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Missing Indian youth from Arunachal with the Chinese army

New Delhi/UNI: China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) has confirmed that it has found the missing Arunachali youth and due procedures are being followed to bring him back, Lt Col Harshvardhan Pandey, Defence PRO, Tezpur told UNI on Sunday.

The state of freedom of speech in Hong Kong

Stand News in Hong Kong became the latest casualty of the new Security Law in Hong Kong. Stand News’ headquarters was raided by the National Security Policy; their computers were seized and assets frozen.

No halt to cultural genocide

Tibet was hit fiercely with the Cultural Revolution in 1966.

Arunachal Pradesh MP claims Chinese PLA abducted youth from inside 'Indian territory'

Itanagar: An MP from Arunachal Pradesh has claimed that a 17-year-old youth had been 'abducted' by Chinese soldiers "from inside Indian territory".

Rahul Gandhi attacks Modi over Chinese kidnapping of Arunachal boy

New Delhi/IBNS: Congress MP Rahul Gandhi on Thursday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over reports that a boy from Arunachal Pradesh was kidnapped by the Chinese Army.

Chinese Foreign Minister’s travels to the Maldives and Sri Lanka has generated fears of deeper debt entrapment

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s island hopping in the Indian Ocean this past week has raised eyebrows, as his visits to the Maldives and Sri Lanka came at a time when the raging Omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus has caused much of the rest of the world to grind to a near standstill.

Talks with India positive despite no breakthrough: Chinese media

New Delhi/UNI: The 14th round of India-China Corps Commander level meeting has "shown positive signs as both sides agree on efforts to maintain stability... even if differences remain and no concrete breakthrough was made", is how the Chinese media has described the just ended session.

India, China discuss border standoff for 13 hours

New Delhi/UNI: The 14th round of military talks between India and China which started at 9:30 am on Wednesday concluded by 10:30 pm, officials informed on Thursday.

Eastern Ladakh: 14th round of Sino-India talks on Jan 12

New Delhi/UNI: The 14th round of Senior Highest Military Commander Level (SHMCL) Talks between India and China will take place on Jan 12 at Chushul-Moldo meeting point, on the Chinese side at 0930 hours, sources in the security establishment said.

Standoff with China in Eastern Ladakh still persists: IAF Chief

Hyderabad/UNI: Chief of Air Staff Vivek Ram Chaudhari on Saturday said that the standoff with China in Eastern Ladakh is still continuing and it is ready to enhance the presence of troops if need arises.

Can't second-guess need of armed forces: Supreme Court allows building strategic feeders close to Indo-China border

New Delhi/UNI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed a central government's plea to construct all-weather roads of 10-metre width as a part of its Double Lane Paved Shoulder (DLPS) for Char Dham road project, including some strategic feeder roads leading to the Indo-China border.

Amid Covid19 uncertainty, international students in China stare at a bleak future

As the world stands facing the threat of yet another COVID-19 variant, termed “Omicron”, which the WHO has announced as a matter of concern1, the future of international students studying in China continues to be in question with no concrete answer in sight.

India, China going through a particularly bad patch in ties: S Jaishankar

Singapore/New Delhi/UNI: India and China are going through “a particularly bad patch” in their relationship because Beijing has taken actions “for which they still don’t have a credible explanation”, and the Chinese leadership has to take a call on where they want to take the bilateral ties, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said on Friday.

India, China agree to find 'early resolution' to remaining issues of Ladakh standoff

New Delhi/IBNS: India and China on Thursday agreed to find an early resolution to the remaining issues along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Eastern Ladakh while fully abiding by bilateral agreements and protocols so as to restore peace and tranquility.

Why PM 'mum' on China’s 'illegal incursion' near Doklam: Congress targets Modi

New Delhi/UNI: Congress general secretary Randeep Singh Surjewala on Thursday hit out at the Centre over China’s “illegal incursion” in the Bhutanese territory near Doklam and alleged that it is a “blow” to India's national security.