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China Crushes Indian Arrogance & Pride

The aggressive posturing by the Indian Government and media has gradually fizzled out and replaced by reconciliatory gestures of peace after the Chinese simply walked into Indian territory and scared the Indian army to retreat and take refuge in their bunkers. The Chinese army in just an early morning walk …

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China unlikely to back down in Ladakh in dispute with India

ISLAMABAD -UNS : New Delhi experts have estimated that China has entered 60 square kilometres into Indian-patrolled territory in last month’s action in Ladakh, while the advancing posturing of Chinese troops is still intact. A senior Indian military analyst has revealed that the Indian Army headquarters in New Delhi was …

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Wuhan tests nearly 10 million people, finds only 300 infections

BEIJING -UNS/AFP – China tested almost 10 million people for coronavirus in just over two weeks in Wuhan, the city where the pandemic began, officials said Tuesday, reporting only a few hundred positive cases. Chinese authorities claim to have largely brought the virus under control but Wuhan officials — wary …

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Indian Army Escalating Tension – Asking for Trouble

India is a nation that has territorial disputes with almost all its neighbors with the exception of Bhutan and Sikkim – the two docile states were absorbed into Indian domain by coercion. Nepal, China, Pakistan , Burma all states are still waiting for India to end its jingoistic policies and …

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India-China standoff intensifies at eastern Laddakh with troop buildup

The standoff between India and China at the disputed eastern Laddakh border area intensified with Indian media reports claiming both sides are increasing their troops in the area. As per a report by ThePrint, Beijing has also beefed up its security on its side of the Line of Actual Control …

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China says US pushing ties to brink of ´Cold War´ over coronavirus pandemic

BEIJING -UNS : China said Sunday that its relations with the United States were “on the brink of a new Cold War,” fuelled partly by tensions over the coronavirus pandemic that has killed nearly 350,000 people worldwide and pitched the global economy into a massive downturn. Fresh tensions between Beijing …

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Alice Wells blunders again – gets snubbed

Alice Wells, the outgoing Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs, while ending her 30 years diplomatic career spewed out baseless statements about Sino-Pakistan relations particularly the CPEC projects. This is not the first time that a senior US diplomat has tried to tarnish and …

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Trump blames Chinese ‘incompetence’ for ‘mass Worldwide killing’

WASHINGTON (AFP) – US President Donald Trump again lashed out at China Wednesday over the coronavirus pandemic, blaming Beijing for “mass Worldwide killing.” The early morning tweet, which also referred to an unidentified “wacko in China,” was the latest heated rhetoric from the White House, where Trump is making attacks …

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Senate passes unanimous resolution appreciating China for support in Coronavirus crisis

ISLAMABAD -UNS- The Senate passed a unanimous resolution expressing deep appreciation to China for its strong support and timely assistance to Pakistan during the current Coronavirus crisis. The resolution, moved by leader of the Opposition Raja Zafar-ul-Haq, said China’s support has helped Pakistan to combat COVID-19 by protecting our people, …

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Evidence ties China lab to virus, threatens tariffs: Trump

WASHINGTON -UNS/AFP – US President Donald Trump on Thursday threatened China with fresh tariffs as he stepped up his attacks on Beijing over the coronavirus crisis, saying he had seen evidence linking a Wuhan lab to the contagion. The diatribe from the Republican incumbent came as data showed the United …

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