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 Not a degree of freedom for Tibetans within <strong>China</strong>: US diplomat

Not a degree of freedom for Tibetans within China: US diplomat

26 Nov 2014

Washington: Tibetans within China do not enjoy freedom within the Communist nation, a top US diplomat has said after meeting Tibetan refugees in India and Nepal.

Tibetan refugees,   US,   China,   Dalai Lama ,  
24 killed, 52 injured in China's coal mine fire

24 killed, 52 injured in China's coal mine fire

26 Nov 2014

Beijing: At least 24 workers were killed and 52 others injured on Wednesday when a fire broke out in a coal mine in China's northeastern Liaoning province soon after a mild earthquake jolted the region.

China,   Coal Mine Fire,   Hengda Coal,   Fuxin Coal,   Liaoning Province,   Shenyang ,  
<strong>China</strong> ready to hold fresh border talks with India

China ready to hold fresh border talks with India

26 Nov 2014

Beijing: China welcomes India's newly-appointed special representative on border talks, Ajit Doval, and expects a new round of parleys soon, a Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman said on Tuesday.

India-China relations,   China-India bilateral relations,   Ajit Doval,   China-India border issues ,  
Pakistan pushes for active role for observers in SAARC

Pakistan pushes for active role for observers in SAARC

26 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: Pakistan on Wednesday sought greater involvement with the observer nations in the eight-member SAARC bloc, saying it should build on convergences and minimise divergences and called for a "dispute-free" South Asia.

dispute free South Asia,   leaders,   SAARC,   SAARC summit,   India Pakistan,   Nepal,   China,   Sri Lanka,  
Collective efforts more important in Saarc region: PM Modi

Collective efforts more important in Saarc region: PM Modi

26 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: Nowhere in the world are collective efforts more important than in south Asia, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Summit here on Wednesday.

SAARC Summit,   PM Modi,   future of South Asia,   bilateral ties,   trade,   Narendra Modi,   China,   Nepal,   India,   Pakistan,   SAARC,   Sri Lanka,  
5.8 magnitude quake hits <strong>China</strong>

5.8 magnitude quake hits China

25 Nov 2014

Beijing: A 5.8-magnitude earthquake on Tuesday jolted China's southwest Sichuan Province, three days after the mountainous region was devastated by a 6.3 magnitude quake.

Earthquake,   China,   Southwest China,   Sichuan Province,   Mountainous region,   Quake,  
No unauthorised entry of neighbourhood armies in three months: Government

No unauthorised entry of neighbourhood armies in three months: Government

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: There have been "no incidents of unauthorised entry" of the armies of neighbouring countries into Indian territory during the past three months, the government informed the Rajya Sabha.

Indian territory,   China,   Pakistan,   Modi government,   Rajya Sabha,  
<strong>China</strong> welcomes Doval's appointment as Special Representative for boundary talks

China welcomes Doval's appointment as Special Representative for boundary talks

25 Nov 2014

Beijing: Welcoming National Security Advisor Ajit Doval's appointment as Special Representative for Sino-India boundary negotiations, China on Tuesday refuted reports that it had sought a higher level official for the talks which have reached a "critical stage" of arriving at a final settlement.

China,   National Security Advisor,   Ajit Doval,   Doval's appointment,   Special Representative,   Sino-India boundary negotiations,   Hua Chunying,  
After conquering <strong>China</strong>, Saina aims to become World No.1

After conquering China, Saina aims to become World No.1

25 Nov 2014

Hyderabad: Upbeat over winning the China Open title and moving up to the fourth spot in the latest BWF rankings, star shuttler Saina Nehwal says she is working on becoming the best in the world.

Saina Nehwal,  China,   China Open Title,   BWF Rankings,   Pullela Gopichand,  French Open,   Vimal kumar,  
Indian Railways team in <strong>China</strong> for Delhi-Chennai bullet train

Indian Railways team in China for Delhi-Chennai bullet train

25 Nov 2014

Beijing: Indian Railways team is in China to chalk out plans for conducting feasibility study to build the 1,754 km-long Delhi-Chennai high-speed train corridor, world's second largest bullet train line.

Delhi-Chennai bullet train,   Indian Railways,   Rail Vikas Nigam,   world's second largest,   Beijing-Guangzhou line,   China Railway Construction Corporation Limited,   Rajdhani Express,   ,  

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