India issues warning after China antagonises New Delhi with warships in Indian Ocean
CONFLICT between China and India has the potential to become reality after Beijing deployed “seven to eight People’s Liberation Army Navy warships in the Indian Ocean Region” according to a senior Indian Navy commander.
India toughens rules on investments from neighbours, seen aimed at China
One Eye on China, Modi Govt Tweaks FDI Policy to Curb ‘Opportunistic Takeover’ of Indian Companies
‘An entity of a country, which shares land border with India…can invest only under the Government route.’
Exclusive: India foreign investment rules aimed at China to include Hong Kong – sources
1,000 foreign firms mull production in India, 300 actively pursue plan as ‘Exit China’ mantra grows
These companies see India as an alternate manufacturing hub and have taken up their proposals across various levels of the government, including central government departments, Indian missions abroad and state industry departments
India’s new bridge in Himalayas could potentially reignite China border dispute
- The new bridge, which can bear 40 tons of weight, was built in Arunachal Pradesh in India’s remote northeast, a region claimed by China
- Relations are already strained after China accused India of blocking its companies by tightening laws for foreign investment
Pressure mounts on India to call out China for Covid as it readies to take lead role at WHO
The US and Australia want India to take a ‘firm stand’ against China for the Covid-19 crisis when it assumes the charge of WHO’s executive board by May-end.
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