Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Ahmedabad on the first leg of his three-day India visit during which trade and investment are expected to top the agenda of talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi besides other bilateral and regional issues.
Delhi Police on Wednesday detained Tibetan Youth Congress protesters who were agitating against Chinese President Xi Jinping's three-day visit to India beginning from Wednesday. They were protesting outside the Chinese Embassy here.
Ahead of his three-day sojourn to India, Chinese President Xi Jinping heaped praise on the South Asian country and underlined the significance of New Delhi-Beijing collaboration on the economic and geopolitical front.
Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives here on Wednesday afternoon on the first leg of his three-day India visit during which trade and investment are expected to top the agenda of talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi besides other bilateral and regional issues.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will spend his 64th birthday Wednesday at a private dinner with Xi Jinping in his home state of Gujarat, as the Chinese president begins a visit that will set the tone for relations between Asia`s rival superpowers.
Ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to Gujarat tomorrow, Congress on Tuesday said the Narendra Modi government should be cautious in dealing with China considering the "bad experience" in the past.
Chinese President Xi Jinping, arriving here tomorrow, will be perhaps the first head of a major foreign state to start his official India visit from Gujarat, where he will preside over signing of three MoUs and have dinner with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, reports said on Tuesday.
The stand-off in Demchok area of Ladakh continued for the 10th day on Tuesday with Chinese nomads now reported to have erected tents with the help of Chinese Army inside Indian territory to protest against an ongoing irrigation canal work.
On the eve of its President's maiden visit to India, China Tuesday advocated "oriental wisdom" to resolve the contentious boundary dispute and said with enough willingness and determination, a proper solution to the issue would be found.
The roar of the majestic Asiatic lions will be heard when Prime Minister Narendra Modi strolls with Chinese President Xi Jinping on the Sabarmati riverfront - thanks to mechanised animals that will be on display.
President Xi Jinping was Tuesday due in Sri Lanka where he will launch construction of a Chinese-backed $1.4 billion port city as he promotes his vision of a "maritime silk road" in the face of growing competition from Japan and India.