No ‘Unusual’ Virus Or Novel Pathogens, Says China Amid Rising Pneumonia Cases | World News

Geneva: In response to mounting concerns raised by the World Health Organisation (WHO) regarding a surge in respiratory illnesses among children, China has assured the global health community that no unusual or new pathogens have been identified in the northern region. WHO Surveillance, Chinese Response The World Health Organisation has been closely monitoring data … Read more

China sees undiagnosed pneumonia outbreak in children: Report

“Many, many are hospitalised. They don’t cough and have no symptoms. They just have a high temperature (fever) and many develop pulmonary nodules,” a Beijing citizen at the Beijing Children’s Hospital reported. “Now you are not allowed to report to school. If you have any symptoms such as fever, cold, cough and then you are … Read more

China Mysterious Pneumonia Outbreak Sparks Fear WHO Seeks Details

Hospitals in China have been “overwhelmed” with “sick children” as many cities witness an outbreak of pneumonia that has escalated across the country including capital Beijing. According to ProMed — a publicly available surveillance system that monitors human and animal disease outbreaks worldwide — a notification was issued on Tuesday stating about a reported epidemic … Read more

India Warns Nations About Vicious Cycle Of Debt Traps At UNSC Meet Presided Over By China

India, during a UN Security Council open debate, called for transparent and equitable financing while cautioning against the dangers of unsustainable financing leading to a vicious cycle of debt traps. R. Madhu Sudan, Counsellor in India’s Permanent Mission to the UN, delivered the remarks on Monday during the debate on ‘Maintenance of International Peace and … Read more

India’s ‘debt trap’ dig at China at UN Security Council meet

In a veiled attack on China, India said that the international community should work on transparent and equitable financing and be vigilant towards the dangers of unsustainable financing which leads to a vicious cycle of debt traps. “Peace is elusive and development a distant dream if resource crunch continues to exist. Hence, India in various … Read more

India Australia 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue Rajnath Singh S Jaishankar Richard Marles Penny Wong New Delhi China

India and Australia engaged in the second 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue on Monday, focusing on bolstering defence cooperation and enhancing the strategic relationship. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met with Australian Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister Richard Marles and Foreign Minister Penny Wong in Delhi during this diplomatic engagement. During … Read more

Maldives’ Newly Sworn-In President Asks India To Withdraw Military Presence | World News

Maldives’s new President Mohamed Muizzu yesterday met Union Minister of Earth Sciences Kiren Rijiju formally urging the Indian government to remove its military personnel from the island nation. The move is expected as Muizzu, who is considered ‘pro-China’ in his policies, had promised to end foreign military presence during his poll campaign. Muizzu had time … Read more

China Injures Australian Navy Divers With Sonar Attack; Incident Days After Albanese-Xi Jinping Meet

Published on Nov 19, 2023 02:48 AM IST Australia has accused China of sonar attack on its naval divers during an operation in international waters inside Japan’s exclusive economic zone. Australia’s Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles said that Australian divers were injured in the unsafe and unprofessional use of sonar by China, and expressed his … Read more

Maldives Govt Asks India To Withdraw Military Personnel As President Mohamed Muizzu Speaks To Kiren Rijiju China

The Government of Maldives formally requested India to withdraw its military personnel from the country during a meeting between Maldives President Dr. Mohamed Muizzu and Union Minister of Earth Sciences Kiren Rijiju, an official statement issued by the Maldives President’s Office said. The meeting took place at the President’s Office on Saturday, a day after … Read more

China Has “Not Occupied” A Single Inch Of Foreign Land: Xi Jinping

Xi Jinping said China has not “occupied a single inch of foreign land”. San Francisco: Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday claimed that his country has “not provoked a conflict or war, or occupied a single inch of foreign land”. Xi’s remarks came at a dinner on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) … Read more