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Modi-Xi summit as significant as Rajiv-Deng meet: Chinese media
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Modi-Xi summit as significant as Rajiv-Deng meet: Chinese media

Modi was expected to arrive in Wuhan in the evening on April 26 and join Xi in the informal summit at a picturesque location the next day.    The Wuhan summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping could be as significant as the one between former premier Rajiv Gandhi and then leader of China Deng Xiaoping in 1988, the official Chinese media commented on Tuesday. Xi and Modi will hold an "informal summit" in central China's Wuhan city from April 27 to 28 ... Rediff.com, 16 hours ago
Spy’s eye: India-China summit is a good idea The Financial Chronicle, 23 hours ago

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China unveils 'revolutionary' plan to give Communist Party even more power

The emphasis on party control represents China's most decisive shift yet from 1980s reforms spearheaded by Deng Xiaoping aimed at professionalizing the government Bloomberg | Beijing Last Updated at March 13, 2018 20:49 IST Illustration by Binay Sinha China ...
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Letter to BS: Xi Jinping is reversing all elements of the Deng formula

Dictatorial approach is the actual cause of chaos as the fear of threat to life creates confusion in the mind of the ruler, and his few trusted aides
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Start of the end of China's rise: Xi is reversing elements of Deng formula

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'Pakode banane me spirituality hoti hai', Rahul Gandhi's snipe at PM Modi

Rahul Gandhi speaks at the launch of Congress’ ‘Save the Constitution’ campaign. Image: @INCIndia/Twitter New Delhi : Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Monday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi, alleging the latter was least concerned about the ...
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'Pakistan has to stop thinking only about being a nation of warriors'

'If you take pride only in being a nation with nuclear weapons and a strong military, then you think very differently from those nations that take pride in having wonderful universities and academic institutions.' IMAGE: Pakistan rolls out its long-range ballistic missile Shaheen III at a military parade in Islamabad. Photograph: Kind courtesy @AsimBajwaISPR/Twitter "Pakistan was created in a hurry in an environment of political sloganeering rather than much forethought," says Husain Haqqani.
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Who says the Left is dead in India?

'The Left is dying, but its economic ideology rules, unchallenged.''Modi is its newest standard-bearer.''Even in today's bitterly polarised politics, if there is one thing on which not just the BJP and Congress, but all other parties agree, it is that socialist economics is the only way to survive,' says Shekhar Gupta. Photograph: Jayanta Dey/Reuters My first exposure to the Indian Left was the cricketing equivalent of a first ball duck. As a journalism student in 1975 I lost a 10-rupee bet ...
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Pinarayi and Gadkari link up on development

'Curiously, Pinarayi's approach, stressing the imperatives of development, is robustly backed by Nitin Gadkari.''I stand next only to Gadkari, one of the few outstanding ministers in the Modi government, in applauding Pinarayi's political courage and vision,' says Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. IMAGE: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, left, with Union Minister Nitin Gadkari in Thiruvanathapuram, March 28, 2018.'Met CM of Kerala Shri Pinarayi Vijayan and discussed ways to expedite projects of ...
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'Sometimes I wish ISIS had killed me too'

'At least if I had died, my family would have got the money.' IMAGE: Harjit Masih, centre, flanked by "best friend" Kanwaljit Singh, left, and Harsimranjeet Singh.This photograph was taken near the construction site they worked at in Mosul. Simranjit and Kanwaljit were among the 39 Indians killed by ISIS. All photographs: Kind courtesy Harjit Masih Everyone at Kala Afghana village in Punjab and in neighbouring villages knows Harjit Masih, but he is not proud of his fame. He is the man from ...
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Why the Dalai Lama Matters

'The Tibetan movement will never turn violent during the Dalai Lama's life-time.' IMAGE: His Holiness The Dalai Lama with retired Havaldar Naren Chandra Das, one of the five Assam Rifles soldiers who escorted him to India during his escape from Tibet in March 1959. Guwahati, April 2, 2017. Photographs: PTI Photo Professor Robert Thurman is a well-known figure in the United States. Not only because a few years ago, he was nominated as one of the 25 most influential Americans by Time magazine, ...
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