Manmohan Singh sends farewell letters to various world leaders

As he prepares to demit office, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has written farewell letters to leaders of various countries, including US President Barack Obama, former Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Chinese leaders` kin stash riches in offshore holdings: Probe

Relatives of top Chinese leaders including President Xi Jinping and former premier Wen Jiabao have used offshore tax havens to hide their wealth, according to a mammoth investigation released Wednesday.

We both steered India-China ties steadily, Wen tells Manmohan

Former Chinese premier Wen Jiabao likened his long friendship with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and their steering their sometimes tense bilateral relations to two drivers.

Wen Jiabao to host lunch for Manmohan Singh

Former Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, who has met Manmohan Singh several times in the past will host a lunch in the honour of his old friend on Thursday.

China dismisses Pulitzer Prize for NYT story on Wen`s wealth

China on Tuesday dismissed the Pulitzer Prize winning New York Times story as a report published with "ulterior motives", which had accused former premier Wen Jiabao and his family of amassing a USD 2.7 billion wealth.

PM seeks joint mechanism with China on Chinese dams on Brahmaputra

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in his first meeting with new Chinese President Xi Jinping has sought a joint mechanism to assess the construction work on dams on Brahmaputra river in Tibet.

China’s new PM speaks to Manmohan Singh

Newly-installed Chinese Premier Li Keqiang spoke to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and both expressed a desire to work together to boost bilateral ties.

China`s inflation at 10 month high, pushed up by food prices

China`s annual consumer inflation rebounded to a 10-month high of 3.2 per cent in February fuelled by 6 per cent rise in food prices.

Wen regrets not stopping his family doing business

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao reportedly regretted for not stopping his children from doing business, which led to the allegations that his family accumulated $2.7 billion assets.

China`s Wen Jiabao bids farewell to people ahead of retirement

China`s outgoing Premier Wen Jiabao on Wednesday bid farewell to Chinese people, thanking them for giving him a chance to serve them and sought their forgiveness for any mistakes.

China hikes defence budget to USD 115.7 billion

China hiked its defence budget by a whopping 10.7 per cent to USD 115.7 billion, dwarfing India`s current defence spending of USD 37.4 bn, amid the communist giant`s military ambitions and territorial disputes with neighbours.

Xi Jinping to take over as China`s Parliament opens

China`s new leadership headed by Xi Jinping is all set to take over power to succeed outgoing President Hu Jintao and his team during the two-week annual session of the National People`s Congress.

China`s new leadership rules out political reforms

A top Chinese official on Monday firmly ruled out opening up China`s one-party system for political reforms, which outgoing Premier Wen Jiabao had last year said was a dire necessity for the Communist giant`s future.

Top CPC body to finalise China`s new Cabinet next week

The ruling Communist Party of China, headed by its new leader Xi Jinping, would meet next week to finalise a new Cabinet and administrative reforms.

Made great accomplishments but not perfect enough: Wen Jiabao

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said that while the country has made great achievements during his tenure, it was not "perfect enough".

NYT says victim of Chinese hackers, China denies

The New York Times said Chinese hackers have carried out sustained attacks on its computer systems after the paper`s expose of vast wealth amassed by Chinese PM`s family.

NYT claims Chinese hackers targeted its systems

The New York Times has revealed that over the last four months, it has been repeatedly attacked by Chinese hackers.

China expels NYT journo for exposing Jiabao’s family wealth

An Australian journalist working with The New York Times has been expelled from China in an apparent act of retaliation for reporting about the family wealth of former Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao.

India, China reach understanding on border talks

India and China have reached a "common understanding" on the progress made so far in their vexed border talks.

India, China agree on steps to boost strategic economic dialogue

India and China inked several agreements to take their strategic economic dialogue forward and to an enhanced level.The agreements were reached during Second India-China Strategic Economic Dialogue.