Sri Lanka, China congratulate each other on 60th anniversary

Don’t ‘meddle’ in Nepal, Sri Lanka, China media warns India

Beijing, March 22 - The Chinese media has threatened to "fight back" any Indian attempt to meddle with China's attempts to enter into military collaboration with Nepal and Sri Lanka. The threat comes amid the ongoing visit of Chinese defence minister Chang Wanquan to Sri Lanka, which will be followed by a tour of Nepal. Chang is accompanied by deputy commander...

Sirisena tells Chinese Defense Minister pacts with China should not harm Sri Lanka

Sirisena tells Chinese Defense Minister pacts with China should not harm Sri Lanka

By P.K.Balachandran Colombo, March 20: The Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena told the visiting Chinese Defense Minister and State Councilor, Gen.Chang Wanquan, that the pacts which Sri Lanka is to sign with China should not harm to “the pride, independence and national security of Sri Lanka.” Sirisena’s assertive remark assumes significance in the context of the raging controversy over the...

A Chinese view of Modi’s electoral triumph

A Chinese view of Modi’s electoral triumph

Beijing, March 17 (Global Times) : Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently led his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to a sweeping electoral victory in Uttar Pradesh, the country's most-populous state, as well as garnering vigorous support in several other major state elections. It has not only increased Modi's chance to win in India's 2019 general elections, some even predict he...

Sri Lanka in the midst of a flurry of big power naval activity

Sri Lanka in the midst of a flurry of big power naval activity

Special Correspondent Colombo, March 16 (www.southasianmonitor.com): Following the construction of a full-fledged port in Hambantota, and a container terminal in Colombo, to be part of China’s ambitious One Belt One Road (OBOR) global project, world powers are converging on Sri Lanka to ensure that China, the rising behemoth, does not get exclusive rights to use the island’s strategic advantages. Exploiting ...

US navy moves quickly to stem China’s monopoly over Hambantota port

US navy moves quickly to stem China’s monopoly over Hambantota port

By Special Correspondent/www.southasianmonitor.com Colombo, March 8: The US navy’s move to quickly establish its presence in the controversy-ridden Chinese-built Hambantota port in South Sri Lanka, in collaboration with allies Japan and Australia, stems from the West’s anxiety over China’s current and potential moves in South Asia and the Indian Ocean Region. The US Pacific Fleet on Monday started conducting a...

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