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China stocks fall again on Tuesday
Beijing, July 28 : Chinese shares dropped again on Tuesday following Monday's collapse and regulators' promise of support for the market.
Fake iPhone factory busted in China
Beijing, July 28 : Police in China's capital city of Beijing busted a factory that produced over 41,000 fake Apple iPhones, the media reported on Tuesday.
Chinese student detained in Iraq freed
Beijing, July 28 : A Chinese college student detained in Iraq has been freed, officials said on Tuesday.
China vows market stability after largest single-day drop
Beijing, July 28 : China has vowed to stabilise its stock markets after the share prices on the Shanghai Stock Exchange plunged on Monday, the largest single-day drop since June 2007.
Chinese shares slump on Tuesday
Beijing, July 28 : Chinese stocks opened much lower on Tuesday following Monday's collapse and the regulators' promise of support for the market.
Chinese Sudoku enthusiasts create world record
Beijing, July 27 : Two hundred young enthusiasts in China set a Guinness World Record by successfully solving the largest multi-Sudoku puzzle in the world, a media report said on Monday.
China unveils logo for World War II commemoration
Beijing, July 27 : The Chinese government on Monday unveiled a logo to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the second World War.
China to expand oldest Buddhist temple
Beijing, July 27 : Authorities are set to expand China's oldest Buddhist temple located in Henan province.
BG China stocks nosedive
Beijing, July 27 : Chinese shares nosedived on Monday, in the biggest single-day fall in over eight years.
11 miners rescued in China 40 hours after mine cave-in
Beijing, July 27 : All the 11 workers trapped inside a mine in China's Yunnan Province have been rescued about 40 hours after a cave-in occurred, local authorities said.
Death toll from Mogadishu hotel explosion rises to 15
Beijing, July 27 : The death toll from a suicide car bomb explosion at the entrance of a hotel in the Somali capital of Mogadishu has risen to 15, police said.
Social media a marriage killer in China: Experts
Beijing, July 26 : While social media was designed to bring people together, it can sometimes drive them apart -- more Chinese people are switching their status from married to single and social media could be responsible, say experts.
Honda recalls 742,493 vehicles in China
Beijing, July 25 : Japanese automaker Honda Motor Co. Ltd. will recall 742,493 vehicles in China due to airbag problems, China's quality watchdog said on Saturday.
Chinese firm busted for mass-producing fake iPhones
Beijing, July 25 : Police in China have cracked down on a Beijing-based company which allegedly made more than 40,000 fake Apple iPhones worth about USD 19.6 million, a media report said on Saturday.
China announces plans to create fair competition review mechanism
Beijing, July 25 : China's Commerce Minister Zhang Mao has said that the government will soon introduce fair competition reviews into its industrial policy.
China to provide eight submarines to Pak in largest-ever defence deal
Karachi, July 24 : China is to provide eight submarines to Pakistan in a multi-billion dollar deal, which is touted to be the largest-ever defence contract signed by Beijing with any nation so far.
China's internet users zoom to 668 million
Beijing, July 24 : The number of people using the internet in China has galloped to 668 million - and most use their mobile phones for access - the authorities said.
`Struggling` Bolt `not worried` to face `in-form` Gatlin at World ...
London, July 24 : Six-time Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt has insisted that he is 'not worried' to face in-form American sprinter Justin Gatlin at next month's World Championships in Beijing.
Don't demonise state-owned enterprises: Chinese daily
Beijing, July 24 : It is unfair to demonise state-owned enterprises as they contribute 70 percent of China's total tax revenue and 30 percent of the GDP, a state-run Chinese daily said on Friday.
China's urban unemployment edges down
Beijing, July 24 : China's registered unemployment rate in urban areas stood at 4.04 percent by the end of June, edging down from the 4.05 percent seen by March, authorities said on Friday.
Chinese yuan strengthens
Beijing, July 24 : The central parity rate of the Chinese currency renminbi, or the yuan, strengthened by 3 basis points to 6.1169 against the US dollar on Friday, authorities said.
Over 7 million jobs created in China
Beijing, July 24 : Over 7 million jobs were created in China's urban areas in the first half of the year, authorities said on Friday.
Chinese navy conducts drill in South China Sea
Beijing, July 23 : The Chinese navy kicked off a 10-day military training exercise in the South China Sea amid heightened tensions in the region, a media report said.
China exotica: Of Spartan moves and drone pilots
Beijing, July 23 : The movie "300" has apparently made quite an impact in China, wherein 300 Spartans overcame an army a thousand times larger led by Persian "God-King" Xerxes.
After 30 years, power consumption growth slows in China
Beijing, July 23 : For the first time in 30 years, energy-hungry China is seeing its slowest growth in power consumption.
China mulls allowing second child for all couples
Beijing, July 23 : China, the world's most populous country which once strictly followed the one-child norm, is now considering allowing a second child for all couples.
Chinese stocks open mixed on Thursday
Beijing, July 23 : Chinese stocks opened mixed on Thursday with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index down 0.09 percent to open at 4,022.27 points.
China says Japan's 'malicious' defence review will impact peace, ...
London, July 22 : A day after Japan strongly criticised Chinese land reclamation activities and offshore platforms in disputed East China Sea in its annual defence report, Beijing has termed the report 'malicious and misleading,' saying that the report will have a detrimental impact on 'peace and ...
In Ling's expulsion, China sends out veiled warning to others
Beijing, July 22 : The phrase "violation of political rules" in the announcement on former top political advisor Ling Jihua's expulsion is rare and experts interpreted it as a warning to all Party members not to cross the line.
China starts building its largest solar plant
Beijing, July 22 : China has begun constructing its largest solar power plant spread over 2,550 hectares in the Gobi desert.