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Krishnapatnam Port, Maersk launche weekly mainline service to China
Hyderabad, Aug 29 : Krishnapatnam, India's largest all-weather, deep water port on the east coast, on Monday launched its weekly mainline service to China
China urges restraint on North Korea's missile launch
Beijing, Aug 29 : China on Monday called on all parties concerned to maintain restraint and remain calm over the ballistic missile launch by North Korea last week.
Baloch activists to protest in Germany on Tuesday
New Delhi, Aug 29 : Following their agitation against rights abuses and the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), Baloch activists will on Tuesday stage protests in three German cities to mark the International Day of the Disappeared.
Himachal will assist in setting up airfield along China border: CM
Shimla, Aug 29 : Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh on Monday said the state would assist the defence forces if they were is keen to set up an airfield in the forward areas along the international border with China.
CPEC to be game-changer for Pak, entire region: PM Sharif
Islamabad [Pakistan], Aug. 29 : Hailing the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday said that the project would not only serve as a "game-changer" for Islamabad, but also for the entire region by helping it rid of deprivation and bringing peace and ...
China moves step closer to tax on pollutants
Beijing, Aug 29 : The Chinese government offered a draft environment tax law to the legislature for a first reading on Monday, taking the country a step closer to a national tax on pollutants from business activities.
CPEC economic corridor game changer for Pakistan, region: Nawaz Sharif
Islamabad, Aug 29 : Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday said the $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is not only a "game-changer" for Pakistan but would help bring prosperity to the entire region.
CPEC row: Congress calls on PM Modi to question China over 'threat'
New Delhi [India], Aug. 29 (ANI): With a think tank from Beijing stating that China would have to get involved if India threatens the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in Balochistan, the Congress on Monday called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi to question the Chinese Government over the ...
China-Pak Economic Corridor will not benefit locals in the region: ...
New Delhi [India], Aug 29 (ANI): With Baloch and Sindhi leaders protesting against the ongoing China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in Balochistan outside the Chinese Embassy in London, Defence Expert P. K. Sehgal on Monday said that under no circumstances will the people permit the corridor to ...
Baloch, Sindhi leaders hold joint protest against CPEC in London
London, Aug. 29 : Baloch and Sindhi leaders held a joint protest against the ongoing China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in Balochistan outside the Chinese Embassy in London.
China revises law on marine environment protection
Beijing, Aug 29 : China's top legislature on Monday reviewed a draft amendment to the Marine Environment Protection Law, imposing more severe penalties for pollution.
China's first driverless subway line to launch in 2017
Beijing, Aug 29 : China's first driverless subway line in Beijing is expected to start operations by the end of 2017, authorities said on Monday.
Top Chinese legislature reviews Paris Agreement on climate change
Beijing, Aug 29 : China's top legislature started to convene its bi-monthly session on Monday, reviewing the proposal to review and ratify the Paris Agreement on climate change and other matters.
British PM to put stamp on Brexit before G20 summit
London, Aug 29 : As Britian Prime Minister Theresa May prepares to head to China for the upcoming G20, she will first hold a critical cabinet meeting with her top ministers at Chequers -- the country retreat home for British Prime Ministers, a media report said.
10 killed in south China bus accident
Beijing, Aug 28 : Ten people were killed when a bus overturned on a highway in southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang region on Sunday.
'China will get involved if India foments trouble in Balochistan'
By Gaurav Sharma, Beijing, Aug 28 : China will have "to get involved" if any Indian "plot" disrupts the $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in restive Balochistan, an influential Chinese think tank has warned India.
UML asks govt for rationale behind sending special envoys to India ...
Kathmandu, Aug. 28 : The opposition Communist Party of Nepal (UML) on Sunday questioned the logic behind the government decision to send two deputy prime ministers as special envoys of the Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal to India and China.
Secretary tourism visits China to attract Chinese investment in ...
New Delhi, Aug 28 : In a bid to attract Chinese investment in India's Tourism sector, Vinod Zutshi, Secretary, Ministry of Tourism visited Shanghai on Saturday.
Jaitley stresses on credible dispute resolution mechanism among BRICS
New Delhi, Aug 27 : Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday called for a larger economic and trade cooperation, including goods and services, among the Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) member nations for achieving higher growth in the globally challenging environment.
'China getting interested in political developments in countries ...
Agartala, Aug 27 : China, which earlier provided support to terrorists in northeast India, is now trying to get involved in political developments in the countries adjoining India, security experts from India and Bangladesh said here.
South African pilot dies in plane crash during flight show in China
Lanzhou [China], Aug. 27 : A South African pilot was killed after his aerobatic aircraft XA42 plummeted to the ground during a flight show in northwest China's Gansu Province on Saturday.
China's Olympic medallists land in Hong Kong for three-day visit
Hong Kong, Aug 27 : China's Olympic medallists along with a 64-member delegation led by Minister of the General Administration of Sports Liu Peng landed in Hong Kong on Saturday for a three-day trip to the city, which includes sports demonstrations, a visit to an elderly people's home and meetings ...
China aims to reduce logistics costs
Beijing, Aug 27 : China aims to reduce the cost of its logistics sector to alleviate the burden on companies and improve their business environment, the Ministry of Transport said on Saturday.
India U-16 women footballers taking inspiration from Sindhu, Sakshi
Wei Fang (China), Aug 26 : The Indian Under-16 women footballers, who landed here for the forthcoming AFC Qualifiers, on Friday said they have taken inspiration from Rio Olympics medallists P.V. Sindhu and Sakshi Malik.
Nepal to give top priority to enhancing ties with India and China
Kathmandu, Aug 26 : Nepal's new Foreign Minister Prakash Sharan Mahat on Friday said his country will accord top priority to enhancing relations and trust with neighbours India and China.
Myanmar president's India visit: Balancing ties with China
New Delhi, Aug 26 : With Myanmar President U Htin Kyaw arriving on a four-day visit to India from Saturday on the heels of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's day-long visit to that country on Monday, Yangon is seeking to find some kind of a balance in its ties between two large neighbours, ...
'Trump's tariff plan would spark another war with China'
Beijing, Aug 26 : Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's proposal to slap tariffs on Chinese exports to the US would renew a damaging trade war between the world's two largest economies, said analysts.
Highway still being built despite China's Great Wall damage
Beijing, Aug 26 : A provincial highway in China's Shaanxi province is still under construction, despite reports that it has damaged three sections of the Great Wall.
Hope India can do more for peace, says China over BrahMos deployment
Beijing, Aug 25 : China on Thursday hoped India could do "more" to maintain peace and stability on the border areas "rather than the contrary", following reports that New Delhi plans to deploy BrahMos missiles along its boundary with Beijing.
China's latest paranoia: Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift
Hong Kong, Aug.25 : While blind activist Chen Guangcheng, lawyer Zhou Shifeng and publisher Lee Bo might have a lot in common - as persons being hounded by the Communist Party leadership in China, what do they have in common with Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift? This group has now fallen on the wrong ...