India vital for free, open, inclusive and prosperous Indo-Pacific sector: British Foreign Minister Liz Truss 

India vital for free, open, inclusive and prosperous Indo-Pacific sector: British Foreign Minister Liz Truss 

Mumbai: – British aircraft carrier ‘HMS Queen Elizabeth’ has reached the port of Mumbai, with its fleet of destroyers. The joint exercise between the Indian and British defence forces will be held soon and will be the largest military exercise between the two countries. The arrival of British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss, Chief of Defence […]

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China upset as US holds QUAD meeting

China upset as US holds QUAD meeting

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit the United States for the UN General Assembly. In addition to addressing the rally, Prime Minister Modi will also attend the first face-to-face meeting of the QUAD, hosted by US President Joe Biden. The QUAD meeting is of great significance in the context of the US withdrawal […]

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US President Biden holds talks with Chinese President

US President Biden holds talks with Chinese President

Washington/Beijing: The White House stated last week that US President Joe Biden had a telephonic conversation with Chinese President Xi Jinping. The Biden administration and the media have claimed that President Biden raised the issue of cyber-attacks and the Indo-Pacific issue, along with Coronavirus. Chinese media has claimed that President Jinping has blamed the US […]

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Chinese action threatens Australia’s national security: Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne

Chinese action threatens Australia’s national security: Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne

New Delhi: In the Two Plus Two discussion held recently, Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne said that Australia, alongside India, expects a secure, stable Indo-Pacific region that respects the sovereignty of all other nations. Even though she did not name it directly, Foreign Minister Payne stated that China’s actions in that region would challenge the […]

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Bad debt in construction sector will hit Chinese economy, warn analysts

Bad debt in construction sector will hit Chinese economy, warn analysts

Beijing: Evergrande, China’s leading construction company, has reportedly failed to repay more than 300 billion in debt. It has been revealed that two leading multinational banks have since refused to accept the bonds issued by Fantasia company as collateral. Subsequent developments have brought the issue of bad debts in the Chinese construction sector on the […]

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Japan-Taiwan conduct joint patrols against Chinese destroyer

Japan-Taiwan conduct joint patrols against Chinese destroyer

Taipei: Japan and Taiwan have launched joint patrols against a Chinese destroyer sailing through the Miyako Strait and waters off Senkaku Islands. Japan and Taiwan did not comment on the joint patrols. However, the Taiwanese foreign minister announced the patrols against China would continue for the country’s security, for which Taiwan has collaborated with some […]

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China stops economic agreement with Australia; accuses it of Cold War mindset

China stops economic agreement with Australia; accuses it of Cold War mindset

Beijing/Canberra: China announced an indefinite postponement of talks regarding an important economic agreement with Australia. It has accused Australia of harbouring cold war mentality and discrimination against China. Australia said that this Chinese decision is unfortunate. A few days ago, Australia delivered a severe jolt to the Chinese Belt and Road scheme. It is being […]

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German Health Minister underscores necessity for ‘global reset’ to fight future pandemics

German Health Minister underscores necessity for ‘global reset’ to fight future pandemics

Berlin/Washington: German Health Minister Jens Spahn appealed during a meeting of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Wednesday that “the world is still insufficiently prepared for future epidemics and the risks they pose. Therefore, its structure needs to be rebuilt.” As part of the WHO initiative, a new global hub will be set up in Germany for research […]

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Chinese aircraft carrier holds war exercises in South China Sea, Philippines criticises China

Chinese aircraft carrier holds war exercises in South China Sea, Philippines criticises China

Beijing/Manila: Chinese aircraft carrier Shandong held war exercises along with its fleet of destroyers in the South China Sea. The Chinese Navy announced that this exercise was for the security of sovereignty of the country, and such exercises will also be held even in the future. The Philippines has reacted to the practices held by […]

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