Indian and Chinese delegates at the 10th Kolkata 2 Kunming Forum in Kunming, November 24-26, 2014 –Read More

The 10th K2K Forum took place in Kunming from November 24 to 26, 2014. The 22-member Indian delegation, which included government officials (from West Bengal, Bihar and Manipur), scholars and business representatives, was led by Former Indian Foreign Secretary Shri Krishnan Srinivasan. Since the forum was celebrating its 10th year in operation, to commemorate the occasion on sidelines of the forum the Indian side organized an “East India Handicrafts Exhibition” and a “India Culture Evening”.

Sister for city of Didi (The Kunming Connection) – The Telegraph –Read More

India and China today inked a pact declaring Calcutta and Kunming in southwest China as sister cities. The tag in itself is largely symbolic, although it allows preferential cooperation and exchanges between the cities on trade, education, health, culture and urban planning. But the p

Kolkata to Kunming: Forum to focus on seven areas – Indian Express –Read More

The Kolkata to Kunming (K2K) Forum, that seeks to strengthen sub-regional economic cooperation between India and China, will deliberate on seven sectors for greater collaboration at its ninth session here Nov 21-22. A 20-member delegation from China, with an additional 25-30 business

China, India Boost Military Ties as Border Tensions Ease – The Irrawady –Read More

“… both leaderships are serious about controlling border tensions and going ahead with other positive aspects of the relationship,” says Binoda Mishra of the Kolkata-based Center for Studies in International Relations and Development (CSIRD).

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