The issue of backlog in issuance of visas to US worries thousands of Indians who are waiting for a consular interview, putting their plans for studies and visiting their loved ones at risk
China military coup rumour: Purges of senior officials and unfounded rumours of military coups in Beijing have fed into feverish speculation ahead of a key meeting of China’s ruling party next month, when President Xi Jinping is expected to be granted an unprecedented third term.
China Coup Rumours and Xi Jinping’s house arrest: This time around, massive rumours of political turmoil in the Communist nation are making rounds on social media. The rumours have been started – and are being corroborated by the Chinese nationals themselves.
The US-China differences over the Taiwan issue in recent months have escalated after US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Taipei, becoming the first top American official to visit the self-ruled island in 25 years
hina is taking full advantage of the Russia-Ukraine crisis to warn the US of its threats.
In view of the fresh Covid-19 outbreak, Beijing has asked residents to stay put during the upcoming Mid-Autumn festival holiday on Saturday.
The Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying tried to pass off an old tested method of traffic congestion as a new Chinese infrastructural feat
China, which claims Taiwan as its own territory against the strong objections of the democratically-elected government in Taipei, launched military drills near the island after US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi came in early August
China blocked a bid by India to designate Abdul Rauf Asghar, one of the masterminds of the 1998 IC 814 hijacking, as a global terrorist. Asghar, brother of Pakistan-based JeM terrorist Masood Azhar, is accused of masterminding a number of terror attacks.
Pelosi defended her trip to Taiwan as “absolutely” worth it and said the US cannot allow China to isolate the self-governing island