India, China, Russia: Wen
moots tripartite alliance
What is India News Service,
Wednesday, 13 April 2005, 1500 hrs IST
Trilateral cooperation between India, China and Russia will
help democratise international relations and safeguard world peace, security
and stability, the Chinese Premier, Wen Jiabao, told a group of journalists on
The three countries shared
"identical and similar" views on many issues, Mr. Wen said.
"Coordination and cooperation" among them served the interest of peace
and stability in the region and the world at large.
China, India and Russia were
all "influential" countries and China was "positive towards
trilateral cooperation," Mr. Wen said. This "cooperation and
coordination" was by no means an alliance and not targeted at any other
Mr. Wen, who left for Beijing
later in the day, said that his visit to India had produced "rich
results" and that reporters could see "all the smiles" on his
face. He quoted his Indian counterpart, Manmohan Singh, as telling him on
Monday, that "we two are making history."
could belong to Asia if India, China work together: Wen: Emphasising that
the 21st century could belong to Asia if India and China developed relations and
worked together, the Chinese Prime Minister, Wen Jiabao, today said that the two
countries were not rivals.
after spin: Reality bites: Neither China nor even the UPA's allies at
home seem to share the Government's perception that there has been a
"forward movement" in China's position on India's candidature for a
permanent seat in the UN Security Council.
gets business, India moves on border
renovating historical road to India
youth condemn Wen\92s visit
inaugurates Udhampur-Jammu rail line:
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday inaugurated the 55-km Udhampur-Jammu
railway line by flagging off the first train connecting the mountainous district
with the rest of the country.
tries to steady leaky boat: Just as the BJP and RSS decided that
silence would be the best way to contain the damage caused by Sarsanghchalak (RSS
chief) KS Sudarshan's remarks, the fragile truce was disturbed from other
says it is over, but VHP keeps the pot boiling: The Bharatiya Janata Party
said today that the episode related to the controversial remarks by the
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief, K.S. Sudarshan, was a "closed
launches National Rural Health Mission: Governments have "grievously
erred" in designing the country's health programmes. "We have created
a delivery model that fragments resources and dissipates energies," he
said, luanching the National Rural Health Mission.
North Eastern Council, says Manmohan: The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh,
today regretted that the North Eastern Council had been reduced to "a fund
disbursing body," mechanically allocating whatever little resources it had
among the States of the region.
between tiger reserves mooted:
To keep the
tiger gene pool alive, the Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF) today
proposed establishing corridors between tiger reserves in the country.
Ganguly slapped with six-match ban for slow over rate: Indian cricket
captain Sourav Ganguly was on Tuesday banned for six one-day internationals for
the team's slow over rate in the fourth limited overs tie against Pakistan.
named new Indian captain; Sehwag becomes his deputy:
Rahul Dravid was on
Tuesday made the Indian captain for the last two one-dayers against Pakistan in
place of Sourav Ganguly who was banned for six ODIs'.
brings freedom for 7 Pakistanis:
It is going to be the best
possible Baisakhi gift for seven Pakistani nationals lodged in various jails of
Punjab for minor offences. Tomorrow, all seven will be taken to the Wagah border
and handed over to Pakistan Rangers.
face blacklist: Hey Ram! The father of the nation must be turning in
his grave, seeing his baby and the first of the Indian NGOs, Harijan Sevak Sangh
(HSS), come under a scanner for mismanagement, monetary irregularities and
objects to Gujarat's use of photo: The Prime Minister's Office today took
exception to the Gujarat Government using a photo of the Prime Minister,
Manmohan Singh, in an official publication without prior permission.
walkouts hit Pakistan National Assembly session: More protest
walkouts and members' absence hit the National Assembly on Tuesday as opposition
parties appeared closing ranks after a day of open rift that saw them in
different camps over a question of women's rights.
Maoists' bodies recovered: Security forces
have recovered several dead bodies of Maoist rebels killed in the fierce battle
between security forces and the insurgents in Khara of mid western Rukum
View from abroad
Parliament recommends Air India inquiry:
The Canadian Parliament has supported a non-binding call for a public inquiry
into the Air India bombing case following acquittal of the two main accused in
the worst case of mass murder in the country's history.
India to seek promotion of relations:
Indian External Affairs Minister K. Natwar Singh's visit to the United States
will provide an opportunity to take the Indo-US relationship into a new phase, a
State Department official has said. ...
China redrew its map:
acknowledged that Sikkim is a part of India.
Wen made breakthrough progress: His visit to India is being described as
a pleasant chapter in India-China relations.
Policeman prompted approver: The Sankararaman murder trial is still on,
and a policeman whispering into Ravi Subramaniam's ear gave rise to the
suspicion that his confession was doctored.