'China arrests thousands in porn, gambling crackdown'

 China has detained over 30,000 people during a two-month clamp down on pornography and gambling, state news agency Xinhua reported on Sunday.

Xi warns Hong Kong and Macau in `one China` message
Xi warns Hong Kong and Macau in `one China` message

 Chinese President Xi Jinping warned Hong Kong and Macau on Saturday to remember they are part of "one China", as pro-democracy campaigners in both semi-autonomous territories call for free leadership elections.

Wife makes plea for jailed China rights lawyer to Xi

The wife of a prominent Chinese human rights lawyer arrested in June has written an open letter to President Xi Jinping pleading for his release, voicing concern over the "inhuman torture" he faced in prison.

Macau democracy leader says he's being watched before Xi visit

A Macau pro-democracy leader on Tuesday said he is being "watched" by authorities before a visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping, amid reports that Hong Kong students had been blocked from entering the territory.

Macau democracy leader says he`s being watched before Xi visit

A Macau pro-democracy leader said Tuesday he is being "watched" by authorities before a visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping, amid reports that Hong Kong students had been blocked from entering the territory.

China jails businesswoman in railway graft case for 20 years

A Beijing court sentenced a well-known businesswoman, who had ties to a disgraced former railways minister, to 20 years in jail on Tuesday for corruption, saying she was guilty of bribery and illegally running a business.

China official admits millions in jade bribes: Report

A former senior Chinese provincial official told a court he took around 13 million yuan ($2.1 million) in bribes consisting largely of precious stones, state-run media reported Tuesday.

China official admits millions in jade bribes: Report

A former senior Chinese provincial official told a court he took around 13 million yuan ($2.1 million) in bribes consisting largely of precious stones, state-run media reported Tuesday.

Clear up 'bad influence' left by corrupt generals: Xi Jinping

President Xi Jinping on Monday warned Chinese military officials to "not cross the line" and cautioned them against the "bad influence" left by disgraced army generals being prosecuted for serious corruption charges.

China for more cultural exchanges, says consul general

More cultural exchange between India and China would bring people closer to each other, a senior official of the Chinese government said here on Monday

Chemistry between Modi, Xi highlights friendship: Envoy

The "chemistry" between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping during the latter`s September visit exemplifies the friendship between the two nations and the niggling issues of boundary dispute and trade imbalance would be solved once "favourable conditions" are created, a top Chinese official said here Saturday.

China marks 77th anniversary of Nanjing massacre

Chinese President Xi Jinping and other leaders on Saturday participated in the 77th anniversary of the Nanjing massacre amid a drive to revive memories of the Japanese invasion.

Set aside hate, China's Xi says on Nanjing Massacre anniversary

China and Japan should set aside hatred and not allow the minority who led Japan to war to affect relations now, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Saturday, as the country marked its first national memorial day for the Nanjing Massacre.

China to send first anti-graft investigators to Parliament

The anti-corruption watchdog of China`s ruling Communist Party said on Friday it would send investigators to the country`s Parliament for the first time ever, in a demonstration of the party`s dominance over the organs of state.

'India shouldn't expect border concessions from China'

India should do away with "misconceptions" like China will make "concessions" to settle the border dispute and invest its huge foreign reserves in the country, an article in state-run daily here has said.

China developing military to address ''changed national security situation''

China has stepped up development of military equipment system to build a modern Army and support national security, a report said.

Chinese President Xi Jinping urges faster development of new weapons systems

Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged faster development of advanced new military equipment to help build a strong army, state media reported, as the country steps up an ambitious modernisation plan that has rattled nerves across the region.

Boost development of modern weapons: Xi tells China's PLA

 Chinese President Xi Jinping today called for accelerating the development of military equipment to make the world's largest army even stronger, as a massive programme for its modernisation was launched.

Obama says China's Xi has consolidated power quickly, worrying neighbors

US President Barack Obama said on Wednesday Chinese President Xi Jinping had consolidated power faster than any Chinese leader in decades, raising human rights concerns and worrying China`s neighbors.

On first `Constitution Day`, China blocks protests

China marked its first national Constitution Day on Thursday with readings at schools across the country, activities promoting the rule of law, and the blocking of protests at Tiananmen Square.