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Chinese company allowed exploration in Balochistan

The Balochistan government in Pakistan has allowed Chinese firm Metrological Construction Company of China (MCC) — registered locally with the name of Saindak Metals Limited (SML) — the exploration and development of East Ore Body in Saindak lease area and the company has been issued an NoC for the purpose

Pakistan receives $1.3 billion loan from China

Pakistan received the much-awaited $1.3 billion in commercial loan from China, helping Islamabad achieve the foreign exchange reserve target of around $12 billion by the end of fiscal year 2019-20

Indian, Chinese militaries hold talks to resolve border issue

Talks between top Indian and Chinese military delegates started on Tuesday morning to resolve the border issue in eastern Ladakh

Concerned over ban on Chinese apps, Beijing reaches out to India

China on Tuesday reached out to India, expressing anxiety about the ban imposed by the Indian government on popular Chinese mobile applications like TikTok and WeChat, among others

Stoppage of China-origin IT consignments hits business

The ongoing tension between India and China amid the coronavirus lockdown has come at a considerable cost to the economy

India's ban on 59 Chinese apps: Millions affected

With the Indian government announcing to ban 59 Chinese apps, millions of users were in a flux on Tuesday as some of those popular apps were still there on their smartphones and available for downloads, barring TikTok and Helo which disappeared from both Google Play Store and Apple App Store

Will comply with India ban, not sharing user data with China: TikTok

Chinese short-video making app TikTok on Tuesday said it is in the process of complying with the Indian government order to ban 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok, and is not sharing any data of Indian users with the Chinese government

India-China military delegates to meet again to resolve border issues

Amid tension at the borders, top Indian and Chinese military delegations will meet for the third time on Tuesday in Chushul in Leh district, sources said

Tibetan exile administration supports call against China

The Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) in Dharamsala on Monday supported last week's call to the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) experts to take urgent measures against Chinese violations

Strict scrutiny of Chinese imports affects industries

With the Modi government taking a tough stand on imports from China amid the border tensions, several industries that depended on inputs from that country are facing delay in getting their supplies as the goods are held up at ports and airports and are being subjected to stricter customs scrutiny

BOC and China Development Bank to enter into USD 140 mn facility agreement

Bank of Ceylon (BOC) and China Development Bank (CDB) will enter into a USD 140 million long-term facility where drawdown will be under two tranches of USD 70 million each

Military aggression not first by China, won't be last: CTA President Lobsang Sangay

The military aggression across the Himalayas is not the first by China and it won't be the last. India never shared a border with China -- it is the Indo-Tibet border

India-China border row pinches India Inc hard, imports held up

In the wake of the India-China border clashes and the subsequent hardening of positions on both sides, the worst apprehensions of Indian trade and industry seem to be coming true, market sources said

Chinese expats comfortable in India despite rise in anti-Chinese sentiments

Chinese expatriates living in India have not been impacted by the deteriorating bilateral relations between the two countries

Maldives at high risk of debt distress from China: World Bank

The World Bank revealed that Maldives was included among nine countries ranked to be in debt distress or at high risk as a result of loans from China

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Hilsa glut in Barishal

With the doom and gloom surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic slowly subsiding, the west bank of Barishal's Kirtankhola river in Bangladesh has started to see increased activity