Indo-China border row

'Don't ask actors about things not related to them,' says Manoj Bajpayee

'Don't ask actors about things not related to them,' says Manoj Bajpayee

Bollywood celebrities are asked for their opinions on just about everything these days, National Award-winning actor Manoj Bajpayee notes.

FPJ Edit: Peaceful border de-escalation — or is it early days?

FPJ Edit: Peaceful border de-escalation — or is it early days?

According to press statements issued by the respective Foreign Ministries in New Delhi and Beijing on Monday, the process of disengagemen...Read More

FPJ Edit: A loud and clear message to China

FPJ Edit: A loud and clear message to China

All available evidence indicates that it will take some doing for normalcy to return at the Indo-China border following the Chinese perfi...Read More

FPJ Edit: Much needed reassurance on the border situation

FPJ Edit: Much needed reassurance on the border situation

Given how little we know of the actual situation at the disputed Indo-China border, and how there is a surfeit of wild speculation, the P...Read More

Corporate giants pull the strings in India-China trade

Corporate giants pull the strings in India-China trade

The need now is for mature responsible leadership in both countries to ensure that differences on the 3,488 kilometre border do not feste...Read More

FPJ EDit: Narendra Modi’s biggest test in the last six years

FPJ EDit: Narendra Modi’s biggest test in the last six years

The death of 20 Indian soldiers, including a colonel, in a violent face-off with the People’s Liberation Army on the Line of Actual Contr...Read More

Indo-China history need not repeat itself; government's strategy must include more transparency and diplomacy

Indo-China history need not repeat itself; government's strategy must include more transparency and diplomacy

It is beyond question that both Houses of Parliament must be convened to threadbare discuss the border conflict.

FPJ Edit: Nepal playing to China’s tune

FPJ Edit: Nepal playing to China’s tune

Clearly egged on by China, the Nepalese Communist government is acting too big for its boots. Recently, Nepal’s House of Representative u...Read More

Gen Xu Qiliang’s new position reinforces Indo-China tensions

Gen Xu Qiliang’s new position reinforces Indo-China tensions

As a rising star of the PLA, 57-year-old Gen Xu has probably been sent to oversee the ground forces of the Western Theatre Command where ...Read More

Sino-Indian standoff to end with Chinese pushback

Sino-Indian standoff to end with Chinese pushback

The standoff at the India-China border is unlikely to be resolved anytime soon. Both sides are engaged in narrowing differences on compet...Read More

China is in a hurry to divert anti-establishment mood

China is in a hurry to divert anti-establishment mood

Xi Jinping is indeed in a hurry. Internal dissent is fast building up as the economy shows up the devastating effect of faulty policies.

Data privacy: Government asks 21 smartphone makers to share security information

Data privacy: Government asks 21 smartphone makers to share security information

New Delhi: Wary of hacking and stealing of information from smartphones, the government has sent notices to Chinese and other device make...Read More

Chinese Foreign Minister accuses India of sparking Doklam row

Chinese Foreign Minister accuses India of sparking Doklam row

Beijing: China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi has accused India of sparking off a border standoff by deploying its troops along the along the...Read More

Sikkim Standoff: Will safeguard our security interests at ‘any cost’, says China

Sikkim Standoff: Will safeguard our security interests at ‘any cost’, says China

Beijing: China said today that it will safeguard its security interests at “any cost” as its sovereignty was “indomitable”, amid a stando...Read More

Border row: Xi Jinping, Narendra Modi unlikely to meet at G20

Border row: Xi Jinping, Narendra Modi unlikely to meet at G20

Beijing: China on Thursday said a meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the G20 Summit ...Read More

China will have to take military way if India doesn’t listen, warns expert

China will have to take military way if India doesn’t listen, warns expert

Beijing: China will have no choice but resort to “military” option if India “refuses to listen”, a Chinese expert has warned over the fes...Read More

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