Articles about India-China

Chinese hackers target India's grid near Ladakh to collect intelligence

07 Apr 2022

India
Chinese hackers target India's grid near Ladakh to collect intelligence

Chinese state-sponsored hackers are suspected to have targeted India's power sector in recent months under an apparent cyber-espionage campaign, revealed a report by threat intelligence firm Recorded Future Inc.

When Lata Mangeshkar's 'Aye Mere Watan' left Nehru in tears

06 Feb 2022

India
When Lata Mangeshkar's 'Aye Mere Watan' left Nehru in tears

Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar (92) breathed her last on Sunday after battling with multi-organ failure for several weeks.

'Chinese village' from Pentagon report a PLA settlement: Arunachal official

07 Nov 2021

India
'Chinese village' from Pentagon report a PLA settlement: Arunachal official

A site along the disputed area near Arunachal Pradesh's Upper Subansiri district has been turned into a military camp of China's People's Liberation Army (PLA), an official reportedly said.

India, China to hold 13th round of military talks today

10 Oct 2021

India
India, China to hold 13th round of military talks today

India and China will hold the 13th round of high-level military talks on Sunday to achieve further disengagement in the remaining friction points in eastern Ladakh.

India, China had brief face-off in Tawang last week: Reports

08 Oct 2021

India
India, China had brief face-off in Tawang last week: Reports

Indian and Chinese troops were reportedly engaged in yet another face-off last week along the Line of Actual Control in Arunachal Pradesh.

Gallantry medals for 20 ITBP troops for fighting Chinese PLA

14 Aug 2021

India
Gallantry medals for 20 ITBP troops for fighting Chinese PLA

Twenty personnel of the India-China Line of Actual Control guarding the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) force have been awarded gallantry medals for displaying bravery during clashes between militaries of the two countries in Ladakh last year.

China launches first bullet train in Tibet

25 Jun 2021

World
China launches first bullet train in Tibet

China on Friday operationalized its first fully electrified bullet train in the remote Himalayan region of Tibet, connecting the provincial capital Lhasa and Nyingchi, a strategically located Tibetan border town close to Arunachal Pradesh, India.

Offer to suspend farm-laws for 18 months stands: PM Modi

30 Jan 2021

India
Offer to suspend farm-laws for 18 months stands: PM Modi

Addressing an all-party meeting on Saturday, PM Narendra Modi reiterated the Centre stands by the offer made by Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar to farmers to suspend the three new farm laws for 18 months.

India, China continue talks amid border row, call for disengagement

18 Dec 2020

India
India, China continue talks amid border row, call for disengagement

Months into the India-China border row, both nations held another round of talks to resolve the conflict.

Citing COVID-19, China restricts entry of foreign nationals from India

05 Nov 2020

World
Citing COVID-19, China restricts entry of foreign nationals from India

China has restricted the entry of non-Chinese travelers from India, along with Belgium, the Philippines, and the United Kingdom, citing concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic.

Amid India-China border row, Australia to join Malabar naval exercise

19 Oct 2020

India
Amid India-China border row, Australia to join Malabar naval exercise

The Defence Ministry on Monday announced that Australia will be joining the upcoming Malabar naval exercise, completing the Quad or quadrilateral coalition along with the United States and Japan.

Arrested journalist shared India's border strategy with China, say police

19 Sep 2020

India
Arrested journalist shared India's border strategy with China, say police

The Delhi Police on Saturday said that freelance journalist Rajeev Sharma was sharing sensitive information about India's border strategy with Chinese intelligence.

LAC: Rajnath Singh tells Chinese counterpart to restore status quo

05 Sep 2020

India
LAC: Rajnath Singh tells Chinese counterpart to restore status quo

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday held talks with Chinese counterpart Gen. Wei Fenghe in Moscow amid a border conflict between the two nations.

Vivo pulls out as title sponsor of Pro Kabaddi League

07 Aug 2020

Sports
Vivo pulls out as title sponsor of Pro Kabaddi League

After pulling out as title sponsor of Indian Premier League, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo is set to end the association with Pro Kabaddi League as well.

Traders' body asks celebrities to stop endorsing Chinese brands

18 Jun 2020

Entertainment
Traders' body asks celebrities to stop endorsing Chinese brands

In the wake of the rising military and political tensions between India and China, the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has urged all Indian film and sports personalities to immediately stop endorsing Chinese products and brands.

No Chinese equipment for 4G upgradation: Centre to BSNL

18 Jun 2020

Business
No Chinese equipment for 4G upgradation: Centre to BSNL

The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has asked Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) to not use any Chinese equipment in its 4G upgradation work.

Ladakh standoff: China says 'positive consensus' reached with India

10 Jun 2020

World
Ladakh standoff: China says 'positive consensus' reached with India

China said on Wednesday that it had reached "positive consensus" with India over recent border tensions in Eastern Ladakh.

New Army Chief says India-China border needs more attention

01 Jan 2020

India
New Army Chief says India-China border needs more attention

A day after taking over as the 28th Chief of the Indian Army, General Manoj Mukund Naravane said that India needs to pay more attention to the China front and enhance capabilities along the Northern border.

Post-Doklam talks, India-China sides agree to maintain peace along border

23 Dec 2017

World
Post-Doklam talks, India-China sides agree to maintain peace along border

India and China have held their first high-level border talks since the 73-day Doklam standoff.

Government is tightening its grip on Chinese businesses in India

18 Aug 2017

Business
Government is tightening its grip on Chinese businesses in India

The Indian government is now imposing stringent rules for the Chinese businesses delving into the power transmission sector in India.

Amid Sikkim stand-off, India and China attend the SCO summit

02 Jul 2017

World
Amid Sikkim stand-off, India and China attend the SCO summit

Amidst an intensifying stand-off between Indian and Chinese troops at the border in Sikkim, the two countries attended the Shanghai Co-operation Organization meeting held in Dalian, in North-east China.

#SikkimStandoff: India, China deploy 3,000 troops each in disputed area

01 Jul 2017

World
#SikkimStandoff: India, China deploy 3,000 troops each in disputed area

The India-China troop face-off along the Sikkim-Bhutan-Tibet tri-junction in Doklam appears to have intensified with both the Indian and Chinese armies deploying 3,000 troops each, in a near eyeball-to-eyeball situation, according to sources.