As the US bans cotton from Xinjiang company, read how China has been exploiting Uyghur slave labour to supply Western markets
China has long been accused of persecution of Uyghur minorities in Xinjiang region. Multiple organisations have now accused the Communist country of using Uyghur slave labour.
In his executive order, Donald Trump also cited the example of India and the 'digital strike' carried out on 59 Chinese apps in June this year.
PMO seeks product-wise details of Chinese imports, commerce ministry suspects China is routing its products through other countries
A high-level meeting took place at the prime minister’s office to discuss ways to promote Atmanirbhar Bharat and cut import dependency on China.
In a decision which could escalate tensions between two countries, the US Representative Scott Perry introduced a bill to declare Tibet Autonomous Region as an independent country.
Trump administration moves to cut Huawei off from global chip suppliers, bars it and its suppliers from using American equipment and technologies
The US administration on Friday decided to block shipments of semiconductors to Huawei from major global chipmakers
US President Donald Trump threatens to cut ties with China, says he has lost interest in speaking to Xi Jinping
US President Donald Trump said he was very disappointed with China's failure to contain the Wuhan Coronavirus.
BRICS Summit: PM Modi and Xi Jinping meet, hold bilateral talks in Brasilia over key issues to ensure co-operation
PM Modi, who is in Brazil for the 11th BRICS Summit, met Chinese President Xi Jinping and both leaders held formal talks over trade and cooperation.
Indian Coordination Committee of Farmers’ Movements welcomes India not joining RCEP, calls for withdrawal from all negotiations and FTAs
ICCFM welcomes India's withdrawal from RCEP, calls for withdrawal from all FTAs
The RCEP will provide the Indian industry with a large market with low trade barriers
US House Foreign Affair’s Committee Hearing: Democratic Party’s opposition to India was only public posturing and impotent rage
The US House Foreign Affair's Committee Hearing on South Asia Human Rights turned into an elaborate exercise on genocide denial.
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