China lures the Arab countries with $ 23 billion in loans

China lures the Arab countries with $ 23 billion in loans

Beijing: Chinese President Xi Jinping has announced a financial aid of $ 23 billion to 20 Arab countries from the Middle East and Africa. The whole world is talking about how China is trying to entice all the countries around the world into debt using its financial strength. On this background, it is being alleged […]

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China ensnaring countries all over the world into a debt trap, claims a leading US Daily

China ensnaring countries all over the world into a debt trap, claims a leading US Daily

Washington/Beijing: China has succeeded in acquiring a strategic military base within a few hundred miles of the Indian border, by ensnaring Sri Lanka in a debt trap, claimed a leading US daily. In an agreement signed at the end of last year, the Sri Lankan government has leased the Hambantota port and 15,000 acres of […]

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India rejects China’s proposal for tripartite talks

India rejects China’s proposal for tripartite talks

New Delhi: The Chinese Ambassador to India, Luo Zhaohui had advised that India, China and Pakistan should hold tripartite talks to avoid situations like ‘Doklam’ in the future. However, India has rejected this demand. The Indian Foreign Ministry lashed out at the Chinese Ambassador clearly stating that the issues between India and Pakistan are bilateral […]

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In an indirect attack on Pakistan at the SCO Summit, EAM Sushma Swaraj says action should be taken against countries supporting terrorism

In an indirect attack on Pakistan at the SCO Summit, EAM Sushma Swaraj says action should be taken against countries supporting terrorism

Beijing: Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj targeted Pakistan at the ‘Shanghai Cooperation Organisation’ (SCO) meeting strongly saying, ‘We cannot restrict the war against terrorism only to eliminate terrorists. The war against terrorism needs to include harsh actions against the countries backing and providing financial assistance to them.’ Foreign Minister Swaraj targeted Pakistan, without naming it, […]

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Nepal Prime Minister Oli on a 3-day India visit; India-Nepal to build new rail route between Raxaul, Kathmandu

Nepal Prime Minister Oli on a 3-day India visit; India-Nepal to build new rail route between Raxaul, Kathmandu

New Delhi: Prime Minister of Nepal K.P. Sharma Oli, known for his anti-India and pro-Chinese policies is on a three-day India visit. The Nepalese Prime Minister’s India visit gains importance in view of the fact that India and China are engaged in a bitter battle to increase their influence in the South Asian countries and […]

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Change in status quo on border by China may lead to another Doklam, says Indian ambassador to China, Gautam Bambawale

Change in status quo on border by China may lead to another Doklam, says Indian ambassador to China, Gautam Bambawale

Beijing: Gautam Bambawale, the Indian Ambassador to China firmly stated the Indian stand with the words, “The ‘Doklam’ dispute is over. The political dialogue between the two countries has been resumed. But there is no dialogue established between the two armies. A dialogue between the Indian and Chinese armies is an extreme necessity. Because if […]

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Indo-China relations face Jinping ‘Presidential’ challenge, warn Chinese analysts

Indo-China relations face Jinping ‘Presidential’ challenge, warn Chinese analysts

Beijing: The Chinese analysts have started discussing the political effects of the removal of time limit of the Presidency tenure of Xi Jinping. Analysts claim that this decision of China will affect the Indo-China relations. President Jinping has taken the initiative for the One Belt One Road (OBOR) project and it is believed that this […]

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Increasing influence of Russia and China in the Middle East jeopardises US interests, warns US CENTCOM Chief

Increasing influence of Russia and China in the Middle East jeopardises US interests, warns US CENTCOM Chief

Washington: Although the IS has been defeated, the United States’ conflict in the Gulf is far from over. The opposing countries, Russia and China are increasing their influence in the Gulf and this is contrary to the interests of the United States. Therefore, the United States will have to continue with its resistance in the […]

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The US, India, Japan and Australia ready to challenge China’s OBOR

The US, India, Japan and Australia ready to challenge China’s OBOR

Sydney: India, the United States, Japan and Australia have prepared to reply to the ambitious Chinese project ‘One Belt One Road’ (OBOR). A senior Australian official has attracted media attention disclosing this information. Over the past few days, the United States and the European countries have started criticising the Chinese OBOR project openly and the […]

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Increasing opposition from Europe & US to China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’

Increasing opposition from Europe & US to China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’

Munich: The opposition to the ambitious ‘One Belt, One Road’ (OBOR) initiative of the Chinese President, Xi Jinping is on the rise in Europe. While criticising China’s ambitious plan at an international conference in Germany, the European leaders said that it was a conflict between the Chinese dictatorial and democratic values. Along with Europe, the […]

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