India-China Relation Current Affairs, GK & News

Rise in India’s Bilateral Trade with China

As per Chinese government data, India’s bilateral trade with China has increased to 43.3 percent in 2021, despite India’s measures to reduce dependence on imports from China and increased emphasis on self-reliance. Key Points India’s imports from China increased to USD 97.5 billion in year 2021. In 2020, the import was USD 66.7 billion, which ..

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BRICS 2022-An Overview

The first BRICS 2022 Sherpa meeting was held recently. The two day meeting was chaired by China. China thanked India for its hosting in 2021. During the meeting the countries discussed about the agenda of 2022. Also, they created the BRICS Calendar for the year 2022. BRICS 2022 theme Foster High Quality BRICS Partnership Usher ..

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China’s construction on Pangong Tso

In the last two months, it has been observed that China is constructing a bridge connecting the north and south banks of the Pangong Lake. Highlights Construction of the bridge is taking place on the Chinese side. However, it is 25-30 km away from India’s claim of Line of Actual Control (LAC). The bridge still ..

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India’s stand in UN Global Sustainable Transport Conference

Second UN Global Sustainable Transport Conference was recently concluded, in which India strongly opposed the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and CPEC projects of China. Key Points The UN Global Sustainable Transport Conference was held between October 14 to October 16. During the conference Indian side noted that, India shares the desire of international community of ..

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India-China Border Dispute: Troops disengaged in Gogra region of Eastern Ladakh

India and China have agreed to disengage their troops in the Gogra region of eastern Ladakh. Key Facts Both sides have agreed to restore the Line of Actual Control in the area. Troop disengagement process was carried after 15 months of face-off as a result troop of both sides are back to their respective permanent ..

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Parliamentary Panel recommendations on water agreement with China

Parliamentary panel, in its report before Lok Sabha observed that, India is not having any water treaty with China. However, both the nations have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs) on Brahmaputra and Sutlej rivers. Key Points MoUs on Brahmaputra and Sutlej rivers will be in force for five years. MoUs are renewed regularly. According ..

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