There is no denying that India-China trade has grown substantially over the years. But trade imbalance remains a thorny issue.
China’s desire to keep India and Pakistan hyphenated from a political perspective remains as strong as ever—Beijing’s reactions and statements on Kashmir reflect that.
Tariff concessions seem more aimed at protecting the wallets of US consumers. No real progress has been made in US-China trade talks.
Benefits to India are contingent on greater competitiveness as well as its ability to scale up production to meet higher demand.
In his first term, Modi had succeeded in articulating a global role for India as a leading player in the international system, one which shapes global rules and is not merely a rule-taker. In his second term, he should be focusing more on how to operationalise this idea into concrete policy outcomes.
India will have to evolve new terms of engagement with its neighbours — terms that reflect the reality of our times
According to a commerce ministry official, the department is likely to make a proposal to the ministry of external affairs to appoint Aamir as India’s brand ambassador to China
The article argued that the testing of the nuclear capable intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) is a challenge to global nuclear-nonproliferation efforts
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Shailesh Kumar, Senior Analyst for Asia at the Eurasia Group discussed US President Donald Trump's South Asia policy. He also shared his views on cabinet rejig in India.
Chinese companies have invested mostly in telecom, power,engineering and infrastructure sectors. Several Chinese companies have also shown an interest in setting up industrial parks in India
The show of strength raises worry as both countries have large expatriate population around the globe
Last year in March, China was the sole member in the 15- nation UN organ to put a hold on India's bid to place Azhar on the 1267 sanctions list that would subject him to an assets freeze and travel ban
China said that it has not denied visas to members of a delegation of the India Foundation, a think tank with links to the BJP, which was to travel to Fudan University in Shanghai next week.
Sikkim Chief Minister Pawan Chamling today demanded an urgent intervention of the Centre for early settlement of the Gorkhaland issue to safeguard the interest of Sikkim.
India today refused to elaborate on the "range of issues" discussed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping during their informal conversation yesterday in Hamburg, in the backdrop of a standoff between their armies in the Sikkim sector
Indian market is on an economic and earning up cycle which resulted in strong flows from foreign investors.
The Doklam area near the Chumbi Valley has recently been claimed by the Asian dragon, resulting in the biggest stand-off between Indian and Chinese militaries ever since 1962
The Indian mobile firms are seeking government action to ease the pain of their defeat to Chinese rivals, an article in the state-run Global Times
China today accused India of "fuelling tensions" and damaging its interests by allowing the Dalai Lama to visit Arunachal Pradesh while the state media here called for answering "blows with blows" if New Delhi chooses to "play dirty".
Amid protests by Beijing against his scheduled visit to Tawang, the Dalai Lama today said India has never used him against China.
India's concerns over sovereignty relating to the USD 46-billion CPEC is "unwarranted", Chinese state media today said, asking New Delhi to take an "objective and more pragmatic" view of China's ambitious Silk Road project.
China is "positive" towards proposals to establish a military hotline with India to deal with issues along their disputed border, Defence Minister Chang Wanquan told his Indian counterpart during a meeting in Beijing.
Modi needs to understand three things: first, how China thinks; second, how it is executing its strategy for Asian dominance; and three, how it sees India and how we see it.
India's public sector is "inefficient and impotent", a state-run Chinese daily has said, even as it praised the neighbouring country's private sector for successful promotion of entrepreneurial spirit.
Describing the India-China relationship as "noble," the Chinese Consul General in Mumbai Niu Qingbao today said here that without the input and support of the two countries, no major problem can be solved in the world.