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Following Shinzo Abe's visit, China says it is opposed to foreign investment in India's North East
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Following Shinzo Abe's visit, China says it is opposed to foreign investment in India's North East

Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying told the media that China is opposed to any foreign investment in the "disputed areas".

BRICS Summit 2017: Xi Jinping makes indirect reference to Doka La, calls for diplomacy to resolve 'issues'
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BRICS Summit 2017: Xi Jinping makes indirect reference to Doka La, calls for diplomacy to resolve 'issues'

Xi Jinping also appeared to take a reconciliatory tone at BRICS when he, without directly referring to the Doka La standoff, underlined that "peace and development" should be the underpin to resolve issues

Doka La standoff ends? China downplays agreement to withdraw troops in region, silent on plans to build road
India

Doka La standoff ends? China downplays agreement to withdraw troops in region, silent on plans to build road

China remained silent on its plans to build a road, which sparked the prolonged standoff in the Doka La area near Sikkim, and said it would "make adjustments" with the situation on the ground

Sikkim standoff: Full text of Chinese foreign ministry's press conference on Doka La disengagement
India

Sikkim standoff: Full text of Chinese foreign ministry's press conference on Doka La disengagement

This is the full text of the press conference held by China's foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying after troops were withdrawn in Sikkim.

Sikkim standoff: China says India's decision to build road in Ladakh will 'worsen' Doklam dispute
India

Sikkim standoff: China says India's decision to build road in Ladakh will 'worsen' Doklam dispute

China on Thursday said India has "slapped its own face" by deciding to build a road near Pangong Lake in Ladakh and it would only worsen the Doklam dispute.

Donald Trump's Afghanistan policy: China defends Pakistan after US accuses it of backing terrorists
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Donald Trump's Afghanistan policy: China defends Pakistan after US accuses it of backing terrorists

China on Tuesday jumped to the defence of its ally Pakistan in the wake of US president Donald Trump's stern warning to it over providing safe havens to terrorists.

Scuffle in Ladakh: Beijing claims Indian soldiers started trouble, injured Chinese soldiers
India

Scuffle in Ladakh: Beijing claims Indian soldiers started trouble, injured Chinese soldiers

China on Monday blamed Indian troops for a scuffle between the two Armies in Ladakh sector

China warns US against 'trade war', appeals to preserve bilateral ties
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China warns US against 'trade war', appeals to preserve bilateral ties

China's government on Thursday warned "there is no winner in a trade war" after an aide to President Donald Trump called in published comments for a tougher stance toward Beijing.

China's military defends PLA choppers entering Indian airspace, call it regular patrolling
India

China's military defends PLA choppers entering Indian airspace, call it regular patrolling

China defended PLA helicopters hovering over Barahoti region in Uttarakhand, saying the Chinese military carry out regular patrolling in the relevant areas.

China hopes India-Pakistan tensions ease after Shanghai Cooperation Organisation membership
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China hopes India-Pakistan tensions ease after Shanghai Cooperation Organisation membership

China said that it hoped the tensions between India and Pakistan will ease after they are awarded the full membership of SCO.

India's NSG bid: China confirms that it's stance hasn't changed, will block New Delhi's plea for membership again
India

India's NSG bid: China confirms that it's stance hasn't changed, will block New Delhi's plea for membership again

China on Monday said it has not changed its position on India's membership bid for the NSG, saying it will again block India's plea at the plenary session in Bern.

China reacts warily to India-Singapore naval drill exercise in South China sea
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China reacts warily to India-Singapore naval drill exercise in South China sea

Reacting to the naval exercise being held by India and Singapore in the South China Sea, China said such activities shouldn't hurt the "interests of other countries"

China circumvents questions related to CPEC traversing through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir
India

China circumvents questions related to CPEC traversing through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir

India skipped the Belt and Road Forum (BRF) held in Bejing on 14-15 May due to its sovereignty concerns over the China–Pakistan Economic Corridor which passes through PoK.

China threatens US bomber flying in East China sea, says should respect its air defence zone
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China threatens US bomber flying in East China sea, says should respect its air defence zone

China said on Thursday the United States should respect its air defence identification zone (ADIZ).

China expresses dismay over Dalai Lama's visit to India for public event
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China expresses dismay over Dalai Lama's visit to India for public event

China expressed Monday its discontent to the Indian government after the Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama attended a public event in India.

China lashes out at US for interfering in its internal affairs
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China lashes out at US for interfering in its internal affairs

China on Saturday lashed out at the US for describing jail sentences given to four human rights activists as "politically motivated", saying American accusations are groundless and constituted interference in its internal affairs

'What was all the chest-thumping?': Omar Abdullah questions Dolkun Isa's visa cancellation
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'What was all the chest-thumping?': Omar Abdullah questions Dolkun Isa's visa cancellation

Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Monday hit out at the Centre for cancelling the visa given to a Chinese dissident.

China tried to hack US firms even after cyber pact: CrowdStrike
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China tried to hack US firms even after cyber pact: CrowdStrike

Hackers associated with the Chinese government have tried to penetrate at least seven U.S. companies in the three weeks since Washington and Beijing agreed not to spy on each other for commercial reasons, according to a prominent U.S. security firm.

China reaffirms claim on Arunachal, calls McMahon Line illegal
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China reaffirms claim on Arunachal, calls McMahon Line illegal

Sticking to its stand that McMahon Line on India-China boundary is "illegal", China on Monday said it was ready to work with India to resolve the vexed border issue at an early date through "friendly consultations" to create more favourable conditions for bilateral ties.

China 'keen' on resolving border dispute during Modi visit
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China 'keen' on resolving border dispute during Modi visit

China on Wednesday said it was keen to strive for "more progress" on the resolution of the boundary dispute with India during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit here next week.