China launches hotline to report defamatory comments against Communist Party

China launches hotline to report defamatory comments against Communist Party

Beijing: – The ruling Chinese communist party appealed to inform against any online criticism and announced a hotline for that purpose. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) announced it. The extreme intolerance and hypersensitivity shown against the criticism indicate the insecurity of the Chinese Communist Party.  Stringent restrictions have been imposed on the internet in […]

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Threat on LAC in Ladakh averted but not over: Army Chief General Naravane

Threat on LAC in Ladakh averted but not over: Army Chief General Naravane

New Delhi: Chief of Army Staff, General Manoj Mukund Naravane emphasized tnat the tension on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh has not been diffused completely. It cannot be claimed that ‘all is well,’ unless the Indian and Chinese militaries retract to the April 2020 positions. But General Naravane reassured the country, saying […]

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Developments on the LAC, an eyeopener for India: Chief of US Indo-Pacific command

Developments on the LAC, an eyeopener for India: Chief of US Indo-Pacific command

Washington: – A virtual meeting of QUAD will be held on 12th March. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, US President Joe Biden, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga will be attending the meeting. White House Press Secretary Jane Psaki made this announcement. Great strategic significance is being attached to this […]

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Tension will not reduce unless China disengages troops from Ladakh LAC, warns Indian Diplomat  

Tension will not reduce unless China disengages troops from Ladakh LAC, warns Indian Diplomat  

New Delhi: India has warned once again that the tension on Ladakh’s LAC will not reduce unless China withdraws from the border completely. The Indian Diplomat, Anurag Srivastava, has revealed information that this point was clarified during the phone conversation between the Indian and Chinese Ministers of External Affairs. Even though China has withdrawn from […]

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India-China relations will not improve unless goodwill is established on the LAC

India-China relations will not improve unless goodwill is established on the LAC

New Delhi: Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi held a telephonic discussion. During the long discussion, which lasted for 75 minutes, it was agreed to establish a hotline between the leaders of both countries. At the same time, Foreign Minister Jaishankar pointed out that China has still not withdrawn its […]

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