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Earthquake: Asian countries search for citizens stranded by Nepal

Earthquake: Asian countries search for citizens stranded by Nepal

26 Apr 2015

Sydney: Asian countries were scrambling on Sunday to locate thousands of their nationals stranded in Nepal after a huge earthquake devastated the Himalayan nation, severing communications and transport links.

Nepal Earthquake,   Nepal Tourists,   Devastation in Nepal,   Asian Countries,   China,   Australia,  New Zealand,   Japan,   United State,   Disaster Response Teams,   Relief Efforts,   Emergency Services in Nepal,   Latest World News ,  
Tibet earthquake death toll 17; <strong>China</strong> sends rescue team to Nepal

Tibet earthquake death toll 17; China sends rescue team to Nepal

26 Apr 2015

Beijing: Death toll in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region has risen to 17 in the wake of the devastating earthquake that hit neighbouring Nepal yesterday, while the Communist giant on Sunday dispatched a 62-member search and rescue team to help the Himalayan nation.

Nepal death toll,   China,   Tibet,   Nepal earthquake,   Himalaya,  
PM Modi's <strong>China</strong> trip: Trade gap, market access on agenda

PM Modi's China trip: Trade gap, market access on agenda

24 Apr 2015

New Delhi: India will take up the issue of a widening trade deficit and greater market access for domestic products during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to China later this month, a top commerce ministry official said.

India China relations,   Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,   Modi China visit,   Modi foreign tour,  
<strong>China</strong> warns North Korea nuclear arsenal expanding: Report

China warns North Korea nuclear arsenal expanding: Report

23 Apr 2015

Seoul: Chinese nuclear experts believe North Korea may already have a nuclear arsenal of 20 warheads and the uranium enrichment capacity to double that figure by next year, according to a media report on Thursday.

China,   North Korea,   nuclear arsenal,   uranium enrichment capacity,   USA,   latest world news,  
Sino-Pak bid to remove line on UN at Asia-Afro meet foiled

Sino-Pak bid to remove line on UN at Asia-Afro meet foiled

23 Apr 2015

Jakarta: India on Thursday thwarted attempts by Pakistan and China to remove a crucial line on the United Nations from a declaration adopted by Asian African Summit here.

Sino Pak,   UN,   Asia Afro,   NAASP,   Asian African Strategic Partnership,   Pakistan,   China,   Latest World News ,  
China's biggest auto show opens amid growth slowdown

China's biggest auto show opens amid growth slowdown

20 Apr 2015

Shanghai: Global car makers showed off hundreds of vehicles in China's commercial hub Shanghai on Monday, as the world's biggest auto market continues to attract despite a sharp deceleration in sales growth.

China,   China biggest auto show,   China biggest auto market,   Shanghai,   China economy,   latest automobile news,  
Pakistan, <strong>China</strong> to continue cooperation in civil nuclear energy

Pakistan, China to continue cooperation in civil nuclear energy

21 Apr 2015

Islamabad: China and Pakistan have agreed to continue bilateral cooperation in civil nuclear energy under International Atomic Energy Agency safeguards, in line with their respective bilateral and multilateral commitments.

Pakistan,   China,   civil nuclear energy,   International Atomic Energy Agency,   Pakistan China ties,   latest world news,  
<strong>China</strong>, Pakistan launch joint think-tank; face ridicule on acronym

China, Pakistan launch joint think-tank; face ridicule on acronym

21 Apr 2015

Islamabad: All-weather allies China and Pakistan have launched their first joint think-tank, the acronym of which became the butt of jokes on social media.

Pakistan China think tank,   Pak China relations,   Joint Think Tank,   Research and Development International,   RANDI,   China Pakistan Economic Corridor,  
24,000 people to be evacuated as <strong>typhoon</strong> closes in on Philippines

24,000 people to be evacuated as typhoon closes in on Philippines

04 Apr 2015

Manila: Around 24,000 people from the Philippines were being evacuated on Saturday with Typhoon Maysak a day away from potentially striking the country's northeast coast, officials said.

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Veto lies with Pakistan on solution to Indo-<strong>China</strong> border issue: Natwar Singh

Veto lies with Pakistan on solution to Indo-China border issue: Natwar Singh

21 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's proposed visit to China next month, former External Affairs Minister Natwar Singh on Tuesday said that it is Pakistan which would have the veto on a "final solution" to the Sino- Indian border issue.

Narendra Modi,   Modi China visit,   Natwar Singh,   Pakistan Chinda relations,   India Pakistan relation,   INdia border dispute,   Sino India border,  

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