under China

The streets of Hong Kong may go quiet and Wong may vanish from front pages, but the eruption of minds is what frightens autocracies such as China

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10 Oct 2014 | BY S Prasannarajan

India can do without China envy, but it needs to make use of democracy with more vigour. And that is what India expects from Prime Minister Modi

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19 Jun 2014 | BY S Prasannarajan

The perils of getting carried away with high-pitched rhetoric against China

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2 May 2013 | BY Amit Baruah

The arrest of a couple of corporate executives exposes a global racket

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3 Dec 2012 | BY Sabrina Buckwalter

Mo Yan is the Chinese writer’s pen name and means ‘do not speak’

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18 Oct 2012

A newly erected shrine in Nangchen and the transformation of a Buddhist part of China seen to be beyond the Dalai Lama’s influence

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22 Aug 2012 | BY Aanchal Bansal

Writer Martin Jacques sounds a wake-up call for India: engage China or prepare to endure its hegemony

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19 Aug 2012 | BY Suhit Kelkar

China’s censors blocked internet access to the terms ‘six four’, ‘23’, ‘candle’ and ‘never forget

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10 Jun 2012

China’s record on keeping its inflation under control has been quite remarkable of late. What could possibly explain this?

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19 Mar 2012 | BY Shailendra Tyagi

India is gung-ho about public-private partnerships, but neither the Centre nor private sector is having it easy raising funds.

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19 Feb 2012 | BY Shailendra Tyagi
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