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'Many countries' opposed entry of non-NPT states to NSG: China
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'Many countries' opposed entry of non-NPT states to NSG: China

Days after India blamed ‘one country’ for blocking its entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group, China on Monday said ‘many countries’ had expressed their views on the accession of non-NPT (Non-Proliferation Treaty) countries into the nuclear trading club as it harped on the need for forging consensus over the issue. “As we have learnt, the plenary meeting issued a news release that the meeting held discussions on technical legal and political issues regarding the ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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Facing off against China in Seoul, will India secure NSG membership?

Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar rushed to Seoul ahead of the crucial plenary meet even as China said that India’s bid was not on the agenda. Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar on Wednesday headed for Seoul ahead of the crucial Nuclear Suppliers Group Plenary from Thursday, where India is hoping to clinch membership, which is being strongly opposed by China and some other countries. Jaishankhar, who was closely monitoring the goings-on during the officials’ level meet of the 48-nation ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Foreign Secretary Jaishankar visits China over NSG membership  Rediff.com1 month ago
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China downplays report of transgression at Arunachal border

Downplaying reports of scuffles between Indian and Chinese troops during People’s Liberation Army troops’ transgression into Arunachal Pradesh, China on Thursday said it was committed to peace and tranquility at the border areas. “We have noted that the Indian official has clarified the situation saying that there is no transgression as reported in the media,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told reporters in Beijing on Thursday replying to a question on reports of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago China rejects reports of incursion in Arnuchal by its troops  Rediff.com1 month ago
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'Modi changed India's attitude towards Maritime Silk Road plan'

  China's Silk Road plan the name of which was subsequently changed to ‘Belt and Road’ project moots a maze of roads and corridors connecting China with Asia and Europe. A Chinese daily on Monday claimed that former prime minister Manmohan Singh had ‘expressed support’ for China's ambitious Maritime Silk Road plan but his successor Narendra Modi ‘changed’ India's ‘attitude’ towards the initiative by using delaying tactics. "Indian ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Xiaomi launches Mi Max and MIUI 8 today in India

The smartphone was first launched in China in May 2016 and Mi Max is company’s largest smartphone yet. Xiaomi had launched the Mi Max in China in three variants, CNY 1,499 (roughly Rs 15,000) for the 3GB RAM and 32GB storage model powered by a ...
 Jagran Post3 weeks ago
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Top theoretician of China's ruling party ends life

One of China’s ruling Communist Party’s top theoreticians and senior editor of its journal has committed suicide amid reports of rift between reformists and conservatives in the party led by President Xi Jinping. Zhu Tiezhi, the deputy editor-in-chief of Qiushi Journal, died on June 26, the online edition of People’s Daily, the official newspaper of the Communist Party, reported without providing the details. Zhu, 56, was found to have hanged himself in the office’s ...
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Yoga-Tai Chi 'jugalbandi' marks Int Day of Yoga in China

  A Yoga-Tai Chi ‘jugalbandi’ at the iconic Great Wall was among the many events held in China on Tuesday to mark the second International Day of Yoga as thousands of enthusiasts of the ancient Indian spiritual discipline participated in the celebrations. The Indian embassy in Beijing in association with state-run Chinese People's Association  or Friendship with Foreign Countries, hosted yoga events at different places in the run up to the second UN International Yoga ...
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'Floods submerged my bed': 250 killed or missing in China rains

Over 250 people have been killed or missing in heavy torrential rains and floods that have wreaked havoc in China with about 2.5 lakh people still trapped in the central HubeiProvince. While the floods have claimed 114 lives with 111 missing in Hubei province during the past few days, 18 others have died with nine others listed missing in Anyang city, Henan Province.      IMAGE: A man sits on top of a car as he is stranded on a flooded street in Tianjin, China. Photograph: ...
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China seals off part of South China Sea for military drills

China on Monday closed a part of the South China Sea for military manoeuvres as it moved quickly to assert control over the disputed waters after an international tribunal struck down its claims over the region. The People’s Liberation Army Air Force has conducted a combat air patrol with long range bombers in the South China Sea recently, which will become “a regular practice” in the future, a military spokesperson said. The PLA sent H-6K long range strategic bombers and ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago China has 'no historic rights' in South China Sea, rules tribunal  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Debunking 10 myths about China and the South China Sea  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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China, Pak troops launch 1st joint border patrols near PoK

Chinese and Pakistan border troops have for the first time launched joint patrolling of the border connecting Pakistan occupied Kashmir with Xinjiang province amid reports that over 100 Uighurs have fled the restive region to join the Islamic State. The state media reported about the joint patrol even as Chinese President Xi Jinping asked the Chinese Muslims to practice their religion ‘as part of Chinese society and direction’. The People’s Daily Online on Thursday published ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago
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