“Someone Is Lying”: Rahul Gandhi Questions PM Modi On Ladakh With Video

Rahul Gandhi has stepped up his attack on PM Modi over the Ladakh clash. (File) New Delhi: As Prime Minister Narendra Modi flew into Ladakh on Friday to deliver a message to China weeks after a clash left 20 Indian soldiers dead, he faced a renewed attack from Congress leader Rahul Gandhi who questioned the […]

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No Power Equipment Imports, China May Use it As “Trojan Horse”: Minister

Union Minister RK Singh’s statement on power equipment comes amid the standoff with China. New Delhi: India will not allow the import of power supply equipment from China without permission from the government, Union Minister RK Singh said today amid the standoff with China at the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh, adding that Beijing may […]

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How India’s Battling On Two Fronts: China And Pakistan

Talks between Chinese and Indian army commanders in Ladakh region ended without a major breakthrough. The Indian military has been talking about a two-front war with neighbors Pakistan and China for decades to keep politicians focused on defense spending. Now that scenario is looking ever more realistic, with conflicts flaring on both its borders. Talks […]

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Millions Switch to ‘Local TikToks’ After India Bans Chinese Apps

Millions of Indians have joined homegrown social media platforms since New Delhi banned a slew of Chinese apps, including TikTok, amid growing tensions between the giant neighbours, industry officials said Thursday. The ban comes as India steps up economic pressure on China following a border battle last month in which 20 Indian soldiers died. The […]

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China To Take Countermeasures If UK Extends Hong Kong Citizenship Plan

London, United Kingdom: China warned Britain on Thursday it could retaliate with “corresponding measures” for London’s decision to extend a broader path to citizenship for the residents of Hong Kong. Britain’s offer came in response to a sweeping new security law that China unveiled for the former British territory this week. Hong Kong was under […]

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White House joins Senate in approving bill rebuking China over Hong Kong

The House on Wednesday joined the Senate in approving a bill to rebuke China over its crackdown in Hong Kong by imposing sanctions on groups that undermine the city’s autonomy or restrict freedoms promised to its residents. The bill targets police units that have cracked down on Hong Kong protesters, as well as Chinese Communist […]

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UK Offers Hong Kong Residents Citizenship In Response To China’s New Law

Stand for rules and obligations: Boris Johnson told hours after China made its first arrests in Hong Kong London: Britain on Wednesday extended Hong Kong residents a broader path to citizenship in response to China’s sweeping new security law for the former UK territory. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s announcement represents the most direct international response […]

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Study “Not Representative”: China Downplays Potential New Swine Flu Pandemic

China says G4 virus mentioned in relevant report is a subtype of H1N1 virus (Representational) China on Wednesday played down the threat of a new swine flu strain with pandemic potential that researchers discovered in pigs, saying the study is “not representative”. The deadly COVID-19 pandemic, which has now infected more than 10 million people […]

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China’s new security law violates Hong Kong agreement, says UK’s foreign secretary

Home / World News / China’s new security law violates Hong Kong agreement, says UK’s foreign secretary Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said Wednesday officials have carefully assessed the contents of the new law since it was published late Tuesday. world Updated: Jul 01, 2020 17:04 IST Britain’s Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab makes a statement […]

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China to foreign critics: Hong Kong law ‘none of your business’

China on Wednesday slammed international criticism over a controversial new national security law for Hong Kong, saying other countries should keep their noses out. Western governments and critics have warned the new law will curb the city’s freedoms and undermine its “One Country, Two Systems” governance scheme, which technically allows freedoms unseen on the mainland. […]

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