China’s silence on peng shuai shows the limits of Beijing’s propaganda

December 1, 2021

When Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai accused a former top leader of sexual assault in November, authorities turned to a tried-and-true strategy. At home, the country’s censors scrubbed away any mention of the allegations. Abroad, a few state-affiliated journalists focused narrowly on trying to quash concerns about Pen | Read more|

Biden Invites Taiwan To Democracy Summit, China Not Included In List

November 24, 2021

Joe Biden has invited Taiwan to a virtual summit on democracy alongside more than 100 countries -- a move bound to anger China, which is not on the list. The conference was a campaign pledge by the US president, who has placed the struggle between democracies and "autocratic governments" at the heart of his foreign pol | Read more|

India, China "Going Through Bad Patch": Foreign Minister S Jaishankar

November 19, 2021

Foreign Minister S Jaishankar today said India and China are going through a "particularly bad patch" in their ties because Beijing has taken a set of actions in violation of agreements for which it still does not have a "credible explanation". He said it is for the Chinese leadership to answer where they want to take | Read more|

India Third Largest In Domestic Air Traffic In World: Aviation Minister

November 19, 2021

Union Minister for Civil Aviation Jyotiraditya Scindia has said that India's aviation industry has become the third-largest domestic aviation market in the world. According to a press release by the Ministry of Civil Aviation on Thursday, the Union Minister inaugurated a curtain raiser event about Wings India, 2022 whi | Read more|