Four meetings between the leaders of India and China, spanning three continents in eight months! In a milestone that underscores the new normal and confidence in India-China relations, India’s Prime …Read More
In a pioneering step, India and China are set to bolster their post-Wuhan convergence by signing a landmark internal security cooperation agreement, which will set an upbeat tone for the …Read More
Call it the Bollywood bounce for India-China relations. At the National Day celebrations at the Chinese embassy in Delhi, Chinese girls dressed in colourful Rajasthani period costumes danced to the …Read More
River, rice and a bit of sugar – the positive flow in India-China relations that started in Wuhan washed ashore the Chinese coastal city of Qingdao, with Prime Minister Narendra …Read More
SINGAPORE: Amid festering anxieties about China’s hegemonic ambitions, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has unveiled a soaring statesman-like vision of a “new Indo-Pacific,” region which is open, pluralistic, inclusive and …Read More
WUHAN: Enhancing India-China economic relationship and addressing trade deficit figured prominently in wide-ranging discussions between India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese president Xi Jinping at the first informal summit …Read More
In one of China’s happiest cities, the leaders of India and China indicated the beginning of a new chapter in bilateral relations as they met for their first heart-to-heart summit …Read More
A day ahead of his historic informal summit meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has underlined that the two leaders will review the developments …Read More
Days before the first-ever informal summit meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping, China’s One Belt One Road project continue to remain a subject of contention. New Delhi has refrained from expressing support for the mammoth trans-regional connectivity project at the meeting of the foreign ministers of the Shanghai Corporation Organization.Read More
President Xi’s report pointed out the right direction for developing China-India economic and trade relationship. In the future, following the principles of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, we will use three “keys” to unlock the potential of balanced and mutually beneficial China- India economic and trade cooperation in the “new era”.
With the guidance of our leaders and the guiding principles of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, India-China economic and trade cooperation will bring real benefits to our governments, business communities and ordinary people. It will become the bedrock and anchor of our bilateral relationship. With the development of this relationship, the day when “China and India speak in one voice, and the world listens” will come soon.