Chennai summit: Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping avoid Kashmir, discuss trade deficit and hit right notes but it's tricky to trust Beijing
India-China engagement is always accompanied by lofty rhetoric. Xi Jinping and Narendra Modi's latest schmoozing was described by the Chinese president himself as 'in-depth', 'heart-to-heart', 'candid' where they apparently talked of 'pragmatic cooperation' and 'consolidating the foundation'.
Xi, Modi Mamallapuram summit highlights: China agrees to set new mechanism to address India's concerns on trade deficit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday agreed to set up a new mechanism for matters relating to trade and investment and felt the two countries should cooperate on important regional and global issues
Narendra Modi-Xi Jinping meeting at Mamallapuram Updates: PM accepts invite to hold next informal summit in China
Narendra Modi-Xi Jinping meeting at Mamallapuram LIVE Updates: Briefing the media after the informal summit between India and China, foreign secretary Vijay Gokhale said, "China is ready to take sincere action to address India's concerns on trade deficit. The Chinese side also proposed that a high-level trade discussion channel be set up to address these specific concerns." He said, "from the Chinese side Vice President of China will engage with Indian finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman."
Narendra Modi-Xi Jinping meeting in Mamallapuram Updates: Chinese president, PM Modi to conclude Day 1 of summit with dinner at Shore Temple
Narendra Modi-Xi Jinping meeting at Mamallapuram Updates: After welcoming Xi Jinping in Mamallapuram, Narendra Modi gave him a tour of a temple complex in the shore town, which has the tag of a UNESCO World Heritage site
Modi-Xi Mamallapuram meet may achieve little beyond optics due to power imbalance between India, China
Mamallapuram provides an occasion for India to be clear-headed about this power imbalance and accordingly shape its strategy on China
Indian Navy, Coast Guard deploy warships near Mamallapuram shore to provide security for Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping meet
The summit will provide an opportunity for the two leaders to continue their discussions on overarching issues of bilateral, regional and global importance
Xi Jinping in India: Five suspected Tibetan protesters held outside Chennai hotel that will host Chinese president
Five suspected Tibetans were detained by the police on Friday for allegedly trying to stage a protest outside the star hotel where Chinese president Xi Jinping is slated to stay during his two-day visit
Modi-Xi 'informal' summit at Mamallapuram: Tracing history and China's connection with Tamil Nadu temple town
At around 2 pm, Xi will reach Chennai and then proceed to meet Modi for tea at a luxury hotel. From the capital of Tamil Nadu, Xi will then proceed to Mamallapuram.
EAM S Jaishankar likely to travel China in August to lay groundwork for Narendra Modi-Xi Jinping summit in October
In the Wuhan summit, Modi and Xi decided to issue "strategic guidance" to militaries of the two countries to strengthen communications to build trust and understanding
Narendra Modi-Xi Jinping SCO meet plagued by complexities in ties; trade ties, terrorism to be on top of agenda
Modi-Xi meeting will take place at a time when the memory of Doka La standoff is still fresh, relations with Pakistan remain a flashpoint between two nations, and the impasse over border dispute remains impregnable as ever
China says it is keen to work with reelected Prime Minister Narendra Modi to further deepen bilateral ties
President Xi on Thursday skipped protocol and congratulated Narendra Modi even before the formal declaration of the poll results.
Ready for Wuhan-style summit meet with India despite differences over BRI, says Chinese foreign minister
Asked if India's opposition to the BRI would undermine the new momentum generated by last year's informal summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese president Xi Jinping, Wang said the two leaders had a very successful meeting at Wuhan city
India, China determined to intensify efforts to resolve boundary question at Special Representatives' talks
India and China on Saturday resolved to "intensify" their efforts to achieve a "fair, reasonable and mutually acceptable" solution to the vexed boundary question
NSA Ajit Doval meets Chinese counterpart: New Delhi, Beijing resolve to find solution to boundary question
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Chinese state councillor and foreign minister Wang Yi met at Dujiangyan near Chengdu in southwestern Sichuan province for the 21st round of Special Representatives' (SR) talks.
Ajit Doval in China: NSA holds talks with counterpart Wang Yi, reviews progress of ties since Wuhan Summit
Besides the border dispute, the two senior officials at the picturesque Dujiangyan city, reviewed the progress made in bilateral ties since the Wuhan Summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping in April, officials said.
Ajit Doval in China: NSA to meet Foreign Minister Wang Yi today to review progress of bilateral since Wuhan Summit
Doval and Wang are the designated special representatives for border talks between India and China.
Despite blooming bromance between US and India, dissonance over tackling the China threat is glaringly evident
There is an almost deliberate attempt on India’s part to play down the security angle of the quadrilateral meeting and place it within the larger context of ASEAN primacy. The subtext is clear: any third nation (read China) need not feel threatened.
India, China ties see positive tidings, but Beijing's propensity to shield Pakistan remains stumbling block
The Indian side needs to tell China in clear terms that Beijing’s attempts to court the Afghan Taliban are not conducive for regional peace and stability.
Air India succumbs to China's strong-arm tactics on Taiwan: 'Quad member' India has weakened own position
In contrast to the US and Australia, Indian capitulation has been swift. Air India succumbed to Chinese pressure to refer to Taiwan as 'Chinese Taipei.'
China calls for trilateral meeting with India and Pakistan, says 'we cannot stand another Doka La incident'
China proposed a trilateral summit to solve issues between India and Pakistan, days after Xi Jinping accepted Narendra Modi's invitation to visit India for an informal meeting in 2019.