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China chides Japan for backing India on Doklam
BEIJING, Aug 18 (Agencies): China on Friday told Japan not to make "random" comments on the Sino-Indian border stand-off even if it wants to support New Delhi. Japan has rallied behind India over the dragging feud at Doklam, with its envoy Kenji Hiramatsu saying that the region is disputed and Tokyo understands why New Delhi got embroiled in it. "I have seen the Japanese Ambassador in India really wants to support India. I want to remind him not to randomly make comments before clarifying relevant facts," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said. She rebutted Hiramatsu who said that Doklam, on the Sikkim section of the India-China border, was disputed and no country should change the status quo by using force. "In the Donglang (Doklam) area, there is no territorial disp...
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Pak disappointed with US move to blacklist HM, calls it 'unjustified'
ISLAMABAD, Aug 18 (Agencies): Disappointed with the United States decision to designate Hizbul Mujahideen as a foreign terrorist organisation, Pakistan called the move 'unjustified', the Pakistan Foreign Office said on Wednesday. The US on Wednesday designated the Hizbul Mujahideen as a foreign terrorist group, nearly two months after declaring its Pakistan-based chief Syed Salahuddin as a global terrorist. "Declaring organisations or groups supporting freedom struggle in Kashmir as terrorist outfits is completely unjustified," Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said during his weekly press conference in Islamabad. He said the US decision did not take into account "the 70-year struggle of Kashmiris." "We are disappointed (with the US decision) in view of the fact that Kashmir ...
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Peace with North Korea a 'possibility': Top US general
Beijing, Aug 17 (Agencies): Peace with North Korea is a "possibility", America`s most senior uniformed officer said Thursday, but warned the US has "credible, viable military options" for dealing with the errant regime. General Joe Dunford, the chairman of the US joint chiefs of staff, also told reporters during his visit to Beijing that the US has no plans to "dial back" military exercises with South Korea, which have angered both China and North Korea. Dunford made the remarks on the last day of a trip to China that included a visit on Wednesday to a northern military zone near China`s border with North Korea. "What`s unimaginable to me is not a military option," Dunford told reporters before a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping. "What is unimaginable is allowing (North Korean l...
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Amid Army face-off with India, China sets up blood donation camps in Doklam area
BEIJING, Aug 17 (Agencies): In the wake of an Army face-off and chill in ties with India over Doklam standoff, China is reportedly setting up blood donation and collection camps in the area. Amid simmering border tension over Doklam in Sikkim, state-run Chinese daily Global Times reported that a hospital in Changsha, the capital of Hunan Province, has relocated its blood bank on the orders of the Peoples Liberation Army (PLA). The Chinese daily reported, "Many hospitals in different provinces are controlling the use of blood, and according to a reliable anonymous source from a hospital in Changsha, capital of Hunan Province, the blood bank has been relocated by the PLA and the local government is organizing a blood drive to replenish supplies." The same is also true of some other top h...
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Chinese newspaper warns Trump could trigger 'Trade War'
Beijing, Aug 14 (Agencies): A Chinese state newspaper has warned President Donald Trump "could trigger a trade war" if he goes ahead with plans to launch an investigation into whether China is stealing US technology. In a commentary written by a researcher at a Commerce Ministry think tank, the China Daily said Trump's possible decision to launch an investigation, which an official says he will announce today, could "intensify tensions," especially over intellectual property. The official told reporters on Saturday the president would order for his trade office to look into whether to launch an investigation under the Trade Act of 1975 of possible Chinse theft of US technology and intellectual property....
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Nawaz Sharif''s wife files nomination to contest his Lahore seat
LAHORE, Aug 11 (Agencies): Kulsoom Nawaz, the wife of ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, on Friday filed her nomination papers for by-poll to the NA-120 seat that fell vacant after her husband`s disqualification on July 28 by the c. Kulsoom Nawaz late on Thursday signed the nomination papers after the PML-N decided to field the former first lady for the by-polls in September. After her husband`s incarceration following the military coup by Gen Pervez Musharraf in 1999, Kulsoom had successfully led the party, though she never contested elections. Her nomination for the key seat comes days after Nawaz Sharif had proposed that his younger brother Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif should succeed him as Prime Minister - after contesting from NA-120 to become a National Assembly member. ...
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