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Thousands of missing children kidnapped from India's railway network annually

Aug 5, 2017

The abduction of children from India's extensive railway network has been a chronic sensitive issue, showing little sign of receding in recent years, the Guardian reported on Sunday. The number of children abducted from the Kolkata's Sealdah railway station in eastern India, one of the busiest railway stations in India, was the highest nationw...

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India is publicly challenging a country that is far superior in strength: China

Aug 5, 2017

The Chinese foreign and defense ministries have released statements on the illegal trespass of Indian troops into Chinese territory, vowing to take all necessary measures to make India withdraw its troops unconditionally. China's stance has always been clear, which is that the standoff is taking place in Chinese territory, as the border was cl...

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One third of global child marriages take place in India

Aug 5, 2017

India accounts for about 33 percent of the world's child marriages, with nearly 103 million Indians married under the age of 18, Indian local media reported on Monday.A significant 83 percent of the 103 million child marriages were of girl children, with the number reaching 85 million, according to a report released by the non-profit organization A...

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China says: Time for a second lesson for forgetful India

Jul 25, 2017

The public's patience is running short with India's Doklam transgression. Nothing can stand in the way of China's and Chinese people's dignity. No government in the world can stand still doing nothing while its borders are being violated. As India continues down this intransigent path, perhaps it is time that it be taught a second lesson. Thei...

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‘Anti-Chinese’ sentiment in Australia could hurt ties: expert

Jul 18, 2017

"Anti-Chinese" sentiment in Australia is likely to hurt bilateral relations, a Chinese expert said, after Australian police vowed to investigate alleged racist posters aimed at Chinese people. Posters that showing Chinese people holding a knife and a fork, grinning in front of an Australian map in the form of a slab of steak, were seen around ...

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Nepal set to escape reliance on inadequate Indian Internet as Chinese option arrives

Jul 13, 2017

Internet services from China will reportedly soon be available in Nepal, ending India's bandwidth supply monopoly in the country. This is set to be a great boon to the South Asian country, which is still rebuilding its shattered economy and infrastructure after a devastating earthquake in 2015."Nepal will be connected with the Chinese Internet from...

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India: A country held back by weak infrastructure, trade mechanism

Jul 13, 2017

  The chances of India emerging as the next "world factory" after China in the coming decade are slim, due to its backward infrastructure, globally uncompetitive trade mechanism and the changing technological environment, experts said on Wednesday.The comments came after reports that an increasing number of Chinese mechanical and electronic e...

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दार्जिलिङमा भारतीय सुरक्षाकर्मीको ब्यापक दमन: दुईको मृत्यु

Jul 8, 2017

असार २४, २०७४- नेपाली भाषी भारतीय बहुल पश्चिम बंगालको दार्जिलिङमा फेरि तनाव बढेको छ । सुरक्षाकर्मीको गोलीबाट दुई युवाको मृत्यु भएपछ...

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India will suffer worse losses than 1962 if it incites border clash

Jul 7, 2017

The face-off between Chinese and Indian troops in the Sikkim section of the Sino-Indian border seems to be escalating. The Indian military was quoted by Indian media as saying that more troops have been deployed there in a non-combative mode. Indian Defense Minister Arun Jaitley claimed that the India of 2017 is different from the India of 1962. Ch...

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China outbound investments shift from energy to technology

Jul 7, 2017

As China's economy shifts away from producer model to one driven increasingly by household consumption, its appetite for foreign acquisitions changed too. Brand and technology rather than energy and commodity are now more favored by China's outbound investments. Chinese companies have been buying up natural resources over the last decade, pour...

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