Factory explosion in Shanghai kills 4, injures 2

Four Chinese workers were killed Wednesday in an explosion at a machinery factory in an industrial park on the outskirts of Shanghai, a local state-owned newspaper said.

Turbulence injures multiple Air Canada passengers, diverts flight

 Turbulence on an Air Canada flight from China injured multiple passengers on Wednesday, forcing it to land in Calgary, Alberta, the airline said.

Rajnath visits 'digital' police station in Shanghai

Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday visited a police station in Shanghai where all the records are kept in digitised form.

'Catastrophe' warnings as climate talks enter final stretch

Large swathes of New York and Shanghai could disappear under the waves and millions driven into poverty, fresh climate reports warned as ministers scrambled today for common ground weeks ahead of a crunch environmental summit.

Podium finish for Armaan Ebrahim in Shanghai

Indian racer ended the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Asia series on a high by finishing second in the fifth and concluding round, here on Saturday.

Rafael Nadal defeats Stan Wawrinka to enter Shanghai Masters semis
Rafael Nadal defeats Stan Wawrinka to enter Shanghai Masters semis

Spain's Rafael Nadal dismissed Stanislas Wawrinka 6-2, 6-1 in the quarter-finals of the Shanghai Masters hard-court event.

Infosys China CEO becomes 1st Indian to get top Shanghai award

Rangarajan Vellamore, CEO Infosys China, has become the first Indian to receive the Magnolia Gold award in recognition of his contributions to the development of IT industry in Shanghai, China's financial hub.

Shanghai to shut polluting factories for Disney park

China`s commercial hub Shanghai plans to shut 153 polluting and inefficient companies near Disney`s planned theme park to help improve the surrounding environment, according to a local government statement.

Asian shares bounce off three-year lows while China's suffering goes on
Asian shares bounce off three-year lows while China's suffering goes on

Global share markets have been hit by worries that the Chinese economy was growing at a much slower pace than Beijing`s 7 percent target for 2015.

China shares slump 6% leading losses across Asia

Asian shares fell on Tuesday, with Shanghai leading the declines as investors doubted Beijing`s commitment to prop up shares while Bangkok slumped after a bomb attack in the Thai capital.

Shanghai shares close up 4.92%

Shanghai shares closed up 4.92 percent on Monday on speculation of a broad overhaul of state-owned enterprises after weak economic figures released over the weekend, dealers said.

Head of $11 bn Chinese state firm found hanged amid graft probe

The head of a multi-billion-dollar state-owned Chinese heavy machinery manufacturer was found hanging in his office as anti-corruption investigators probed his firm, state media said Tuesday.

Real Madrid keeper Kiko Casilla scores, saves in shootout against AC Milan
Real Madrid keeper Kiko Casilla scores, saves in shootout against AC Milan

Real Madrid goalkeeper Kiko Casilla scored with his side`s 11th penalty in a shootout, then saved from his 16-year-old AC Milan counterpart Gianluigi Donnarumma, to give the Spaniards the win after their friendly in Shanghai ended 0-0 on Thursday.

Shanghai stocks close up more than 3%

Shanghai stocks closed up more than three percent on Wednesday, rebounding after three consecutive sessions of losses fuelled by worries of another market rout.

China stocks slide for fourth day but futures steady

China stocks fell for a fourth straight session on Wednesday but losses were more subdued than earlier in the week, while futures markets steadied after the government announced more market support measures.

China stocks fall again, despite government efforts

Chinese shares sank on Tuesday, a day after Shanghai`s steepest slide in eight years, defying renewed government vows of support that analysts warned were not enough to settle nervous investors.

China to end 15 yr ban on video game consoles

It's a relief for the gamers as China has finally decided to scrap its 15-year ban on video game consoles and companies like Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft will now be allowed to manufacture and sell consoles anywhere in the country.

Chinese navy plays down South China Sea exercises: Xinhua

The Chinese navy played down recent military drills in the South China Sea and criticised other countries for "illegally" occupying islands in the area, the official Xinhua news service reported on Saturday.

Gold teeters near five-year low after ''bear raid,'' braced for more losses

Gold edged higher on Tuesday, the day after it took its deepest dive in years and hit five-year lows, with many dealers bracing for more losses on expectations for a rise in U.S. interest rates and subdued demand from India.

New BRICS bank opens for business: Xinhua

The new BRICS bank opened for business in Shanghai on Tuesday, China`s official Xinhua news agency reported.