All you should know about NIO‬, ‪Tesla Model X‬, ‪Tesla Motors‬, ‪Electric car‬s from China! Explains Trending 

All you should know about NIO‬, ES8, ‪Tesla Model X‬ and ‪Electric car‬s from China!

RTIwala Team Explains Why NIO‬, ‪Tesla Model X‬, ‪Tesla Motors‬ are trending and everything you should know about Electric cars from Chinese Manufacturers. Hardly there’s any car lover who doesn’t know about Elon Musk’s Tesla Company and their Electric cars. In this article, we’re going to share something more about it and it’s Chinese Rival. First, tell us something about NIO? Okay, here we go! NIO  earlier know as formerly NextEV, is a global start-up based in China, designing and developing high-performance, premium electric, autonomous vehicles. NIO was founded by the…

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Doklam Issue Resolved: What, Why and How?

RTIwala Explains the Doklam Issue: India and China were engaged in a 73-day-long tussle in Doklam. The standoff ended on August 28 with mutual understanding after China halted the construction of the road. The 73-day-long Doklam standoff was “safely resolved” after several rounds of talks with India, a top Chinese military official said. People’s Liberation Army (PLA) official Liu Fang cited it as an example of how the Chinese military is trying to resolve issues through dialogue mechanisms with different countries. On 16 June 2017, the Chinese military attempted to…

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RTIwala Trending China's Warning ahainstDalai Lama Explains Trending 

China’s Warning To The World: What It Means?

RTIwala Trending Dalai Lama: A major uprising raised by the Chinese officials as a warning has come up. China considers the Dalai Lama, who fled into exile in India in 1959 to be a dangerous separatist. After a failed uprising against Chinese rule, Dalai Lama took exile in Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, India. Beijing said it would consider it a “major offense” if any country or foreign leader hosts or meets the Nobel Peace Prize-winning monk. Visits by the Dalai Lama to foreign countries infuriate China. Over this raised warning, fewer and…

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