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Dec 01, 2017
India should participate in China's OBOR project for its own economic benefit, says Manish TewariIndia should participate in China's 'One Belt, One Road' project — and take economic advantage from it, senior Congress leader Manish Tewari said
Nov 03, 2017
China again blocks bid to have Masood Azhar designated 'global terrorist': Why is JeM chief so important to Beijing?India's refusal to join OBOR, its stance over the Doka La standoff, it providing shelter to the Dalai Lama have all irked China
Oct 26, 2017
SAARC is 'jammed'; countries not on same page on terrorism, says Foreign Secretary S JaishankarForeign Secretary S Jaishankar said on Thursday SAARC is a "jammed" vehicle as "one country" is not connected to the other members on the key issue of terrorism.
Oct 20, 2017
Rex Tillerson's speech on ties with India shows that if Doka La conflict were to be repeated, US will be more proactiveUS Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's speech, where he laid down some of the most important markers for India-US relationship, was remarkable for its clarity, vision and matter-of-fact bluntness that are rarely seen in the world of high diplomacy and statecraft.
Oct 17, 2017
Communist Party of China holds 19th Congress on Wednesday: What is it about and why is it important?The Communist Party of China congress is a twice-a-decade political meeting to reshuffle leadership positions in the country.
Oct 04, 2017
US backs India's stand on China's OBOR, says it passes through disputed territoryThe Donald Trump administration on Wednesday threw its weight behind India's opposition to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
Oct 02, 2017
Govt must resist RSS' call to integrate Jammu and Kashmir: Move could bolster China-Pakistan axisRSS chief Mohan Bhagwat's call for to integrate Jammu and Kashmir could fuel fresh trouble in the state while also bolstering China-Pakistan axis in the region
Sep 26, 2017
Sushma Swaraj's UN speech arrogant but there is terrorism in Pakistan, says Chinese mediaTerming as "arrogant" External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's scathing attack on Islamabad at the UN for being the pre-eminent terror factory, a state-run Chinese daily today in a grudging admission said "there is indeed terrorism in Pakistan".
Sep 23, 2017
Rahul Gandhi’s US trip does little to improve his image; Congress needs more than a PR exerciseIf the purpose of Rahul Gandhi's US visit was to convince the world of his leadership acumen, then it is a tacit admission that he suffers from an image deficiency problem
Sep 04, 2017
BRICS Summit 2017: India, China may be past Doka La, but CPEC will hound Narendra Modi-Xi Jinping bonhomieAn end to Doka La standoff saved Xi Jinping from an embarrassing face-to-face meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi