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Vice President Hamid Ansari meets Chinese Premier Li Keqiang

Hamid-Ansari-Li-KeqiangBeijing, June 28 :Vice President Hamid Ansari today met Chinese Premier Li Keqiang here at the Great Hall of the People as part of his ongoing trip to China.

The Chinese Premier also met with the Union Minister for Commerce and Industry Nirmala Sitharaman and other Indian officials, who were part o the delegation.

Vice President Hamid Ansari today visited the Great Wall of China as part of his ongoing bilateral visit to China.

The Vice President also attended the trilateral Summit Meeting to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Panchsheel treaty at Beijing today.

Chinese premier speaks to Modi, desires robust partnership

Li-KeqiangNew Delhi, May 29 : Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Thursday spoke to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the phone and conveyed his government's desire to establish a "robust partnership" with the new Indian government.

According to a statement by the external affairs ministry, Li congratulated Modi on his victory in the recent election and conveyed his government's desire to "establish robust partnership with the new government of India for further development of relations between the two nations".

Chinese premier congratulates Modi

Li-KeqiangBeijing, May 26 : Chinese Premier Li Keqiang sent a message to Narendra Modi Monday to congratulate him on his assumption of the office of India's prime minister.

In the message, Li said China and India were important neighbours, as well as the two largest emerging-market countries in the world, Xinhua reported.

China-India relations had gone beyond the bilateral scope and were of global and strategic significance, he said, adding that his country had always taken the relationship as a priority of Chinese diplomacy.

China's economy to be 'smooth and stable' in 2014: PM

Li-KeqiangBeijing, Dec 30 : China's economy will be on a steady path in 2014, Premier Li Keqiang has said.

During a trip to Tianjin, Keqiang said that China has the conditions in place to maintain the 'smooth running of its economy and the general stability of its financial market' in 2014.

According to China Daily, he added the government would keep a stable fiscal policy in 2014 and maintain liquidity at an appropriate level.

He added that the government would maintain reasonable growth of monetary credit and social financing, and keep the basic stability of the overall price level.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang promises ‘appropriate liquidity’

Li KeqiangChina will stick to the prudent monetary policy and keep liquidity at an appropriate level to ensure stability of financial markets and the broader economy, Premier Li Keqiang said.

During a recent visit to the northern Chinese city of Tianjin, Li said that the government had the conditions to keep the economy operating in a steady manner as well as maintaining the stability of the financial markets.

Speaking on the topic, he added, "We will stick to the prudent monetary policy, keep appropriate liquidity, realise reasonable growth in credit and total social financing and keep prices largely stable."

India-China stress on peace, boosting economic ties

India-ChinaNew Delhi, May 20 : India and China Monday stressed on maintaining peace and tranquility along their border and on boosting trade ties, including inviting Chinese firms to invest in India in infrastructure development and increasing banking and financial cooperation.

In a joint statement issued after talks between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, both sides reaffirmed that they view each other as "partners for mutual benefit and not as rivals or competitors".

Chinese PM meets Sonia

Li-KeqiangNew Delhi, May 20 : Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Monday met United Progressive Alliance (UPA) chairperson Sonia Gandhi.

The premier spent around 40 minutes at Gandhi's 10 Janpath residence, said a party source.

Earlier, opposition leader Sushma Swaraj called on Li. After meeting Gandhi, Li called on Vice President Hamid Ansari.(IANS)

Text of PM's statement on China

Manmohan-SinghNew Delhi, May 20 : Text of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's statement to the media Monday on Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's visit to India:

It is an honour for me to welcome Premier Li on his first official visit to India. It has been an immense pleasure to get to know him personally. I sincerely appreciate his reaching out to me on his first day in office and his choosing India as his first foreign destination as Premier.

India, China have differences but will be together: Li

Li-KeqiangNew Delhi, May 20 : India and China do have "difficult issues left over from history" but are destined to exist together, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said in a published article Monday.

Writing in The Hindu newspaper, Li warned that there would be no Asian century if India and China failed to live in harmony and achieve common development.

"There is no denying that China and India still have between them some difficult issues left over from history," he said in the article titled "A handshake across the Himalayas".

Chinese premier departs for India

Li-KeqiangBeijing, May 19 : Chinese Premier Li Keqiang departed here Sunday for official visits to four nations, with India being the first stop.

From India, Li will go to Pakistan, Switzerland and Germany, reports Xinhua.

Li is visiting these countries at the invitation of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, the Pakistan government, Swiss President Ueli Maurer and German Chancellor Angela Merkel. (IANS)

'Li will get chance to explain incursion to Manmohan'

Manmohan-Singh-Li-KeqiangNew Delhi, May 18 : The recent incursion by Chinese troops cast a "pretty dark shadow" on India-China relations, but the issue was handled "maturely" by both and probably Chinese Premier Li Keqiang will "get a chance to explain why, what happened" during his talks with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, sources said Saturday.

Chinese Premier Li arrives Sunday; to discuss border and more

Li-KeqiangNew Delhi, May 18 : All issues would be on the table, including the India-China boundary question, when Chinese Premier Li Keqiang meets Prime Minister Manmohan Singh here Sunday evening.

Li, who arrives in India Sunday afternoon on a three-day state visit, and Manmohan Singh are also likely to discuss the proposed border defence cooperation agreement during their talks, sources said Saturday.

Lot more to India-China ties than border stand-off: Experts

Li-KeqiangNew Delhi, May 17 :  As Chinese Premier Li Keqiang arrives in India days after the two countries resolved a 20-day border stand-off, experts said India-China ties go back a long way and one should not judge the relations on the basis of one event.

Li arrives May 19 on a three-day state visit. He has chosen India as the first stop in his maiden foreign visit since taking over in March.

The border stand-off, which suddenly began April 15 after Chinese troops intruded 19 km inside the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Ladakh's Depsang area and set up camps there, ended on May 5, following several rounds of military and diplomatic negotiations.

160 dead, 6,700 injured in China earthquake

160 dead, 6,700 injured in China earthquakeBeijing, April 21 - A staggering 160 people have been killed and over 6,700 injured in the earthquake, which hit China's Sichuan province Saturday morning, measuring 7.0 on the Richter scale, reported Xinhua citing authorities.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visited the temblor's epicentre in the province during afternoon by helicopter and directed not to waste time to save lives.

Li visited hospitals, tents and climbed on a heap of ruin to see the disaster situation, expressed condolences to the victims and the survivors, and guided the rescue and relief work on site.

Shanghai Composite Index rises 0.6 percent on Friday

Shanghai Composite Index rises 0.6 percent on FridayThe Shanghai Composite Index has recorded an increase of 0.6 percent on Friday on optimism among investors that the Chinese economy might be recovering from eh slowdown.

The index rose 0.6 percent this week after it fell below 2,000 points in during the first three days of the week. The shares revived this week to record first weekly gain in three weeks after Vice-Premier Li Keqiang indicated that the government will look for deeper market reforms in the world's second-largest economy.

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