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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's maiden visit to India symbolises the rising significance of New Delhi as the two Asian giants seek to overcome a chequered past and border tensions to broaden strategic ties and boost bilateral trade. Premier Li arrives in India on Sunday on his first foreign trip since assuming office. He would also visit Pakistan, Germany and Switzerland during the week-long ...
North Korea launched three short-range guided missiles into the sea off the Korean Peninsula's east coast Saturday, South Korea's semi-official news agency Yonhap cited the South Korean Defense Ministry as ...
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Burma ’s president to ask tough questions about the slowing pace of human rights reforms and insist on implementation of past commitments, Human Rights Watch said today. President Barack Obama is hosting a visit to Washington, DC, by Burma’s president Thein Sein on May 20-21, 2013. Six months after Obama’s visit to Burma, key pledges by the Burmese government remain ...
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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's maiden visit to India symbolises the rising significance of New Delhi as the two Asian giants seek to overcome a chequered past and border tensions to broaden strategic ties and boost bilateral trade.
Premier Li arrives in India on Sunday on his first foreign trip since assuming office. He would also visit Pakistan, Germany and Switzerland during the week-long foray.
China and India, despite both being founding members of the BRICS group of developing nations and having increasingly close economic relations, have long looked with suspicion at each other following a brief border war in 1962, which China won.
Both countries were involved in a renewed border standoff on the icy Himalayan mountains which calmed down this month after India agreed to a Chinese demand to demolish a remote army position, a topic discussed when India's foreign minister visited China last week.
Both sides tried to play down the flare up and have signalled their desire to make progress on the border dispute.
China says the resolution of the border dispute with India showed the two countries' commitment to their relations while New Delhi has asserted that the boundary dispute should be pursued by both countries as a strategic objective. ...
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- Russian cruise missiles sent to Syria
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- Report N Korea fires short-range missiles
- Strong 6.1-magnitude earthquake strikes off Japan coast