China observes its first Martyrs' Day

China today observed its first Martyrs' Day, a commemorative event aimed to inculcate patriotism among new generations, on the eve of the Communist giant's 65th National day.

India tightens grip over illegal import of Chinese crackers

Tightening its grip over illegal import of Chinese crackers which are reportedly flooding the Indian market, the Centre has issued a public notification warning importers and public of the legal consequences they would face if involved with it.

Beijing to stand firm against Hong Kong protests: Media

State media insisted Tuesday that China would not give in to Hong Kong protesters` demands for full democracy and would wait for mass protests in the semi-autonomous city to fizzle out.

Hong Kong protests turn festive after tear gas chaos
Hong Kong protests turn festive after tear gas chaos

Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters turned parts of Hong Kong into a massive street party on Monday night, with the mood turning festive just a day after riot police fired tear gas in ugly clashes.

No outside arbitration to resolve Sino-India border row: PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday rejected any need for outside arbitration to resolve the vexed issue of India's boundary dispute with China, saying the two countries are competent to find a solution through talks.

China censors fail to blunt Hong Kong protests
China censors fail to blunt Hong Kong protests

Chinese censors and opponents of the protests sweeping Hong Kong are engaging in a cat-and-mouse game with demonstrators and commentators in a bid to stop news of the unrest spreading online and, in particular, reaching the mainland.

China warns of dengue risk during National Day holidays

The Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Monday warned public to stay alert about dengue exposure during the week-long National Day holiday beginning Oct 1.

Three officials detained in China school stampede

Amid protests by parents, three school officials were today detained in connection with a deadly stampede at a primary school in southwest China where six children were killed and 26 others injured last week.

Japan PM Abe presses campaign for meeting with China`s Xi

 Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday pressed on with a diplomatic offensive aimed at securing his first-ever summit with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Asian Games: China's Zhou wins women's kayak single 500m
Asian Games: China's Zhou wins women's kayak single 500m

China's Zhou Yu defended her title in the women's kayak single 500 metre at the 17th Asian Games here on Monday.

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'India won't accept any Chinese intrusion along border'
'India won't accept any Chinese intrusion along border'

India will not accept any kind of intrusion by China along the border and will defend its territory, Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said on Monday.

Chinese President Xi Jinping publishes book on governance

China has published a book of President Xi Jinping`s remarks, state media reported Monday, as his profile in the country`s carefully scripted press eclipses all recent leaders except Mao Zedong.

China sentences two to death for mosque attack: Xinhua

 A court in China`s far west has sentenced to death two teenagers for the killing of the head of the country`s biggest mosque, state media reported, in a case that highlighted divisions in the violence-wracked Xinjiang region.

Hong Kong cancels fireworks display planned for Oct 1 as protesters refuse to budge
Hong Kong cancels fireworks display planned for Oct 1 as protesters refuse to budge

As the protesters started mushrooming across the city on Day 2 of Occupy Cental protests, the Hong Kong riot police were on Monday recalled from pro-democracy demonstration sites, in what appeared to be a reconciling move by the government.

Hong Kong protesters defiant after tear gas chaos

Police repeatedly fired tear gas in clashes with protesters fighting for democracy as parts of Hong Kong descended into chaos Sunday with tens of thousands on the streets to demand Beijing grant the city full universal suffrage.

Manjhi asks PM Modi to implement his UN speech

Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi on Sunday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to translate into action what he had said in the United Nations General Assembly.

Tear gas fired at chaotic Hong Kong democracy protests
Tear gas fired at chaotic Hong Kong democracy protests

Police repeatedly fired tear gas after tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators brought parts of central Hong Kong to a standstill Sunday, a dramatic escalation of protests that have gripped the city for days.

China to build comprehensive earth observation system in 10yrs

China plans to build an earth observation system that integrates use of air, space and ground based technology, including drones, satellites and GPS systems in the next ten years, a top official said today.