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India flags concerns to China over PoK rail link and trade

Ansari is on a five-day visit to China to take part in the 60th anniversary of Panchsheel.

THE SEE-OFF

For the first time, Chinese authorities sent two officials from its embassy in New Delhi to see him off at the airport.

Focus on Beijing

Dealing with China will require a foreign policy more agile and clear-sighted.

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China PM Li Keqiang rings Narendra Modi with offer of ‘robust partnership’

Modi noted that China ‘was always a priority’ in India’s foreign policy, and welcomed ‘greater economic engagement’ between the two countries.

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Chinesetakeaway: African Railway

From America to Asia and Europe to Africa, Chinese leaders are offering technology, finance and project management in the construction of high-speed rail networks.

Clearing the air

China has declared war on air pollution. India needs to resume a long-derailed discussion on air quality.

Have told China of concern over works in PoK: India

India has expressed reservations to China over its activities in PoK,says Mathai.

Chinese takeaway: Li in Pak

During his two-day stay in Pakistan,Li will meet President Asif Ali Zardari

Kotnis true friend,remembered as freedom fighter in China: Li to his family

A “true friend” of the Chinese people,Dwarkanath Shantaram Kotnis is also remembered as a “freedom fighter” in China — this is how Chinese Premier Li Keqiang described the doctor when he met his family members here on Tuesday.

Guest of honour: Chinese Premier to meet Kotnis kin today

It’s a proud moment for us and a rare honour being bestowed upon the family and my brother,” said 92-year-old Manorama Kotnis,Dr Dwarkanath Shantaram Kotnis’s sister,who will meet Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Tuesday.

India Inc to ink deals worth $1.4 bn

Indian and Chinese enterprises are set to sign agreements worth $1.41 billion (Rs 7,755 crore) during Chinese Premier Li Keqiang’s ongoing visit to India.

Tibetans Protest

Three Tibetan activists from the organisation Students for a Free Tibet (India),staged a protest against Chinese Premier Li Keqiang’s India visit at 11 am on Monday.

Diversions for Li visit lead to snarls,brace for more today

Thousands of commuters were stuck in traffic snarls in Central Delhi on Monday morning,due to traffic restrictions placed on account of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang’s visit to the national capital.

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Li visit to affect traffic today,four Metro stations closed

The Tibetan-dominated area of Majnu Ka Tila was put under police lockdown on Sunday to avoid any disruption to the movement of visiting Chinese premier Li Keqiang.

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