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World  /  Published 17.06.22

China launches 3rd aircraft carrier

China on Friday launched its third aircraft carrier, the country's most advanced as well as the first fully domestically built naval vessel, as Beijing sought to extend the range of its navy in th...
By K J M Varma in Beijing

Opinion  /  Published 08.04.22

China's new normal

From showing tourists around historic sights to plucking tea leaves — that is the destruction Covid-19 has wrought among sections of China’s workforce. With tourists reluctant to risk trav...
By Neha Sahay

Opinion  /  Published 17.03.22

Big nation, bigger leader

Pursuit of aggressive power by China appears unremitting, especially under the current Chinese dispensation led by President Xi Jinping. The Chinese president’s immediate predecessors believed C...
By Ranajoy Sen

Opinion  /  Published 23.11.21

Letters to the Editor: Afghanistan's food crisis is fuelling illegal trades

Easy choice Sir — Soon after seizing power in Afghanistan, the Taliban had asked farmers to stop cultivating opium poppies. However, recent reports suggest that farmers are increasingly taking ...
By The Telegraph

Opinion  /  Published 17.11.21

Leg-up: China

For the past four decades, the Chinese communist party has followed the principle of ‘collective leadership’. The country’s top political body, the seven-member Politburo Standing Co...
By The Editorial Board


Opinion  /  Published 05.11.21

Face the dragon

There is a pattern in the Chinese approach towards Taiwan — denying the legitimacy of the latter’s existence, reinforcing the principle of ‘One China’, and the constant propaga...
By Pranay Kumar Shome

World  /  Published 23.10.21

China pianist held on ‘prostitution charge’

A prominent Chinese pianist, Li Yundi, has been detained on prostitution suspicion in Beijing, state-run news outlets in China reported on Thursday. Li, 39, who had gained celebrity status in China a...
By Javier C. Hernández in London

Opinion  /  Published 14.10.21

Deadlocked: India-China

Beijing is turning out to be the proverbial ‘Voldemort’ in Narendra Modi’s book on strategic engagement. The Indian prime minister is yet to take China’s name explicitly even t...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 09.10.21

Meet the real 007: A believable Bond

Spies, real or imagined, belong to the twilight zone. Furtive or ambiguous at best, their shadowy self is their greatest weapon to avoid detection. Some of the greatest flesh-and-blood spies of the wo...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 06.09.21

China Diary: Old anger for Japan

China has 1.01 billion netizens in a population of 1.43 billion people. Their clout can be enormous, or negligible, depending on how the Communist Party of China perceives it. Last week, the authorit...
By Neha Sahay


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