Modi And Xi Jinping At G20 Summit

PM Modi set to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping at G20 Summit

At the G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany on Friday Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping are probably going to confront each other at a casual meeting of leaders of BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) nations amid escalating tensions between India and China. Both the leaders met a month ago amid the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit.

India China Border

China: "Indian troops' transgression has cast a shadow on Indo-China Relations", Trip of Indian Journalists to China Cancelled

Doklam Standoff: In a an editorial by the Chinese state-run agency, China has very clearly stated that Indian troops' attempt to stop the construction work undertaken by People's Liberation Army of China in Doklam Plateau has cast "a shadow on Indo-Pak relations".

This editorial came after China dismissed India's stand that construction in the Doklam area of Sikkim sector could have "serious security implications".

MPs Approve To Legalise Same Sex Marriage In Germany

Germany legalizes same sex marriage

Germany parliament on Friday voted in the favor of same sex marriage, days after Chancellor Angela Merkel decided to allow their conservative lawmakers to follow their own conscience rather than the party rules.

Although Angela Merkel voted against the gay marriage giving her view that a marriage should happen between a man and woman but still hoped that parliament approval of the measure will generate respect between different opinions and will lead to social cohesion and peace.

Strong Signal Conveyed By China

Strong signal conveyed by China

A day after China blamed the Indian Army of disregarding the border; the Indian military authorities were reluctant to speak over the claims.

Inspite of the official quiet, most military sources cautioned that the most recent advancements, particularly the Chinese move to close the Nathula Pass route to Kailash Mansarovar Yatra, ought to be dealt with as a diplomatic message from Beijing.