Partners, Not Foes
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh wrapped up his official visit to China in late October, following a visit to India by his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang in May. China and India are no adversaries, but rather strategic partners. The two countries now share identical or similar stands on a wide range of global and regional issues.
Singh's China Legacy

For the 81-year-old Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, the latest trip to Beijing would possibly be the last for him in visiting China as India's government head. However, with nine agreements signed on not only economic cooperation, but also cultural exchanges as well as border security, it will surely contribute to his China legacy.

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Profile: Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
1932 Born in Gah, west Punjab (now in Pakistan)

1956 Wins Cambridge University's prestigious Adam Smith prize

1960s-1970s Serves in Punjab University and the Delhi School of Economics as a lecturer

1966 to 1969 Serves with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

1980s and early 1990s Serves as chief economic advisor and finance secretary in the government, before becoming governor of the Reserve Bank of India and then deputy chairman of the Planning Commission and chairman of the University Grants Commission

2004 Sworn in as India's 13th prime minister
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