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Boycott hasn’t hit sales: China media

Calls for boycott of Chinese goods in India following China’s opposition to a UN ban on JeM chief Masood Azhar have failed as sales of Chinese products in the country hit a record high during the fest

‘Iron brothers’ eye new ties after Uri attack

Lieutenant General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, who is one of the leading contenders to become the next chief of the Pakistan Army, has held talks with a senior Chinese military official, becoming the first

Andy Murray inches closer to no 1

Britain’s Andy Murray (right) chats with Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria after winning the China Open final in Beijing. -AFP

Andy Murray took Novak Djokovic’s China Open crown at the weekend, but that’s not all that the Scot is after as he closes in on the Serb’s number one ranking.

Water war imaginary: China

Playing down official media reports mooting a mechanism to share Brahmaputra river waters with India, China said on Monday that Beijing and New Delhi have "effective" cooperation to share data of the

‘China dam won’t affect India’

Justifying its move to blockade a tributary of the Brahmaputra to construct a dam, China sought to allay apprehensions that it would affect the river flow into India, claiming that there will be no ad

China relaxes FDI rules to counter slowdown


China on Sunday liberalised rules of entry for foreign firms and announced new measures for them to access its domestic vast market, making a fresh pitch for FDI to reinvigorate the world’s second lar

China Open: Agnieszka Radwanska reigns

Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland strikes a pose with the trophy on Sunday. (Photo: AP)

Agnieszka Radwanska beat Johanna Konta in straight sets to take the title at the China Open in a chilly Beijing Sunday, denying the Briton her biggest career crown.

5 lakh elderly go missing in China annually

At least, five lakh old people, a majority of them women, go missing every year in China due to inadequate medicare and migration of their children to cities, according to a survey released on Sunday.

China plans midnight internet ban


Children in China could be banned from playing online games after midnight under a new rule designed to combat Internet addiction amid rising concerns over mushrooming military style “boot camps” trea

China Open: Breaking barriers


Agnieszka Radwanska en route to her China Open semi-final win over Elina Svitolina in Beijing on Saturday. (Photo: AP)

Udan — the new regional air connectivity scheme — is not likely to get the aam aadmi to fly, but it will correct the historical wrong done to the air transport business in India.

Hitler lent dignity and prestige to the German government within a short time by establishing a strong administrative setup. He created the vast state of Greater Germany.