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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

Xiaomi in trouble for misleading consumers

Chinese tech giant Xiaomi Corp

This is not the first time Xiaomi has been involved in a deceptive-advertising dispute

6 killed in China as letter bombs explode in multiple locations

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The explosions occurred in at least 13 locations

China slams Hillary’s remark on women rights

A Chinese government official said on Monday that Hillary Clinton was “biased” on women’s issues in China, while a newspaper compared the presidential hopeful to Donald Trump for her tweet saying it w

Asian stocks down ahead of China, US data

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The dollar declined to 120.34 yen from Friday's 120.66 yen

The unnecessary controversy about renaming Aurangzeb Road in New Delhi as Dr A.P.J.

It’s an old cliche to say that we live in two countries — India and Bharat. The distinction is generally made along the urban-rural divide.