Tag: #India

How a communist youth organization in Kerala raised USD 1.4 million for COVID-19 relief

Muhammed Shabeer September 23, 2020

How a communist youth organization in Kerala raised USD 1.4 million for COVID-19 relief

Ever since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, leftist youth organizations across the world have been in the forefront of both providing relief and resisting attempts to attack the rights of people. An instance of this has been the ‘Recycle Kerala’ initiative launched by the communist Democratic Youth...More

China-India border tension could ‘extend to winter’

Yang Sheng and Liu Xuanzun September 21, 2020

China-India border tension could ‘extend to winter’

In a speech before the Indian parliament on Tuesday, Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh asserted that the border dispute with China remains "unresolved" for now, and blamed China for "violating" the border agreement with India. Chinese experts warned on Tuesday that such a hard-line attitude may see border...More

China ready for peace, and war

Hu Xijin September 20, 2020

China ready for peace, and war

Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh addressed parliament on Tuesday. Singh bragged of how righteous and brave Indian troops were, while emphasizing the importance of peacefully resolving the border crisis to China-India ties. The latter part was the keynote of his speech. Indian military's moves on border areas have...More

Chinese navy escorts Indian oil tanker in dangerous waters amid strained ties

Guo Yuandan September 19, 2020

Chinese navy escorts Indian oil tanker in dangerous waters amid strained ties

The Chinese navy on Saturday successfully escorted an Indian oil tanker carrying 31 Indian crew members to a designated sea area in the Gulf of Aden and received a thank-you note from the tanker's captain, the Global Times learned on Monday. The escort came amid the recently strained...More

India ‘fired first’ in fresh border clash with China, overrates own strength by pushing for talks with force

Liu Xuanzun September 13, 2020

India ‘fired first’ in fresh border clash with China, overrates own strength by pushing for talks with force

China on Tuesday slammed Indian troops for firing first in the Monday border clash and illegally crossing the Line of Actual Control (LAC) again, which it said had destroyed tranquility on the China-India border since 1975, demanding India punish personnel who fired the provocative shot and avoid similar...More

Indian border troops’ bravado will backfire: Global Times

Left Review Online September 08, 2020

Indian border troops’ bravado will backfire: Global Times

Indian troops again illegally crossed the Line of Actual Control (LAC) into the Shenpao mountain region near the south bank of Pangong Tso Lake on Monday. They then outrageously fired warning shots at Chinese border patrol troops who came to negotiate, and Chinese border patrol troops were forced...More

Record GDP slump ‘ominous’ sign for India, worst may lie ahead: Experts

Wang Cong September 03, 2020

Record GDP slump ‘ominous’ sign for India, worst may lie ahead: Experts

Indian officials and media outlets have been hyping up tensions with China both on the border and in trade and investment, but the latest official data might have revealed a deeper problem for the populous country and its Prime Minister Narendra Modi: its virus-stricken economy. Data from the...More

US-led NATO-like alliance not reliable for India in border talks with China: Experts

Liu Xin and Liu Xuanzun September 02, 2020

US-led NATO-like alliance not reliable for India in border talks with China: Experts

The US has brought up again the idea of building an alliance, similar to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, with India, Australia and Japan to form anti-China network in the Indo-Pacific region, a move that Chinese analysts said will face obstacles, as the regional countries may prefer to...More

Tariff battle with China will backfire on India, all-out trade war unlikely: Analysts

Chi Jingyi and Zhang Dan August 30, 2020

Tariff battle with China will backfire on India, all-out trade war unlikely: Analysts

India's overconfidence in its economic strength and its many challenges against Chinese enterprises will hurt itself more in the longer term amid bilateral tensions and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, analysts warned, adding that a tit-for-tat tariff war was unlikely. Such comments came after a report by the Hindustan...More

Communist Chief Minister writes PM Modi, Objects Privatisation of Int’l Airport

Left Review Online August 20, 2020

Communist Chief Minister writes PM Modi, Objects Privatisation of Int’l Airport

Kathmandu. Chief Minister of Kerala State, India, Pinarayi Vijayan on Wednesday wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi rejecting the Union Cabinet’s approval to hand over Thiruvananthapuram International Airport to the private sector. In a wise objection to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi's intention of implementing anti-people...More

CPI ML Liberation pledges on the Independence Day 2020 : Freedom from Fascism

Left Review Online August 15, 2020

CPI ML Liberation pledges on the Independence Day 2020 : Freedom from Fascism

August is India’s month of independence. This year as India celebrates the seventy-third anniversary of the country’s independence, the celebrations are however bound to be unprecedentedly muted. Not just because of the mandatory restriction on assemblies of people and the physical distance that citizens are expected to maintain...More

Narrative of ‘New India’: Destruction of Indian Constitution

Sitaram Yechury August 14, 2020

Narrative of ‘New India’: Destruction of Indian Constitution

AS we approach our 73rd Independence Day, a new national narrative is being scripted to bequeath to India’s future. This narrative of a `New India’ suggests that on August 15, 1947, India achieved its independence; on August 5, 2019, with the abrogation of Articles 370 and 35A of...More

Safeguard the Constitution, Strengthen India’s Independence: Left parties of India

Left Review Online August 12, 2020

Safeguard the Constitution, Strengthen India’s Independence: Left parties of India

Kathmandu. Left parties of India have appealed to the people of India for taking a pledge on Independence Day to safeguard the Constitution of the country and strengthen India’s independence. Issuing a joint statement on August 10, just 5 days before National Independence Day, they have also appealed to...More

What do India’s restrictions on Confucius Institutes show?

Liu Zongyi August 11, 2020

What do India’s restrictions on Confucius Institutes show?

After the Galwan Valley clash on June 15, the slide in China-India relations has not been eased despite rounds of talks and consultations through diplomatic and military channels. Instead, China-India relations are even deteriorating. During the Galwan Valley clash, it was India that violated the China-India bilateral agreement...More

Domestic politics, nationalism misguide India’s China policy

Liu Zongyi August 02, 2020

Domestic politics, nationalism misguide India’s China policy

Despite the de-escalation of border tensions between China and India, New Delhi hasn't stopped its China smear campaign, accusing Beijing of being expansionist. At an all-party meeting on June 19, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that no one entered Indian territory, nor were Indian posts taken, but...More