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What The FAQ: What is the new border law passed by China and what does it mean for India?

After the move to rename 15 places in Arunachal Pradesh was met with strong opposition from the External Affairs Ministry, the new border law could spell further trouble for India

Published on 3rd January 2022
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What The FAQ: Is Jurassic Park finally happening? Scientists find perfectly preserved dinosaur egg

If this harks memories of the chilling scenes from the 1993 Steven Spielberg-directed blockbuster, you're probably not alone

Published on 23rd December 2021
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What happened on December 13: Humans wiped out a unique species and India's Parliament was under siege

It also happens to be the birthday of one of pop music's greatest sensations. Here's everything you need to know about these events

Published on 13th December 2021
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What the FAQ: What does the USA's boycott of Winter Olympics 2022 in Beijing mean for the world?

China has 0 cases of Omicron and a total of 1,107 active COVID cases. Last week, Chinese officials said that Omicron would "certainly bring some challenges in terms of prevention and control"

Published on 7th December 2021
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What The FAQ: What are the hypersonic missiles that China is testing? Will it change modern warfare?

The hypersonic missiles that were tested in July and August at the South China Sea have now grabbed the attention of the United States

Published on 23rd November 2021
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China directs schools in Hong Kong to sing Chinese national anthem. Here's why it's a red flag

Protests against China's policies in Hong Kong were in full swing between 2019 and 2020 before the pandemic put a break on them

Published on 22nd November 2021
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What the FAQ: China is now the richest country in the world. But what exactly does that mean?

While we might chuckle at the irony of a socialist nation earning the title of 'richest country', there are some serious issues that crop up under that statistic

Published on 18th November 2021
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Indian, Chinese students giving Australian universities a skip since March 2020, says report

Recruitment platform Adventus reported that applications to Aussie universities declined by 51 per cent after March 2020, whereas applications to Canada, the UK and the US soared by 148-422 per cent

Published on 11th November 2021
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What The FAQ: Will Xi Jinping ensure that he continues to be in charge? How does China's government work?

The cream of China's leadership at the CCP is going to meet in order to decide the future of politics in the country. Spoiler alert. It's going to remain exactly the same as the present. Here's how

Published on 9th November 2021
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Meet Wang Yaping, the first Chinese woman to walk in space. Here's what happened

China is building the space station by sending a series of space missions including the cargo craft, which docked with the Tianhe core cabin module

Published on 8th November 2021
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What happened on October 15: Kalam was born, China launched its first human space flight mission and Najeeb Ahmed went missing

Nobody would have imagined that the little boy of Rameswaram would play a key role in working for India's first Satellite Launch Vehicle (SLV)

Published on 15th October 2021
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What the FAQ: When did the India-China conflict begin and what are they fighting over? 

Diplomatic stalemates are nothing new for the worsening ties between the higher echelons of the Indian and Chinese leaderships in the last few years. But when did the strife begin?

Published on 11th October 2021
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Medical students enrolled in China struggle to get back to their universities; miss clinical practice 

Over 500 medical students from Kerala are studying at the Ningbo University in Zheijang province in China

Published on 6th October 2021
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India expresses disappointment over China's reluctance to permit stranded Indians return

Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said Beijing stands ready to maintain close communication with all parties on issues related to international travel

Published on 27th September 2021
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China rejects use of English language in educational institutions in campaign against Western influence

English is almost synonymous with China's reform and opening-up policies, which transformed an impoverished and hermetic nation into the world's second-biggest economy

Published on 12th September 2021

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