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Relatives of Azovstal works defenders ask China to intervene
Relatives of Azovstal works defenders ask China to intervene

The relatives of the fighters said at a press conference, "We ask China to intervene and become a peacemaker in this war, to become a lifeline for our fighters from Mariupol, from Azovstal," Ukrayinska Pravda reported.

Asian Football Confederation
2023 AFC Asian Cup to be relocated from China

The 2023 Asian Cup football tournament will be relocated from China to a new host, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) and the tournament's Local Organising Committee announced on Saturday.

WHO
WHO chief censored in China after questioning zero-Covid policy

The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) is being censored on China's internet after questioning the sustainability of the country's zero-Covid policy, CNN reported.

Hangzhou Asian Games
Hangzhou Asian Games 2022 postponed; fresh dates to be announced soon

The fresh dates for the quadrennial continental showpiece will be announced in "due course", said the statement. The decision has come after several provinces of China reported a spurt in Covid-19 cases

Sri Lanka Crisis
India offers additional $500 million after China's muted response to Sri Lanka's request

"A friend in need is a friend indeed" is the saying as it goes. The dictum is in full play as India has offered Sri Lanka an additional $500 million to help it to import fuel while it is in an advance stage of discussion with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a bailout package.

Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari
Musk has to manufacture here to sell Tesla cars in India: Gadkari

Elon Musk, who has just bought Twitter for $44 billion, will have to manufacture his Tesla cars in India, and not China, if he wants to come and sell the vehicles in the country, Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said here on Tuesday.

Blast In Karachi University
4 killed in blast near Chinese institute in Karachi varsity

At least four people, two of which were said to be foreign citizens, were killed and several others injured in an explosion inside the University of Karachi campus on Tuesday, media reports said.

India-China
India suspends tourist visas of Chinese nationals in tit-for-tat move

The government's move came after thousands of Indians including more than 23,000 students, have been stuck in India for over two years as Beijing has suspended the visa process as well as flights from India due to the pandemic situation.

Pak PM Shehbaz Sharif requests Xi for support on Karachi rail project
Pak PM Shehbaz Sharif requests Xi for support on Karachi rail project

The premier blamed PTI for the delay in the launch of the project and regretted that the route plan for Islamabad was reduced abruptly to cut the cost from Rs 16 billion to Rs 12 billion, which he said, caused immense loss to the project's materialisation.

India
India In A 'Comfortable Position' After Adopting 'Neutral' Position On Ukraine: Chinese Media

Beijing based Global times said that New Delhi's insistence of maintaining strategic autonomy has put India in a "comfortable" situation.

Army conducts Airborne exercise in sensitive Siliguri Corridor near China
Army Conducts Airborne Exercise In Sensitive Siliguri Corridor Near China

The Corridor is considered very important from the military perspective and connects the northeastern region with the rest of India.

China To Ramp Up Arms Exports To Pakistan
China To Ramp Up Arms Exports To Pakistan

J-10CE is a 4.5-generation fighter jet, the make of which is among F-15s and F-35 stealth fighters in terms of capacity.

Plane crash in China
Chinese Passenger Plane With 132 Aboard Crashes In Guangxi Province

According to the Civil Aviation Administration of China, there were 123 passengers and nine crew members.

Conflicts Between States In No One's Interests, Xi To Biden
Conflicts Between States In No One's Interests, Xi To Biden

Ahead of their discussion, over video link, the US said Biden would urge China not to provide Russia with military equipment.

India China
India, China Hold 15th Round Of Military Talks To Resolve Eastern Ladakh Row

The 14th round of talks had taken place on January 12 and did not result in any significant headway in resolving the row in remaining friction points.

Chinese Flag
China Uneasy To Defend Putin's Methods

China's decision to abstain on Friday night at the end of the UN security council vote condemning the Russian invasion of Ukraine may be a source of deep frustration in the west, but it will also send a nervous tremor through the Russian ministry of foreign affairs that China's protection is not unconditional, The Guardian reported.

India-Russia-China- The Triangle politics
Ukraine Invasion: After Modi Speaks To Putin, Jinping Dials Russian Prez In Less Than 24 Hrs  

Know the reasons behind the measured responses to Russia's war on Ukraine. How China's perspective is 180 degrees apart from the Indian point of view

China To Provide J-10C Fighter Jets To Pakistan
China To Provide J-10C Fighter Jets To Pakistan

First published on social media last week, the images show two J-10Cs, equipped with China's domestically developed WS-10B Taihang turbofan engines, undertaking test flights at an undisclosed location.

Galwan Valley Clash
China Suffered Higher Losses Than Reported: Australian Newspaper On Galwan Valley Clash

The border standoff in eastern Ladakh erupted on May 5, 2020, following a violent clash in the Pangong lake area and both sides gradually enhanced their deployment by rushing in tens of thousands of soldiers as well as heavy weaponry.

Women's Asian Cup: China Defeat Vietnam To Keep Title Dream Alive, Enter Semis
Women's Asian Cup: China Defeat Vietnam To Keep Title Dream Alive, Enter Semis

China PR came into the tie having won all their group games without conceding a goal, while Vietnam were vying to chart history by progressing into the semi-finals and sealing FIFA Women's World Cup Australia/New Zealand qualification.

Women's Asia Cup
Women's Asia Cup: India Down China 2-0 To Win Bronze Medal

Drag flicker Gurjit Kaur and forward Sharmila Devi scored a goal apiece off penalty corners as India defeated China 2-0 to win the bronze medal in the Women's Asia Cup hockey tournament here on Friday.

