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China warns Australia on defence ties with Japan

China urged Australia on Wednesday to take into account the feelings of Asian countries as Sydney contemplates buying a fleet of submarines from Japan in a deal worth as much as $29 billion.

China to relocate people for world's largest telescope

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Each resident will receive 12,000 yuan (USD 1,800) in compensation from the government's eco-migration bureau.

China moves 10 chemical plants after explosion review

A window shattered by the shockwaves frames the site of an explosion at a warehouse

State media reports said the Work Safety Bureau of Tianjin's Binhai New Area reviewed 583 chemical firms and found problems at 85.

China exports, imports slump in January: Customs

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Tremors in overseas markets and weakness in partner economies have weighed on the Asian giant.

US missile system in South Korea would hurt China's interests: Beijing

 Washington and Seoul will begin talks about the Terminal High Altitude Area Defence System (THAAD). (Photo: AFP)

Beijing argues that the THAAD deployment would trigger an arms race in the region.

China uproar over US plaza name

A Chinese nationalist newspaper said American politicians are resorting to petty actions following unanimous approval by the Senate for a bill to rename the plaza in front of the Chinese embassy in Wa

China warns US, India over South China Sea

China on Thursday responded to a Reuters report that the US and India are discussing joint naval patrols in the disputed South China Sea, warning that interference from countries outside the region th

Beijing supports Hong Kong after New Year violence

 A rioter tries to throw a litter bin at police on a street in Mong Kok district of Hong Kong. (Photo: AP)

Protesters hurled bricks at police and set fire to rubbish bins in Mong Kok, 64 people have been arrested.

China: Communist party doles out cash

China’s Communist Party has found a new way to court technology-savvy web users, setting phrases by President Xi Jinping as the password for electronic “red envelopes” of online cash offered ahead of

China governor fired for 'disloyalty' as Xi tightens grip

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Accusations appear to show expansion of Xi's anti-corruption campaign to include those who fail to profess fealty to his leadership.

It is sad to see a great institution crumble. The Congress is more than just a political party.

As maiden victories — like first love — always remain etched in the mind for long, it would be unfair to grudge Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his party the joys of a runaway win in Assam.