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China to deploy military personnel on Bagram airbase
Asia, Conflict

China to deploy military personnel on Bagram airbase

The representation of US’s 20 years in Afghanistan can be dome by the Bagram airbase where China is considering to deploy the its military personnel and economic development officials. China is considering deploying military personnel and economic development officials to Bagram airfield, perhaps the single-most prominent symbol of the 20-year U.S. military presence in Afghanistan. The Chinese military is currently conducting a feasibility study about the effect of sending workers, soldiers and other staff related to its foreign economic investment program known as the Belt and Road Initiative in the coming years to Bagram, according to a source briefed on the study by Chinese military officials, who spoke to U.S. News on the condition of anonymity. A spokesman for the
China’s Regulatory Crackdown: No Sector Is Safe
China, Politics, World

China’s Regulatory Crackdown: No Sector Is Safe

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its founding this year, is moving aggressively to solidify popular support for continued Communist Party rule in the country. In the name of promoting social equality and reasserting control over the economy and private life, President Xi Jinping is cracking the whip on every sphere from the tech industry to the education sector and from culture to lifestyle. The pace of the regulatory crackdown is such that no sector is safe. The Communist regime is going after some of the country’s largest private enterprises in a bid to clock back what it perceives as the capitalist excesses of a previous era. Now, the party is making it increasingly clear that it intends to insert itself into the private lives of Chine
China continues to enter in Japanese water: four more vessels seen in water of Senkaku Islands
China, World

China continues to enter in Japanese water: four more vessels seen in water of Senkaku Islands

Tokyo: Another report of China entering the Japanese water has come out. Four Chinese vessel have seen entering Japanese territorial waters off the Senkaku Islands The vessels were reportedly approaching a Japanese fishing boat. Coast Guard personnel are trying to ensure the safety of the Japanese fishers, and they are warning the Chinese vessels to immediately leave the waters, reports NHK World Japan. Japanese authorities control the islands. However, China and Taiwan also claim them. The Coast Guard says the four Chinese ships enter Japan's waters off Uotsuri Island and Minamikojima Island, two of the Senkaku Islands, one after another starting at around 2:40 a.m, reports NHK World Japan. It says that, as of 3:30 a.m., three of the vessels were sailin...
Pak’s new weapon of terror in Kashmir: ISKP
World

Pak’s new weapon of terror in Kashmir: ISKP

The Taliban victory in Afghanistan has given Pakistan a new set of hard-core trained and experienced jihadis, newer weapons, strategy and offensive tactics in urban warfare, especially in holding against a military force. These assets will form part of Pakistan’s attempts to stoke militancy in Kashmir in the coming weeks, before the winter sets in. One of the key elements of this new strategy would be to send cadres from JeM and LeT under the banner of Islamic State of Khorasan Province (ISKP), a convenient way for Pakistan to claim deniability and avoid sanctions. Since ISKP specialises in mass casualty attacks, Kashmir is likely to witness attacks against security forces or installations, government offices and tourists. These attacks could be in the form of suicide bombings, bomb
China in new debate, uses ‘cyber theft’ to bolster its military
Business, China, World

China in new debate, uses ‘cyber theft’ to bolster its military

Beijing, China: Peter Suciu, writing in The National Interest, said that there is no denying that Beijing has taken it to heart especially where military hardware is involved. In the spring of 2019, the Pentagon accused China of using “cyber theft” and other methods to bolster its military. In 2007 Lockheed Martin had found that Chinese hackers had been stealing technical documents related to the F-35 program, while a similar theft occurred when hackers working for Beijing breached a network of an Australian F-35 sub-contractor, the Asia Times reported. Based on those breaches, it seems likely that the Chinese had acquired crucial information and technical data that has been utilised in the production of the J-20. Also, the J-20’s development began in earnest only after the F-22 was
Cultural cut of China and Taiwan
China, Singapore, World

Cultural cut of China and Taiwan

China is reducing the cultural exchange between China and Taiwan, in order to which China has objected on many basic books of Taiwan. This is only to be expected, as Beijing has been reducing cultural exchanges and activities with Taiwan for the past few years. These actions range from drastically reducing the number of tourists allowed into Taiwan to boycotting the Golden Horse Awards in 2019, after a director’s comments about Taiwanese sovereignty set off a media storm. However, Taiwan has managed without Chinese tourists, while local talent, as well as Chinese-speaking filmmakers from smaller countries such as Malaysia and Singapore, had more room to shine at last year’s awards. With its huge population sharing an official language with Taiwan, China has long been a lucrative
Tibetan children to undergo military training in summer vacation
China, Conflict, World

Tibetan children to undergo military training in summer vacation

China over the time has always oppressed Tibetan people. This time China id forcing school children to opt for compulsory military training during their summer vacation as Communist Party believes in military education. Relationship between India and China touched new lows last year during border conflict. Attendance at the two camps, called the Young Tibetan Snow Hawk Military Summer Camp and the Tibet Rong He Military Training Center, is depriving Tibetan schoolchildren of the few opportunities still available to them to learn their own Tibetan language in private settings outside of school, sources told RFA. “Coinciding with school break now in Lhasa, Tibetans are not permitted to hold private classes to learn Tibetan, and so the Chinese authorities are forcing Tibetan childre
US B-52 Bombers attacked Taliban hideouts
World

US B-52 Bombers attacked Taliban hideouts

Kabul, Afghanistan: The US B-52 bombers targeted the hideout places and gathering spots of Taliban. 200 militants killed in bombing. The US on Saturday asked its citizens to leave war-torn Afghanistan as the Taliban intensified its attacks in recent days. "The US urges its citizens to leave Afghanistan immediately using available commercial flight options. Given the security conditions and reduced staffing, the Embassy's ability to assist US citizens in Afghanistan is extremely limited even within Kabul," the US Embassy in Kabul said in a statement. Recently, the Taliban captured, Jawzjan province's capital Sheberghan and Nimroz province's capital Zaranj. US embassy in Kabul said the recent rise in violence by the Taliban violates the human rights of Afghans and is bringing ha...
Sikh gurudwara’s flag removed in Afghanistan, India opposed
World

Sikh gurudwara’s flag removed in Afghanistan, India opposed

New Delhi, India: Amid the violence in Afghanistan and the violation of human rights, the Nishant Sahib gurudwara’s flag in Afghanistan’s Paktia was removed from the building. Indian government has condemned the act. The Nishan Sahib was reportedly taken off from the roof of Gurdwara Thala Sahib in the Chamkani area of the Paktia province, according to media reports. Unattributed reports on social media showed visuals of the “holy place”. “We condemn this act and reiterate India’s firm belief that Afghanistan’s future must be one where the interest of all sections of Afghan society including minorities and women are protected,” the government sources said. Sources further said: “We have seen media reports on Nishan Sahib, a Sikh religious flag atop the roof of Gurdwara Thala Sahi
China setting back old theory of business and democracy
Business, China, Politics, World

China setting back old theory of business and democracy

When any country let the private company business in its territory, it is to be thought that the country is getting democratic, but China which is taking business from four decades breaking all the stereotypes and getting more stronger in terms of one-party state. When China began allowing private businesses and foreign investment four decades ago, many outside the communist country expected that as its economy became more capitalist, its politics also would become more democratic. They didn’t. Instead, the Chinese system, which puts stability and cohesion ahead of individual freedoms, became adept at delivering prosperity, with the Communist Party still firmly in control. For Beijing, its success legitimizes its model as an alternative to the liberal values of the West, an idea the U.