India China Relations

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Ahead of PM Modi visit, India’s hardtalk on China trade: open up

China has been warned “in as many words” that New Delhi may subsequently restrict Chinese imports of “non-essential items.


India, China to hold border talks in Delhi from tomorrow

The high-profile visit was overshadowed by the intrusion of Chinese troops at Chumar in Ladakh region.

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Sushma Swaraj proposes six-point template to boost India-China ties

Sushma Swaraj said she will be attending the Russia, India, China Foreign Ministers meet tomorrow.


A foreign economic policy

Modi’s success with China, US depends on ability to bring economics to the centre.

India, China to promote cooperation in film sector

India and China also agreed that the Chinese Films Co-production Commission would interact more closely with the I&B Ministry.


‘Inch towards Miles’ is Modi mantra as Xi arrives today

Modi is also likely to gift a copy of the Gita to the Chinese President, talk about Buddhism values and make a bid for peace in the region.

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India unlikely to give China market economy status

Lack of transparency cited as one of the reasons for not granting ‘market economy’ status to China.


Xi Jinping arrives tomorrow, wants PM Narendra Modi on board for Southern Silk Road

China President wants to revive ancient route as BCIM trade corridor.


Officials deny Chinese role in destroying tents along LAC

There have been four Chinese intrusions along LAC over the past 15 days.


Moving beyond the Panchsheel deception

India and China must develop a new framework for bilateral relations, unshackled by empty rituals and symbols.

‘Wahan mat jao policy must end, border needs to be accessible’

The Chinese foreign minister’s visit at the very beginning of the tenure of the government shows that India and China are going to move together.

Need to boost troops along China border, says Rijiju

The BJP MP from Arunachal West constituency hoped that visit of Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi next month and top Chinese leadership later this year will herald a new era in India-China relationship.


Deciphering Modi

For now, Beijing will listen to what he says, watch what he does.


So that 1962 is history

Let’s confront the civil-military trends Henderson Brooks report points to.


Allow greater interaction between Indian, Chinese people: Vice President

Hamid Ansari says since India and China are strategic partners and neighbours, they must open their doors to build solid bilateral ties.