Chinese Communist Party official jumps to death

A senior Chinese official of ruling Communist Party, apparently suffering from depression, today jumped to death in eastern Jiangsu Province.

'China concerned about domestic unrest in Xinjiang, Tibet'

China is likely to remain concerned about potential unrest or terrorist acts in Xinjiang and Tibet regions leading to renewed human rights abuses, a top American offical told lawmakers here on Thursday who expressed concern over massive Chinese military modernisation.

Sr Chinese Communist Party official meets Amit Shah

 BJP president Amit Shah on Sunday met a top official of the Chinese Communist Party and exchanged views with him for enhancing the dialogue between the two parties.

Eagerly looking forward to China visit: PM Modi to Chinese leader

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said he was eagerly looking forward to his visit to China in May during a call-on by senior Chinese Communist Party leader Wang Jiarui here.

Senior Chinese party official dismissed from post

A senior Chinese Communist Party official who was a close aide to former President Hu Jintao has been removed from his post, state media said Wednesday, amid a corruption investigation.

Chinese President's 'Xi Dada Loves Peng Mama' video goes viral

A rare romantic video showing the blossoming love story of Chinese President Xi Jinping and his celebrity wife Peng Liyuan including photographs of their cherished moments from their visit to Gujarat has gone viral online.

Former party boss of China's Guangzhou accused of extortion

The former Chinese Communist Party boss of the southern city of Guangzhou has been expelled from the party after being accused of extortion, bribery and "visiting private clubs", state media said on Thursday, the latest official to fall in an anti-graft campaign.

Hong Kong students kick off class boycott to demand greater democracy

Thousands of students braved sweltering heat in Hong Kong on Monday to demand greater democracy as they launched a week-long boycott of classes, underscoring a restive younger generation`s determination to challenge the Chinese Communist Party. 

China general`s ousting tightens Xi`s grip on military: Experts

The Chinese Communist Party`s dramatic expulsion of a former top general -- the most senior figure to fall in President Xi Jinping`s anti-corruption campaign -- is an assertion of political control over the powerful and wealthy military, analysts say.

Hong Kong rallies for democracy as govt says `doing its utmost`

Pro-democracy protesters gathered for a mass march in Hong Kong on Tuesday, with one burning a photograph of the city`s leader and another calling for him to be sacked, in what could be the biggest challenge to Chinese Communist Party rule in more than a decade.

New princeling makes debut in Chinese Communist Party

Continuing the princeling era in China`s ruling Communist Party, the US-educated grandson of late paramount leader Deng Xiaoping, has made his debut as a highest ranking official in a southern county.

Wary China keeps close watch as Tiananmen anniversary arrives

Twenty-five years ago, Wang Nan took his camera and headed out to Beijing`s Tiananmen Square, where tens of thousands of people had gathered calling for democratic reforms.

Chinese Communist Party official sacked over sex scandal

A senior Communist Party school official in northwest China`s Shaanxi province has been dismissed from his post.

Widow of China`s purged leader dies at age 95

The widow of a former Chinese Communist Party chief ousted after the 1989 Tiananmen Square pro-democracy protests has died at age 95.

Chinese Communist Party plans to establish its branch in space

Party membership is a prerequisite for success in China in all walks of life, including the space.

Mao`s rare photo fetches USD 55,300 in auction

A rare photo of Mao Zedong, Chinese Communist Party icon, has been sold for USD 55,300 at an auction signifying his continuing popularity in China, 27 years after his death.

Photo surfaces of China first lady serenading Tiananmen troops

A photo of China`s first lady Peng Liyuan in younger days, singing to martial-law troops following 1989 bloody military crackdown on pro-democracy protesters, flickered across Chinese cyberspace.

Chinese Communist Party holds key meet to finalise new Cabinet

As China`s Communist Party prepares to form a brand new government early next week.

Top Chinese Communist Party leader faces graft probe: Report

A top Chinese leader is under investigation for corruption, a media report said Saturday.

Chinese media protests against censorship; CPC unfazed

China`s ruling Communist Party has asserted its "absolute and unshakable" control over media organs.