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Explore the complexities surrounding the growth and status of China's Christian population. Despite historical ups and downs, recent survey data suggests a levelling off, raising questions about the influence of government policies, demographics, and potential underreporting in estimating the true numbers."

China’s Christian Population Stops growing

Explore the complexities surrounding the growth and status of China's Christian population. Despite historical ups and downs, recent survey data suggests a levelling off, raising questions about the influence of government policies, demographics, and potential underreporting in estimating the true numbers."
Amidst the surge in respiratory illnesses among children in China, at least six states in India, including Rajasthan, Karnataka, Gujarat, Uttarakhand, Haryana, and Tamil Nadu, are on high alert. This follows the central government's directive to review readiness in anticipation of the rising trend observed abroad.

Resurgence of Respiratory Illness in China Sparks Concern

As China grapples with the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new threat has emerged in the form of a mysterious pneumonia outbreak (respiratory illness) sweeping through educational institutions. This development, reminiscent of the early stages of the COVID-19 crisis, has led to a surge in hospital admissions, prompting health officials to address the situation.
China, as of 2022, is on a trajectory to possess over 1,000 operational nuclear warheads by 2030, with many of these deployed at higher readiness levels. This nuclear force is expected to continue growing until 2035, aligning with its objective of completing the modernization of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) by that year, according to the latest report of the US Department of Defense (DoD). This marks a crucial milestone toward President Xi Jinping's goal of establishing a "world-class" military by 2049.

China To Possess Over 1,000 Nuclear Warheads By 2030

China, as of 2022, is on a trajectory to possess over 1,000 operational nuclear warheads by 2030, with many of these deployed at higher readiness levels. This nuclear force is expected to continue growing until 2035, aligning with its objective of completing the modernization of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) by that year, according to the latest report of the US Department of Defense (DoD). This marks a crucial milestone toward President Xi Jinping's goal of establishing a "world-class" military by 2049.
China continued to invest in enhancing its military infrastructure along the LAC in 2022. The country constructed underground storage facilities near Doklam, built new roads in all three LAC sectors, established new villages in disputed areas adjacent to Bhutan, added a second bridge over Pangong Lake, set up a dual-purpose airport in the central sector, and created multiple helipads.

China expanding military infrastructure along LAC

China continued to invest in enhancing its military infrastructure along the LAC in 2022. The country constructed underground storage facilities near Doklam, built new roads in all three LAC sectors, established new villages in disputed areas adjacent to Bhutan, added a second bridge over Pangong Lake, set up a dual-purpose airport in the central sector, and created multiple helipads.
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China, India and UK To See More Millionaires Leaving

China, India and the UK are biggest loser of millionaires as they are likely to leave their countries for better pastures, according to...
China Makes History Sending First Civilian Astronaut to Space

China Makes History Sending First Civilian Astronaut to Space

China on May 30 achieved a historic milestone in its space program by sending its first civilian astronaut to space. Gui Haichao, a professor at the Beihang University in Beijing regarded as a payload specialist, joined two military astronauts on the Shenzhou-16 spacecraft that blasted off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre in northwestern China at 9:31 a.m. local time.

China’s Labour Transfers; Tibet’s Identity Threatened

Stressing that labour transfer and vocational training programmes in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China was a threat to Tibet’s cultural identity,...
China, as of 2022, is on a trajectory to possess over 1,000 operational nuclear warheads by 2030, with many of these deployed at higher readiness levels. This nuclear force is expected to continue growing until 2035, aligning with its objective of completing the modernization of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) by that year, according to the latest report of the US Department of Defense (DoD). This marks a crucial milestone toward President Xi Jinping's goal of establishing a "world-class" military by 2049.

US See China-Russia Partnership as Very Serious

A large majority of people in the US (83%) continue to have negative views of China, and the share who have very unfavorable views (44%) increased by 4 percentage points since last year, according to PEW Research Centre.
Lanka to Export Monkeys to China To Get through Crisis

Lanka to Export Monkeys to China To Get through Crisis

Sri Lanka, which is going through economic crisis, is considering to export up to a lakh of endangered monkeys to China. Reports...
China continued to invest in enhancing its military infrastructure along the LAC in 2022. The country constructed underground storage facilities near Doklam, built new roads in all three LAC sectors, established new villages in disputed areas adjacent to Bhutan, added a second bridge over Pangong Lake, set up a dual-purpose airport in the central sector, and created multiple helipads.

China and 11 Arunachal Names

China has provoked India once again by renaming 11 locations in Arunachal Pradesh which it calls “Zangan, the southern part of Tibet”. ...