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Trump says Modi not in 'good mood' about China

US President Donald Trump has claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not pleased with the Xi Jinping regime over the ongoing border conflict while reiterating his offer of mediation between India and China. Responding to a media query related to the border tensions between India and China, President Trump on Thursday at his Oval Office said, "They have a big conflict going with India and China

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US offers to mediate between China, India on border row

The US on Wednesday revealed that it has offered to mediate in the ongoing standoff between India and China at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh

China can't remain oblivious to India's illegal constructions in Ladakh. says Pakistani foreign minister

Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Wednesday that the recent conflict between China and India was triggered by the latter's "illegal constructions" in Ladakh, Radio Pakistan reported

'Chinese Banks providing support for Sri Lanka’s post COVID-19 economic recovery'

Hu Wei, Chargé d’affaires of the Chinese Embassy in Sri Lanka has said that at a time Sri Lanka is faced with two “arduous tasks” of combating the COVID-19 epidemic and reviving the economy, Chinese banks and other enterprises are providing strong support for the country’s economic recovery via financial, investment and other channels

China instigated Nepal against India, planning more skirmishes to corner New Delhi

China feels that India is also acting against it; hence, it is creating troubles for India. Before the protest from Nepal, it instigated Pakistan, writes Jai Kumar Verma for South Asia Monitor

India-China border tense, PM Modi chairs high-level security meeting

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a meeting with the country's top defence and foreign affairs officials and the National Security Advisor (NSA) over the prevailing tense situation at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) with China. NSA Ajit Doval and the Chief of Defence Staff, General Bipin Rawat, were part of the meeting. During the meeting, Modi wanted to know how to end the standoff and resolve the issue

India's 'forgotten war' with China

The only India-China conflict that remains etched in our collective memory is the 1962 war, which India tragically lost. But five years later, in 1967, India and China faced off once again in the heights of Cho La and Nathu La at the Sikkim border. This time, overcoming the odds, India triumphed

Indian Chinese militaries talk to resolve border standoff, no breakthrough yet

Indian Army and China's People's Liberation Army held several meetings to resolve the face-off in eastern Ladakh at Line of Actual Control, however no breakthrough has taken place till Monday, sources said

Pampering of China, injustice to Taiwan must end

No invitation to Taiwan for the WHA meeting was a foregone conclusion with DG WHO loyal to Beijing. The probe into the origin of COVID-19 may peter out with China having destroyed the evidence in Wuhan, writes Lt Gen P. C. Katoch (retd) for South Asia Monitor

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The Tirupati man and understanding strategic deterrence

The COVID-19 lockdown ruminations continue.  There are some concepts in the world of international power play that are difficult to comprehend, even for us normal adults

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Miss Nepal calls for action to help migrant workers stranded at Nepal-India border

Miss Nepal World 2018 Shrinkhala Khatiwada is indeed a beauty with a purpose. She has lent her voice to the issues of migrants stranded on the Nepal-India border, showing her support for CNN Hero…