First time after the relations became sour between India and China, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be meeting Chinese President Xi Jinping on November 17. They will be interacting through video conference at the upcoming virtual BRICS summit, which will be hosted by Russia. With theme “BRICS Partnership for Global Stability, Shared Security and Innovative Growth”, five member countries: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, will… read-more
Courtesy: India Today
Chinese government has expected 550 million people to travel and spend money during the Golden Week holidays. The holiday was announced before the Chinese National Day on October 1 with an aim to revive the economy. Termed as "critical battle" by a Chinese newspaper, the Golden Week started on September 28 and witnessed a great response as tourist spots were flooded with people.
Courtesy: The Guardian
Addressing the UN General-Assembly, Chinese president, Xi Jinping stated that China has no intention of waging ‘Cold’ Or 'Hot' war against any county. Rather, he said they were looking to sort differences and disputes through negotiations and dialogues. He denied the alleged behind-the-curtain developments saying, “We will never seek hegemony, expansion, or sphere of influence.” On criticism faced due to Covid-19, Xi called for solidarity to… read-more
The chairman of Nepal's Namkha Municipality, Vishnu Bahadur Lama confirmed that the People's Liberation Army (PLA) was constructing infrastructure at Nepal-China border of Humla district. Lama mentioned that the construction was noticed in August and was reported to authorities. Reportedly, at least nine buildings are built by PLA. Lama also mentioned that he and other villagers were not allowed in the area, and were stopped by PLA soldiers… read-more
Courtesy: The Times of India
Following the ban on 59 Chinese apps, Narendra Modi left Sina Weibo, the Chinese microblogging website on July 1. All his posts, profile picture and comments were removed from the handle, except two photos with President Xi Jinping, which are difficult to remove. Quitting Weibo is a complex process for VIP accounts, hence his posts had to be deleted manually.