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Xi wants to become the most powerful leader on earth
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China's biggest political event, National Congress, in Oc...

Xi has emerged as one of the most powerful leaders in China and arguably on par with Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping after he was conferred the title "core leader" Beijing: The Communist Party of China (CPC) will hold the 19th National Congress - the most ... Zee News, 1 month ago
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At CPC congress, Xi assures neighbours to resolve disputes through dialogue

President Xi Jinping on Wednesday assured China's jittery neighbours that Beijing is ready to resolve its disputes through dialogue but not at the expense of its strategic interests, as he opened a key meeting of the ruling Communist party elite that will boost his grip on power with a second term and even an unprecedented third innings. IMAGE: Chinese President Xi Jinping speaks during the opening of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China at the Great Hall of the ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Chinese President Xi Jinping revamps PLA ahead of his CPC Congress  catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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China: Forget second term, Xi Jinping may also serve third term as country's premier

Firmly in the saddle to begin his second term with immense powers at this week's key Congress of the ruling Communist Party, Chinese President Xi Jinping may set his sight for unprecedented third term, observers say. The once-in-a-five-year Congress of the ...
 DNA4 days ago Why Xi's congress needs to be watched closely  Rediff.com1 week ago Communist Party all set to endorse 2nd term for China's Xi  Business Standard3 weeks ago Five things to watch out for at the Chinese Communist Party congress  Sify1 month ago
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CPEC stirring competitive rather than cooperative Indian tendencies, says US expert

[United States], Sept.28 (ANI): China's deeper involvement in southern Asia via the over USD 51 billion dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is stirring competitive Indian tendencies rather than cooperative ones, feels an American expert on South ...
 Sify3 weeks ago
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How India twice 'missed' resolving border disputes

'At critical moments an inability to take tough decisions resulted in potentially far-reaching solutions slipping out of our grasp.''If similar opportunities come Narendra Modi's way will he act differently?' asks Karan Thapar. In school we are taught about the turning points of history, but there are occasions when, because of human antipathy, intransigence or folly, history fails to turn and an opportunity to resolve a problem is lost. These are stories that rarely get told. However, Shyam ...
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Modern Samurais

These 10 global leaders are going to change the world like never before, carrying with them varying degrees of verve, aplomb, pizazz and dynamism DONALD TRUMP US president Donald Trump is not the most articulate world leader, but when he uses tough words, the ...
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China tames 'grey rhinos' after foreign shopping sprees

"Grey rhinos" have become a hunted species in China, where government regulators are clamping down on powerful private conglomerates amid fears they are racking up dangerous debt levels. Coined by an American policy analyst, the rhino reference points to ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Why 2017 is not 1962

The bogey of the 1962 defeat must be laid to rest with a finality that is unquestionable.The myth of Chinese invincibility is a tall tale that belongs to an era gone by, argues Vivek Gumaste. China appears to have taken its symbolic representation as a scary, fire-breathing dragon a tad too seriously, full of the the belief that the moment it arches its body upright and spews verbal tinder, its neighbours including India will cower in fear and do its bidding. The incessant and frenzied ...
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'To have a war or not is in Chinese hands'

'India is a huge market for Chinese goods. I don't think a war stands to logic when you have economic compulsions, but then Chinese are known to do illogical things.' What is China up to? Does it really want a war with India? Can China ignore the huge Indian market for Chinese products? Is it just tough Chinese posturing? Colonel R Hariharan (retd), a retired Military Intelligence specialist on South Asia who had served with the Indian Peace Keeping Force in Sri Lanka as head of intelligence, ...
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‘Not Doklam alone. China may make moves in Arunachal and Andamans’

As the impasse continues at the India-Bhutan-China tri-junction, India keeps insisting on a dialogue, but Beijing has limited the scope for diplomatic negotiation after repeated threats. The impression it has conveyed is that it would be unwise to expect ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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