Indian American entrepreneur and Republican Presidential hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy will unveil his plan on Thursday on how the US will “declare independence from China.” The details regarding the event mentioned on Ramaswamy’s official website read, “Political outsider and presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy will offer unprecedented detail on how the United States will declare independence from Communist China in a speech on Thursday, September 21.”
Lodging a strong protest against China, India on Tuesday rejected claims made by Beijing in the so-called “standard map” and said they have no basis to claim India’s territory. The Ministry of External Affairs said that such steps from the Chinese side would only complicate the resolution of the boundary question.
A US congressional committee has recommended that India should be added to an expanded group of close American allies currently called NATO+5 as part of a broader effort to deter any Chinese military aggression against Taiwan.
Last week at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization’s (SCO) Defense Ministers’ meeting, India adopted a tough stand to deal with its neighbor China, the founding father of the bloc.
On March 8, the Dalai Lama, during an empowerment ceremony in McLeod Ganj, Himachal Pradesh, turned to a Mongolian boy sitting to his left and declared him the third most important reincarnation in Tibetan Buddhism.
By Mayank Chhaya With an arrest warrant against Russia’s President Vladimir Putin by the International Criminal Court out, a visit by him that is likely to be most watched is one to India to attend the G20 summit September 9 and 10. Although neither Russia nor India are state parties to the Rome Statute of the ICC […]