China's state media today accused more than two dozen human rights lawyers rounded up in recent days of being troublemakers intent on illegal activism, as foreign governments and rights groups expressed growing concern over the crackdown.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi left behind a "thirsty" and "frustrated" Bangladesh as the two countries could not reach an accord on the Teesta river water sharing issue during his visit to Dhaka, Chinese official media said today.
A Chinese newspaper with close ties to the ruling Communist Party on Monday condemned the assassination of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, saying it severely damaged the country`s body politic.
Chinese media and angry relatives of the victims of the New Year's Eve stampede at Shanghai's iconic waterfront area on Friday criticised the government's failure to prevent the tragedy that killed 36 people and injured 49 others, marring the gleaming financial hub's image.
China and Russia are considering building a high-speed rail line thousands of kilometres from Moscow to Beijing that would cut the journey time from six days on the celebrated Trans-Siberian to two, Chinese media reported on Friday.
China has greater development potential compared to India as the Chinese one-party system is highly effective in decision-making in contrast to India's, according to an article in a state-run Chinese daily.
Terming US efforts to woo Prime Minister Narendra Modi after denying him a visa as "quite ludicrous," an article in the Chinese state-run media on Sunday said America plans to revitalise its relations with India to boost its China containment policy.
Grievances might loom over Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first visit to the US and it will not be as fruitful as Chinese President Xi Jinping's maiden visit to India, a state-run daily here said Tuesday.
A leading Chinese daily Thursday praised the "less formal itinerary" of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Ahmedabad Wednesday, calling it an exceptional departure from tradition with potential to set a positive tone for Sino-Indian ties.
Anti-China atmosphere in India is easing since Prime Minister Narendra Modi took over and bilateral ties have "rosy prospects" in view of Chinese President Xi Jinping`s forthcoming state visit to the country, an article in the official media here said Monday.
Keeping a close tab on Narendra Modi`s visit to Nepal, where China has increased its presence significantly in recent years, the Chinese official media on Monday said the Indian Prime Minister has done a lot to win hearts despite failure to clinch the power agreements.
Hong Kong`s leader hit back Tuesday at Chinese media criticism of an unofficial democracy poll in the city, softening his stance after turnout far exceeded organisers` expectations with more than 700,000 voting so far.
China and India are strategic partners and not rivals and they should put aside differences on thorny issues like border dispute and carry forward with the good momentum in bilateral ties, official Chinese media said on Monday.
China`s official media here today in a rare gesture extended its biggest coverage to an Indian political event projecting Narendra Modi`s takeover as Prime Minister as a harbinger of "big boost" to China-India relations.