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  • China launches twin navigation satellites

    Beijing: China on Saturday successfully sent twin navigation satellites into the space on a single carrier rocket, according to official Chinese media.

  • Doklam standoff: China mocks India with bizarre ‘seven sins’ video

    The two-month long India and China Doklam standoff has now become a mockery point for Chinese media. A Chinese news agency Xinhua has mocked India in a video released by the news agency, named “seven sins”. China’s state-run media has lashed out at India over the Doklam dispute by posting a racist video.

  • Beijing should ‘keep calm’ about India’s rise: Chinese media

    Beijing: India is receiving a “massive influx” of foreign investments which will greatly enhance its ability to develop the manufacturing sector and China should “keep calm” and start working on a more effective growth strategy for the new era, a state-run newspaper said on Sunday.

  • India will suffer greater losses than 1962 if incited: Chinese media

    Beijing: Amidst the tension between India and China over the Sikkim border issue, a state-run Chinese media has warned that New Delhi would suffer “greater losses” than in 1962 if any attempt is made to incite military conflict. This came in response to Indian Defence Minister Arun Jatiley’s remarks that India of 2017 was different from what it was in 1962.


    India ‘still stuck’ in 1962 war mindset: Chinese media

    Beijing: Criticising the strong reactions from India over China blocking its bid to enter NSG, a state-run daily today said India is “still stuck” in the 1962 war mindset as it called for a more objective evaluation of Beijing’s stand.

  • Ready to ‘accelerate’ talks to resolve border dispute: China

    Beijing: On the eve of President Pranab Mukherjee’s visit, China today struck a positive note saying that both the countries have been taking positive steps to manage the border dispute and that it is ready to “accelerate” talks to resolve the vexed issue “at an early date”.

  • Shinzo Abe’s India visit part of plan to contain China: Chinese media

    Beijing: As Shinzo Abe begins his crucial visit to India today looking to clinch a slew of deals including bullet trains and amphibious defence planes, Chinese media today said the Japanese premier is trying to rope in India as part of a strategy to contain arch rival China.

  • The Haihunhou, China’s ancient cemetery discovered

    Beijing: Chinese archeologists have announced the discovery of an ancient cemetery belonging to the Western Han Dynasty (206 B.C.-25 A.D.), the media reported on Thursday. The Haihunhou cemetery is located in Jiangxi province. It covers some 40,000 sq.metres with eight tombs and a chariot burial site with walls that stretch for almost 900 metres, the China Daily reported.

  • Stalemate over Colombo Port City project ends: Chinese media

    Beijing: The stalemate over the USD 1.5 billion Chinese funded Colombo Port City project has ended following Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena’s talks with Chinese leaders, China’s state-run media reported today. China and Sri Lanka have ended a stalemate over port project in the island nation’s capital of Colombo, the biggest Chinese investment project in the country, state-run China Daily reported today.

  • China’s Asian Cup campaign impresses nation’s media

    Beijing: The Chinese media praised its national football team for entering the quarter-finals of the Asian Cup football tournament for the first time since 2004 Wednesday after registering two straight victories in the group stage.

  • ‘Indian govt maintaining silence, ambiguity over border row’

    Beijing: Criticising the Indian media and opposition parties for “creating trouble” for Sino-India ties, an official daily here today blamed New Delhi for “maintaining silence and ambiguity” over “provocative” reports of intrusion by Chinese troops into Despang valley in Ladakh.

  • Chinese daily blasts Indian system over rapes

    Beijing: India’s “inefficient and unequal democracy” cannot provide answers to social evils and that is why angry citizens are taking to the streets, an influential Chinese newspaper has said.

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