BCCI unlikely to sever ties with IPL title sponsors VIVO if 'exit clause' favours Chinese mobile phone company, says report
After the India-China clash in Galwan Valley, BCCI had stated that there would be a review of the IPL sponsors
Rise of a paranoid superpower: Xi Jinping’s China is making costly strategic blunders in pursuit of greatness
China has alienated regional players and given rise to a renewed push for Asian multilateralism underwritten by the US.
India-China standoff: Military officials to hold third round of talks to diffuse tension along LAC, will meet in Chushul sector at 10.30 am
On Tuesday, both India and China are expected to deliberate on the implementation of an agreement arrived at the first round of the Lt General talks on 6 June, the sources said.
PM-CARES received donations from Chinese companies, fund being run in opaque manner, alleges Congress' Abhishek Manu Singhvi
Singhvi alleged that the PM-CARES fund is not even subjected to audit by any public authority, including the CAG.
During the protest at Behala in the southwestern part of the city on Saturday, some agitators claimed they have quit their jobs as Zomato has a sizeable Chinese investment and urged people to stop ordering food via the company.
Weeks after Galwan Valley clash, satellite images show China has built outpost, track along LAC; stone wall erected on Indian side
The images appeared to show that the Indians had built a wall on their side and the China had expanded an outpost camp at the end of a long road connected to Chinese military bases farther from the poorly defined border
Prasar Bharati threatens to cancel PTI's subscription, accuses news agency of 'anti-national' reportage
Prasar Bharati is the largest subscriber of PTI, which is a not-for-profit privately-run news agency and has over 1,000 full-time employees
Indian envoy asks China to move back to its side of LAC, pointing at PLA incursion into sovereign territory
Indian envoy to China Vikram Misri told PTI that India hopes that China will "move back to its side of LAC" offering a completely different picture of the situation along the LAC near eastern Ladakh
China has not disclosed the number of casualties on its side of the LAC with India, though a report by India Today said Indian forces turned over the bodies of 16 Chinese soldiers
Boris Johnson calls India-China border conflict 'very serious and worrying', says UK is closely monitoring situation
The first official statement of Johnson came during his weekly Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs) in the House of Commons on Wednesday.
Galwan Valley standoff: Amid India-China 'deescalation', Beijing lashes out at New Delhi, blaming it for LAC clash
Zhao Lijian reasserted China’s claim that the confrontation on 15 June in the Galwan Valley, part of the disputed Ladakh region, occurred on China’s side of the Actual Line of Control and Indian forces had illegally entered Chinese territory.
India and China to maintain communication at diplomatic and military levels, says MEA after talks over Galwan Valley clash
India and China held diplomatic talks through video conference to explore ways to ease tension along the Line of Actual Control in the eastern Ladakh region.
Chinese propaganda outlets accuse India of pursuing 'territorial revisionist policy,' claim New Delhi trying to divert attention from COVID-19 crisis
Mouthpieces of the Chinese government have sought to link the clashes along the LAC with India's efforts to 'divert attention from the government's incompetence in handling the COVID-19.'
India and China hold diplomatic talks over Ladakh standoff; MEA says both countries should respect Line of Actual Control
India and China held diplomatic talks through video conference on the border standoff in midst of fresh details emerging that China has strengthened its position in several areas in eastern Ladakh.
Army chief General MM Naravane reviews security in Ladakh, visits 18 soldiers injured in Galwan Valley clash
Naravane reviewed the overall security situation in Ladakh with Northern Army Commander Lt Gen Yogesh Kumar Joshi, commander of the 14 Corps Lt Gen Harinder Singh and other senior Army officials on Tuesday afternoon.
Campaigns against fake news tackle its supply, but more vital work perhaps lies in addressing the demand for it
If moral sense is innate in humans, just as a sense of language is, then it follows that fake news is appealing to the moral sensibilities of many in a way that more factual reporting is not. Without understanding and tackling this, we are unlikely to succeed in tackling the global information crisis.
‘India, China don’t need any help to resolve disputes’: Russia's foreign minister rules out mediating between countries over Ladakh stand-off
Russia ruled out mediating between India and China following the violent clashes in the Galwan Valley, saying the two nations do not need any kind of assistance to resolve their disputes
Chinese govt mouthpiece Global Times takes aim at India's economic credentials after a week of tirades against Indian Army
Even as the Chinese foreign ministry announced Tuesday that People's Liberation Army and the Indian Army have agreed to take necessary measures to "cool down" the situation at their borders, recent coverage of Beijing's mouthpiece Global Times is a patchwork of anti-India tirade and systematic attacks on India's economic credentials
India-China border conflict due to Narendra Modi govt's 'mismanagement and wrong policies', says Sonia Gandhi
Addressing the meeting, Sonia also hit out at the government for "mercilessly" raising petrol and diesel prices for 17 consecutive days, even when global prices of crude oil were falling.
Ladakh face-off: India, China armies agree to disengage along LAC after commanders' meet; Beijing dismisses reports of 40 Chinese casualties
Indian and Chinese military commanders have agreed to disengage forces facing off over a disputed stretch of border where a clash last week left 20 Indian soldiers dead, an Indian government source said