Aamir Khan's Dangal continues to be the most popular Hindi movie of all time in China, raking in Rs 1300 crore which is nearly half of the total collections of eight Indian films (Rs 2784 crore) released in the Chinese market over the last three years.
In 2016, China and Pakistan had signed an agreement to launch a special remote sensing satellite. The main reason for signing the agreement was to monitor the development of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects.
The system allows a selected group of citizens to log in to the public surveillance system around their neighbourhood through an app, monitor the area through their TVs or mobile phones and inform local authorities about “suspicious activity”.
With heads of more than a dozen countries, including Russia and China, arriving in Qingdao for the SCO summit, the Chinese security apparatus went to extraordinary lengths for security sanitisation of the city.
New Delhi was the lone dissenting voice against the project in the joint declaration that was signed Sunday following the conclusion of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in Qingdao, China.
At Qingdao, PM Modi also met the SCO general secretary, Rashid Alimov, and participated in delegation-level talks with other members of the organisation, on the sidelines of the summit. He held bilateral meetings with the Presidents of Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.
Nearly 9.8 million Chinese high school students will appear for the Gaokao exams Thursday which is deemed the most important competitive test in China. China has listed cheating in the exam as a criminal act in its amended Criminal Law, which came into effect on Nov 1, 2015.
Wuhan, which lies at a distance of 1162 kms from Beijing, was reportedly chosen as a venue for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping's meeting as Beijing is said to be keen on showcasing the central region of China to the Indian PM.
A statement released after the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) foreign ministers’ meeting said ministers from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan had reaffirmed support for BRI. India was not mentioned in the statement.