42nd ASEAN Summit

ASEAN must change or face irrelevance

ASEAN remains ill-equipped to handle the fallout from the tensions in the South China Sea or the potentiality of a full-blown Taiwanese conflict.

Strategic significance of the 6th Indian Ocean Conference in Bangladesh

Against this backdrop, India has been promoting the idea of ‘net security provider’ in South Asia and the Indian Ocean Region (IOR). 

China's ethnocide and the transborder implications of the Uyghur Muslim unrest

Following the attack on a mosque in Kunduz, Afghanistan on October 8, 2021, ISK confirmed the recruitment and mobilization of Uyghur fighters. This was the first time that the alliance between IS-K and Uyghurs was affirmed by IS-K on media platforms.

India making rapid strides in military modernisation - but still far to go

But New Delhi must not be complacent, because a lot more needs to be done in acquisitions and modernisation to match the much larger and more sophisticated Chinese arsenal and to raise India’s politico-diplomatic assertiveness against Beijing's muscle-flexing.

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COVID-19: China should not be allowed to lift lockdown in hotspots

It is now recognized all over the world that COVID-19 originated from the Wuhan region in China and China did not forewarn the world at the right time about what is now known as the China virus disaster

Air India may fly in medical equipment from China starting April 3

Air India is likely to transport critical medical equipment and supplies from China starting April 3

China gives anti-corona medical aid

The Chinese government has provided medical aid to Nepal government on Sunday to combat the novel coronavirus

Nepal to get medicines, kits from China

Nepal's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) has said that necessary medicines required for the control of coronavirus infection will arrive in Nepal on Saturday

Bangladeshi doctor rallies organisations from China to send PPEs to Bangladesh

A Bangladeshi doctor in Fuwai Hospital--Dr Misbahul Ferdous--together with three organisations in China are sending PPEs to Bangladeshi doctors

China asks Pakistan to open border for medical supplies

China has asked Pakistan to open the border between the two countries for one day on Friday so that medical supplies to combat the novel coronavirus could be transported, a media report said

China offers to help India fight coronavirus pandemic

China has thanked India for its support in the fight against Covid-19 and offered to help contain the pandemic in the country

No coronavirus case was imported from China: Pakistan PM

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said that homegrown cases of the novel coronavirus in Pakistan and not a single case was imported from China

An international tribunal should judge China for 'biological warfare'

The notion that COVID-19 originated outside China has no scientific evidence to support Beijing’s theory, but the WHO, instead of nailing China for the global COVID-19 outbreak caused by its biowarfare experiment going horribly wrong is busy wagging its tail like an obedient puppy – merely calling it a pandemic because China is the second-largest donor to the WHO, writes Lt Gen P. C. Katoch (retd) for South Asia Monitor

Covid-19: Has China failed the world?

US President Donald Trump has been repeatedly accusing China of not informing the world adequately and in time about the seriousness of the Coronavirus outbreak in China, which has caught several countries unaware

No new COVID-19 cases in Wuhan for 5 days

Wuhan, the Chinese city where the coronavirus pandemic originated last December, on Monday marked its fifth consecutive day of no new confirmed or suspected cases, a health official said

China hopes for Pakistan’s win in war against COVID-19

Amid a sharp surge in nationwide tally of COVID-19 patients, China has reassured Pakistan of full support in the fight against the coronavirus while praising the country’s top civil and military leaders for standing with the Chinese people in their hour of need

Bangladesh bringing coronavirus test kits, PPEs from China

China had readied 10,000 kits and as many PPEs at the request of Bangladesh, Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said

China diverts Beijing-bound international flights

China has begun diverting Beijing-bound international flights amid an increase in imported coronavirus cases in the capital city

'Pakistan's trade with China won't stop'

Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that the country's bilateral trade with China will not stop amid the coronavirus pandemic


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