India-China News

'India, China to jointly identify project in capacity building in Afghanistan'

During the informal summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Wuhan in April, the two leaders had agreed to undertake a joint India-China economic project in Afghanistan.

We have ascertained some facts on the Siang river issue: India

MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said the ministry was coordinating with the Water Resources Ministry while referring to existing mechanisms between India and China to deal with issues pertaining to waters.


China willing to maintain peace at frontiers with India following Sitharaman's Nathu La visit

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had a brief conversation with Chinese soldiers during her maiden visit to the Nathu La border post in Sikkim on Sunday and was even seen teaching them how to say 'Namaste'.

India-China relation like monsoon rain, says Envoy

Striking a personal note, Xiyuan said he had often wondered during the Dokalam stand-off if he and his wife would still get the same reception from their Indian friends when they attend social functions.

China hopes India, US can develop ties 'conducive' to regional peace

President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi agreed to enhance peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific region by establishing a new two-by-two ministerial dialogue, which would elevate their strategic consultations, according to the White House.

Shiv Sena urges Centre to ban Chinese products

Reminding Narendra Modi led Union government of "China's historical penchant for backstabbing India", the Shiv Sena said China and Pakistan "would never be friends with India".


No significant rise in troop level by China along border: Govt sources

The sources said the exercise was a routine military drill by China and that its western theatre command has not made any major enhancement in its military might in the wake of the face-off that should trigger alarm bells in India. The command looks after the 3,488-km-long border with India.

Mamata Banerjee blames diplomatic failure for worsening relation with neighbours

"Relations with neighbouring countries like China, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh have deteriorated because of the central government's diplomatic failure," she said amid the continued stand-off between the Indian and Chinese armies in the Sikkim section.

Congress on India-China stand-off: ‘Govt caught napping, has failed to implement pacts’

Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi took a dig at the government for not having a full-time defence minister. “We either have a reluctant defence minister or a part-time defence minister.’’

Sikkim standoff: Arun Jaitley hits back at China, says India of 2017 different from 1962

In an oblique reference to the 1962 war, China had warned India that it should learn from "historical lessons" and asked India to withdraw its troops from the Donglong area as a prerequisite for "meaningful dialogue" to resolve the boundary issue.