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  • Indian Universities Fall Behind In Global Rankings

    Indian Universities Fall Behind In Global Rankings

    India slipped in world university rankings as its share of such institutions marginally fell from 31 to 30 in the global 1,000 list topped by the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, according to a new assessment. The annual World University Rankings released by Times Higher Education found India's flagship Indian Institute of Science fell from pr...

  • Chinese State-Run Media Warns Against Cutting Off North Korea Oil Supply

    Chinese State-Run Media Warns Against Cutting Off North Korea Oil Supply

    China's Global Times, an influential tabloid, warned against any move to cut off North Korea's oil supply or shut the border in response to Pyongyang's nuclear test on Sunday.

  • Don't Like Our Rules? Then Leave, China Newspaper Says After Journal Censored

    Don't Like Our Rules? Then Leave, China Newspaper Says After Journal Censored

    The censorship in China of hundreds of academic papers from a prominent journal will have little impact because readership is so small, but if Western institutions don't like the way things are done in China they can leave, the state-run Global Times newspaper said in an editorial on Monday.

  • A Diesel-Run SUV May Be Emitting 25-65 Times More NOx, Says New Study

    A Diesel-Run SUV May Be Emitting 25-65 Times More NOx, Says New Study

    Adding one diesel SUV to the city fleet in Delhi-NCR is equal to adding 25 to 65 small petrol cars in terms of nitrogen oxide, a very harmful gas that also forms deadly ozone.

  • Chinese Daily Accuses US Of Trying To Escalate Sikkim Standoff

    Chinese Daily Accuses US Of Trying To Escalate Sikkim Standoff

    An article in China's state-run Global Times today accused the United States and other countries of trying to escalate the China-India standoff in the Sikkim sector to replicate the "South China Sea trick" and seek strategic benefits.

  • Ajit Doval Is 'Main Schemer': Chinese State-Run Media Lashes Out At Trip

    Ajit Doval Is 'Main Schemer': Chinese State-Run Media Lashes Out At Trip

    Two days before National Security Adviser Ajit Doval lands in China, a nationalist state-run tabloid has said "the main schemer's trip" will not persuade Beijing into talks on the border dispute at Sikkim unless Delhi commits to pulling back its soldiers.

  • Border Standoff: Chinese State Media Divided Over Outcome Of Ajit Doval's Visit

    Border Standoff: Chinese State Media Divided Over Outcome Of Ajit Doval's Visit

    Ahead of National Security Advisor Ajit Doval's visit, China's state media struck two different notes with the China Daily hopeful of a peaceful resolution to the deadlock with India while the Global Times said the "main schemer's" trip wouldn't sway Beijing.

  • Hindu Nationalism Risks Pushing India Into War: China State-Run Media

    Hindu Nationalism Risks Pushing India Into War: China State-Run Media

    The Chinese media has ratcheted up its discourse against India, this time by taking on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and what it calls "Hindu nationalism". An opinion published in China's English language daily Global Times, titled "Hindu nationalism risks pushing India into war with China" also expressed the view that the border row "is an action t...

  • China Should 'Keep Calm' About India's Rise: Chinese Media

    China Should 'Keep Calm' About India's Rise: Chinese Media

    India is receiving a "massive influx" of foreign investments which will greatly enhance its ability to develop the manufacturing sector and China should "keep calm" and start working on a more effective growth strategy for the new era, a state-run newspaper said.

  • Amid Sikkim Standoff, Praise For PM Modi, GST By Chinese State-Run Media

    Amid Sikkim Standoff, Praise For PM Modi, GST By Chinese State-Run Media

    A Chinese state-run newspaper that typically trades in attacking Delhi today said that India is becoming more attractive to international investors and praised the landmark tax reform GST pushed through by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • China Could Support Independence For Sikkim, Beijing Media Warns India

    China Could Support Independence For Sikkim, Beijing Media Warns India

    China's official media has said Beijing should reconsider its stance and support Sikkim's "independence", ratcheting up its rhetoric amid a row with India over a road being built by the Chinese army in the Sikkim sector.

  • Uber Says No Change in Growth, Investment Plans for India Amid Global Turmoil

    Uber Says No Change in Growth, Investment Plans for India Amid Global Turmoil

    Uber said it is "thinking hard"about how the company can foster a culture of inclusion and diversity in India and is bolstering existing practices.

