India China Ties

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India won’t join Japan’s anti-China coalition: Chinese daily

To be good neighbours with China is of all-round benefit to both India and China, the article said.


A foreign economic policy

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

Chinese investment pledge, US Fed fuel rally

Previously, it had zoomed 556.77 points or 2.42 per cent on May 12.

To make trains run faster, Rlys to get help from China

Of the eight semi-high speed corridors one will be handed over to China to conduct technical studies, sources said.

In a snap

Of inches, miles and all things said in pursuit of a catchy phrase

Quest for influence

Xi Jinping’s Malé and Colombo visits highlight a challenge Delhi can’t afford to downplay or ignore


‘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.

Ansari fills in a blank

Hamid Ansari met with his Chinese counterpart Li Yuanchao at the launch of the encyclopedia.


Maps don’t change ground reality: India to China

India has also shown concern over the proposal to build rail link between China and Pakistan.


Moving beyond the Panchsheel deception

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


Ansari in China: All issues on table

The totality of subjects between the two countries will be discussed, Ansari said.


Govt to fortify defences along China border, to go in for 54 new ITBP border posts in Arunachal

The posts will be equipped with all the basic gadgets that the troops require to position themselves at these icy heights.


Chinese FM to visit India to reach out to Narendra Modi govt

Wang Yi will hold talks with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Modi himself during his two-day visit.


Chinese think tank visit Gujarat, look to plug Indo-China ‘trade imbalance’

The delegates sounded positive on the results of the recent Lok Sabha polls and lauded the pragmatic approach of the new Government towards its foreign policies.


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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