt to study drug pricing in 10 countries to make medicines affordable in India

The objective of the research is to understand the drug pricing methodology adopted in the international market covering at least 10 countries, including China, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and the United States

Won't let any attempt to change status quo along India's border to succeed: General Naravane on Army Day
India

Won't let any attempt to change status quo along India's border to succeed: General Naravane on Army Day

Referring to the Eastern Ladakh standoff, Gen Naravane said that to keep the situation under control the 14th round military-level talks were held between India and China recently

AFC Women's Asian Cup 2022: India squad, schedule, match timings and live streaming
Sports

AFC Women's Asian Cup 2022: India squad, schedule, match timings and live streaming

Here's all you need to know about Indian women's football team at AFC Women's Asian Cup 2022.

India-China trade grows to record $125 billion in 2021 despite tensions in eastern Ladakh
India

India-China trade grows to record $125 billion in 2021 despite tensions in eastern Ladakh

China's exports to India from January to December rose 46.2 percent to $97.52 billion, while India's exports to China grew by 34.2 percent to $28.14 billion

China must realise changing names does not change sovereignty
India

China must realise changing names does not change sovereignty

China has released ‘new’ names for 15 places situated in Arunachal Pradesh. Time for India to reassert its claim on Minsar near Mt Kailash, and support Thimbu in its claims of the eight Bhutanese enclaves located in Western Tibet

'Seeking to covertly interfere in UK politics': MI5 warn lawmakers of active Chinese spy in parliament
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'Seeking to covertly interfere in UK politics': MI5 warn lawmakers of active Chinese spy in parliament

The Chinese embassy in London denied the accusations, saying 'we have no need and never seek to 'buy influence' in any foreign parliament'

Explained: Why didn't China send troops to aid Kazakhstan?
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Explained: Why didn't China send troops to aid Kazakhstan?

China's response to the crisis underscores how it prefers to influence outcomes with verbal assurances and offers of assistance, without committing troops

Under China's zero-COVID policy, people forced to move to quarantine camps, live in metal boxes
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Under China's zero-COVID policy, people forced to move to quarantine camps, live in metal boxes

China has been adhering to a strict zero-COVID approach since the start of the pandemic, and has imposed several harsh laws on its residents.

US lays out most detailed case yet against 'unlawful' China maritime claims
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US lays out most detailed case yet against 'unlawful' China maritime claims

Releasing the study, a State Department statement called again on Beijing "to cease its unlawful and coercive activities in the South China Sea."

Chinese woman's blogs about being stuck in blind date's home after city lockdown go viral
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Chinese woman's blogs about being stuck in blind date's home after city lockdown go viral

Over 100 virus cases have been reported in the central Chinese city of Zhengzhou since last week, as China battles to contain multiple local outbreaks of the Delta and Omicron variants

China's Tianjin orders second round of testing on 14 million residents following 97 Omicron cases
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China's Tianjin orders second round of testing on 14 million residents following 97 Omicron cases

Infections were first reported on Saturday in the city that is only about an hour from Beijing, which is to host the Winter Olympics from 4 February

How irregular warfare has become a new threat to India’s national security
India

How irregular warfare has become a new threat to India’s national security

India must prepare itself for the ‘gray zone’ warfare that is going to be upon it sooner than later, especially in the North East

Threat has not reduced, will continue to deal with China in firm manner: Army chief on border row
India

Threat has not reduced, will continue to deal with China in firm manner: Army chief on border row

General MM Naravane also said that the Indian Army is more than adequately prepared to deal with any military ramifications of China's new land boundary law

Taiwan passes extra $8.6 billion in defence budget as China threat grows
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Taiwan passes extra $8.6 billion in defence budget as China threat grows

Democratic Taiwan lives under constant threat of an invasion by authoritarian China, which claims the self-ruled island as part of its territory to be seized one day — by force if necessary

Beijing Winter Olympics 2022: Sweden won't send any government representatives to Games due to COVID-19
Sports

Beijing Winter Olympics 2022: Sweden won't send any government representatives to Games due to COVID-19

"This is not a diplomatic boycott," sports minister Anders Ygeman told Swedish news agency TT.

Northeast rebel groups regrouping in China-Myanmar borderlands: Security experts
India

Northeast rebel groups regrouping in China-Myanmar borderlands: Security experts

Groups such as the United Liberation Front of Assam (I), People's Liberation Army of Manipur and splinter factions of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (K) who are against peace talks, are believed to be regrouping in the borderland

Millions more locked down as China battles Omicron spread
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Millions more locked down as China battles Omicron spread

Beijing is on high alert for new outbreaks as it prepares to host the Winter Olympics next mo