China threatens India over its response to Taiwan National Day  

China threatens India over its response to Taiwan National Day  

New Delhi/Beijing: – The Indian response to the Taiwan National Day has badly stung China. Chinese mouthpiece claimed that displaying posters of the Taiwanese National Day, outside the Chinese Embassy in New Delhi, was an act of incitement against China. Global Times threatened that India is playing with fire with this kind of unrestrained behaviour. […]

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China upset over Indian media’s stance on Taiwan

China upset over Indian media’s stance on Taiwan

New Delhi: – Indian government has accepted the One China Policy. The Chinese embassy has released a statement demanding that the Indian media too should respect the official policy of the country and stop mentioning Taiwan as a free country. Indian journalists and analysts are claiming that China has committed a blunder by instigating the […]

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After US-Taiwan infrastructure deals, US senators demand trade agreement with Taiwan 

After US-Taiwan infrastructure deals, US senators demand trade agreement with Taiwan 

Washington/Taipei: – The United States and Taiwan signed an important agreement for the development of infrastructural facilities in the Latin American and south-east Asian countries. It is said that this agreement has been made to reduce the dependence of these Asian and Latin American countries, on China. The movements for a trade agreement also have […]

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India should lead Taiwan and Japan against China: demands anti-China Pro-democracy group

India should lead Taiwan and Japan against China: demands anti-China Pro-democracy group

Toronto/New Delhi: – The group ‘Global Campaign for Democratic China’ demanded that India should form a front of the democratic countries like Taiwan and Japan, against China, and lead the front. A webinar of analysts and the victims of Chinese atrocities, from the minorities, was held recently. At this time, an appeal was made to […]

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Those challenging ‘One China Principle’ will have to pay dearly, warns Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi

Those challenging ‘One China Principle’ will have to pay dearly, warns Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi

Berlin: ‘Taiwan is an integral part of China. The Taiwan issue is an internal Chinese matter and the ‘One China Principle’ has been accepted globally. Anyone trying to violate the principle that is the basis of cooperation between China and other countries, will be the enemy of 1.4 billion Chinese people. In that scenario, the […]

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Rising tensions between US and China can spark war with Taiwan, claim US analysts

Rising tensions between US and China can spark war with Taiwan, claim US analysts

Beijing/Taipei: – Senior officials and analysts are claiming that the tension between the United States and China is consistently rising because of the military movements in the South China Sea, and this tension could spark a war. Officials and analysts claim that the possibility of the war is becoming stronger due to the consistent show […]

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US Secretary for Health Alex Azar arrives in Taiwan

US Secretary for Health Alex Azar arrives in Taiwan

Taipei: US Secretary for Health, Alex Azar, reached Taiwan on Sunday for a three-day visit. Azar becomes the highest-ranked US official and leader to visit Taiwan since the United States severed political ties with Taiwan in 1979. China has severely criticised this visit of the US Secretary for Health and has warned that the United […]

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India lambasts China by mentioning former President of Taiwan as ‘Mister Democracy’

India lambasts China by mentioning former President of Taiwan as ‘Mister Democracy’

New Delhi/Taipei: India recorded its condolences on the death of former Taiwanese President saying, ‘Taipei Association of India expresses the deepest anguish over the death of Former Taiwanese President Dr Lee Teng-hui also known as the ‘Mister Democracy’, and we share the grief of the Taiwanese people.’ It is believed that India has retorted against […]

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