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Sushma Swaraj seeks report from China mission on detained Indian businessman

India has sought  a report from the Indian embassy in Beijing regarding an Indian national who was detained in the Chinese city of Shenzhen.

World's biggest waste incineration plant planned in China

World's biggest waste incineration plant planned in China

By 2018, the three plants in total will be able to dispose 10,300 tonnes of waste every day, he added.

China makes five more arrests over deadly Shenzhen landslide

Chinese police have arrested five more officials of a company involved in a deadly landslide that buried 77 people last month, state news agency Xinhua said, taking the tally of arrests to 16.

China arrests 11 for deadly landslide, death toll now 12

China arrests 11 for deadly landslide, death toll now 12

Chinese authorities have formally arrested 11 people for their role in a deadly landslide last month in the southern boomtown of Shenzhen and charged them with negligently causing a serious accident, state news agency Xinhua said.

One China landslide survivors dies

One China landslide survivors dies

One of the people found alive today in the aftermath of a landslide in southern China has died, the local fire department said.

It's frightening! Landslide buries four-storey building in China – Watch

It's frightening! Landslide buries four-storey building in China – Watch

At least 91 people were missing after a huge mound of mud and construction waste collapsed at a business park in southern China and buried 33 buildings in the country`s latest industrial disaster.

China landslide: 91 missing, homes and factories collapse in Shenzhen

China landslide: 91 missing, homes and factories collapse in Shenzhen

The landslide in the city of Shenzhen was caused by the improper storage of waste soil from construction sites.

At least 59 missing as massive landslide hits China's Shenzhen

At least 59 missing as massive landslide hits China's Shenzhen

At least 59 people, including 23 women, were missing on Sunday after hundreds of tonnes of mud from a crumbling mountain engulfed 33 buildings.

27 missing as massive landslide hits China's Shenzhen

Regarded as one of China's worst urban disasters, 14 people were pulled out of the mountain of mud that engulfed vast area of the new industrial park in south China that borders Hong Kong.

China stocks jump as government restores faith

China stocks jump as government restores faith

Chinese stocks surged for a second day on Friday as a government rescue plan offered a respite from a month-long rout.

China stocks volatile, end mixed after previous day's tumble

China`s main stock market indexes ended a volatile Friday just about where they started it after the previous day`s sharp sell-off that led many to believe the red-hot bull market has paused for a correction.

Daredevils scale one of world's tallest structures in China

Daredevils have posted a heart- stopping video of them scaling one of the world's tallest buildings, currently under construction in the Chinese boom town of Shenzhen.

`We are all Chinese!` Mainlander anger over Hong Kong curbs

Living and working just a few hundred metres from Hong Kong, residents of neighbouring Chinese boomtown Shenzhen are infuriated by new restrictions on travel to the former British colony.

China to curb visits to Hong Kong by Shenzhen residents: NPC deputy

China will limit visits by residents of the city of Shenzhen to neighbouring Hong Kong, a politician and media said on Sunday, following recent tension in the former British colony over growing numbers of mainland visitors.

Simona Halep advances to Miami fourth round

Simona Halep advances to Miami fourth round

Third seed Simona Halep defeated Italy`s Camila Giorgi 6-4, 7-5 on Sunday to advance into the Miami Masters fourth round.

China sacks city police chief over slap-up salamander feast

 A police chief in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen has been sacked after colleagues roughed up a group of reporters who had tried to report on a group of officers feasting on a giant salamander, an endangered animal in China.

China official in corrupt World Student Games deals: Report

The security chief of the Chinese boom town of Shenzhen allegedly funnelled construction projects for the 2011 World Student Games worth hundreds of millions of dollars through his family, state-run media reported Wednesday.

Chinese police seize Ferraris from Hong Kong street racers

Chinese police seized a dozen supercars including Ferraris and McLarens and detained a group of middle-aged street racers from Hong Kong, some of whom were caught doing more than 250 kilometres per hour (155 mph), reports said Friday.

Singer married to China president's brother resurfaces

A Chinese army singer who mysteriously disappeared from public view six years ago has made a surprising reappearance in local media -- as the wife of the President Xi Jinping's brother.

Game entering new era say Stenson, Poulter

Golf is entering a new era, according to stars Henrik Stenson and Ian Poulter, with one player unlikely to dominate in the way Tiger Woods did during his prime.