New Delhi: While acknowledging India’s trade ties with China, foreign secretary Harsh Shringla said on Wednesday that there were outstanding issues related to the military standoff in eastern Ladakh that needed to be addressed before the two countries could get back into a “normal relationship mode”. Shringla also said the government was carefully examining options related to India’s trade and investment ties with China to ensure India’s security and integrity remained intact.
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Steeling the show: Sprouts at AIIMS flyover get colourful fountain
A cascading fountain with a circumference of 90m has been built around the steel sprouts. At night, the place is lit up by LED lights in whose glow water can be seen flowing amid highlighted portions of the lawns
Woman And Her 4 Kids, All Between 3 And 11 Years, Found Dead In House
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Relocation of hawkers runs into protests by residents
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Govt to wait and watch before easing restrictions, says Jain
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Door To Door: East Corpn To Collect & Dispose Of Scrap
Private Agency Picked; Details On Rates, Timings Out Soon
Delhi govt signs two pacts to push electric vehicles in city
New Delhi: Delhi government on Wednesday signed two pacts with a central government subsidiary to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles (EV) in the national capital (Charging and battery swapping stations will come up at 14 selected depots).
Cost Of New Parl Bldg Rises 24% To ₹1,200cr
Addl Work, SC-Directed Alterations The Reasons
Health Workers Battle Many Odds As They Bring Covid Care To Your Homes
Delhi government’s field teams face a number of challenges while attending to Covid-positive citizens.
Infra Gets Big Push In ₹7.9kcr DDA Budget
Over A Third Allocated To Sub-Cities; Boost For Metro Ph-IV
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The Hottest Kitchen Tip? Freezing
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Wall Street Digs In To China
U.S. politicians are taking a tougher line on the country, but bankers say they have to be there
THE ANIMAL-HUMAN CONFLICT
RAJESH MENON is a wildlife photographer and environmental conservationist living in North India. Here he shares some ideas for solutions to the animalhuman conflicts that are apparent in all regions of the world today.
Passion and Love for Community
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Modern Vinyasa FOR THE MASSES
Teacher Calvin Corzine brings a functional yet challenging approach to yoga with an emphasis on making everyday movement easier.
CHINA'S QUEST TO TAKE TAIWAN
CHINESE OFFICIALS HAVE started directing citizens to stock up on food amid rising vegetable, egg, and pork prices. Encouraging people to become preppers could just be how the Chinese government expresses concern about cold snaps and potential future COVID-19 lockdowns. But some fear it’s a more sinister sign, indicating that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) wants people to prepare for the growing threat of war.
India Is on a Tear
Massive modernization presents opportunities for investors.
The Jail Money Trap
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Tesla Takes Its Critics to Court
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