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China has said that positive effects of the second informal summit between President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi are gradually showing and it is keen to promote defence and security cooperation with India for regional peace and stability.

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China plans to scale up its defence cooperation with its “all-weather” ally Pakistan to co-produce ballistic missiles, in an apparent retaliation to India developing the nuclear-capable Agni V missile that has a range of over 5,000 km covering whole of China.

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Like the F-16, the J-10 boasts a highly agile, aerodynamically unstable airframe which is stabilized by a computer in its fly-by-wire flight control system.

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China has announced that its scientific researchers must get permission before working in foreign waters, signalling a willingness to follow international sea law weeks after a Chinese research ship was expelled by India.

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China has stepped up its programme to train fighter pilots for the newly developed fighter jet J-15 and sail and command warships, a move that aims to create more capable commanding officers for aircraft carriers.

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China's defense budget has grown 850 per cent in the last 20 years from $20 billion to $170 billion in 2018, a top Pentagon official told lawmakers on Thursday.

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A 139-strong contingent of the China’s People’s Liberation Army arrived here on Friday for the joint military exercise with India, officials said.

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China on Friday said its research ship sailed through India's Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) near Andaman Islands in September, but it did not conduct any experiment.

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Chinese infrastructure projects under its One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiatives in Central Asia, Pakistan and Myanmar are projected to lose money due to underutilisation and could potentially cause more harm than good, a prominent US think-tank said in a report on Thursday.

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Two of India’s traditional foes, China and Pakistan are all geared-up to conduct month-long joint military drills to enhance collaboration between their armies. The drills between the two nations is also aimed at counter-terrorism and protect the vital CPEC Project.

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The Indian Navy recently drove away a suspicious Chinese vessel from Indian waters near Port Blair. The Chinese vessel named Shi Yan 1 was detected by a maritime surveillance aircraft of the Indian Navy when the vessel was supposedly carrying out research activities in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR) near Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

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The Indian Coast Guard pressed the panic button recently after they intercepted radio signals from mysterious 'Chinese' vessels in Indian waters.

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The Chinese navy is moving ahead with plans to build another aircraft carrier, but plans for a fifth have been put on hold for now, according to military insiders.

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China has overtaken the United States as the country with the most diplomatic posts across the world, even as India, the world’s second-most populous country, languishes at 12th place in the diplomatic sweepstakes, according to new data from an Australian think tank.

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Spying, meddling and even torture allegations are riling China’s relations with some of the world’s top democracies just as Beijing seeks to convince nations that its 5G technology can be trusted.

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