'Sino-India efforts to address border issue example for Japan'

Praising India and China's efforts to address the vexed boundary dispute, Chinese media here on Tuesday said Japan and countries involved in the South China Sea dispute should learn from them by improving ties with Beijing while addressing the maritime disputes.

Rajnath Singh warns China over incursions

Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said that China has illegally occupied Aksai Chin in Ladakh and incursions by Chinese troops don't augur well for maintaining cordial ties.

No outside arbitration to resolve Sino-India border row: PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday rejected any need for outside arbitration to resolve the vexed issue of India's boundary dispute with China, saying the two countries are competent to find a solution through talks.

Will Modi-Jinping talks resolve China-India border dispute?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised the issue of Chinese incursions in the border with India, will the 64 year old Border Dispute be resolved?

Will Modi-Jinping talks resolve China-India border dispute?-Part 2

Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised the issue of Chinese incursions in the border with India, will the 64 year old border dispute be resolved?

China's Xi Jinping begins India visit despite border tension

Chinese President Xi Jinping is on a three-day visit to India. And for the first time, it is not New Delhi but Gujarat that will host the head of a state. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has already arrived in Ahmedabad, and preparations are on in full swing.

Now, a movie on Sino-Indian problems

Debutant director Surendra Dubey is all set to direct a film on
Sino-Indian tensions. Shooting will start by the end of the year.

Sino-India border talks on June 28: Antony to visit early July

The 16th round of India-China border talks will be held here on June 28 followed by the visit of Antony a week later as the two countries are set to resume top level contacts to build on the recent visit of the Chinese Premier.

Sino-Indian border is calm: Bikram Singh

Indian Army chief General Bikram Singh Sunday said "peace and tranquility" now prevails on the Sino-Indian border.

Sino-India contacts set to resume post-transition in CPC

As China`s ruling CPC appointed `fifth generation` leaders headed by Xi Jinping, high-level Sino-India contacts are set to resume this month starting with the Strategic Economic Dialogue.

Chinese Defence Minister arrives on a five-day visit

China`s Defence Minister Gen Liang Guanglie on Sunday commenced a five-day visit to India.

‘Package solution for Sino-India boundary issue’

China said it would like to work with India to build up consensus in order to settle the problem at an early date.

`Border issues should not affect Sino-India ties`

China on Thursday said New Delhi and Beijing should make efforts to seek "equitable and reasonable" resolution to the problem through dialogue.

`Sino-India growth due to the six-decade peace in Asia`

The extraordinary growth of Asian giants India and China in the past few decades has been mainly due to the 60 years of relative peace and stability in Asia, a top Pentagon official has said.

`New mechanism for coordination on Sino-India border affairs`

Wen termed the boundary issue between the two countries
as an "historical legacy" and said it would not be easy to
completely resolve the matter.

“Improved’ Sino-India ties not a threat for Pakistan: Gilani

Pak PM has said that there is no comparison between Pak-China ‘time-tested’ relations and the Sino-India bilateral ties.

‘Singh-Wen meet positive for ties’

The meeting, reports in Chinese media said, sent a positive note ahead of Jiabao`s visit to India.

Sino-Indian war records `top secret`, says Govt

The government on Monday refused
to make public an Army study on the 1962 war debacle with
China, saying the internal report was "top secret" and
"extremely sensitive".

`Sino-India joint development conducive to peace in region`

External Affairs Minister SM Krishna Thursday said it would like to enlarge the scope of ties with India and contended that joint development of the two countries would be conducive to regional peace and stability.

India, China refusing to accept deported nationals: US lawmaker

Accusing India along with China, Iran and four other countries of refusing to take back their nationals who were deported from the US.