An Indian trader has gone missing in the Chinese town of Yiwu, after an unidentified man took him away from a local restaurant, in an incident that is set to trigger a fresh commercial and diplomatic dispute, amid already rising strains between India and China regarding the safety of businessmen in the southern trading hub.
One more Indian trader was detained in China on charges of indulging in prostitution in addition to the four already held in Shanghai for the offence. An Indian trader, based in Yiwu, which housed China’s biggest wholesale commodity market was arrested in an anti-prostitution raid by the local police during the last weekend, Indian officials
BEIJING: Four Indians, who were visiting the Chinese city of Shanghai to attend an automobile fair, have been detained by local police on charges of indulging in prostitution. The four were part of a large Indian delegation visiting China’s Bicycle and Motor Fair in Shanghai, where anti-prostitution police picked them up. Indian officials said the Indians were picked up
MUMBAI: The financial position of Shyamsundar Agarwal’s family is gradually worsening. His wife, Jyoti, is finding it hard to pay her children’s fees and dues of their Elphinstone Road flat. Two Indian traders-Shyamsunder Agarwal and Deepak Raheja-are embroiled in a legal dispute in China. The two were abducted and tortured after their trading firm’s owner
January 5 of the World Wide Web publication “Global Times” reported that a sudden Indian diplomat fainting incident “caused great concern of the printed media. Indian embassy announced a warning in the Indian businessman away from Yiwu. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei deniedIndian media said the report of the India Consulate General in Shanghai officials recently