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India-China stand-off: The truth from the Dragon's mouth
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India-China stand-off: The truth from the Dragon's mouth

A new book reproduces original Chinese maps that contradict Chinese propaganda.The book reveals Chinese intelligence admissions that Beijing never maintained any army base, customs office or other government function in the disputed area until 1983.Claude Arpi digs deeper. Recommended for you: Complete coverage of India's Chinese Challenge IMAGE: On August 1, Chinese President Xi Jinping urged the People's Liberation Army to focus on war preparedness. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Getty Images ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

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56 killed as heavy rains lash China

At least 56 people have been killed and 22 others missing as heavy rains left a trail of destruction in 11 Chinese provinces, authorities said today. A total of 27,000 houses were collapsed and 37,000 others damaged in floods, landslides and hailstorms since ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Heavy rain in Southern China causes floods, killing 56  Business Standard1 month ago

Caged child fighters stir debate on Chinese orphans

A disturbing video of two 12 year-old boys fighting in a mixed martial arts cage in China has sparked impassioned online debate over the plight of orphans in the country. An MMA club in the southwestern city of Chengdu has adopted hundreds of boys who lost ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago

China disburses $100 million to help deal with flooding

The Chinese government has disbursed 700 million yuan ($103 million) in emergency aid to four provinces in the south and east to help them deal with widespread flooding, the ministry of civil affairs said on Tuesday. Torrential rain has lashed large parts of ...
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Is India ready for war? No, not really

'Even though an India-China military conflict scenario seems unlikely, its possibility gets enhanced if our capabilities are seen to be inadequate by the adversary,' warns Vice Admiral Premvir Das (retd). 'We will fight with whatever we have' is a statement famously attributed to then then chief of our army, General V P Malik, at the time of the Kargil War. Nearly two decades later, including three years under the present government, it is not certain if the picture has changed much. According ...
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7-magnitude quake kills 19 in China, injures over 250

At least 19 people were killed and about 250 others injured in the powerful 7.0 magnitude earthquake that jolted a mountainous region in China’s southwest Sichuan province rose to 19 on Wednesday with rescuers racing against time to find survivors buried in the rubble. IMAGE: Chinese paramilitary police carry a survivor after an earthquake in Jiuzhaigou county, Ngawa prefecture, Sichuan province, China. Photograph: Chengdu Economic Daily/Wang Qin via Reuters The ...
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To counter OBOR, India plans to 'bridge' the gap with Asean

These ambitious projects are littered with every possible acronyms and include proposed road links, air connectivity plans, electricity grids and special economic zones on coasts, says Subhomoy Bhattacharjee. There are bridges on a 500-km road link from Moreh in India to Mandalay in Myanmar which cannot hold the weight of even a pickup truck. These structures are among the bridges that need to be rebuilt for inter-country coordination around the ambitious India-Myanmar-Thailand (IMT) ...
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Modi must not be deceived by Xi

'Breaking out of the corner into which China has painted itself would be a feat.' 'Whether Xi is able to pull it off will be known in the coming days,' says B S Raghavan, the distinguished civil servant and member of the Joint Intelligence Committee at the time of China's invasion of India. In the background of the brouhaha boiling over in both China and India following their face-off on the Bhutan-China border, the bonhomie exhibited by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi ...
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