China`s Xi stands tall but challenges mounting: Analysts
China`s Xi stands tall but challenges mounting: Analysts

China`s front pages were plastered Friday with images of President Xi Jinping reviewing a giant military parade, but analysts say the show of untrammelled power is undermined by signs of disquiet within Communist ranks and fears the economy is eluding its control.

India eye winning start in junior women's Asia Cup hockey
India eye winning start in junior women's Asia Cup hockey

All fired up after a month-long preparatory camp, India's junior women's hockey team will aim to make a confident start when it takes on South Korea in its opening pool match of the 7th Asia Cup in Changzhou, China on Saturday.

Indonesia dumps plans for high-speed rail line: Ambassador

 Indonesia has unexpectedly dumped much-vaunted plans for its first high-speed railway in favour of a slower and cheaper rail option, in a blow to Japan and China who have been fiercely competing to win the construction job.

Chinese ships headed home after Bering Sea sighting: US Navy

 

Washington: Five Chinese Navy ships sighted in the Bering Sea off Alaska during a visit to the region by US President Barack Obama have begun their "return transit," the US Navy`s top uniformed officer told Reuters on Thursday.

DNA: China holds military parade, announces 3 lakh troop cut

President Xi Jinping announced on Thursday he would cut troop levels by 300,000 as China held its biggest display of military might in a parade to commemorate victory over Japan in World War Two, an event shunned by most Western leaders.

China's victory day parade: Should India worry?

Do the photographs of China's victory day parade come as a warning for India? Find out here.

Only 7% Pakistanis have faith in Narendra Modi
Only 7% Pakistanis have faith in Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi, who became the Indian Prime Minister after securing a huge victory in the 2014 General Election, has huge support in Vietnam.

Philippines, Vietnam to sign partnership deal by year-end

The Philippines and Vietnam will sign a "strategic partnership" agreement by the end of the year, officials have said, as common neighbour and rival China flexes its military muscle in disputed waters.

Japan `disappointed` by Chinese President Xi Jinping`s WWII speech

Japan said Thursday it was "disappointed" there were no signs of rapprochement in Chinese President Xi Jinping`s speech to mark the 70th anniversary of Tokyo`s WWII defeat, as Beijing showed off its growing might with a huge military parade.

China says naval ships in Bering Sea on normal drills

China`s Defence Ministry said on Thursday that Chinese naval ships were in the Bering Sea carrying out routine exercises.

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Japan says avoid `unfortunate history` as China marks Tokyo`s WWII defeat

Japan Thursday urged China to not focus on "unfortunate history" but to look forward as Beijing marked the 70th anniversary of Tokyo`s World War II defeat with a huge military parade.

Five Chinese naval ships spotted in Bering Sea: Pentagon

The Pentagon on Wednesday confirmed the presence of five Chinese naval vessels in the Bering Sea between Russia and Alaska, which US President Barack Obama is currently visiting.

70-gun salute starts China World War II commemorations

A huge ceremony in Beijing to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II began Thursday with a 70-gun salute.

China holds massive military parade, to cut troop levels by 300,000
China holds massive military parade, to cut troop levels by 300,000

President Xi Jinping announced on Thursday he would cut troop levels by 300,000 as China held its biggest display of military might in a parade to commemorate victory over Japan in World War Two, an event shunned by most Western leaders.

India's nuclear posture entering dynamic new phase: Report

After nearly two decades of nuclear competition with Pakistan, India with the several long-range ballistic missiles in development is seemingly now paying attention to its future strategic relationship with China, a think-tank report has said.

India, others won't support US if Iran deal fails: John Kerry

 Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday warned the Congress that countries like India, China, and Japan major customers of oil from Iran would no longer side with the US if the historic Iranian nuclear deal is not approved by American lawmakers.

Tianjin blasts death toll rises to 160

The death toll from the Tianjin warehouse explosions rose to 160 on Wednesday, with 13 people still missing three weeks after the blasts, according to rescue authorities.

Chinese daily questions 'Gujarat model' of development

A state-run Chinese newspaper has used the opportunity of recent violence during the Patels' reservation agitation in Gujarat to question the "Gujarat model" of development.

Pakistan tells China almost all Uighur militants eliminated

Pakistan Wednesday assured its all-weather ally China that its military operations have eliminated from its territory "almost all" Uighur separatists, who have sneaked into the country from China's restive Muslim-majority Xinjiang.