Tag: China

India vs China: China’s ‘provocative behaviour’ disturbed peace in eastern Ladakh: India; rejects fresh Chinese comments on Galwan

India on Friday strongly rejected China‘s fresh comments blaming it for the Galwan valley clashes and asserted that the “provocative behaviour and unilateral” attempts by...

china: China draws up list of 100 instances of US “interference” in Hong Kong

China on Friday listed more than 100 instances of what it said was U.S. interference in Hong Kong affairs, including President Joe Biden‘s show of...

china: China’s overseas coal power retreat could wipe out $50 billion of investment

China’s pledge to stop building coal-fired power plants overseas could cull $50 billion of investment as it slashes future carbon emissions, analysts said, although Beijing’s...

evergrande: Evergrande crisis shows cracks in China’s property market

Angry homebuyers are waiting on as many as 1.6 million apartments. Suppliers that sold cement, paint, rebar and copper pipes are owed more than $100...

evergrande: Evergrande gave workers a choice: Loan us cash or lose your bonus

When the troubled Chinese property giant Evergrande was starved for cash earlier this year, it turned to its own employees with a strong-arm pitch: Those...

afghanistan: China trying to take over Bagram air force base, use Pakistan against India: Nikki Haley

The US needs to closely watch China as it might try to take over the Bagram air force base in Afghanistan following the Taliban‘s takeover...

UNSC: Under India’s Presidency, UNSC adopts strong resolution on Afghanistan, China, Russia abstain

The UN Security Council, under India‘s Presidency, adopted a strong resolution demanding that territory of Afghanistan not be used to threaten any country or shelter...

WHO warns of possible 236,000 new COVID-19 deaths in Europe by December, and Fauci says U.S. could see another 100,000

The World Health Organization warned Monday that Europe will likely see 236,000 new COVID-19 deaths by Dec. 1, and Dr. Anthony Fauci said the U.S....

Tokyo Paralympics: Bhavina bags silver after losing gold medal match to China’s Zhou Ying

Indian table tennis player Bhavinaben Patel signed off with a historic silver medal in her maiden Paralymic Games after going down 0-3 to world number...

pakistan afghanistan: The real winner of the Afghan war is not Taliban, it’s Pakistan

Just days after the Taliban took Kabul, their flag was flying high above a central mosque in Pakistan’s capital. It was an in-your-face gesture intended...

china: China sails unhindered in Somali waters

As a country, Somalia has for years been reeling under extreme weather conditions ranging from drought, to floods resulting in starvation, hunger amongst other miseries...

Afghanistan may turn China’s Belt and Road into a $282 billion creditor trap

The hurried withdrawal of the U.S. from Afghanistan — the 1975 fall of Saigon déjà vu — has been heralded as a win for China...

We are not blind to the challenges ordinary family in India faces in having to pay so much for fuel: Nirmala Sitharaman

India is ideally placed to attract businesses looking to move out of China, finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman said in an interview to Deepshikha Sikarwar and...

China: Beijing owns stakes in ByteDance, Weibo domestic entities, records show

The Chinese government has taken stakes in Chinese entities owned by tech companies ByteDance and Sina Weibo, corporate records showed, amid a widening regulatory crackdown...

India at 75: Economic muscle will allow India to face China challenge

India’s biggest foreign policy challenge, as it enters the 75th year of independence, is without doubt China and the associated power asymmetry that needs to...

India needs to boost capabilities to deal with future security challenges: IAF Chief

A full-fledged conventional conflict with the Northern adversary is not possible but still India needs to boost capabilities and enhance its overall strength, Chief of...

Pakistan to host regional conference on Afghanistan: Report

Pakistan is likely to host a regional conference on Afghanistan as part of a diplomatic push to prevent a civil war in the war-torn neighbouring...

China’s July exports, imports rise, but growth slows

China’s imports and exports rose by double digits in July but growth slowed as global efforts to control the coronavirus’ more contagious delta variant weighed...

Majority of global public thinks economic recovery to take time; Indians 3rd most optimistic: WEF study

An average of three in four adults believe it will take at least two more years for their country’s economy to recover from the COVID-19...

India not invited to ‘extended Troika’ meeting on Afghanistan convened by Russia

India has not been invited to a crucial meeting being convened by Russia on the fast-evolving situation in Afghanistan that is expected to see the...

Aim to be the most competitive player in chemical sector: Deepak Nitrite

Deepak C Mehta, Chairman and Managing Director of , chalks out roadmap for chemical sector and the company’s themes of growth. He says that ‘Deepak’...

China’s Wuhan to test ‘all residents’ as Covid returns

Authorities in Wuhan on Tuesday said they would test its entire population for Covid-19 after the central Chinese city where the coronavirus emerged reported its...

Chinese cities test millions as virus cases surge

Chinese cities rolled out mass testing of millions of people and imposed fresh travel restrictions as health authorities battled Sunday to contain the country’s most...

CPC ‘commands the gun’, says Xi as he asks Chinese military to expedite modernisation process

On the eve of China’s Army Day, Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday asserted that it is the ruling Communist Party that “commands the gun”...

Alibaba stock has taken a hit from China crackdown, but its earnings could be a different story

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. will be looking to focus attention back onto its business Tuesday following a rough stretch for the broader Chinese internet sector....