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'China Visas' - 38 News Result(s)

  • Tiananmen Activist Visa Flatly Refused, Not Withdrawn: Government Sources

    Tiananmen Activist Visa Flatly Refused, Not Withdrawn: Government Sources

    After cancelling a visa issued to an exiled leader branded by China as a terrorist, India has reportedly withdrawn visas issued to two other activists who were to attend an inter-faith conference this month in the hill town of Dharamsala, the seat of the Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama.

  • Nepal To Woo Chinese Tourists With Free Visas

    Nepal To Woo Chinese Tourists With Free Visas

    Nepal will grant free visas to visitors from neighbouring China as the Himalayan nation seeks to rebuild its tourist industry after two devastating earthquakes in April that killed nearly 9,000 people.

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi Announces Electronic Visas for Chinese Tourists

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi Announces Electronic Visas for Chinese Tourists

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today announced electronic or e-visas for Chinese tourists, in a speech at a top Beijing university.

  • PM Narendra Modi Raises Stapled Visas in China, State-Run TV Shows Distorted India Map

    PM Narendra Modi Raises Stapled Visas in China, State-Run TV Shows Distorted India Map

    During his 90-minute talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised a series of stress points for their countries, including how China issues visas to applicants from Arunachal Pradesh, which it claims as Southern Tibet.

  • Visa-on-Arrival for UK, France Likely Soon. China Being Debated.

    Visa-on-Arrival for UK, France Likely Soon. China Being Debated.

    Tourists from four countries including the United Kingdom could soon be eligible for visas on arrival, said government sources today.

  • China and Canada to Grant Citizens 10-Year Visas

    China and Canada to Grant Citizens 10-Year Visas

    China and Canada will grant each other's citizens visas valid for up to 10 years, Beijing's Foreign Minister announced today.

  • US Journalists to Blame for China Visa Troubles, Says Xi Jinping

    US Journalists to Blame for China Visa Troubles, Says Xi Jinping

    Chinese President Xi Jinping suggested US news organisations had themselves to blame for Beijing not granting journalist visas, in response to a rare unscripted question from a foreign reporter on Wednesday.

  • US Wants China 'To Do Well', Barack Obama Says Announcing Visa Deal With China

    US Wants China 'To Do Well', Barack Obama Says Announcing Visa Deal With China

    US President Barack Obama announced on Monday a deal to extend visas for Chinese nationals going to the United States to work or study, insisting he wants China "to do well" despite simmering tensions between the world's two largest economies.

  • US, China to Extend Visa Validity to Boost Trade, Tourism

    US, China to Extend Visa Validity to Boost Trade, Tourism

    China and the United States have agreed to significantly extend the terms of short-term visas, US President Barack Obama said on Monday in Beijing, a deal he said would improve trade and business ties between the world's two largest economies.

  • Stapled Visas to People of Arunachal Pradesh a 'Goodwill' Gesture: China

    Stapled Visas to People of Arunachal Pradesh a 'Goodwill' Gesture: China

    China has justified as "goodwill" gesture its policy of issuing stapled visas to residents of Arunachal Pradesh, saying such a policy does not "undermine" the positions of both India and China which have disputes over big parts of that area.

  • China withholds visas for New York Times, Bloomberg reporters

    China withholds visas for New York Times, Bloomberg reporters

    Chinese authorities have been withholding residence visas for reporters working for The New York Times and Bloomberg in apparent retaliation for the agencies' investigative stories on wealth accumulated by leaders' families.

  • India, China trying to solve stapled visa issue: official

    India, China trying to solve stapled visa issue: official

    India and China are trying to find a solution to the issue of China's policy of issuing stapled visas to people from Arunachal Pradesh, a senior official said in New Delhi on Thursday.

  • PM in China: Border pact likely, but stapled visas a sore point

    PM in China: Border pact likely, but stapled visas a sore point

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has begun talks with his Chinese counterpart premier Li Keqiang on his visit to Beijing. The two countries are expected to sign a deal on border cooperation, but there are indications that New Delhi has put the proposed visa liberalisation agreement on hold because of the stapled visa issue.

  • China defends move to issue stapled visas to Indian archers

    China defends move to issue stapled visas to Indian archers

    Two archers from Arunachal Pradesh were not allowed to participate in a world championship event after failing to receive their visas.

  • India lodges strong protest with China over stapled visas issued to archers

    India lodges strong protest with China over stapled visas issued to archers

    India on Saturday lodged a strong protest with China on the issuance of stapled visas to two young archers from Arunachal Pradesh.

