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After Mao Zedong, Xi Jinping is China's most powerful leader
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After Mao, Xi is China's most powerful leader (Third Lead)

Xi Jinping on Tuesday entered the league of China's greats Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping as the Communist Party incorporated his political thought into its constitution. On the last day of the week-long 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

Xi gets stronger, his thoughts included in Party constitution

hinese President Xi Jinping has emerged on par with former leaders Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping with his political ideology being added into the constitution of the Communist Party of China (CPC). The symbolic move came on the final day of a week-long ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Xi now on par with Mao, Xiaoping  SME Times1 month ago
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China's CPC enshrines Xi's name in constitution, on par with Mao, Deng

China's ruling Communist Party on Tuesday endorsed a second five-year term for President Xi Jinping and amended its Constitution to add his name and ideology, elevating him on par with party founder Mao Zedong and his successor Deng Xiaoping. Xi's concept of "socialism with Chinese characteristics for a new era" was added to the party's Constitution at the end of the Communist Party's week-long once-in-a-five-year Congress.   The amendment to the CPC's Constitution was approved ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Chinese President Xi Jinping given second 5-year term as leader of ruling Communist Party  Sify1 month ago Xi Jinping secures 2nd term as head of China's ruling Communist Party  Deccan Herald1 month ago China's CPC enshrines 'Xi Jinping thought' in constitution  Rediff.com1 month ago
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10 research centres in China to study Xi's ideological thought

China's ruling Communist Party has approved the establishment of 10 research centres to study and interpret President Xi Jinping's thoughts on socialism, according to a media report.The research centres and institutes were established by the Communist Party ...
 Business Standard5 hours ago Communist Party of China unveils Politburo Standing Committee  catchnews.com1 month ago No successor in sight. Xi is China's unquestioned boss  Rediff.com1 month ago China's Communist Party adds Xi Jinping's name to its charter  catchnews.com1 month ago
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How India must counter the Chinese threat

'The military aim in a future conflict, if it can't be avoided, should be to cause maximum damage to the adversary's war waging capability and capture limited amount of territory as a bargaining counter,' says Brigadier Gurmeet Kanwal (retd). The foremost challenge for India to ensure peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific will be to manage the rise of a militarily assertive China that is seeking to achieve a 'favourable strategic posture'. Having come close to completing its four ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago

Millions of Chinese officials directed to read Xi's new book

Millions of officials across China have been asked to study President Xi Jinping's new book on governance which contains his speeches, ideological thoughts and instructions, according to a notice issued by the ruling Communist party.Xi, 64, who has emerged as ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Christians in China swap Jesus posters with Xi: Report

Hundreds of Christians in an impoverished county in rural China have swapped posters of Jesus Christ for portraits of President Xi Jinping as part of a local government poverty-relief programme, a media report said today. The Yugan county in Jiangxi province ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Jinping's Belt and Road Initiative a 'political masterstroke' at home, abroad: Expert

The One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative must be seen as a political and economic masterstroke by Chinese President Xi Jinping, in terms of its domestic as well foreign impact, an expert has said."The singular contribution of the man now vying for a place next ...
 Business Standard1 month ago President Xi's Belt and Road Initiative a 'political masterstroke' at home, abroad: Expert  Business Standard1 month ago
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Xi begins 2nd term, asks PLA to be combat-ready

Xi ordered country's 2.3 million-strong military to be absolutely loyal to the party, to focus on how to win in wars, to pioneer reforms and innovation, to scientifically manage commanding a unit. Chinese President Xi Jinping has begun his second five-year term ordering the country's 2.3 million-strong military, the world's largest, to be absolutely loyal to the ruling Communist Party and intensify its combat readiness by focussing on how to win wars. The once-in-a-five-year Congress of the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Xi orders PLA to be combat-ready as he begins 2nd term  Business Standard1 month ago Xi orders PLA to be combat-ready  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Xi may not be all powerful

'He still has to deal with party norms and traditions and has been careful to follow the order of seniority,' points out Claude Arpi. Nearly thirty years ago, Belgium-born Simon Leys, one of the best watchers of China, wrote thus about the 'Art of Communist China watching' in the New York Times Book Review: 'Without an ability to decipher non-existent inscriptions written in invisible ink on blank pages, no one should ever dream of analyzing the nature and reality of Chinese Communism. Very ...
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