INDO CHINA

  • IFFI 2014: China takes country focus; plans to combine Indian dance forms with martial arts and hold film exhibitions discussed November 26, 2014

    Panaji: An Indo-China Audio-Visual Co-production Agreement was signed on 18th September in presence of Indian Prime Minister and Chinese President, but its impact could only be felt at IFFI this year. Whether it was by way of Chinese films that are being screened at the ongoing festival, presence of Chinese...
  • Xi's India visit put ties into historic phase: Chinese FM September 20, 2014

    Beijing: China has said President Xi Jinping's maiden visit to India has propelled bilateral ties into a historic phase and opened a new chapter in its neighbourhood diplomacy. "President Xi's visit has propelled the development of ChinaIndia ties into a new historic phase," Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said during a...
  • Bullet News: Catch the day's top stories September 19, 2014

    Bullet News is CNNIBN's nonstop prime time bulletin where we bring to you the day's top stories from around the world. Be it politics, sports, entertainment or business, catch it here, only in 30 minutes. ...
  • News 360: Xi Jinping wraps his first visit to India, will invest $20 billion September 19, 2014

    Chinese President Xi Jinping wraps up his first visit to India. Xi's landmark visit saw India and China reaffirm their commitment for mutual cooperation. China is investing $20 billion in India, and 12 agreements were signed on Thursday. ...
  • Dalai Lama hopes for peace and better ties between India and China as Xi Jinping visits India September 18, 2014

    Mumbai: Tibetan leader Dalai Lama hopes for peace and better ties between India and China as the latter's President Xi Jinping visits India. According to Dalai Lama both these countries are strong players as they are emerging economies and maintaining a good relationship with each other is very vital for...
  • Disclosure of Henderson Brooks Report not in national interest: Government July 8, 2014

    New Delhi: The Henderson Brooks Report on 1962 IndoChina war is a "top secret document" and disclosure of any information about it would not be in the national interest, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Tuesday. "This (the Henderson Brooks report) is a top secret document and has not been declassified...
  • ModiXi meeting in Brazil strategically significant: China July 7, 2014

    Beijing: China on Monday said that the first meeting between President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Brazil next week will have "significant strategic importance" to bilateral ties. "Xi will have first bilateral meeting with new Indian Prime Minister. So the bilateral meeting will have significant strategic importance," Vice...
  • Army Chief addresses China's National Defence University cadets July 4, 2014

    Beijing: Army Chief General Bikram Singh on Friday addressed the cadets of the National Defence University here, a day after holding hectic parleys with China's military top brass on a host of issues including the implementation of the new border defence mechanism. On the last day of his visit to Beijing,...
  • Cartographic depiction doesn't change facts: MEA June 28, 2014

    China on Saturday released a new map showing Arunachal Pradesh as a part of it. The Ministry of External Affairs maintains that the northeastern state is a part of the Indian nation. "Cartographic depiction doesn't change facts. Arunachal Pradesh is an integral part of India and has already been raised...
  • India and China have to narrow down differences: Hamid Ansari June 28, 2014

    Beijing: India and China have to narrow down differences and build on convergences by exploiting the potential of Panchsheel, the five principles of peaceful coexistence propounded by the two countries along with Myanmar in 1954, Vice President Hamid Ansari said on Saturday. "In our respective bilateral relations, our common interests far...
  • Rise of India & China will make the world more peaceful: Wang Yi June 10, 2014

    New Delhi: Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi believes India and China share a long term relationship and the latter need not get insecure about the former's strengthening relationship with other neighbouring countries. However, the Tibetan issue remains a bone of contention between the two countries as China expects India to...
  • Focus on skill, speed to compete with China, says Modi June 8, 2014

    India needs to focus on skill, scale and speed to compete with China, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday, drawing a link between the colours in the national flag to the revolutions the country needed for its future growth. Releasing a book, "Getting India Back on track an action...
  • China keen on working with the Narendra Modi government: MEA June 8, 2014

    New Delhi: The threehour long meeting between the Foreign Ministers of India and China in New Delhi was useful, cordial and productive, said Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin. Stating that it was a new productive beginning between the Indian and Chinese governments, Akbaruddin said that the latter supported...
  • Will deal with outstanding issues: Modi tells Chinese PM May 29, 2014

    Describing China as a "priority" in India's foreign policy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday told Premier Li Keqiang that he was keen on working closely with the Chinese leadership to deal with any outstanding issues in bilateral ties. Premier Li on Thursday telephoned Prime Minister Modi and conveyed his government's...
  • China owes its progress to its leadership quality: S Jaishankar April 29, 2014

    Washington: China owes its progress mostly to its leadership quality, Indian Ambassador to the US S Jaishankar, who earlier had a diplomatic stint in Beijing, said on Tuesday. Jaishankar made the remarks during his key note address at the Washington launch of the book "ReImagining IndiaUnlocking the potential of Asia's...
  • India, China set to hold strategic dialogue on Monday April 13, 2014

