India and China are unlikely to play up differences over their disputed border and will instead focus on boosting economic ties to give a new direction to relations between two of Asia’s largest economies during Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit beginning September 17.
The latest incident highlights the bitter differences between the two Asian giants despite the likely bonhomie that will mark the Chinese president's first Indian visit. India says boundary issue will be discussed during Xi's visit
The central government is all set to restructure the defunct employment exchanges of the country and turn them into career centres on the lines of online job portals like naukri.com and timesjob.com, likely from next month.
After being perceived to be scrambling for business in its first full Parliament session in July-August, the NDA government is gearing up to be fully prepared much ahead of the winter session. There too, a long list of business is pending before the government.
The Leftist All India Students’ Association has swept all four seats in the Jawaharlal Nehru Student Union elections but saw a major cut in its vote share as the Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad gained major ground in the left-dominated university.