Free Press Journal
  • Even Himalayas can’t stop China and India if there is political trust

    Beijing : China and India should shed their mental inhibitions and manage differences to enhance bilateral ties, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday and insisted that even the Himalayas cannot stop the two countries from friendly exchanges if there is political trust.

  • Sino-India border row should be resolved in a calm way, says China

    Beijing : Defending its military infrastructure build up in Dokalam, China on Monday claimed that the area falls within its sovereignty and said Sino-India differences over the border should be resolved in a “calm way” through the existing mechanisms. Commenting on Indian envoy to China Gautam Bambawale’s interview to state-run Chinese daily ‘The Global Times’ where he said the status quo should not be changed along the sensitive areas of the 3,488-km

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    ‘India, China should resolve border differences in a calm way’

    Beijing: India and China should look at their border differences, including over Dokalam, in a “calm way” and resolve them through existing mechanisms, the Chinese foreign ministry said today. Reacting to Indian Ambassador to China Gautam Bambawale’s interview to Chinese daily the Global Times where he said the status quo should not be changed along the sensitive areas of the 3,488-km border, Chinese

  • Lessons should be learnt from Doklam standoff: China

    Beijing: Ahead of Friday’s India-China border talks, China today said that the Doklam standoff posed a “major test” for the bilateral ties and lessons should be learnt from it to avoid a similar “conflict” in the future.

  • Next round of India-China boundary talks will be held in due course: China

    Beijing: The next round of Special Representatives talks between India and China over the boundary issue will be held in due course, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said today. National Security Advisor Ajit Doval will hold talks with his Chinese counterpart, Yang Jiechi, who are currently the designated Special Representatives. Both sides have so far held 19 rounds of talks.

  • China raises pitch, foreign minister now warns India

    Beijing: China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi has claimed that India “admitted” to entering Chinese territory and said the solution to the standoff was for its troops to “conscientiously withdraw” from the Dokalam area in the Sikkim sector.

  • Dokalam: India talks tough, wants China to withdraw troops

    New Delhi: In a toughening of its stand, India on Thursday asked China to withdraw its troops from Dokalam on the Bhutan-China border if it wanted New Delhi to pull out its Army from the area.