  • Inside World's Most Efficient Nuclear Reactor, Soon In India: 10 Facts

    Inside World's Most Efficient Nuclear Reactor, Soon In India: 10 Facts

    Till recently, the nuclear reactor Russia's Zarechny, a town in the Ural mountains, was out of bounds - with a reason. It is the world's only commercially operating Fast Breeder Reactor. NDTV visited the facility for a glimpse of the reactor, which produces many times more energy from the same amount of fuel in comparison with conventional atomic r...

  • Fed's Williams Sees Gradual Rate Hikes As Key To Further US Growth

    Fed's Williams Sees Gradual Rate Hikes As Key To Further US Growth

    The Fed earlier this month raised interest rates a second time this year, and signaled it plans to raise them once more in 2017 and three times in 2018.

  • 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 ...

  • Kenichi Ayukawa Is Suzuki Global's New Executive Vice President

    Kenichi Ayukawa Is Suzuki Global's New Executive Vice President

    Voted the Man Of The Year at the 2017 NDTV Car And Bike Awards, Managing Director and CEO of Maruti Suzuki India Limited, Kenichi Ayukawa has been promoted to the position of Executive Vice President, Suzuki Global. This change in guard is a level up from his older post as Senior Managing Officer, Suzuki Global. Kenichi Ayukawa is now in the second...

  • India's Refusal To Join 'One Belt One Road' Project Regrettable: Chinese Media

    India's Refusal To Join 'One Belt One Road' Project Regrettable: Chinese Media

    India's refusal to join China's high-profile Belt and Road initiative, also called the 'One Belt One Road' project is "regrettable" but New Delhi's boycott won't at all affect the cooperation in infrastructure development among its neighbouring countries, a report in China's state-run newspaper said today. The two-day Belt and Road Forum which is b...

  • Beijing May Become 'Unfortunate Bystander' To India's Success, Warns Chinese Think Tank

    Beijing May Become 'Unfortunate Bystander' To India's Success, Warns Chinese Think Tank

    China should take competition from India seriously as the Indian economy may see "explosive" growth in the future, raising prospects of it becoming "China 2.0", according to a Chinese think-tank.

  • India Should Stop Fanning Scepticism Towards Beijing, Says Chinese Media

    India Should Stop Fanning Scepticism Towards Beijing, Says Chinese Media

    China's state-run newspaper has urged India to build "joint strength" across South Asia rather than fanning skepticism towards China, Global Times criticised India for being "overly nervous" about Beijing's economic initiatives.

  • China Has 'Vested Interest' In Helping In Kashmir Solution: Chinese Media

    China Has 'Vested Interest' In Helping In Kashmir Solution: Chinese Media

    China now has a "vested interest" and wants to mediate between India and Pakistan to resolve the Kashmir issue because of its nearly US $50 billion investment in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor that passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, an article in China's state-run daily has said.

  • Mobile Tower Radiation Has No Adverse Impact On Human Health: Minister Manoj Sinha

    Mobile Tower Radiation Has No Adverse Impact On Human Health: Minister Manoj Sinha

    Allaying fears about mobile tower radiation, Communications Minister Manoj Sinha on Tuesday said India has 10 times stricter norms than global standards and observed that more towers are needed to have better connectivity.

  • No Indian Varsity In Times Top 200 Universities For International Students

    No Indian Varsity In Times Top 200 Universities For International Students

    According to the data collected by the Times Higher Education, no Indian University was featured in the top 200 list based on the percentage of international students. The lesser enrollment of foreign candidates in Indian universities is certainly something to ponder over, especially when the global education platform is getting closer and closer.

  • India Should Focus On Economy, Not Aircraft Carriers To Counter China: Chinese Media

    India Should Focus On Economy, Not Aircraft Carriers To Counter China: Chinese Media

    India should focus less on speeding up the process of building aircraft carriers to contain China in the Indian ocean and more on its economic development, Chinese official media said today. "New Delhi is perhaps too impatient to develop an aircraft carrier. The country is still in its initial stage of industrialisation, and there will be many tech...

  • 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...

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