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RIC Meeting: India, China, Russia Reminds Afghanistan To Create Inclusive Government

Nov 26, 2021 Seema Guha

The meeting between three Eurasian powers India, China and Russia reminded the Taliban to not allow terrorist groups to function from Afghan soil.

Chinese Construction Site In Serbia Using 'Slave Labor'

Nov 25, 2021 Deutsche Welle

Around 500 Vietnamese workers are building the first Chinese tire factory in Europe. Activists say their working conditions are inhumane: no money, no passports, no hot water. The Serbian government rejects the claims.


Xinjiang Footage Sheds New Light On Uyghur Detention Camps

A YouTube video of Xinjiang detention facilities has rekindled concern over China's crackdown on ethnic minorities. Researchers say the videos offer new evidence, but many fear for the vlogger's safety.

US' Antony Blinken Takes Aim At Russia, China At End Of West Africa Trip

Nov 21, 2021 Deutsche Welle

While touring West Africa, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken criticized the Russian mercenary group Wagner for its role in Mali and took a shot at China's investment conditions.


China Coast Guard Blocks Philippine Boats, Uses Water Cannon Against Them

It was the latest flare-up in the long-simmering territorial disputes in the strategic waterway, where China, the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan have overlapping claims.

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17 November, 2021

FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers: Australia Stumble, Draw 1-1 With China

Associated Press (AP)

Australia, seeking a fifth successive World Cup appearance, fell to third place with 11 points from six games in Group B, one point behind Japan. Saudi Arabia is the leader with 16 points and are on course to clinch their sixth berth.


16 November, 2021

China Surpasses USA In Wealth Gain Says: McKinsey & Co Report

Outlook Money Team

China accounted for 50 percent of the global growth in net worth, while US accounted for 22 percent.


15 November, 2021

Covid-19: Fresh Outbreak Prompts China To Lock Down 1,500 University Students

Associated Press (AP)

The several dozen cases were reported at Zhuanghe University City and hundreds of students were transferred to hotels for observation.


15 November, 2021

Joe Biden, Xi Jinping To Hold Their First Presidential Meeting Today

Associated Press (AP)

Monday's meeting — the two leaders' third engagement since Biden became president — comes amid mounting tensions in the U.S.-China relationship.


14 November, 2021

US, China Trade Taiwan Warnings Ahead Of Biden-Xi Summit

Deutsche Welle

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken spoke to his Chinese counterpart amid rising international concern over Beijing's recent military incursions into Taiwan's air defense zone.


14 November, 2021

Countries Adopt New Climate Deal With Coal Compromise

Associated Press (AP)

Before India succeeded in getting the change made, nation after nation talked about the final provisions not going far or fast enough but a compromise was better than nothing.


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13 November, 2021

Iran: President Raisi's Hard-Line Government Stalling On Progress

Deutsche Welle

President Ebrahim Raisi took office 100 days ago, promising Iranians 'peace and prosperity'. However, can reform succeed under conservative hard-liners loyal to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei?


12 November, 2021

Dalai Lama Says Would Stay In India’s Dharamshala For Entire Life

Ashwani Sharma

The Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama said he has no plans to return to Tibet, since there was complete freedom for him in India.


12 November, 2021

Pakistan Has Played ‘Disruptive And Destabilising’ Role In Afghanistan: Report

Outlook Web Desk

The report on Afghanistan by Congressional Research Service, says Pakistan has provided active and passive support to Taliban.


11 November, 2021

Hong Kong's New M+ Museum Accused Of Censorship

Deutsche Welle

As the M+ museum in Hong Kong opens, it is criticized for giving in to pressure from Beijing. It will not exhibit certain works by dissident artist Ai Weiwei.


11 November, 2021

China Warns Of Return To Cold War Tensions

Deutsche Welle

Chinese President Xi Jinping said all countries in the Asia-Pacific must work together on joint challenges rather than relapse into a Cold War mentality, as tensions between China and the US grow over Taiwan.


11 November, 2021

Pakistan Foreign Minister Warns International Community Of Isolating Afghanistan

Outlook Web Desk

Shah Mehmood Qureshi said Taliban were interested in having communication with the world, so that their government is recognised.


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09 November, 2021

APEC leaders meeting to chart path forward from pandemic

Associated Press (AP)

Joe Biden, Xi Jinping and other APEC leaders will have a virtual meeting this week to chart a path to recovery out of the crisis brought on by the pandemic


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Leader of Opposition in Uttarakhand Assembly Pritam Singh during a protest near the State Secretariat against the Devasthanam Act, in Dehradun.

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Indian Player Mayank Agarwal plays a shot during third day of the first Test cricket match between India and New Zealand, at Green Park stadium in Kanpur.

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MP & Bollywood actor Sunny Deol with his son Karan Deol (L) during Karan's birthday celebrations, at Sunny Super Sound studio in Mumbai.

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Sharad Agarwal, Head, Lamborghini India flags off a convoy of over 50 Lamborghinis as part of the Lamborghini Espierenza Giro India 2021, at Manesar in Gurugram.

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Lok Janshakti Party (Ramvilas) President Chirag Paswan inspects Bapu Auditorium for preparation of his party foundation day function, in Patna.

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