Tag Archives: Sino-Indian Ties

CLOSER ECONOMIC TIES BETWEEN INDIA AND CHINA MAKE SENSE

They are the world’s two most populous nations. They are poised to be the world’s second and third largest economies. They are the world’s biggest markets. One has grown at around 10% for 30 years. The other has grown around 6% for 20 years. And as China, the one with an average growth rate of 10%, is slowing down, India ...

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XI JINPING’S INDIA VISIT & CHUMAR STANDOFF: THANKFULLY, THE INDUCED BONHOMIE WORKED

India China bonhomie was in the air. It was in full throttle when the Chinese President was here earlier this month. And had a natural downslide after the visit. Even during the visit, yet another standoff on yet another Chinese incursion in Ladakh in Jammu & Kashmir, was in full swing. So, if the Indian hospitality in making the Chinese ...

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MEA’S UPDATED FILE SAYS JIANG ZEMIN DIDN’T VISIT INDIA

As of now, while writing this – on September 18, 2014 Owing to the checkered history of India-China bilateral ties, there have been very few state-level visits. Now with initiatives of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping, there is a sense of optimism that the process to set the relation back of track can begin now. While searching ...

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