The Swadeshi Movement and its latest avatar ‘Make In India’ shouldn’t be tied to any political party. It is a much bigger movement that can help steer India to its superpower status.
We have put together a progress card of sorts to highlight the various ways (big and small) in which India is moving ahead with the Boycott China movement.
With China’s increasing dominance in the South China Sea, it is becoming clear that the superpower is more about authoritarianism and bullying than playing by the rules.
The Boycott China movement is gaining ground across India. But the celebrities we revere are giving no signs of disengaging with Chinese brands and money.
From islands to entire countries, nothing is safe from China’s expansionism. We try to understand why China has picked up a string of territorial quarrels with almost all of its neighbours.
China is deeply rooted in the Indian economy with billions of dollars invested in startups. We explore the causes and consequences of the Chinese influence in India’s economy.
Modi Government has some very valid reasons for banning more than 50 Chinese apps. The future though belongs to Indian alternatives that respect user data.
Even during calls to Boycott China, Chinese smartphone sales are only rising. But all hope is not lost.
We dissect a recent article about Xiaomi, to reveal its intentions as a Chinese brand masquerading as an Indian company.
Government e-Marketplace (GeM) has made it mandatory for sellers to declare the Country of Origin of all products on the portal.