China planning submarine that would travel Shanghai to San Francisco in 2 hours

China has reportedly revealed plans for a new supersonic submarine based on Cold War technology that will travel inside an air bubble to reduce friction.

China mulls recalling convicts 'illegally' released from jails

Beijing: China may recall over 700 convicts, including 76 "corrupt officials", whose sentences were commuted "illegally" as the country's top prosecution body stumbled on largescale unlawful reduction of sentences.

China close to developing `supersonic submarine`

China is developing a'supersonic' submarine that could travel from Shanghai to San Francisco in less than two hours.

China's Islamic militant group founder admits Pak terror links

In a rare public admission of Pakistani links to militancy in China's Muslim-majority Xinjiang province, the official media here today said the co-founder of al-Qaeda linked East Turkestan Islamic Movement (ETIM) was indoctrinated in a madarasa in that country.

Beijing probes top official of China Resources unit

Chinese authorities are investigating the president of Hong Kong blue-chip stock China Resources Power, the company said, as a corruption probe into its state-owned parent expands.

China rejects Taiwan's complaint about breach of airspace

China has rejected Taiwan`s claim that two Chinese military aircraft had breached Taiwan`s airspace four times, saying it was a "routine flight".

Himachal panchayat leaders threaten to seek Chinese help, arrested

A village head and a former village functionary in the border district of Lahaul and Spiti have been arrested on the charges of sedition after they allegedly threatened to seek China`s help for development of the region.

Taiwan says Chinese patrol aircraft entered its airspace

Taiwan`s air force scrambled fighter jets to track two Chinese Y-8 maritime patrol aircraft which intruded into the island`s airspace, a senior air force officer said Tuesday.

US scientist pleads guilty to taking government laptop to China

A former scientist at a US government-owned nuclear weapons research facility in New Mexico pleaded guilty in federal court on Monday to illegally taking a lab-owned computer to China and lying about it, a US prosecutor said.

Australian tycoon apologises to China for insulting Chinese people

An Australian mining-baron-turned-lawmaker today apologised to China for calling its people "bastards" and "mongrels", "having no system of justice" during a media interview on national television.

Chinese satellite detects tunnels in Xinjiang, North Korean borders

Chinese police have detected dozens of cross-border tunnels with the help of a high definition satellite in troubled Muslim-majority Xinjiang province as well as northeast area bordering North Korea.

Jackie Chan scared of needles

Chinese Kungfu star Jackie Chan is so terrified of needles that he can`t stand the sight of them.

Chinese media warn US over warplane interception

China`s state-run media on Monday warned Washington that Beijing could treat its surveillance flights as an "act of hostility", after accusations a Chinese fighter jet flew dangerously close to a US military aircraft.

`Anti-China atmosphere in India easing since Modi took over`

Anti-China atmosphere in India is easing since Prime Minister Narendra Modi took over and bilateral ties have "rosy prospects" in view of Chinese President Xi Jinping`s forthcoming state visit to the country, an article in the official media here said Monday.

China welcomes Vietnam`s move to compensate riot victims

Thousands of people attacked businesses and factories in Vietnam in May, targeting Chinese workers and Chinese-owned businesses after Beijing parked an oil rig in a part of the South China Sea claimed by Hanoi.

China targets ordinary Uighurs with beards, burkas

Outside a mosque in China`s restive west, a government-appointed Muslim cleric was dodging a foreign reporter`s question about why young men of the Uighur ethnic minority don`t have beards.

Four arrests as Macau police halt unofficial democracy poll

Four people were arrested as police shut down voting facilities in Macau after activists ignored strong objections from Beijing and held an unofficial referendum on electoral reform, the event organiser said.

Watch how a Chinese boy escapses unhurt after being run over by SUV

In an incident of road accident, a six-year-old Chinese boy miraculously survived after being run over by an SUV.

China`s military holds drill close to Vietnam: Report

Amid its row with Vietnam over the disputed islands in the South China Sea, China`s military recently staged a drill in waters close to Vietnam simulating a scenario in which an oil rig was surrounded by foreign fishing boats.

China`s military holds drill close to Vietnam: Report

Amid its row with Vietnam over the disputed islands in the South China Sea, China`s military recently staged a drill in waters close to Vietnam simulating a scenario in which an oil rig was surrounded by foreign fishing boats.