    Beijing: Top diplomats from India and China will hold the sixth Strategic Dialogue in Beijing on Monday to take stock of the status of bilateral relations and explore new initiatives to improve ties. Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh, who arrived in Beijing on Saturday, will co-chair the talks with her Chinese counterpart...
  • Sujatha Singh in Beijing for strategic dialogue April 12, 2014

    Beijing: Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh on Saturday arrived to take part in the sixth India-China Strategic Dialogue next week during which the two nations will review the status of bilateral relations and explore new initiatives to improve ties. Singh will co-chair - along with her counterpart Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin...
  • Army gets final nod for raising corps along China border November 19, 2013

    The government has given its final go ahead to the Army for raising a corps along the China border which will include the deployment of 50,000 additional troops there at a cost of around Rs 65,000 crore. The 17 Corps, the latest and the 14th such formation of the Army, will...
  • Manmohan to take up stapled visas, LAC row, trade with Chinese PM Li October 22, 2013

    Beijing: As Prime Minister Manmohan Singh began his China visit on Tuesday, there are huge expectations that the two countries would move closer towards resolving contentious issues. Some key pacts including the ones on stapled visas being granted by China for Arunachal Pradesh residents and on preventing incursions along the...
  • Border dispute not 'easy issue' to tackle, says Indian PM October 22, 2013

    Asserting that the commitment of the Indian and Chinese leadership to maintain peace on the frontiers is an important guarantor for progress, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has said the border dispute is not an "easy issue" to tackle and will take time to resolve. "This is not an easy issue and...
  • IndiaChina visa row erupts ahead of PM's visit to Beijing October 11, 2013

    Indian politicians complained on Friday after a Chinese airline blocked two Indian archers from a disputed border state from travelling to China, raising territorial tension just days before Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visits Beijing. Despite fastgrowing economic ties and cooperation on global issues, the nucleararmed neighbours have long disagreed about large...
  • China under Xi will not 'dodge disputes' with neighbours: Yang August 16, 2013

    Beijing: China under the new leadership will not "dodge disputes" with neighbours and forsake its core national interests, a top Chinese diplomat said on Friday, making it clear that no country should expect Beijing to swallow the "bitter fruit" undermining its sovereignty and security. In an article carried by the state...
  • Cabinet clears Rs 64,000 crore proposal for a new IndoChina border unit July 18, 2013

    The Cabinet has cleared Rs 64,000 crore proposal for raising a new China oriented mountain strike corps. The corps is tasked for the defence of the east where intrusions by the Chinese troops are on the rise. It will take nearly seven years to raise and will comprise of three...
  • Snow avalanche kills one in Uttarakhand, three injured February 7, 2013

    Uttarkashi: An employee of the Snow and Avalanche Study Establishment was killed and three Army jawans were injured in a snow avalanche at a forward post near the IndoChina border in the district, ITBP sources said here on February 7. The snow avalanche occurred on February 6 when a SASE team...
  • Forgotten heroes of 1962 war demand justice from a apathetic govt December 14, 2012

    CNNIBN has launched a campaign to recognise the efforts of the forgotten heroes of the 1962 SinoIndian war. All they want is a memorial and more importantly, some respect. It was our point of debate on 'India at 9' on Thursday night. ...
  • Chinese daily blames India for 1962 war December 13, 2012

    Beijing: China was "forced into a counterattack" in the 1962 war with India, said a staterun Chinese daily, blaming New Delhi for initiating "a forward policy of sending troops and border patrols into disputed areas". An opinion piece Thursday in the Global Times titled "India still conserves frontier mentality over 1962...
  • Significant generational changes taking place in China: Khurshid November 8, 2012

    External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid said that India is looking forward for more meaningful and sustainable relationship with China. ...
  • Soldiers who died in 1962 war honoured for the first time October 20, 2012

    New Delhi: The country on Saturday paid homage to the soldiers who fought the 1962 IndoChina war. And for the first time, Defence Minister AK Antony along with the top military brass of the country paid homage to those who died fighting in the war. Antony and the three service...
  • Watch: Rare visuals of Dalai Lama's escape in 1959 from Tibet to Tawang October 19, 2012

    Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh was the battle ground, which saw the 1962 SinoIndian conflict. But exactly three years before that in 1959, it was in Tawang itself that the Dalai Lama had arrived after his escape from Tibet. Here is a look at the rare film footage of that escape....
  • 1962 IndoChina war: veterans reminisce about how they fought October 17, 2012

    Exactly 50 years ago, the Indian Army suffered its darkest hour as the country went to war with China in 1962. CNNIBN spoke to the veterans who reminisced about how they bravely fought the Chinese forces. Colonel Harbans Singh was a Company Commander in the 4th Sikh regiment. He fought...