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China scholar no more
The Hindu

China scholar no more

D. S. Rajan, director of Chennai Centre for China Studies died of a massive heart attack on Saturday at a New Jersey Hospital. He was 74. He had participated in the just-concluded two-day Conference on China in the World hosted by Kean University, ... The Hindu, 1 month ago

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CHINAdaily USA, 4 weeks ago
Indiatimes, 1 month ago

Centre keen on resuming neutrino project: Min

Chennai: The Union ministry of science and technology on Tuesday assured that it is working to resolve the issues surrounding the setting up of the India-based Neutrino Observatory in Tamil Nadu, indicating that the project is alive. Union ...
 Times of India17 hours ago

France's Sapin says Brexit would affect London as finance hub

Oil output disruptions to erode surplus, demand may surprise China environment protests force halt to studies for industrial park project London copper climbs away from 1-month low as China doles out fresh spending Eight of marriage party die ...
 United News of India1 week ago
Indiatimes

China woos India with plan for world's 2nd largest high-speed rail line in Chennai

Panels manufactured by US computer maker Dell line up the control centre of the China Railway Corporation (CRC), providing real-time data on the movement of 7,000 passenger trains - half of them the famed high-speed ones - and 20,000 cargo trains ...
 Economic Times1 month ago China To Provide Chennai With World's Second Largest High Speed Rail Line  Indiatimes1 month ago China plans world's 2nd largest high-speed rail line in Chennai  Economic Times1 month ago

Why OBOR of China is not at all a good idea for India?

Paper No. 6119 Dated 25-May-2016 Guest Column by Commodore RS Vasan IN (Retd) From the time the OBOR was conceptualized towards end of 2013, there have been plenty of discussions on the usefulness of this project to Asia, ...
 South Asia Analysis Group7 hours ago
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News in numbers | Over 30% of Tamil Nadu's revenues come from state-run liquor shops

J. Jayalalithaa shuts down 500 TASMAC liquor shops in Chennai 84% What is it? The percentage of 38 commonly available brands of pre-packaged bread in Delhi that have tested positive for potassium bromate and potassium iodate, according to a report ...
 Livemint.com1 day ago

China: Is Xi Jinping losing his hold on Power?

Paper No. 6104 Dated 21-Apr-2016 By D. S. Rajan A series of politically significant events have taken place in the People's Republic of China (PRC) since the end of February 2016. Prima facie, they seem to mark the beginning of ...
 South Asia Analysis Group1 month ago China in the Indian Ocean  South Asia Analysis Group1 month ago
Business Today India

After Japan, now China woos India to help build high-speed railway

India's first bullet train project may have gone to Japan but China is wooing the country to help build high-speed railway on other routes, claiming that it has the technology and expertise which could bring enormous economic and social benefits to ...
 DNA India1 month ago China Wooing India for Building High-speed Rail Networks  New Indian Express1 month ago China wooing India to build high-speed rail networks  Economic Times1 month ago
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Financial Express

India's first bullet train from Japan, but China also wooing for building high-speed rail networks

With questions being raised on the cost factor involving setting up of high-speed railway networks, China has cited its own example of the profits that it is reaping now. (Reuters photo India's first bullet train project may have gone to Japan but ...
 Financial Express1 month ago

China: The Interconnection between Tradition and the Thinking of leaders in Modern Era

Paper No. 6094 Dated 04-Apr-2016 By D.S. Rajan Tradition has been and will continue to be a key factor influencing the policy making process being undertaken in the People's Republic of China (PRC). Students of history cannot ...
 South Asia Analysis Group1 month ago SUN TZU : China: Interconnection Between Tradition And Thinking Of leaders In Modern Era Analysis  4 Traders1 month ago China: Interconnection Between Tradition And Thinking Of leaders In Modern Era Analysis  Eurasia Review1 month ago
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