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Taiwan NGO worker `missing in China`

Taiwan said Friday that Chinese authorities had not responded to their enquiries on Lee Ming-cheh`s whereabouts, as his wife pleaded for help to locate him.

Beijing to open first driverless subway line

 Beijing will open its first domestically developed automated subway line with self-driving trains this year.

Not building monitoring station on disputed South China Sea shoal: China

Not building monitoring station on disputed South China Sea shoal: China

China's foreign ministry says the country is not building an environmental monitoring station on a disputed South China Sea shoal, apparently denying remarks made by a local official last week.

China punishes military officials for disciplinary violations

Chinese military inspectors on Wednesday said they have punished 46 officials for violating discipline by claiming false reimbursement and diverting public funds for personal use.

China calls for talks to avoid conflict in Korean Peninsula

China on Wednesday called on the US, South Korea and North Korea to return to talks to avoid conflict in the Korean Peninsula that could wreak havoc in the region.

Racial discrimination getting worse in US: China

Racial discrimination getting worse in US: China

The 2016 US Presidential poll was a "farce" as it was fought with lies exposing hypocritical nature of the democracy in America where racial discrimination is "worsening", a Chinese report on America's human rights record said today.

China says more than 20,000 from Myanmar seek refuge across border

China`s Foreign Ministry said on Thursday more than 20,000 people from Myanmar are seeking refuge in China from fighting in northern Myanmar.

China considering India's proposal to ban Pakistani terrorist Masood Azhar

China considering India's proposal to ban Pakistani terrorist Masood Azhar

Beijing is considering and investigating India's proposal to get Pakistan-based terrorist leader Masood Azhar listed on the UN terror catalogue, a Communist Party of China official said here on Tuesday.

India, China should be sensitive to each other's concerns: Chinese official

India, China should be sensitive to each other's concerns: Chinese official

Terming relations between China and India as "pretty close", a top Chinese official on Saturday said the two countries should be "more sensitive" to each other's concerns to address their differences over key issues.

'India needs to acknowledge its asymmetry with China'

'India needs to acknowledge its asymmetry with China'

The editorial said it was in India`s interest to "rationalise the concerns over its disparity with China" and not "obsess with false parity".

China's parliament to begin annual session from March 3

China's parliament to begin annual session from March 3

China's annual parliament session will open next week for the first time since President Xi Jinping was named "core leader" of the ruling Communist Party last year, placing him on par with party founder Mao Zedong.

India, China to cooperate on Afghan's development: Jaishankar

India and China have agreed to cooperate in capacity building in Afghanistan and support the government in the war-torn country, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar said here today.

United States deploys aircraft carrier in South China Sea, calls it 'routine' patrol

United States deploys aircraft carrier in South China Sea, calls it 'routine' patrol

The United States deployed the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson in the disputed waters of the South China Sea on Saturday as part of maritime "routine operations."

United States Navy begins patrol in South China Sea

United States Navy begins patrol in South China Sea

A US Navy aircraft carrier strike group has begun patrols in the South China Sea, an official statement said.

Chinese pilot acted legally in encounter with US military plane over South China Sea: Report

A Chinese pilot had responded "legally and professionally" to a close encounter between military planes from China and the US over the South China Sea, a media report said on Saturday.

Donald Trump's U-turn on Taiwan shows he is learning, says Chinese media

US President Donald Trump's decision to roll back his rhetoric on 'One China' policy is a sign that he is "learning" about his new job and no longer wants to be a "disruptor" of the Sino-US ties, China's official media said today.

Donald Trump's U-turn on Taiwan shows he is learning: Chinese media

US President Donald Trump's decision to roll back his rhetoric on 'One China' policy is a sign that he is "learning" about his new job and no longer wants to be a "disruptor" of the Sino-US ties, China's official media said today.

China to make preferential policies for Taiwanese

China to make preferential policies for Taiwanese

China said on Wednesday that Beijing will frame policies to support and attract Taiwanese to work and live on the mainland.

Beijing opposes United States sanctions on Iran involving Chinese firms

China has lodged representations to the United States over the latest sanctions against Iran which include Chinese nationals and enterprises.

Did China ask Pakistan to detain Hafiz Saeed? Top Chinese official's visit raises speculation

Did China ask Pakistan to detain Hafiz Saeed? Top Chinese official's visit raises speculation

Pakistan had put Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed under "house arrest" this week.