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China orders tighter mail security following mail bombings

The explosions hit a hospital, markets, a shopping mall, a bus station and several government buildings. (Photo: AP)

The order follows a series of 18 explosions in the southern region of Guangxi

Tropical storm bears down on south China's Hainan island

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Heavy rain is expected for the island as well as neighbouring Guangdong province

Fresh blast rocks China a day after17 blasts

A fresh explosion rocked a Chinese town on Thursday, a day after 17 parcel bombs killed at least seven people and wounded scores more, state media reported.

Suspect hired street vendors to deliver parcel bombs in China

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'It was a premeditated and planned criminal act, aimed at creating public panic during...

China marks Martyrs’ Day at Tiananmen Square


Chinese Premier Li Keqiang with President Xi Jinping during a reception at the Great Hall of the People on the eve of the October 1 National Day holiday in Beijing on Wednesday. — AP

IT firms join to break China wall

In a path-breaking initiative, top five Indian IT companies have for the first time formed a consortium to break into the highly-regulated Chinese IT market and to win big-ticket projects planned by

7 killed, 51 injured by 15 letter bombs in China

Seven people were killed on Wednesday when 15 suspected letter bombs exploded in southern China, state media said, with blasts reported in more than ten locations including government offi-ces.

Chinese court charges 10 mired in OSI meat scandal

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OSI is a food supplier group that is involved in a controversy for selling expired meat

Infosys China CEO becomes first Indian to get top Shanghai award

Rangarajan Vellamore, CEO Infosys China (Photo: Facebook)

He has been awarded for his contributions to the development of IT industry in Shanghai

Plenty of ink has been spilt on the Prime Minister’s recent visit to California where he received a resounding reception from people of Indian origin and from executives at the helm of some of the wor

Mohammad Akhlaq’s horrific killing in Dadri, in western Uttar Pradesh, just outside Delhi, is an act of infamy.