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Chinese President Xi Jinping calls to put relations with India on ‘right track’

All Round View (Beijing): China President Xi Jinping called for putting its bilateral relationship with India on the “right track” during a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Xiamen, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Tuesday. Xi told Modi that healthy, stable bilateral ties are in line with

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Unjustified Indian firing: Girl embraces shahadat in Chirikot sector

All Round View (Rawalpindi): Indian Army committed unprovoked firing on civil population in Chirikot Sector, resulting into shahadat of an eight years old girl in Polas village. According to an ISPR statement, the girl was celebrating Eid in her home. Pakistan Army befittingly responded.

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India should ‘learn lessons’ from border standoff: Chinese Foreign Minister

All Round View (Beijing): Chinese Foreign Minister, Wan Yi Wednesday expressed the hope that India would learn lessons following the end of border standoff in Doklam area.“We hope the Indian side will learn lessons from this incident and prevent similar things from happening again,” he said while addressing a press

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Pakistani defence industrial base better than ours: Indian Army Vice Chief Lt. Gen. Sarath Chand

All Round View (New Delhi): Lt. Gen. Sarath Chand, Vice Chief of Army Staff (VCOAS), said the ordnance factories have not been able to keep pace with changing technology while “there is no competition whatsoever” and it is “an unsuccessful method of supporting our defence requirements”. “I would even go

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Is Nepal going to be an Indian province?

All Round View (Islamabad): “Apparently the Mahalangur Range separates China and Nepal but factually the two countries share very close linguistic, cultural, marital, and ethnic ties” :rofl: Mount Everest has ever been a passion to mountaineers in spite of the fact that almost 300 of the striving mountaineers lost their

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India, Japan target maritime security pact during Shinzo Abe’s September visit

All Round View (New Delhi): India and Japan hope to put in place a maritime security pact when PM Shinzo Abe visits mid-September for the annual summit amid China’s growing aggression in East and South China Seas besides Indian Ocean Region — a common concern for both New Delhi and

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India should pull out troops from Chinese territory before BRICS summit : Chinese experts

All Round View (Beijing): The military standoff between China and India along their border should be resolved by September before the BRICS summit in Xiamen, Chinese experts said, but how the standoff is resolved depends on India. “The ongoing border tension is testing China’s patience, and if the border tension

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China’s military moves along Sino-India border send strong message to India: Experts

All Round View (Beijing): China’s recent military moves along the Sino-Indian border have attracted international attention, with many experts commenting that the actions have sent a strong message to India amid the two nations’ standoff in the border area. The live-fire exercises, which were conducted by a fully staffed and

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India’s provocation will trigger all-out confrontation on LAC: Global Times

All Round View (Beijing): On June 16, Indian border guards crossed over the Sikkim section of the China-India border to the Chinese side, triggering a face-off with Chinese troops. India’s action this time is a blatant infringement on China’s sovereignty. As the confrontation goes on, China needs to get ready

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India should not take illegal trespass as policy to realize political targets: China

All Round View (Beijing): China Tuesday said India should not take illegal trespass of its border personnel into Chinese territory as policy to realize political targets. “We stress that Indian side should not take the trespass as policy to realize the political targets,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said

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India should not turn deaf ear: Chinese media

All Round View (Beijing): India has repeatedly ignored China’s calls for withdrawal of its troops that crossed the Sikkim Section of the border and entered Chinese territory. Turning a deaf ear to China will only worsen the situation. The Sikkim Section of the China-India border has been delimited, and both

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Modi’s bid to transform India into ‘Hindu nation’ adversely impacting Muslims: New York Times

All Round View (New York): Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s current drive to transform India into a “Hindu nation” has drowned out his election pledge for development and economic growth, a leading American newspaper said in a dispatch focused on the rise of anti-Muslim politician Yogi Adityanath. Reporting from New

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Nepal set to escape reliance on inadequate Indian Internet as Chinese option arrives

All Round View (Beijing): Internet services from China will soon be available in Nepal, ending India’s bandwidth supply monopoly in the country. This is set to be a great boon to the South Asian country, which is still rebuilding its shattered economy and infrastructure after a devastating earthquake in 2015.

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UN chief urges India, Pakistan to resolve Kashmir dispute through dialogue

All Round View (United Nations): UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres Thursday urged India and Pakistan to settle the festering Kashmir problem through dialogue, as tensions in the disputed region escalate. “The secretary-general reiterates his call on the parties to resolve the issue through engagement and dialogue,” his spokesman, Stephane Dujarric, said

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US, India and Japan launch joint naval exercises to keep China in check

All Round View (New Delhi): The navies of the United States, India and Japan have begun war gaming in the Bay of Bengal as part of the Malabar 2017 exercise. Three aircraft carriers — the USS Nimitz of the U.S. Navy, INS Vikramaditya of the Indian Navy and the JS

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Bhutan should be more worried about a takeover by India: Bhutanese expert

All Round View (Beijing): China’s negotiation with Bhutan on the border dispute is beneficial for the latters sovereignty, while India’s involvement is an act of surrendering sovereignty to another nation, said a Bhutanese expert. Wangcha Sangey, a legal consultant for the Bhutanese news portal, posted an article denouncing India’s

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China can rethink stance on Sikkim, Bhutan: Global Times

All Round View (Beijing): Beijing should reconsider its stance over the Sikkim issue, although China recognized India’s annexation of Sikkim in 2003, it can readjust its stance on the matter. There are those in Sikkim that cherish its history as a separate state, and they are sensitive to how the

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Global politics obstructing settlement of Kashmir and Palestine issues: Maleeha

All Round View (New York): Big power politics have stood in the way of promoting peaceful solutions for Kashmir and Palestine questions, according to Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United Nations Maleeha Lodhi, who made a clarion call for major powers to help in settling the “two oldest unresolved issues” in

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