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File image of National Security Adviser Ajit Doval with China Foreign Minister, Wang Yi | PTI

India, China look to build on Doval-Wang dialogue, eye ‘long-term settlement plan’ for LAC

India feels border agreements signed with China between 1993 & 2013 can help avoid repeated skirmishes of the kind witnessed at Doklam in 2017 and in Ladakh since May.
State Councillor and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi with National Security Advisor Ajit Doval at the 22nd meeting of Special Representatives (SR) for India-China Boundary Question, in New Delhi last December | ANI file

Wang Yi & Ajit Doval agree to act promptly on consensus to disengage: China

A Chinese press release said that Foreign Minister Wang emphasised that said for both China and India, achieving development and revitalisation is the top priority.
File image of Indian External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi | Photo: ANI

India, China agree to implement 6 June ‘disengagement understanding’ to ensure peace at LAC

India & China’s foreign ministers agree not to take any step leading to an escalation. But India says Galwan clash will have 'serious impact' on ties.
File image of Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi speaking at the UN General Assembly | Twitter

China again blames India for Galwan incident, but says countries are in close communication

The stand-off and clash between the two armies has also believed to have led to the postponement of the Russia-India-China trilateral dialogue.
File image of Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi speaking at the UN General Assembly | Twitter

India objects Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s reference to J&K and Ladakh at UNGA

Raising the Kashmir issue at the UN, China, a close ally of Pakistan, stressed that no actions should be taken that would unilaterally change the "status quo".
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Chinese foreign minister likely to reschedule next week’s India visit for border talks

Wang Yi's visit was also aimed at finalising the ground work for President Xi Jinping's informal summit with PM Modi in India.

In first meeting since Balakot airstrikes, China & Pakistan vow to fight terrorism together

China's Wang Yi stated that irrespective of the international system, Beijing will always resolutely support the maintenance of Pakistan’s sovereignty.

China to host second global BRI meet next month amid India, US reservations

The BRI includes USD 60-billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor which India opposes as it traverses through the Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.
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China wants India, Pakistan to quickly turn ‘crisis into opportunity’

Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi said they have always stressed on restraint, and reminded India & Pakistan that they have to live with each other.
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Pakistan foreign minister makes urgent phone call to Chinese counterpart on tensions with India

Qureshi's phone call came a day after Pakistan claimed it shot down two Indian fighter jets over Pakistani air space and arrested a pilot

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Ram Mandir to Maharashtra cop video: IPS officer’s guide to fighting caste & religious bias

Whose Ram Rajya does Ayodhya temple bring — Gandhi’s or Modi’s? Ambedkar can answer

The concept of Ram Rajya itself is not without contestation. From M.K. Gandhi to B.R. Ambedkar to Modi, Ram Rajya offers a varied understanding of Indian civilisation.
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For economists, inflation makes another rate cut by RBI tomorrow too close to call

Of the 42 economists surveyed by Bloomberg, 21 expect a 25 basis-point rate cut Thursday, one projects a 50-point move and the rest see no change.


Women Army Officers outside the Supreme Court in New Delhi on 17 February (for representation only)

Army to call special selection board to screen women officers for permanent commission

Some women officers said the process is still ambiguous and more clarity is needed as many have been asked to undergo a junior command course next month.
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Modi govt’s NEP is out of touch with reality, Indian voters want English-medium education

State leaders with their ear to the ground, like Nitish, Mamata and Yogi, have shown that the push for native language education is not what voters want.