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India votes in first phase of Lok Sabha elections, approximately 60 percent voting recorded across 102 seats till 5pm | Maldives opposition demands President Muizzu's impeachment over leaked reports alleging corruption by him | AAP claims conspiracy to kill Arvind Kejriwal after mango eating row | India successfully tests Indigenous Technology Subsonic Cruise Missile | Telangana missionary school vandalised after students questioned over saffron attire

India, China agree to maintain communication during Corps Commander Level Meeting

India and Chinese officials held Corps Commander Level Meeting on Monday (February 19, 2024) when the two sides agreed to maintain communication in future, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs said on Wednesday (February 21, 2024).

Building Maritime Cooperation: Milan 2024 amidst escalating tension with China

The 12th edition of the Multilateral Naval Exercise - 2024 (MILAN) is to be held at Visakhapatnam from February 19 to 27, and likely witness the largest-ever participation by over 50 countries and nearly 20 ships from friendly nations as compared to last year where only 39 countries participated.

Consul General to Kolkata Zha Liyou feels stability in India-China relationship is essential for peace and prosperity in Asia

Consulate General of China to Kolkata, Zha Liyou, on Monday said the stability of China and India's relationship is significant for the peace and prosperity of Asia and the development of the world.

Uzbekistan and China forges comprehensive strategic partnership

On January 23-25 of this year, President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev is paying a state visit to the People's Republic of China, which will undoubtedly be of high significance and will give a new impetus to the expansion and deepening of Uzbek-Chinese cooperation.

Jaishankar's response amid India-Maldives row after Muizzu's 'don't bully us' remark

Nagpur: Amid the diplomatic dispute between India and Maldives, External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar has emphasised that there is no guarantee that every country will consistently back India and that politics will always play a role, media reports said.

'Doesn’t give you the licence to bully us': Maldives President Muizzu amid row with India

Male: Following his five-day trip to China, President of Maldives Mohamed Muizzu on Saturday said that no nation has the authority to "bully" the island nation, media reports said.

Amid strained ties with India, Maldives upgrades relationship with China; signs 20 'key' agreements

Amid a strained relationship with India, Maldives Wednesday upgraded its relationship with China during its newly elected President Mohamed Muizzu's first state visit to Beijing.

Maldives President Mohamed Muizzu asks China to 'intensify' sending tourists to Island Nation amid ongoing diplomatic row with India

Maldivian President Mohamed Muizzu on Tuesday urged China to 'intensify efforts' to send more tourists to his nation amid the ongoing diplomatic row with India over comments made by his ministers against PM Narendra Modi.

Chinese state media praises India’s strides in economic, foreign policy under PM Modi

New Delhi/IBNS: Under the shadow of a decades-old border conflict, China’s state-run Global Times has heaped praises on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for India's strides in economic progress, social governance, and foreign policy.

'If we had been more Bharat, we would have had a less rosy view of our relationship with China': S Jaishankar

New Delhi/IBNS:  External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar Wednesday reflected on India's relationship with China and provided a perspective on how a more Bharat-centric approach could have shaped the nation's view of its ties with China differently.

Death toll from fire in Chinese office building rises to 25: Reports

Beijing/UNI: The death toll from a massive fire in China’s Shanxi province went up to 25, China Central Television (CCTV) reported on Thursday.

Govt tweaks visa rules for Chinese nationals involved in PLI sector

New Delhi: The Centre has come up with fresh rules to clear visas for Chinese nationals working in the PLI sectors, Moneycontrol reported citing a government source.

Punjab: BSF recovers China-made drone close to Amritsar

The Border Security Force recovered  a China-made drone from a farming field on the outskirts of Daoke village in Punjab's Amritsar region on Sunday (October 29, 2023).

China's rapid military expansion raises global concerns

In recent years, China has been making significant strides in expanding its military capabilities, raising concerns among global powers, particularly the United States.

Will China be able to resolve Israel-Hamas war?

In a move that could provide China a chance to consolidate its political hold in the Middle East region, Beijing has decided to play its role in diffusing the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict in Gaza. China’s special envoy for Middle East affairs Zhai Jun has held telephonic talks with senior officials from Saudi Arabia, Israel, Egypt, and the Palestinian Authority.