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China's military provokes its neighbours, but the message is meant for the United States
World

China's military provokes its neighbours, but the message is meant for the United States

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

'You can bark, but you can't bite': A look at why China may well call the world's bluff on Hong Kong
World

'You can bark, but you can't bite': A look at why China may well call the world's bluff on Hong Kong

China long depended on Hong Kong to be everything it was not. The city’s freewheeling capitalism and personal freedoms, both absent from the mainland, made it one of the world’s premier financial hubs. Together, they flourished for decades.

In China's coronavirus crisis, President Xi Jinping sees a crucible to strengthen his reign
World

In China's coronavirus crisis, President Xi Jinping sees a crucible to strengthen his reign

Before an adulatory crowd of university professors and students, China’s leader, Xi Jinping, offered a strikingly bold message about the global coronavirus pandemic

Toll in China due to coronavirus rises to 82 as Beijing reports first casualty; Chinese premier Li Keqiang visits Wuhan
World

Toll in China due to coronavirus rises to 82 as Beijing reports first casualty; Chinese premier Li Keqiang visits Wuhan

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Monday visited Wuhan, the first such trip by a top leader to the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak, to boost the morale of millions of beleaguered people and medical staff,

China’s economic growth slows to 6.2% , weakest in 27 years, as demand falters in face of US trade pressure
World

China’s economic growth slows to 6.2% , weakest in 27 years, as demand falters in face of US trade pressure

China’s economic growth slowed to 6.2% in the second quarter, its weakest pace in at least 27 years, as demand at home and abroad faltered.

China to scrap ownership limits for foreign investors in financial sector in 2020; will also open manufacturing sector
Business

China to scrap ownership limits for foreign investors in financial sector in 2020; will also open manufacturing sector

China also will further open its manufacturing sector, including the auto industry, while reducing its negative investment list that restricts foreign investment in some areas

Game of Thrones: Tencent Video delays broadcast of HBO series finale in China, evoking fan outrage
Entertainment

Game of Thrones: Tencent Video delays broadcast of HBO series finale in China, evoking fan outrage

An hour before the scheduled Game of Thrones broadcast, one of Tencent Video’s official accounts on Weibo, a Chinese social media site, announced that the airing would be postponed.

China assists Pakistan with $2.2 bn for dwindling forex reserves, move to help Islamabad avert possible default on external debts
World

China assists Pakistan with $2.2 bn for dwindling forex reserves, move to help Islamabad avert possible default on external debts

China on Monday pumped in $2.2 billion to cash-strapped Pakistan to shore up its close ally's foreign currency reserves and help avert a possible default on external debt payments.

Narendra Modi meets Mike Pence: In Trump's absence, VP's job will be to squeeze India into picking US over Russia
India

Narendra Modi meets Mike Pence: In Trump's absence, VP's job will be to squeeze India into picking US over Russia

India is the second largest importer of Iranian oil after China, sourcing more than 9 percent of its energy needs from Tehran.

Imran Khan returns from China: ‘Iron brother’ didn’t give money, instead forced Pakistan into a tough corner on IMF loans
World

Imran Khan returns from China: ‘Iron brother’ didn’t give money, instead forced Pakistan into a tough corner on IMF loans

What may particularly dismay Imran Khan is that instead of getting any money, he was made to listen to a boatload of sermons in China.

Imran Khan returns empty-handed from China: Xi Jinping forced to extend minimal aid to ally amid US trade war
World

Imran Khan returns empty-handed from China: Xi Jinping forced to extend minimal aid to ally amid US trade war

In conclusion therefore, Imran returned home empty handed. As the The Dawn observed, it is surprising that a prime minister should visit an important ally with expectations that were clearly belied by reality.

Narendra Modi in Japan: PM, Shinzo Abe hold 'fruitful' talks on terrorism, Mumbai-Ahmedabad high speed rail project
India

Narendra Modi in Japan: PM, Shinzo Abe hold 'fruitful' talks on terrorism, Mumbai-Ahmedabad high speed rail project

Shinzo Abe hosted Narendra Modi in Japan days after he went to Beijing where held talks with Premier Li Keqiang and President Xi Jinping.

Imran Khan to visit China next week seeking funds as financial crisis deepens in Pakistan
World

Imran Khan to visit China next week seeking funds as financial crisis deepens in Pakistan

Khan will meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang on the November 2-5 trip which will take in Beijing and and Shanghai.

Japan and China seek to mend ties amid trade friction with US; Shinzo Abe visits Beijing for first bilateral meet since 2011
World

Japan and China seek to mend ties amid trade friction with US; Shinzo Abe visits Beijing for first bilateral meet since 2011

Japan, worried about China’s growing naval power, is keen for smooth economic ties with its biggest trading partner.

China denies Donald Trump's allegation of its meddling in US elections, demands Washington to show 'mutual respect'
World

China denies Donald Trump's allegation of its meddling in US elections, demands Washington to show 'mutual respect'

Accusations of election meddling are especially sensitive in the US, given the political maelstrom over Russia's alleged intervention to support Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential vote

German car makers relying on other countries for making car batteries
News & Analysis

German car makers relying on other countries for making car batteries

Tesla founder Elon Musk has also talked about locating a battery ‘Gigafactory’ near the Franco-German border.

China to build railway line connecting Tibet with Kathmandu, eyes 'cross-Himalayan connectivity network'
World

China to build railway line connecting Tibet with Kathmandu, eyes 'cross-Himalayan connectivity network'

China will build a railway connecting the western region of Tibet with Nepal, the China Daily reported on Friday, one of several bilateral deals signed during Nepali prime minister Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli's visit to Beijing

Nepal, China sign 8 deals worth $2.24 billion; hydroelectric, farming, water projects set to receive funds
India

Nepal, China sign 8 deals worth $2.24 billion; hydroelectric, farming, water projects set to receive funds

These agreements were reached between the two governments and private sectors where Chinese investors will put money on developing hydroelectricity, water resources, cement factories and fruit cultivation and farming.

KP Sharma Oli in China: Nepal PM to hold talks with Premier Li Keqiang, expected to sign infrastructure projects
World

KP Sharma Oli in China: Nepal PM to hold talks with Premier Li Keqiang, expected to sign infrastructure projects

Nepal prime minister KP Sharma Oli on Monday left for China where he will hold talks with his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang.

Narendra Modi among top 10 in Forbes list of world's most powerful people; China's Xi Jinping leads chart
India

Narendra Modi among top 10 in Forbes list of world's most powerful people; China's Xi Jinping leads chart

Modi has been ranked among the top 10 most powerful people in the world by Forbes in a list that has been topped for the first time ever by China's Xi Jinping