  • Arunachal Pradesh archers 'grounded' over stapled Chinese visas, anger in India

    Arunachal Pradesh archers 'grounded' over stapled Chinese visas, anger in India

    Two women archers from Arunachal Pradesh have been stopped from going to China for a world championship, after China issued them stapled visas as a mark that the border state was a 'disputed region'.

  • Two archers from Arunachal Pradesh not allowed to board flight to China

    Two archers from Arunachal Pradesh not allowed to board flight to China

    Mihu Maselo and Yumi Sorang, who were the only two Arunachal archers in the 24-member squad, were given stapled Visas issued on a separate papers as the immigration officials prevented them from boarding the 11.10 pm flight to Guangzhou.

  • US lawmakers to introduce new bill to punish cyber theft

    US lawmakers to introduce new bill to punish cyber theft

    The new bill would freeze US assets of individual foreign hackers and revoke visas for them and their families.

  • Manila says will not stamp new Chinese passport

    Manila says will not stamp new Chinese passport

    The Philippines has become the latest country to say it will not stamp visas in a new Chinese passport because it includes a map of the South China Sea that Manila says shows its territory.

  • Vietnam issues stapled visas to Chinese passport holders

    Vietnam issues stapled visas to Chinese passport holders

    Taking a leaf out of Beijing's past practice of issuing stapled visas for residents of Jammu and Kashmir, Vietnam is issuing visas for Chinese passport holders on separate paper, to counter China's map on its new e-passports showing disputed areas as part of its territory.

  • India says China's new passport maps unacceptable

    India says China's new passport maps unacceptable

    New Delhi responded on Saturday to China's newly revised passports that show parts of Indian territory as part of China by issuing visas to Chinese citizens that show its own maps.

  • 700 illegal Indians deported from UK to tackle visa abuse

    700 illegal Indians deported from UK to tackle visa abuse

    Britain has deported nearly 700 Indians, including those who arrived here on student visas and overstayed or breached their visa conditions.

  • Bill in Congress to issue visitor, business visa within 3-days

    Bill in Congress to issue visitor, business visa within 3-days

    Several powerful US Senators have joined hands to introduce a legislation in the Senate on a comprehensive visa reform which, if enacted into law, would facilitate visitors and business visas within three days.

  • Will not issue visa to officials from Arunachal, says China

    China today made it clear that it will not issue visas to any official from Arunachal Pradesh, over which it lays claims, and will continue to issue stapled visas to non-officials from that state.     Speaking against the backdrop of reports that two Arunachal men have got stapled visas which was departure from past practice, an...

  • India's response to stapled visas for Arunachal sportsman

    In spite of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's assurance that his country will take serious note of India's concerns over the issue of stapled visas, the handing over of such documents to two people from Arunachal prevented them from flying to Beijing on Wednesday.Indian Weightlifting Federation's Joint Secretary Abraham K Techi along with a weightlifter...

  • Stapled visas from China for Arunachal sportsman, official

    In spite of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's assurance that his country will take serious note of India's concerns over the issue of stapled visas, the handing over of such documents to two people from Arunachal prevented them from flying to Beijing on Wednesday.Indian Weightlifting Federation's Joint Secretary Abraham K Techi along with a weightlifter...

  • Stapled visas: Ball in China's court, says India

    Stapled visas: Ball in China's court, says India

    It was stressed repeatedly by India as one its "core issues" but no progress has been made during the Chinese Prime Minister's visit on his country's policy of issuing stapled visas to travellers from Jammu and Kashmir. Stapled visas indicate that China accepts Kashmir as disputed territory.China's Wen Jiabao met with Dr Manmohan Singh today for bi...

  • India raises stapled visa issue with China

    India raises stapled visa issue with China

    India today discussed with China key bilateral issues, including seeking Beijing's support for its quest for a permanent UNSC seat and its concerns over stapled visas to Kashmiris, as the two countries prepared for the crucial visit of Premier Wen Jiabao to New Delhi next month.External Affairs Minister SM Krishna, who arrived here today on two-day...

  • Finally, a hotline between India and China

    Finally, a hotline between India and China

    A much delayed hotline between the Prime Ministers of India and China will finally be operational soon. This was announced by External Affairs Minister SM Krishna on Monday.The announcement came at a crucial time when a senior leader of the influential Politburo of China's Communist Party, Zhou Yongkang, is in Delhi at Congress party's invitation.W...

  • India, China should be sensitive to each other's core issues: PM

    India, China should be sensitive to each other's core issues: PM

    In the backdrop of concerns over stapled visas being given by China to Kashmiris, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday asked it to be sensitive to India's "core issues" as he met Premier Wen Jiabao in Hanoi, even as the two sides agreed to work their way to solutions to the "difficult" problems.At the same time, the two leaders agreed that there...

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