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Indo-Pacific strategy bound to fail: China

Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi made the remarks as President Joe Biden arrived in Japan on Sunday to launch a plan for greater US economic engagement in the Indo-Pacific and attend a summit of the leaders of the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, or Quad, comprising India, Japan and Australia, besides the US
Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi (REUTERS)
Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi (REUTERS)
Updated on May 23, 2022 12:46 AM IST
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India doubles down on opposition to China’s second bridge across Pangong Lake

Both bridges are located across the narrowest section of the 134-km-long lake. They will cut the distance between Chinese troop positions on the north bank to a key People’s Liberation Army (PLA) base at Rutog, on the eastern end of the lake, by around 150 km.
Satellite imagery of the site indicates that the first bridge built by China across Pangong Lake is narrower and has been completed. Both the bridges are in areas that have continued to be under the illegal occupation of China since the 1960s. (Image used for representation). (HT FILE PHOTO.)
Satellite imagery of the site indicates that the first bridge built by China across Pangong Lake is narrower and has been completed. Both the bridges are in areas that have continued to be under the illegal occupation of China since the 1960s. (Image used for representation). (HT FILE PHOTO.)
Updated on May 21, 2022 01:25 AM IST
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China enhancing infra along LAC, says Army’s Eastern Command chief

  • Lt Gen RP Kalita said that while such activities on the other side of the Line of Actual were underway, the Indian side was also monitoring the situation and continuously upgrading its infrastructure and capabilities.
Lt Gen RP Kalita, GoC-in-C of the India Army's Eastern Command addresses the press on Monday. (ANI Twitter)
Lt Gen RP Kalita, GoC-in-C of the India Army's Eastern Command addresses the press on Monday. (ANI Twitter)
Published on May 16, 2022 09:17 PM IST
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China agrees to allow ‘some’ Indian students to return. Conditions apply

The announcement by China and the Indian embassy is good news for the students but there are riders - not everyone will be allowed back and no timeline was given.
People line up at a makeshift nucleic acid testing site amid Covid-19 outbreak, in Chaoyang district of Beijing, China, on Friday. (REUTERS)
People line up at a makeshift nucleic acid testing site amid Covid-19 outbreak, in Chaoyang district of Beijing, China, on Friday. (REUTERS)
Updated on Apr 29, 2022 06:04 PM IST
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