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Baidu says in talks to invest in Zomato, BookMyShow

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Baidu is in talks to invest in Indian e-commerce start-ups including Zomato, BookMyShow and BigBasket, a spokesman for China's top online search provider said on Wednesday.

China firm buys US studio that made Godzilla

China’s Wanda Group on Tuesday bought US film studio Legendary Entertainment, producer of hits like Jurassic World and Godzilla, for $3.5 billion, turning its billionaire chairman Wang Jianlin into a

150 Chinese CEOs to attend India invest

Over 150 CEOs of prominent Chinese companies would attend an investment and business seminar in China’s financial capital Shanghai on Wednesday focussing on potential business initiatives in India.

India's trade deficit with China mounts to USD 44.87 in 2015

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This year China's exports went up to USD 58.25 billion while India's export to China was pegged at USD 13.38 billion.

‘Unbiased’ approach to India’s move at UN: China

China on Wednesday said it will adopt an “unbiased” approach to back any Indian move for a UN ban on Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammad blamed for the Pathankot airbase attack, months after

China reshuffles military offices in major reform

President Xi Jinping on Monday directed China’s 2.3 million-member armed forces to strictly follow the orders of the ruling Communist Party and focus on winning wars as he reorganised the military hea

Former China deputy security minister sentenced to 15 years: report

 Then vice minister of public security Li Dongsheng. (Photo: YouTube Video Grab)

Li went on trial at a court in Tianjin in October, charged with illegally accepting almost 22 million yuan worth of assets.

China says 500 people monitoring for radiation after North Korea test

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The ministry was testing air, soil and snow samples, and would continue to test and maintain their current emergency response mechanism.

China's Xi Jinping reorganises military headquarters structure

Chinese President Xi Jinping. (Photo: AFP)

The move is part of push to reassert absolute authority of party commission headed by Xi and modernise military's organisational structure.

It’s got to be the heat. We have been warned this is going to be a long, hot summer.

A fortnight ago, in this column I had described the wrangle between India and Pakistan in the icy wastes of the Siachen glacier. Today, let us examine another dispute between the two neighbours.