Chinese President Xi Jinping

Modi, Xi Jinping meet in Mamallapuram

Modi, Xi Jinping meet in Mamallapuram

October 13, 2019

India and China are actively trying to renew their relationship and therefore the informal summits. However, it remains to be seen whether there will be any tangible outcome from the “informal summits.”

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China-India normalise relations

China-India normalise relations

October 11, 2019

As China observes 70 years of communism, India is in its 72nd year as an independent nation. The journeys of the two nations could not have been more different.

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Modi, Xi Jinping to meet for informal summit

Modi, Xi Jinping to meet for informal summit

October 10, 2019

The second informal summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping is an opportunity to strengthen the bilateral relationship.

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Asian Culture and Tourism Exhibition, 2019
Trade: Will India cede to the US?

Trade: Will India cede to the US?

August 30, 2018

Despite closer than ever strategic ties, all is not well with the trade relations between India and the United States. Even though India is a key market for US businesses and is a strategic political ally for the White House, the two sides are engaged in a damaging trade war.

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BRICS -Missing the mortar for a strong edifice

BRICS -Missing the mortar for a strong edifice

August 8, 2018

The recently concluded 10th BRICS summit in Johannesburg struck all the right notes expected from a gathering of global leaders. But 15 years after it was first talked of as a bloc, has BRICS under-delivered on its promise?

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Takehiko Nakao

Takehiko Nakao

June 1, 2017

It’s not just China that is booming, the rest of Asia is also showing steady progress, while developing nations have their own obstacles to overcome, they are distinctly different from the issues of more developed economies, says Nakao. Takehiko Nakao, the president of Asian De...

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Anxious times for India as China deepens roots in SL

Anxious times for India as China deepens roots in SL

January 10, 2017

Last week’s protests in Hambantota, in southern Sri Lanka, against the launch of a special industrial zone - conceived, promoted, financed, built and to be operated by China - may not hold good for India, strategically.

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