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Setting aside rancour over Hong Kong, <strong>China</strong> welcomes Prince William

Setting aside rancour over Hong Kong, China welcomes Prince William

02 Mar 2015

Beijing: Chinese President Xi Jinping gave a warm welcome to Prince William on Monday as he began the first visit to the mainland by a member of the British royal family in almost three decades, setting aside the rancour with London over Hong Kong.

Chinese President,   Xi Jinping,   Hong Kong,   China,   Prince William in China,  
Budget focuses on road network on borders with <strong>China</strong>, Pakistan

Budget focuses on road network on borders with China, Pakistan

28 Feb 2015

New Delhi: NDA government has in its infrastructure development initiatives focused on connecting with all weather roads along borders with nearly 100 percent increase in allocation for construction of roads along Sino-India and Indo-Pak boundaries.

Union Budget 2015,   Budget 2015,   Union Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   Budget Session 2015,   Indian economy,   road network,   China border,   Pakistan border,  
<strong>China</strong> to be consulted on any project re-think: Sri Lanka

China to be consulted on any project re-think: Sri Lanka

27 Feb 2015

Beijing: Sri Lanka will not make any decision on Chinese projects it is reviewing until it consults China, Sri Lanka's Foreign Minister said on Friday, pledging that his new government would welcome Chinese investors.

China,   Sri Lanka,   project rethink,   Chinese projects,   Sri Lanka Foreign Minister,   Sri Lankan President,   Maithripala Sirisena,   Mangala Samaraweera,  
After <strong>floods</strong>, swine flu adds to misery of J and K residents

After floods, swine flu adds to misery of J and K residents

23 Feb 2015

Jammu: At a time when the situation in Jammu and Kashmir was limping back to normalcy and people were slowly rebuilding their lives after the devastating floods in September last year, the deadly swine flu virus has added more pain to their misery.

Jammu and Kashmir,   Swine flu,   H1N1 Virus,   Swine flu deaths,  
Modi's Arunachal trip could 'add fuel' to territorial dispute: Chinese daily

Modi's Arunachal trip could 'add fuel' to territorial dispute: Chinese daily

27 Feb 2015

Beijing: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent visit to Arunachal Pradesh could "add fuel" to the territorial dispute and make it difficult to resolve the vexed boundary issue, a Chinese state-run daily said.

Narendra Modi,   Modi Arunachal Pradesh,   Modi Arunachal visit,   Territorial dispute,   India China border issue,  
Boat capsizes off Macau, 15 people missing

Boat capsizes off Macau, 15 people missing

27 Feb 2015

Beijing: A suspected people-smuggling boat carrying 19 people capsized off the Chinese territory of Macau on Friday, leaving 15 people missing, the Macau government said.

Boat capsizes,   China Boat capsizes,   people missing in boat capsizes,   Macau boat capsizes ,  
Air <strong>China</strong> plane makes emergency landing after bomb scare

Air China plane makes emergency landing after bomb scare

25 Feb 2015

Beijing: An Air China flight on Wednesday made an emergency landing at an airport in China's southwest Chongqing province after a passenger claimed to have explosives on board.

Air China flight,   emergency landing,   bomb scare,   Guangxi Zhuang,   Autonomous Region,  
Pakistan approves multi-billion dollar economic corridor with <strong>China</strong>

Pakistan approves multi-billion dollar economic corridor with China

24 Feb 2015

Islamabad: Pakistan on Monday approved an ambitious multi-billion dollar strategic economic corridor linking China to Gwadar port at the mouth of the Arabian Sea that passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK).

Pakistan,   China,   Pakistan China economic corridor,   PoK,   China Pakistan Economic Corridor,   rail project,  
India imports 2.9 MT steel from <strong>China</strong> in April-January: Government

India imports 2.9 MT steel from China in April-January: Government

25 Feb 2015

New Delhi: As much as 2.9 million tonnes of steel was imported from China in the first 10 months of the current fiscal, as against 8.1 MT of total inward shipments of the metal, the government said on Wednesday.

Budget Session,   Budget 2015,   steel,   India steel,   India steel imports,   China steel exports,  
<strong>China</strong>, India competing in South Asia: Pakistani daily

China, India competing in South Asia: Pakistani daily

23 Feb 2015

Islamabad: The competition between India and China to gain diplomatic one-upmanship in South Asia, from Sri Lanka to Maldives, exposes a strategic necessity, a leading Pakistani daily said on Monday.

China,   India,   South Asia,   Pakistan daily,   diplomatic relations ,  

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