China draft law lets foreign NGOs open offices with govt OK

The Chinese legislature has amended a draft law on international non-governmental organisations to give them special permission to set up branches in China, after an earlier draft sparked concerns of a crackdown.

After Abe-Xi meeting, 2 Japan ministers visit war shrine

Two Japanese Cabinet ministers have visited a Tokyo shrine that honors the country's war dead including convicted war criminals, a day after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe held brief talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

China's Xi says backs fair, balanced agreement on Iran

Chinese President Xi Jinping told Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Thursday that China would push for a "fair and balanced" nuclear agreement, a day after talks resumed between Iran and the European Union.

Pak media hails Chinese investments as 'game-changer'

 Pakistan media today hailed the launch of the ambitious USD 46-billion economic corridor with China as "game-changer", as they gave extensive coverage to Chinese President Xi Jinping's maiden visit to the country.

Japanese PM Abe makes ritual offering at Yasukuni shrine

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe sent a ritual offering on Tuesday to a controversial Tokyo shrine for war dead, a senior spokesman said, a day before he hopes to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of a leaders` summit in Jakarta.

China orders military to keep barracks simple, guard against excess

China ordered its military on Tuesday to build barracks as simply and economically as possible and avoid using ostentatious or imported building materials, as part of a broader crackdown on graft and excess.

China-Pak friendship will be a shinning example: Official

 Terming Pakistan an "all weather" friend, China today said their ties will be a "shining example" for other neighbouring countries even as Chinese President Xi Jinping, who was expected to visit Islamabad for the National Day parade, gave it a miss.

China paper details "repentance letters" of corrupt officials

An official Chinese newspaper provided unusual details on Wednesday of the "repentance letters" officials sometimes write after being accused of corruption, shining a light on the murky process the government employs to fight a deep-seated problem.

Chinese, North Korean leaders to attend WWII anniversary in Moscow, says Russia

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Tuesday Chinese President Xi Jinping and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will attend celebrations in Moscow to commemorate the end of World War Two.

China's Parliament to convene amid anti-graft campaign

 Amid reports that 16 more generals were facing anti-corruption probe, China's annual Parliament will convene tomorrow and is likely to be overshadowed by the unprecedented campaign against corruption initiated by President Xi Jinping that has netted some top officials.

Macau casinos suffer worst year amid anti-graft push

The world`s gambling capital Macau saw its first annual decline in casino revenues in 2014, figures showed Friday, with a corruption crackdown by the Chinese government ending a decade of booming growth for the industry.

"Hong Kong`s first spy" dies in China

A former police officer accused of spying for communist China in one of the former British colony`s highest-profile espionage cases has died, according to reports Tuesday.

Hong Kong police clear last pro-democracy protest site

Hong Kong authorities arrested several pro-democracy activists on Monday as they cleared the last of three protest sites, marking the closure of demonstration camps in the city that have blocked streets for more than two months.

US, China announce `historic` climate accord
US, China announce `historic` climate accord

The United States and China on Wednesday announced an action plan on greenhouse emissions as part of a "historic" pact that was acclaimed by climate scientists but denounced by US Republicans as a job-killer.

Japan, China officials hold informal talks on preventing conflict

Chinese defence officials are meeting a Japanese delegation in Beijing this week for informal talks on preventing simmering territorial disputes from erupting into armed conflict, the talks` host said Monday.

India-China border standoff resolved, PLA troops to begin withdrawal today
India-China border standoff resolved, PLA troops to begin withdrawal today

India and China have resolved the standoff at the Ladakh border, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said on Thursday.

NE staff diktat: Cong seeks judicial probe, says IB probe "cover up"

Congress on Tuesday demanded a judicial probe into allegation that employees of northeast origin were asked to stay away during Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to a city hotel last week, saying the IB investigation ordered by the government was nothing but a "cover up".

Xi Jinping asks People's Liberation Army to be ready for 'regional war'
Xi Jinping asks People's Liberation Army to be ready for 'regional war'

Days after he returned from a visit to India, Chinese President Xi Jinping has directed the People's Liberation Army (PLA) to be combat ready to win a "regional war" while also demanding "absolute loyalty" from PLA's top brass.

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