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COVID-19 Virus Leaked From China's Wuhan Lab: US Republican Report
COVID-19 Virus Leaked From China's Wuhan Lab: US Republican Report

Once dismissed as conspiracy, the "lab leak theory" has recently gained steam with scientists across the world demanding fresh probes into the Covid-19 origins.

Border Dispute: India, China Agree To Resolve Remaining Border Dispute
LAC Border Row: India, China Agree To Resolve Remaining Border Dispute

This round of meeting was constructive, which further enhanced mutual understanding. They agreed to resolve these remaining issues in an expeditious manner in accordance with the existing agreements and protocols and maintain the momentum of dialogue and negotiations.

China Sounds COVID-19 Alarm As Delta Variant Spreads To 18 Provinces
China Sounds COVID-19 Alarm As Delta Variant Spreads To 18 Provinces

Capital city Beijing reported two new COVID-19 confirmed and one asymptomatic cases on Sunday, a spokesperson said at a press briefing.

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India, China Militaries Discuss Border Crisis For Nine Hours

Military delegates from India and China deliberated for almost nine hours to resolve the border crisis on Saturday at Moldo on the Chinese side in the Ladakh region.

LAC Disengagement Row: India, China To Hold 12th Round Of Military-Level Talks On Saturday
LAC Disengagement Row: India, China To Hold 12th Round Of Military-Level Talks On Saturday

China has been enhancing military infrastructure across the LAC for some time now. Looking at it, India has changed its posture towards China, and unlike its previous defensive approach that placed a premium on fending on Chinese aggression, India is now catering military options to strike back and has reoriented its forces accordingly.

Tokyo Olympics: China Shatters World Record To Win Women's 4x200m Freestyle Relay; 
Tokyo Olympics: China Shatters World Record To Win Women's 4x200m Freestyle Relay

Indian rowers, Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh, ended 11th over in the men's lightweight double sculls competition at the Tokyo Olympics on Thursday.

Chinese Prez during his visit to Tibet
Chinese President Xi Jinping Makes Surprise Visit To Tibet

Chinese President Xi Jinping had last visited the Tibet Autonomous Region in 2011 when he was China's Vice President.

Heavy Rain in China
Death Toll From Heavy Rains In China Reaches 33

Rainwater has damaged more than 215,200 hectares of crops, causing a direct economic loss of about 1.22 billion yuan.

China's First Human Infection Case With Monkey B Virus Dies
China's First Human Infection Case With Monkey B Virus Dies

The virus, initially isolated in 1932, is an alphaherpesvirus enzootic in macaques of the genus Macaca. It can be transmitted via direct contact and exchange of bodily secretions; and has a fatality rate of 70-80 per cent.

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Monsoon Session: Border Dispute With China To Rock Parliament

Earlier this month, the Chinese displayed banners near the Line of Control in Demchok during celebrations of the birthday of the Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on July 6.

WHO Chief Says It Was 'Premature' To Rule Out COVID Lab Leak
WHO Chief Says It Was 'Premature' To Rule Out COVID Lab Leak

China has struck back aggressively, arguing that attempts to link the origins of COVID-19 to a lab were politically motivated and suggesting that the virus might have started abroad.

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Chinese Social Media Giant Wechat Shuts LGBT Accounts

WeChat sent account holders a notice they violated rules but gave no details, according to the founder of an LGBT group, who asked not to be identified further out of fear of possible official retaliation. She said at least dozens of accounts were shut down, all at about 10 p.m. on Tuesday.

Uighur women face China's forced sterilisation campaign
Uighur Women Face China's Forced Sterilisation Campaign

One of the most galling atrocities committed against Uighur women in the camps is the Chinese Communist Partys (CCP) forced sterilisation campaign.

India Always Ready To Give Befitting Reply If Provoked: Defence Minister
India Always Ready To Give Befitting Reply If Provoked: Defence Minister

India is a peace-loving nation that never resorts to any kind of aggression, but at the same time, it is always prepared to give a befitting reply if provoked.

Bullet Train In Tibet
China Launches First Bullet Train In Tibet, Close To Indian Border

China on Friday operationalised its first fully electrified bullet train in the remote Himalayan region of Tibet, connecting the provincial capital Lhasa and Nyingchi, a strategically located Tibetan border town close to Arunachal Pradesh.

China's Manned Mission
China All Set To Launch Manned Mission With Three Astronauts For Its Space Station

China is all set to send the first three crew members to its new space station for three months on Thursday morning, the country's space agency announced on Wednesday.

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Valour Of Galwan Bravehearts Will Be Eternally Etched In Memory Of Nation: Indian Army

On the first anniversary of the deadly clashes, the Army said the supreme sacrifice of the soldiers while fighting the adversary in the "most difficult" high altitude terrain will be "eternally etched" in the memory of the nation.

G-7 Summit: Leaders Agree On Vaccines, China And Taxing Corporations
G-7 Summit: Leaders Agree On COVID Vaccines, China And Taxing Corporations

Speaking at the end of a G-7 leaders' summit in southwest England, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson praised the fantastic degree of harmony among the reenergised group, which met in person for the first time in two years.

China Gas Explosion
12 killed, Over 100 Injured In Gas Explosion In China

At least 12 people were killed and more than 100 others injured after a gas explosion tore through a residential community in central China on Sunday, official media reported.

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Karnataka Police Busts Rs 290 Crore Scam With Suspected Links To Chinese 'Hawala' Operators

Karnataka police said they have busted a Rs 290 crore plus scam that involved duping people through a mobile app after promising attractive interest on investment and two Chinese nationals were among the nine arrested.

SIM Cards
Indian SIM Cards Used In China For Frauds Under Lens

Indian agencies are engaged in getting details of 1,300 SIM cards as they were being used by a gang of Chinese to hack accounts and commit financial frauds, a suspected activity of a Chinese intelligence agency.

China Mars Probe
China's Mars Rover Sends 1st Selfie, 'Touring' Group Photos

China has revealed new images from its Zhurong rover on Mars, including a beautiful selfie of the rover next to its landing platform.

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SARS-Cov-2 Origin: West Bengal Youth Confirms Lab-Leak Of Virus From Wuhan, Busts 'Animal-To-Human' Theory!

"The Seeker" is neither a scientist nor a scientific researcher but this former teacher of science is an avid internet data miner who managed to learn the weird but painstaking technique of searching the back alleys of the web, far beyond the well-lit places patrolled by Google.

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Covid-19: Growing Evidence Supports Wuhan Lab-Leak Theory

Amid the clamour for an in-depth investigation into the origins of the Covid-19 pandemic, an Indian scientist couple have supported the lab-leak theory.

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Did China's 'Bat Woman' Receive $600K From US For Coronavirus Work?

Amid the leaked Anthony S Fauci emails and independent investigations into the Wuhan lab secrets, reports have emerged again that the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China was funded by the US government and the virology lab, headed by Shi Zhengli, received nearly $600,000 in 'gain-of-function' research.