45 China's investments to be cleared from India, report says

45 China's investments to be cleared from India, report says

After India-China disputed border event and military tensions easing between the two countries, India decides to clear 45 investment proposals from China, which are likely to include those from Great Wall Motor and SAIC Motor Corp.
India unofficially tells airlines to blocks Chinese entering the country

India unofficially tells airlines to blocks Chinese entering the country

Indian civil aviation authorities have informally communicated to all airlines flying into India to not board Chinese nationals.
US & India expected to Sign Military Pact as China Prompts Closer Ties

US & India expected to Sign Military Pact as China Prompts Closer Ties

The U.S. and India are expected to sign a key military agreement this week, bolstering cooperation in the Pacific and Indian oceans to counter an increasingly assertive China, Indian officials said.
Captured Chinese soldier by India along disputed mountain border, updates

Captured Chinese soldier by India along disputed mountain border, updates

The Indian military revealed on Monday that its forces had captured a Chinese corporal who had strayed across the disputed, unmarked high-altitude border that zigzags between the two nations, the first time a soldier had been reported captured. Despite requests from Beijing, the PLA corporal will only be released after ‘formalities’ are completed.
China-India border standoff' shots fired in the Himalaya showing a dangerous development

China-India border standoff' shots fired in the Himalaya showing a dangerous development

In the midst of all the stories about China’s oppression in Hong Kong and Xinjiang, unlawful activities in the Bien Dong Sea (South China Sea) and its expulsion of foreign journalists, a recent clash on its border with India may pose the greater threat to Asian security. For the first time in 45 years, shots were fired this week, said theconversation.
China, India accuse each other of firing shots at disputed border as tensions rise

China, India accuse each other of firing shots at disputed border as tensions rise

Both sides deny that their soldiers fired first shots along Line of Actual Control in Himalayas since 1996 agreement. But each side claims opposing troops were moving forward at the time of the incident
India-China tension escalation: India puts a ban on Chinese apps

India-China tension escalation: India puts a ban on Chinese apps

India-China tension escalation: India bans Tik Tok, WeChat and a host of other Chinese apps, considering it a danger to the country.
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