Chinese Media On India


'Chinese Media On India' - 7 News Result(s)

  • Beijing Need Not Beg India To Join Belt And Road Project: Chinese Media

    Beijing Need Not Beg India To Join Belt And Road Project: Chinese Media

    Geopolitical bias is blinding India to benefits of cooperation with China, a state-run Chinese newspaper said today, underlining that the two sides can cooperate on projects that are not sensitive if historical issues cannot be immediately solved.

  • India's Slower GDP A 'Nasty Surprise', 'Self-Goal', Says Chinese Media

    India's Slower GDP A 'Nasty Surprise', 'Self-Goal', Says Chinese Media

    A state-run Chinese daily said today that India has suffered a setback and a "nasty surprise" in the "elephant versus dragon" race as its GDP growth slowed down in the January-April quarter helping China re-emerge as the fastest growing major economy. Calling it a "self-goal" by the government, Global Times hoped India will not score any more "own ...

  • India's Plans To Ban China's Power Firms Will Backfire: Chinese Media

    India's Plans To Ban China's Power Firms Will Backfire: Chinese Media

    India's plans to ban Chinese power firms due to concerns over cyber-attacks could backfire on India even though the move would cause losses to companies from China, a report in a Chinese state-run daily said today.

  • 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...

  • India 'Stuck In 1962 War Mindset': Chinese Media On Nuke Club NSG Bid

    India 'Stuck In 1962 War Mindset': Chinese Media On Nuke Club NSG Bid

    In China, the state-run media is continuing a sharply critical analysis of India's bid to enter the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group or NSG, which was thwarted by Beijing last month.

  • India Likes To Be 'Most Beautiful Woman Wooed By All': Chinese Media

    India Likes To Be 'Most Beautiful Woman Wooed By All': Chinese Media

    Playing down India's decision to sign a logistic agreement with the US, Chinese state media today said that the proposed deal is stalled because of distrust between the two, as India wants to be the "most beautiful woman" wooed by all, especially Washington and Beijing.

'Chinese Media On India' - 7 News Result(s)

  • Beijing Need Not Beg India To Join Belt And Road Project: Chinese Media

    Beijing Need Not Beg India To Join Belt And Road Project: Chinese Media

    Geopolitical bias is blinding India to benefits of cooperation with China, a state-run Chinese newspaper said today, underlining that the two sides can cooperate on projects that are not sensitive if historical issues cannot be immediately solved.

  • India's Slower GDP A 'Nasty Surprise', 'Self-Goal', Says Chinese Media

    India's Slower GDP A 'Nasty Surprise', 'Self-Goal', Says Chinese Media

    A state-run Chinese daily said today that India has suffered a setback and a "nasty surprise" in the "elephant versus dragon" race as its GDP growth slowed down in the January-April quarter helping China re-emerge as the fastest growing major economy. Calling it a "self-goal" by the government, Global Times hoped India will not score any more "own ...

  • India's Plans To Ban China's Power Firms Will Backfire: Chinese Media

    India's Plans To Ban China's Power Firms Will Backfire: Chinese Media

    India's plans to ban Chinese power firms due to concerns over cyber-attacks could backfire on India even though the move would cause losses to companies from China, a report in a Chinese state-run daily said today.

  • 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...

  • India 'Stuck In 1962 War Mindset': Chinese Media On Nuke Club NSG Bid

    India 'Stuck In 1962 War Mindset': Chinese Media On Nuke Club NSG Bid

    In China, the state-run media is continuing a sharply critical analysis of India's bid to enter the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group or NSG, which was thwarted by Beijing last month.

  • India Likes To Be 'Most Beautiful Woman Wooed By All': Chinese Media

    India Likes To Be 'Most Beautiful Woman Wooed By All': Chinese Media

    Playing down India's decision to sign a logistic agreement with the US, Chinese state media today said that the proposed deal is stalled because of distrust between the two, as India wants to be the "most beautiful woman" wooed by all, especially Washington and Beijing.

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