Observer Research Foundation organised a talk on the Indian Prime Minister's two-day visit to China in November by Mr. Gautam Bambawale, Joint Secretary (East Asia), Ministry of External Affairs, on November 21, 2013. The talk was moderated by Mr. Observer India, 1 week ago
India, China trying to build a hotline for senior military officials - Economic Times, 1 week ago
China unhappy over Indias strike corps move - Assam Tribune, 2 weeks ago
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New Delhi: India and China are trying to find a solution to the issue of China's policy of issuing stapled visas to people from Arunachal Pradesh, a senior official said here yesterday. Taking part in an interaction on Prime Minister's visit to ...Qatar Peninsula, 2 weeks ago India, China trying to solve stapled visa issue: Official Taaza.com, 2 weeks ago India, China working on stapled visa issue to people from Arunachal Pradesh TruthDive, 2 weeks ago India China trying to solve stapled visa issue official Mumbai News.Net, 2 weeks ago
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Former Australian coach John Buchanan has said that he tried to make travelling an enlightening experience for cricket players and took them to red-light areas in Calcutta, and albatross rookeries in New Zealand. According to The Age, Buchanan ...Bombay News.Net, 2 weeks ago
1. The 5th meeting of the India-Japan-United States trilateral dialogue will be held in Tokyo on November 15, 2013. 2. The expected main participants are as follows: Japan: Mr. Kenji Hiramatsu, Deputy Vice-Minister for Foreign Policy, Ministry ...Noodls, 3 weeks ago
Press Release Manipal: "India and Japan are poised to strengthen its relationship in the current framework of comprehensive strategic partnership agreement. There are lot of challenges because of the fast changing geopolitical dynamics and the ...Mangalorean, 1 month ago
Stapled visa row: Anger grows against China"We strongly object to the grant of stapled visas to two sportswomen who were on their way to represent country," Arunachal Pradesh CM Nabam Tuki said.
NEW DELHI: Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Nabam Tuki on Friday condemned granting of stapled Chinese visa to two young women archers who were prevented at the IGI Airport from leaving for China to take part in the upcoming Youth World Archery ...Times of India, 1 month ago Tuki Condemns China's Act of Issuing Stapled Visa to 2 Archers Outlook India, 1 month ago Arunachal Pradesh visa row: CM condemns China€s act; BJP writes to Prez ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago
India has once again raised with China the issue of intrusion by its troops in the Daulat Beg Oldi (DBO) sector in eastern Ladakh lasting three weeks earlier this year. The matter was raised by India during the fourth meeting of the working mechanism for ...Asian Age, 2 months ago India-China border mechanism talks concluded on positive note APN News, 2 months ago Stress on peace in border areas Assam Tribune, 2 months ago India, China agree to keep peace on border Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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