India china ties

India, China factor in regional prosperity; moment of choice for Pakistan, says Afghanistan President

Responding to a question on the withdrawal of US troops from his country by September 11, he said that this is a time of opportunity for Afghanistan.

published on : 20th April 2021

India, China hold 11th round of military talks; focus on further disengagement in eastern Ladakh

The 10th round of the military dialogue took place on February 20, two days after both militaries concluded the withdrawal of troops and weapons from the North and South banks of the Pangong lake.

published on : 9th April 2021

India pitches for early disengagement in remaining areas in eastern Ladakh

Spokesperson in the Ministry of External Affairs Arindam Bagchi said the two sides continue to remain in touch through military and diplomatic channels on the issue.

published on : 2nd April 2021

Relationship with China cannot be normal without peace in border areas: Harsh Vardhan Shringla

He said that developments last year, in terms of the 'very large number' of troops amassed on the border area did create a situation that impacted the 'larger relationship'.

published on : 19th February 2021

Trust deficit with China remains, says strategist

As long as the Chinese don’t go back to the pre-April 2020 position, we will remain in suspense, Jayadeva Ranade said.

published on : 14th February 2021

India, China reach pact on disengagement in Pangong lake areas in eastern Ladakh: Rajnath Singh

Under the agreement, Singh said both sides will cease their forward deployments in a phased, coordinated and verified manner in these areas

published on : 11th February 2021

India, China discuss issues relating to United Nations Security Council

The MEA said the Chinese delegation was briefed about India's priorities during its UNSC tenure in the meeting that took place in the virtual format.

published on : 10th February 2021

China says it appreciates Jaishankar's suggestions to mend Sino-India ties

“We hope the Indian side will work with us to properly manage the differences, promote practical cooperation and bring bilateral relations back on track,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijia said.

published on : 29th January 2021

India, China agree to hold 10th round of Corps Commander-level talks soon: MEA

India has been maintaining that the disengagement process has to start simultaneously at all friction points and no selective approach was acceptable to it.

published on : 28th January 2021

EAM Jaishankar outlines eight principles for repairing India-China ties

The external affairs minister said any expectation that the situation at the border "can be brushed aside and life can carry on undisturbed" is simply not realistic.

published on : 28th January 2021

Indian Embassy in China restricts R-Day flag hoisting ceremony to staff due to COVID-19 measures

Every year, a large number of Indian diaspora in Beijing and nearby provinces attend the flag hoisting ceremony on the Republic Day and Independence Day at the embassy.

published on : 18th January 2021

Indian embassy asks students to continue online classes as China denies permission for flights

The Embassy continues to take up the matter with Chinese authorities about the Indian students but there has unfortunately been "no positive evolution of this situation".

published on : 8th January 2021

Chinese aggression wrecks celebratory year of 2020 to mark 70 years of Sino-India diplomatic ties

2020 was promised to be a year of festivities as the two countries unveiled 70 events to jointly celebrate 70 years of the establishment of diplomatic ties.

published on : 31st December 2020

Any serious conflict with India does not suit China's global aspirations: IAF Chief Bhadauria

Air Chief Marshal Bhadauria said China's People's Liberation Army has been focusing on developing capabilities to counter the global dominance of the US and could lead to implications for India.

published on : 29th December 2020

US has stood with India as it faced Chinese aggression: White House official

The official said that during the Trump administration, the United States has become the second largest arms supplier to India, growing from virtually no sales a decade ago to more than $20 billion.

published on : 17th December 2020
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