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BRICS countries to hold virtual meet today Modi and Xi Jinping to face one-another for second time

New Delhi/UNI: The leaders of the BRICS association will convene for a virtual summit on Tuesday in order to discuss the prospects of cooperation within the group as well as international issues, wherein Prime Minister Narendra Modi will once again come face-to-face with Chinese President Xi Jinping, just a week after the two met virtually at the SCO Summit.

PM Modi addresses SCO Summit, raise voice against terrorism

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday attended the Summit of SCO Council of Heads of State where he raised voice against terrorism.

SCO meet: PM Modi gives tough message to China, Pakistan 

New Delhi: Indian PM Narendra Modi on Tuesday attended the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) meet virtually which was also attended by Chinese President Xi Jinping and Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, among other leaders.

Prolongation of the India-China standoff at the LAC may lead to sharper Indian focus on the Tibet issue

Developments around the Pangong lake over the past week have spawned the distinct impression that the trust deficit between India and China has only increased despite the ongoing talks between the two countries aimed at finding an acceptable solution to the several flashpoints that have been ignited by China along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) that separates the two countries.

How to cope with China’s ‘Wolf Warrior’ Diplomats?

A new expression has recently appeared in the media and international diplomatic circles: ‘wolf warrior’ a term for the new and very assertive Chinese diplomats, who use Twitter and other social media platforms to prey on any person, legal or physical, which criticizes China or the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

How to cope with China’s ‘Wolf Warrior’ Diplomats?

A new expression has recently appeared in the media and international diplomatic circles: ‘wolf warrior’, a term for the new and very assertive Chinese diplomats, who use Twitter and other social media platforms to prey on any person, legal or physical, which criticizes China or the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

Nepal: China’s new satellite state

China’s policy of corrupting the political class of a country, especially those that are economically fragile, is well known. Many countries in Africa, South & South East Asia and Latin America have fallen prey to these Chinese machinations and some are now neck deep in Chinese debt.

India has 'scale, sophistication' to recalibrate economic relations with China, says noted economist

New Delhi: At a time when the two Asian giants are witnessing a worsening of relations over a border standoff, a noted economist has said India has the 'scale and sophistication' to recalibrate its economic relationship with China and reduce interdependence.

Imran Khan to dial Oli to fish in the troubled waters of India-Nepal conflict over new map

Islamabad/Kathmandu/IBNS: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has decided to lend a helping hand to Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli as he faces increased pressure within his Nepal Communist Party (NCP) to step down after blaming India for a rebellion in his party, said a Hindustan Times report.

US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blames China for Galwan Valley standoff with Indian soldiers

Washington: US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has blamed China for the recent violence in the Galwan Valley that left 20 Indian soldiers killed last week.

India-China standoff: BJP protests in Srinagar, burn effigy of Chinese President Xi

Srinagar/UNI: The Kashmir unit of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) here on Friday protested against China by burning the effigy of Chinese President Xi Jinping and its flag following India-China violent face-off in Eastern Ladakh that resulted in loss of lives of 20 Indian Army men.

Protesting against China, Asansol BJP workers rally to burn effigy of 'Chinese Prime Minister Kim Jong-un'

Kolkata/Asansol/IBNS: In a rather hilarious incident, some Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers from West Bengal's Asansol, who were quite-justifiably angry upon China over the recent deadly face-off with the Indian soldiers in eastern Ladakh, took out a protest rally against Beijing but got confused North Korea leader Kim Jong-un with the "Chinese Prime Minister."

The fault lies mostly with the Chinese, says US national security expert on Galwan Valley standoff

Washington: A US national security expert on Thursday reacted to the recent developments along the Indo-China border in Ladakh and said the fault lies mostly with Beijing behind the start of the violence which left 20 Indian soldiers dead.

China praises PM Modi's letter of solidarity and help, says it 'fully demonstrated' friendship

Beijing/IBNS: China on Monday praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi's letter to President Xi Jinping offering solidarity and help to deal with the coronavirus outbreak which has claimed hundreds of lives and infected several thousand.

Narendra Modi writes to Chinese Prez Xi Jinping, condoles loss of lives in coronavirus outbreak

New Delhi/IBNS: Writing a letter to the neighboring leader, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed solidarity with Chinese President Xi Jinping at a time when the nation is working hard to deal with the outbreak of coronavirus, media reports said.