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China's former minister investigated for corruption
Beijing, July 29 : The Communist Party of China (CPC) Tuesday announced a probe into allegations of "grave violations of discipline" against former public security minister Zhou Yongkang, the highest-ranking official to be investigated in decades.
Nine killed in flash floods in China
Beijing, July 29 : Nine people have been killed in flash floods in southwest China's Yunnan province, the ministry of civil affairs said Tuesday.
Heavy casualties reported in China knife attack
Beijing, July 29 : Dozens of civilians were killed and a number of others injured in a knife attack in China, police said Tuesday.
IOC names Yao Ming as ambassador for Nanjing Youth Olympics
Geneva, July 29 : The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has named Yao Ming as the latest Ambassador for this summer's second Youth Olympic Games (YOG) taking place in Nanjing, China.
Man strangles lover's son to hide affair
Beijing, July 29 : A man in China strangulated his lover's son to death after the 12-year-old came to know of their extra marital affair.
China's yuan strengthens
Beijing, July 29 : The Chinese yuan strengthened 7 basis points to 6.1615 against the US dollar in its central parity Tuesday, according to the China Foreign Exchange Trading System.
China wants peace cooperation between UN, regional organisations
United Nations, July 29 : China has called for enhanced peacekeeping cooperation and coordination between the UN and regional organisations to maximise their respective advantages.
China launches Microsoft probe
Beijing, July 28 : China Monday launched an official investigation in the offices of Microsoft across the country for reasons not yet specified, media reports said.
Chinese search engine Baidu mulling Google-like 'self-driven' car
Washington, July 28 : Chinese search engine Baidu, widely known as Google of China, is reportedly planning its own 'self-driven' car, matching up with the tech giant Google.
China to produce its own 'Avatar'
Beijing, July 28 : China is preparing to produce its own 3D fantasy movie, based on romantic folklore, to make it an epic on par with the US blockbuster science-fiction movie "Avatar".
Chinese incursion will continue unless there is clear demarcation: ...
New Delhi, July 27 : Defence Expert Uday Bhaskar on Sunday said that incidents of Chinese incursion into India territory will continue unless there is a clear demarcation of border between India and China.
Typhoon Matmo claims 13 lives in China
Beijing, July 27 : Typhoon Matmo has killed 13 people in China and affected more than 2.5 million residents in at least eight provinces of the country.
Chinese gambit: On an ancient route to modern greatness
By Tarun Basu : People's Daily, China's iconic newspaper known to the world as the voice of the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC), is constructing in the heart of Beijing a 32-storey office tower that will have 140,000 square metres of working space with new-media ventures alone occupying seven ...
Typhoon Matmo kills 13 in China
Beijing, July 27 : Thirteen people have been killed and about 2.5 million civilians affected as Typhoon Matmo swept through eight provinces of China, officials said Sunday.
China's industrial profits up
Beijing, July 27 : Chinese industrial businesses saw their profits rise by 11.4 percent year-on-year in the first half of this year, official data showed Sunday.
China to boost infrastructure in Tibet
Beijing, July 26 : China has vowed to upgrade the transport infrastructure in Tibet and expand the existing network of rail, road and air routes within the next six years.
China executes a Japanese drug trafficker
Beijing, July 26 : China has executed a Japanese drug trafficker in the north-east city of Dalian.
BMW, Aston Martin to recall defective vehicles
Beijing, July 26 : BMW and Aston Martin Lagonda will recall autos in China over airbag and gearbox problems respectively, China's quality watchdog has said.
China pledges more support for Afghanistan's development
Kabul, July 26 : China would like to see a smooth transition of power in Afghanistan and will give more support for the country's reconciliation and economic development, China's newly-appointed Special Envoy for Afghan Affairs Sun Yuxi said here Friday.
China denounces British parliament's inquiry
Beijing, July 26 : China Friday urged Britain to stop interfering in Hong Kong affairs after a British parliamentary committee conducted an inquiry on the implementation of a Hong Kong joint declaration.
McDonald's Japan withdraws chicken products of Chinese origin
Tokyo, July 25 : The Japanese subsidiary of McDonald's Friday announced the withdrawal of all its chicken products sourced from China, following the expired meat scandal that led to the closure of Chinese meat processing firm Husi.
Cease 'activities' in Pakistani Kashmir, China told
New Delhi, July 25 : China has been told to cease its "activities" in Pakistani Kashmir, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley said Friday.
Arunachal, Kashmir are India's, China told
New Delhi, July 25 : India has clearly told China that Arunachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir "are integral and inalienable parts of India", Defence Minister Arun Jaitley said Friday.
Twin typhoons kill 64 in China
Beijing, July 25 : The toll in typhoon Rammasun in China has escalated to 62 with 21 people still missing, while typhoon Matmo has claimed two lives.
China under-20 star set for Botafogo move
Rio de Janeiro, July 25 : China under-20 playmaker Tang Shi has reportedly agreed a three-year contract with Brazilian football club Botafogo.
Typhoon Ramassun toll 62 in China
Beijing, July 25 : The number of people killed in typhoon Rammasun in China has escalated to 62 with 21 missing, officials said Friday.
China's yuan weakens
Beijing, July 25 : The value of the Chinese currency renminbi, or the yuan, weakened by 18 basis points to 6.1597 against the US dollar in its central parity Friday, authorities said.
China 'patka' row: Akal Takht seeks government intervention
Amritsar, July 24 : The Akal Takht, the highest temporal seat of Sikh religion, Thursday sought the intervention of the central government in the controversy over two Sikh players being forced to remove their 'patkas' (head kerchief) during an international basketball match in China recently.
India, China among top 'e-waste' dumping grounds amongst developed ...
Washington, July 24 : Scientists have revealed that developed countries dump quarter of their electronic waste or 'e-waste' into 7 developing countries including China, India and five West African countries; Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Benin and Liberia.
Akal Takht Jathedar terms turban incident shameful
Amritsar, July 24 : Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh today said that it was extremely shameful that two Sikh players were asked to remove their turbans on the basketball court in China.