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Obesity on rise in rural China: study
Beijing, May 1 : A new study has highlighted rising obesity rates among children in rural China.

China launches drunk driving crackdown
Beijing, May 1 : Chinese traffic police are on the lookout for drunk driving in a crackdown running until May 31.

97 telecom fraud suspects repatriated to China
Beijing, May 1 : Malaysian police repatriated 97 telecom fraud suspects, including 32 from Taiwan, to China, a media report said on Sunday.

China's non-manufacturing sector grows at slower pace
Beijing, May 1 : Business activity in China's non-manufacturing sector expanded at slower pace in April, official data showed on Sunday.

Nehru died due to shock of India-China war: Mulayam Singh
Etawah, (Uttar Pradesh), Apr.30 : In what may trigger a fresh controversy, Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Saturday said that India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru died due to 'shock' he suffered after 1962 India-China war, and not due to any disease.

Saina goes down to Yihan in Asia Championships semis
Wuhan (China), April 30 : Indian star Saina Nehwal crashed out against her fierce Chinese rival Yihan Wang in the semi-final of the Badminton Asia Championships here on Saturday.

Saina fails to break semis jinx at Badminton Asia C'ships
Wuhan (China), Apr.30 : Ace shuttler Saina Nehwal once again faltered at the semifinal stage as she suffered a straight game defeat at the hands of China's Wang Yihan in the women's singles event to draw curtains on Indian challenge at the Asia Badminton Championships here on Saturday.

Saina goes down to Yihan in Asia Championships semis
Wuhan (China), April 30 : Indian star Saina Nehwal crashed out against her fierce Chinese opponent Yihan Wang in the semifinal of the Badminton Asia Championships here on Saturday.

China hopes positive signals on bilateral ties from Japan
Beijing, Apr. 30 : Asserting that China-Japan relations are gradually stabilizing, but remain fragile, Senior Communist Party of China (CPC) official Liu Yunshan hoped that Tokyo could have a correct view of Beijing's development and send out positive signals on bilateral ties.

China's toughens law on sex-selective abortions
Beijing, April 30 : Individuals and organisations that conduct medically inessential prenatal sex discernment or sex-selective abortions will be fined up to 30,000 yuan (about USD 4,600), under a revised regulation taking effect from Sunday.

All-Chinese men's final at Asian Cup table tennis
Dubai, April 30 : China's Xu Xin and Zhang Jike won the semifinals at the 2016 Nakheel Table Tennis Asian Cup here.

China denies US aircraft carrier port call in Hong Kong
Hong Kong, Apr. 30 : China has refused to give entry to the U.S. aircraft carrier USS Stennis and accompanying naval vessels at Hong Kong port.

China, Japan FMs hold talks
Beijing, April 30 : Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida held talks in Beijing on Saturday in a bid to relieve tensions that have sparked mistrust between the world's second and third largest economies.

China cracks down on online porn videos
Beijing, April 30 : A group of internet video player service providers have been investigated and punished for spreading pornography in a nationwide crackdown, the anti-porn authority said.

No instances of incursions by Chinese troops into Indian territory: ...
New Delhi, Apr. 29 : There have been no instances of incursions by Chinese troops into Indian territory. There is no commonly delineated the Line of Actual Control (LAC) between India and China. There are areas along the border, including areas in Ladakh, where India and China have differing ...

'External forces should not interfere in South China Sea issue'
Beijing, April 29 : External forces should not interfere in the South China Sea issue, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday.

China Living Buddha database nearly complete
Beijing, April 29 : China is nearing completion of a Living Buddha database with biographies of over 1,300 Living Buddhas residing in the country which analysts said could strike a blow to the Dalai Lama.

Giant duck-billed dinosaur fossil sets world record
Beijing, April 29 : A fossilised skeleton of a hadrosaur or duck-billed dinosaur in China's Shandong province has been recognised by Guinness World Records as the "largest hadrosaurid skeleton on display".

No incursion by China, just transgressions: Parrikar
New Delhi, April 29 : There was no incursion by Chinese troops into Indian territory, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar told the Lok Sabha on Friday.

Shuttler Saina sails into Asia Championships semis
Wuhan, Apr.29 : Ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal has secured her place in the semifinals of the Badminton Asia Championships after edging past Wang Shixian of China in the women's singles event here on Friday.

Saina enters semis of Badminton Asia Championships
Wuhan (China), April 29 : Indian star Saina Nehwal defeated World No.5 Shixian Wang of China to enter the women's singles semi-finals at the Badminton Asia Championships here on Friday.

China told to cease construction in Pakistani Kashmir: Army
Jammu, April 29 : India has told China to case its reported construction activities in parts of Pakistani Kashmir, the Indian Army said on Friday.

Saina enters semis of Badminton Asia Championships
Wuhan (China), April 29 : Indian star Saina Nehwal defeated World No.5 Shixian Wang of China to enter the women's singles semi-finals at the Badminton Asia Championships here on Friday.

Tony Blair courted China for Saudi prince's oil firm
Washington, April 29 : Tony Blair obtained a "blessing" from Chinese leaders for a company owned by a Saudi prince to do business in Beijing as part of an arrangement that paid the former British prime minister's firm 41,000 pounds a month and a two percent commission on any multimillion-pound ...

China passes law to restrict foreign NGOs
Beijing, April 29 : China has passed a law that enables it to tighten its grip on foreign NGOs which have often been accused of meddling in its domestic affairs.

Transgender wisdom from a bear with a sore head (The Funny Side)
A woman was sacked for having short hair and wearing trousers to work. "They said I was gay," she complained to an unsympathetic labour tribunal in the city of Guiyang, southwest China.

China's migrant workforce declining, getting older
Beijing, April 29 : China's migrant workforce reached 277.5 million in 2015, an annual rise of 1.3 percent, but the year-on-year growth rate has been decreasing since 2011, according to the National Bureau of Statistics.

Chinese yuan strengthens
Beijing, April 29 : The central parity rate of the Chinese currency renminbi, or the yuan, strengthened 365 basis points to 6.4589 against the US dollar on Friday, according to the China Foreign Exchange Trading System.

Saina advances at Asian tourney
Wuhan (China), April 28 : Star Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal defeated Nitchaon Jindapol of Thailand in straight games in the pre-quarterfinals of the women's singles category at the Asia Badminton Championship here on Thursday.

Saina advances at Asian tourney
Wuhan (China), April 28 : Star Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal defeated Nitchaon Jindapol of Thailand in straight games in the pre-quarterfinals of the women's singles category at the Asia Badminton Championship here on Thursday.

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