Free Press Journal
  • Iran FM in China on diplomatic tour to salvage nuclear deal

    Beijing : Iran’s foreign minister arrived in Beijing on Sunday, Iranian media said, on the first leg of a whirlwind diplomatic tour designed to try and rescue the nuclear deal left on the brink of collapse after the US pulled out.

  • Xi’s thoughts are Marxism of modern China: Chinese official

     Beijing : President Xi Jinping’s thought on socialism is the “Marxism of modern China”, a CPC ideologue has said, as the ruling Communist Party celebrated the 200th birth anniversary of Karl Marx acclaiming his ideology as a saviour of the nation.

  • China’s Communist party using VR gear to test member loyalty

    Beijing : China’s ruling Communist party is using a unique virtual reality test to check the loyalty of its members and determine whether they possess qualities required for the party membership, the official media here reported on Monday.

  • Koreas make nuclear pledge

    Goyang (South Korea) : The leaders of North and South Korea agreed on Friday to pursue a permanent peace and the complete denuclearisation of the divided peninsula, as they embraced after a historic summit laden with symbolism.

  • Differences should not become disputes,  Sitharaman tells China

    Beijing : Differences should not lead to disputes in relations between India and China, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman told her Chinese counterpart General Wei Fenghe in the backdrop of the strain in ties between the two countries after the Dokalam standoff.

  • ‘Need for Indians-Chinese to learn each other’s language’ Sushma

    Beijing : External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday asked Indians and Chinese to learn each other’s language as it will help them overcome communication barriers, resulting in further strengthening the relationship between the two nations.

  • World will hear positive voices against rising protectionism at Modi-Xi summit: China

    Beijing : China on Monday said President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will discuss the threat of rising protectionism and the “unprecedented” changes in the world in the past 100 years at their informal summit at Wuhan this week and the world will hear “very positive voices”.

  • Peace at border essential pre-requisite for smooth ties with China: Swaraj

    Beijing : India on Sunday said maintaining peace in the border areas with China was an “essential pre-requisite” for the smooth development of bilateral ties as External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj held crucial talks with her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi to reset the relations after the Dokalam standoff.Swaraj and Wang also exchanged views on cooperation on multilateral arena and discussed their perspectives on counter-terrorism and collaborative efforts to address other global challenges,

  • Kim-Jong-Un

    Will halt nuclear tests: KIM

    Seoul : North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said he would halt nuclear tests and intercontinental missile launches, in a Saturday announcement welcomed by US President Donald Trump ahead of a much-anticipated summit between the two men.

  • China wants to stick to right path of bilateral ties with India

    Beijing : China wants to stick to the “right path” of bilateral ties with India, explore new areas for cooperation and ensure sound and steady development of the relationship, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Monday.

  • Syria chemical attack: China calls on UNSC to launch probe

    Beijing : China’s representative in the United Nations called on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to take up the responsibility to build unity and consensus and do its utmost to prevent incidents like chemical attacks in Syria’s Douma which claimed lives of more than 50 people.

  • Ahead of Indo-China visit, NSA meets top diplomat

    Beijing : India’s National Security Adviser Ajit Doval on Friday met China’s top diplomat Yang Jiechi ahead of important visits by two Indian ministers in April and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in June.

  • China’s popular news app shut for neglecting socialist values

    Beijing : One of China’s biggest news aggregator app with over 120 million users, including from India, has been removed from online stores for reportedly neglecting the “core socialist values”, official media here reported.