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US revives infra projects in Asia with India as key player to counter China’s OBOR

The NSR project, which was first announced by then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a speech in Chennai in 2011, focuses on Afghanistan and its neighbours.

US revives two infra projects in Asia to counter China’s OBOR, India to play vital role

The Trump administration’s move to revive two major infrastructure projects will act as a counter to China’s ambitious Belt and Road initiative.

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China seeks safe steering of bike-sharing boom to clear cluttered streets

China published draft guidelines to regulate the booming bicycle-sharing industry who have cluttered up sidewalks with bikes despite raising millions in funding.

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‘China will pursue active foreign policy in Asia-Pacific’

People’s Republic of China is developing capabilities to deter third party interventions in the Asia-Pacific region.

Moody’s downgrades China rating to A1 from Aa3, warns of fading financial strength

The downgrade reflects Moody’s expectation that China’s financial strength will erode somewhat over the coming years, with economy-wide debt continuing to rise as potential growth slows.

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China urges North Korea talks, skirts questions on US sanctions push

The Trump administration has been aggressively pressing China to rein in North Korea, warning that all options are on the table if Pyongyang persists with its weapons development.

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India’s electric vehicles push likely to benefit Chinese car makers

Electric vehicles are expensive due to high battery costs, and car makers say a lack of charging stations in India could make the whole proposition unviable.

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China makes it mandatory for nationals to use ID for air travel

The new security rule was introduced yesterday without notice at several airports.

South Korea tourist numbers hit after China boycott

Beijing imposed a boycott on March 15 on Chinese tour groups visiting the South in a spat over the US Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system.

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China urges North Korea not to violate United Nations resolutions

North Korea said on Monday that Sunday’s launch met all technical requirements that could allow mass-production of the missile.

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A short history of the relationship: China-Pakistan, bhai-bhai

The countries describe their friendship as being ‘higher than the mountains, deeper than the oceans, sweeter than honey’.

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Raja Mandala: Modi diplomacy, part two

Three years into his term, PM must deal with changes in great power dynamics, border troubles and backlash in the West against immigration

Indian doctors, their families stranded in China’s Shenzhen leave for Macau

A tour operator in Mumbai failed to make payments to a Chinese travel agency for the doctors and their families who were on a tour of China.

Philippine minister starts damage control after Rodrigo Duterte’s China war remark

Rodrigo Duterte said on Friday that Chinese President Xi warned him there would be war if he tried to explore for oil in a stretch of the sea that China and the Philippines claim.

China to flesh out its Antarctic ambitions at treaty meeting

China has established four Antarctic research stations since 1983. It plans to start construction of an airfield later this year.