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  • India Will Pay Dearly If It Continues 'Petty Dalai Lama Game': Chinese Media

    India Will Pay Dearly If It Continues 'Petty Dalai Lama Game': Chinese Media

    Chinas state media today warned India that it would -end up in paying dearly- should it continue -playing the Dalai Lama card-.

  • Will Answer 'Blows With Blows' If India Plays Dirty, Chinese Media Threatens

    Will Answer 'Blows With Blows' If India Plays Dirty, Chinese Media Threatens

    China should not hesitate to answer "blows with blows" as India has chosen to play dirty by allowing the Dalai Lama to visit Arunachal Pradesh, the Chinese official media said on Thursday. Two English newspapers -- China Daily and Global Times -- launched a scathing attack on India after Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju made it clear to Chin...

  • Nikki Haley Gets Heckled At Global Women Summit In New York

    Nikki Haley Gets Heckled At Global Women Summit In New York

    Nikki Haley, the tough-talking and blunt US Ambassador to the UN, was heckled during an annual summit on women in New York as she spoke about President Donald Trump and Russia. Ms Haley was talking during the 'Women in the World Summit', an annual gathering of influential women leaders, politicians and activists organised by Tina Brown in associati...

  • 'Rijiju May Think He's Cute'... Chinese Media Attacks Junior Home Minister

    'Rijiju May Think He's Cute'... Chinese Media Attacks Junior Home Minister

    A day after China warned that India has "severely damaged" relations by enabling the Dalai Lama's trip to Arunachal Pradesh, its state-run media has attacked Junior Home Minister Kiren Rijiju, who said earlier this week that the border state is "an inseparable part of India".

  • Over Dalai Lama In Arunachal Pradesh, A Furious China Says India Has Damaged Ties

    Over Dalai Lama In Arunachal Pradesh, A Furious China Says India Has Damaged Ties

    Enraged by the Dalai Lama's visit to Arunachal Pradesh, China has said that the trip has "severely damaged China-India relations." Hours before China's Foreign Ministry issued this statement, China's official state media published an article in which it wrote, "Unlike his predecessors, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi seems to have taken a diff...

  • PM Modi's Big Election Win Will Have 'Implications' On Sino-India Ties: Chinese Media

    PM Modi's Big Election Win Will Have 'Implications' On Sino-India Ties: Chinese Media

    The BJP's landslide victory in state polls has "implications" for Sino-India ties as it could further embolden Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "hard-line attitude" and pose difficulties for "compromises" in disagreements with countries like China, an opinion in China's official media said today. "(Prime Minister) Modi recently led his Bharatiya Jana...

  • China Erred By 'Ignoring' Tech Experts From India, Says State-Run Media

    China Erred By 'Ignoring' Tech Experts From India, Says State-Run Media

    China has made the "mistake of ignoring" science and technology experts from India, an article in the country's state-run official media said today. The report underlined that China should attract high-tech Indian talent to maintain its ability to innovate at a fast pace. The article comes at a time when US President Donald Trump's administration i...

  • Green Panel Pulls Up Volkswagen Over Recall Of Over 3 Lakh Cars In India

    Green Panel Pulls Up Volkswagen Over Recall Of Over 3 Lakh Cars In India

    The National Green Tribunal has directed German auto major Volkswagen, embroiled in an emission scandal, to submit a road map with regard to recall of over 3.23 lakh vehicles in the country. Volkswagen India had in December 2015 announced recall of 3,23,700 lakh vehicles to fix the emission software after Automotive Research Association of India (A...

  • India's 104-Satellite Launch Could Be 'Wake Up Call': Chinese Media

    India's 104-Satellite Launch Could Be 'Wake Up Call': Chinese Media

    Chinese state media has praised India's record-breaking achievement of putting 104 satellites into the Orbit on a single rocket and termed the launch executed by ISRO as a "wake-up call" for China's space industry. The article in the state-owned newspaper Global Times commented that competition with India for commercial space launches "may be inevi...

  • Microsoft Chief Satya Nadella To Visit India Later This Month

    Microsoft Chief Satya Nadella To Visit India Later This Month

    While Satya Nadella has visited India a number of times since assuming the leadership role, this visit takes on added significance as the global debate on US' clampdown on visas and its impact on flow of skilled manpower rages.

  • ISB, IIMA And IIMB Among The Top 50 In FT Global MBA Ranking 2017

    ISB, IIMA And IIMB Among The Top 50 In FT Global MBA Ranking 2017

    Indian School of Business (ISB), Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA) and Indian Institute of Management (IIMB) have been ranked among the top 50 in the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2017 released on Monday.

  • China Must Expand Nuclear Arsenal In Response To Donald Trump: Chinese Media

    China Must Expand Nuclear Arsenal In Response To Donald Trump: Chinese Media

    China must strengthen its nuclear arsenal to "force the US to respect it" in response to the stance of new US President Donald Trump, a leading newspaper said Tuesday.

  • India's Consumption Growth De-Risks It From Global Uncertainty: K V Kamath

    India's Consumption Growth De-Risks It From Global Uncertainty: K V Kamath

    On push for digital economy and the recent demonetisation move and whether the pain would be limited to short-term given the world economy is going through uncertain times, he said.

  • Need To Further Speed Up Decision-Making To Beat China: Nitin Gadkari

    Need To Further Speed Up Decision-Making To Beat China: Nitin Gadkari

    The pace of decision-making is "faster in China than us", Mr Gadkari said, adding that therefore, it happens at times that there is an opportunity but someone else takes it away.

  • 'Jealous' India Must Rethink Opposition To China's Investment In Sri Lanka: Chinese Media

    'Jealous' India Must Rethink Opposition To China's Investment In Sri Lanka: Chinese Media

    India should rethink its opposition to Chinese investments in Sri Lanka and join the port development in the island nation instead of feeling "jealous", China's state media said today.

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