The Economic Times

Who should be afraid of the Belt and Road? China

As a line on a map, Malaysia’s East Coast Rail Link makes sense. Slashing diagonally across the peninsula from Port Klang at one end to the port of Kuantan and towns north at the other, the project looks well-situated to encourage travel and commerce, and ...

Will work closely for early conclusion of RCEP talks: Suresh Prabhu

India today said it will work “closely and constructively” with all the members of RCEP for early conclusion of the negotiations for a mega trade deal. []To promote investments, the government had created a project development fund (PDF) to facilitate Indian investment in four countries of ...

The Economic Times Reporter

Dalai Lama wants Tibetans to imbibe ancient Indian wisdom

Asserting that India was the only nation to integrate material development with the inner world, the Dalai Lama on Sunday advised Tibetans to imbibe ancient Indian wisdom as well as environmental protection.[]”It is the moral duty of the Tibetans to preserve the fragile ecology of ...


Government, Asean in talks to take IMT highway up to Vietnam

The government is in talks with Asean countries to extend the India-Myanmar-Thailand (IMT) highway up to Vietnam, a senior official said today. India and Asean countries are holding consultations on the extension of the 1,360 km IMT highway — from Moreh in India to Mae-Sot ...


Natural calamities in Asia, Pacific threat to infra: ADB

Asia and Pacific countries, including India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, need to thwart challenges posed by natural calamities that have been taking toll on their infrastructure, ADB has said.They will have to find solution in greener infrastructure to restrict global mean temperature rise, it said.Shattered ...

China downplays reports of sharing river waters with India

Playing down official media reports mooting a mechanism to share Brahmaputra river waters with India, China on October 10 said Beijing and New Delhi have “effective” cooperation to share data of the river flow and it is willing to continue it. “China and India have appropriate ...

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