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China’s March exports shrink 15 per cent in shock fall

China’s export sales contracted 15 per cent in March while import shipments fell at their sharpest rate since the 2009 global financial crisis, a shock outcome that deepens concern about sputtering Ch

Beijing, Obama war of words on South China Sea

Beijing hit back Friday at US President Barack Obama’s criticism of Chinese construction in the disputed South China Sea, arguing that it is Washington that has greater military “muscle”.

China plans Nepal rail link through Everest

China plans to build a 540-kilometre strategic high-speed rail link between Tibet and Nepal passing through a tunnel under Mt.

China mounts defence of South Sea reclamation

China on Thursday sketched out plans for the islands it is creating in the disputed South China Sea, saying they would be used for military defence as well as to provide civilian services that would b

PM Modi to do a Madison Square in Shanghai

PM Narendra Modi to do a Madison Square in Shanghai

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will do a repeat of his Madison Square Garden act during his May visit to China that will make him the first Indian leader to address the Communist nation’s burgeoning Ind

China: Can link Silk Road plan with Mausam

Ahead of this week’s annual defence dialogue, China has expressed its readiness to work with India to link its ambitious Maritime Silk Road plans with India’s “Mausam” project in a bid to address New

In China, body donors don’t need family consent

Faced with severe shortage of cadavers in medical schools, a major city in China has passed a new regulation to allow body donors to bypass the mandatory family consent provision in the law.

Over 30 cabbies attempt mass suicide in China

More than 30 taxi drivers were hospitalised after apparently drinking pesticide during a protest in central Beijing over a dispute with authorities, the police said on Saturday.

China’s ex-security czar charged with graft

Zhou Yongkang

Breaking decades-old practice of not prosecuting retired top communist party leaders, China on Friday charged its former security czar Zhou Yongkang with bribery, abuse of power and leaking state secr

China: Myanmar apologised over border bombing

Myanmar officially apologised on Thursday for a cross-border aerial bombing that left five Chinese citizens dead in March, Beijing’s foreign ministry said.

The Narendra Modi government has suspended the registration of Greenpeace India under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act, 2010, (FCRA) for 180 days, preventing it from receiving any foreign funds

The Hindu Council UK has prepared its own “manifesto”, a list of demands submitted to political parties ahead of next month’s elections in the United Kingdom.