China Constructing Villages At Disputed Bhutan Territory
China Constructing Villages At Disputed Bhutan Territory

In 2017, China was carrying out infrastructural development work at Doklam, to which India had objected. China then claimed that there was a boundary dispute between Bhutan and China and to which India had no claims.

Birth Rates In China's 10 Provincial-Level Regions Fall Below 1 Per Cent, Showing Demographic Crisis
Birth Rates In China's 10 Provincial-Level Regions Fall Below 1 Per Cent, Showing Demographic Crisis

After the endorsement of the three-child policy, more than 20 provincial-level regions of China have completed modifications and rolled out supportive measures like increased leave for couples, parental leave, extended maternity leave, marriage leave and paternity leave.

China At It Again, Claims Arunachal Pradesh 'Inherent Part' Of Its Territory
China At It Again, Claims Arunachal Pradesh 'Inherent Part' Of Its Territory

"Arunachal Pradesh has always been, and will always be an integral part of India. Assigning invented names to places in Arunachal Pradesh does not alter this fact," External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said.

China
China Reports Sudden Spike In COVID-19 Cases Ahead Of Winter Olympics

The spike in cases ahead of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics has sparked concerns in the country as officials scampered to arrest the spread.

IAF Chief
China's Aggressive Intent Visible In Rapid Enhancement Of Operational Infrastructure: IAF Chief

He said China's "growing imprint" will surely increase contestation and competition in the economic domain and it will attempt to keep India engaged on issues relating to the unsettled borders.

MI6 chief Richard Moore
MI6 Chief Warns Of China's 'Debt Traps And Data Traps'

Mr Moore said China was now "the single greatest priority" for his agency and warned that a "miscalculation" by an over-confident regime in Beijing over an issue like Taiwan could pose a "serious challenge" to global peace.

Uganda
Uganda Loses Most Prominent Airport To China For Failing To Repay Loan

The Ugandan government has lost its major airport to China for failing to repay a loan, African media reported.

Cong Alleges China Built Villages Near Doklam, Grabbed 100 Sq Km Land
Cong Alleges China Built Villages Near Doklam, Grabbed 100 Sq Km Land

Congress spokesperson Gaurav Vallabh said the new satellite images on Chinese military development, show purported construction of Chinese villages in Bhutanese territory over the last year, multiple new villages are seen spreading through an area roughly 100 square km (25,000 acres). The villages were constructed between May 2020 and November 2021.

Scientists Find 18 More Viruses From China's Wet Markets
Scientists Find 18 More Viruses From China's Wet Markets

"From this we identified 71 mammalian viruses, with 45 described for the first time. Eighteen viruses were considered as potentially high risk to humans and domestic animals," said corresponding author Shuo Su from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Nanjing Agricultural University in China.

China Overtakes US As Richest Country In The World
China Overtakes US As Richest Country In The World

Net worth worldwide rose to $514 trillion in 2020, from $156 trillion in 2000, according to the study.

Beijing Tightens Entry Curbs Amid Covid Resurgence
Beijing Tightens Entry Curbs Amid Covid Resurgence

The latest Covid-19 resurgence in China has spread to 21 provincial-level regions, where new locally transmitted cases or asymptomatic carriers were reported in the past few days, according to the National Health Commission (NHC).

China Carried Out Constructions In Areas It Illegally Occupied: Centre
China Carried Out Constructions In Areas It Illegally Occupied: Centre

Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi also stressed on the fact that the government has always conveyed its strong protest to such activities through diplomatic channels and will continue to do so in the future.

pentagon
China Taking "Incremental And Tactical Actions" To Press Territorial Claims With India: Pentagon

The Pentagon said despite the ongoing diplomatic and military dialogues to reduce border tensions, China has continued "taking incremental and tactical actions" to press its claims at the LAC.

Concerns On China's Compliance With Biological Weapons Convention, 700 Nuclear Warheads By 2027
Concerns On China's Compliance With Biological Weapons Convention, 700 Nuclear Warheads By 2027

The report also reveals that China may have already established a nuclear triad, which includes the ability to launch such missiles from the air, ground and sea.

Global Legislators To Demand Tough Stand On China From G20 Countries
Global Legislators To Demand Tough Stand On China From G20 Countries

India has joined IPAC as the 21st legislature represented. "India joins IPAC with co-chairs @SujeetKOfficial and @ninong_erring. As the world's largest democracy, India has an integral part to play in the upholding of the rules based international order. India is the 21st legislature represented in #IPAC," IPAC tweeted.

China Locks Down Lanzhaou City
Covid Third Wave: China Locks Down Lanzhaou City

After second wave of Covid-19 wrecked havoc across the globe, the threat of the third wave still persists. To prevent such an eventuality, China locked down its Lanzhou city on Tuesday.

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US Revokes Licence Of China Telecom On National Security Concerns
US Revokes Licence Of China Telecom On National Security Concerns

China Telecom, which has provided telecoms services in the US for nearly 20 years, called the decision "disappointing"

China's PLA Deploys New Type Of All-Terrain Vehicle On Border With India
China's PLA Deploys New Type Of All-Terrain Vehicle On Border With India

The delivery of the vehicle comes at a time when China and India failed to reach an agreement during the 13th round of corps commander-level talks over issues related to the western section of the China-India border

China comes under attack in WTO for breaking rules
China Comes Under Attack In WTO For Breaking Rules

Representatives from various governments around the globe catalogued a long list of ways in which they said China bends or breaks the rules, the report said.

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