Hong Kong police clear last pro-democracy protest site

Hong Kong authorities arrested several pro-democracy activists on Monday as they cleared the last of three protest sites, marking the closure of demonstration camps in the city that have blocked streets for more than two months.

US, China announce `historic` climate accord
US, China announce `historic` climate accord

The United States and China on Wednesday announced an action plan on greenhouse emissions as part of a "historic" pact that was acclaimed by climate scientists but denounced by US Republicans as a job-killer.

Japan, China officials hold informal talks on preventing conflict

Chinese defence officials are meeting a Japanese delegation in Beijing this week for informal talks on preventing simmering territorial disputes from erupting into armed conflict, the talks` host said Monday.

India-China border standoff resolved, PLA troops to begin withdrawal today
India-China border standoff resolved, PLA troops to begin withdrawal today

India and China have resolved the standoff at the Ladakh border, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said on Thursday.

NE staff diktat: Cong seeks judicial probe, says IB probe "cover up"

Congress on Tuesday demanded a judicial probe into allegation that employees of northeast origin were asked to stay away during Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to a city hotel last week, saying the IB investigation ordered by the government was nothing but a "cover up".

Xi Jinping asks People's Liberation Army to be ready for 'regional war'
Xi Jinping asks People's Liberation Army to be ready for 'regional war'

Days after he returned from a visit to India, Chinese President Xi Jinping has directed the People's Liberation Army (PLA) to be combat ready to win a "regional war" while also demanding "absolute loyalty" from PLA's top brass.

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Are you Chinese? Xi Jingping's wife asks Northeast students
Are you Chinese? Xi Jingping's wife asks Northeast students

China's First Lady Peng Liyuan on Thursday mistook a group of students from the northeast as Chinese only to be told by them that they were Indians.

India, China chart new chapter in economic ties; agree to resolve border dispute
India, China chart new chapter in economic ties; agree to resolve border dispute

Citing incursions by Chinese troops on the border, India on Thursday expressed concern and said such incidents should be resolved soon as peace and tranquillity on the border was essential for boosting bilateral economic cooperation.

Tibetans protest Chinese President's visit

Tibetan emigres Wednesday staged a protest here against Chinese President Xi Jingping's visit to India.

Bihar requests PM for 'good share' of Chinese investment

The Bihar government Tuesday requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ensure that the state gets a good share of investments brought by Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is arriving in India tomorrow.
 

Xi visit brings new opportunities amid old challenges

Irrespective of the final outcome of Chinese President Xi Jinping's maiden visit to India, it surely marks a unique and qualitative change in the India-China relations. Hitherto, this relationship has been known more for its vocal than the real, vital content.

Chinese President Xi Jinping touts `maritime silk road` on South Asia tour

China`s President Xi Jinping said he hoped the Maldives would help build a "21st century maritime silk road" as he began a South Asian tour in the strategically located Indian Ocean island chain on Monday.

China marks victory over Japan

Chinese President Xi Jinping and all six other members of the Politburo Standing Committee, the country`s most powerful body, made a rare public appearance Wednesday to commemorate 69 years since Japan`s surrender at the end of World War II.

Communist Party official sacked for daughter`s lavish wedding

Communist Party of China official heading a poverty-stricken township was sacked for holding his daughter`s wedding in extravagant manner, violating austerity measures backed by President Xi Jinping.

No one should be allowed to throw Asia into chaos, warns Xi

Attacking North Korea, Chinese President Xi Jinping warned that no one should be allowed to create chaos for selfish gains and asked all nations to contribute their share in maintaining peace.

Tibetan Parliament concludes budget session, self-immolations tops agenda

Mounting incidents of self immolations as mark of protest against Chinese oppression topped the agenda of lawmakers as the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile wrapped up its budget session here on Thursday.

PM seeks joint mechanism with China on Chinese dams on Brahmaputra

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in his first meeting with new Chinese President Xi Jinping has sought a joint mechanism to assess the construction work on dams on Brahmaputra river in Tibet.

`China`s neighbours concerned about its rising power`

China`s neighbours want strong economic and cooperative relations with it, but they all are concerned about Beijing`s rising power, a top American intelligence official has said.