Prince William tries out football diplomacy in China
Prince William tries out football diplomacy in China

Britain`s Prince William practised sports diplomacy in China on Tuesday, striding onto the football pitch at a Shanghai school.

Prince William meets Xi, visits sites on China visit

Britain`s Prince William met China`s Communist President Xi Jinping on Monday before strolling through the Forbidden City, the former home of the country`s deposed imperial dynasties.

China`s leaders meet with `rule of law` on agenda

When Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged to "safeguard the rights of people in line with law" in his New Year address, Xu Liangju was in a cell for seeking government action over the killing of her teenage son.

China military official booted from Parliament in anti-graft drive

China has booted a senior military official who is embroiled in a corruption scandal from its Parliament, state media reported on Saturday.

China moots trilateral cooperation with India, Sri Lanka

China on Friday proposed trilateral cooperation involving India and Sri Lanka for regional stability as the new government in Colombo sought to re-balance its ties with China, preferring to follow a "non-aligned" policy.

China to blacklist officials who interfere in court cases

China will start blacklisting and punishing officials who interfere in judicial investigations and trials, state media said on Friday, as the country hastens efforts to boost the rule of law.

China says football stars of future need training from birth
China says football stars of future need training from birth

China`s footballing stars of the future need to start being trained from birth, the government said on Friday as President Xi Jinping signed off on a new plan to boost the country`s much-maligned efforts at the sport.

'China concerned about domestic unrest in Xinjiang, Tibet'

China is likely to remain concerned about potential unrest or terrorist acts in Xinjiang and Tibet regions leading to renewed human rights abuses, a top American offical told lawmakers here on Thursday who expressed concern over massive Chinese military modernisation.

Conservationists ask Xi to ban ivory trade to save elephants
Conservationists ask Xi to ban ivory trade to save elephants

 British naturalist David Attenborough has joined 70 other high-profile figures to mount pressure on China for a ban on ivory trade to save elephants, especially in Africa, as the country remains the biggest centre for ivory products.

Over 2000 judicial officials punished in China for corruption

Over 2,000 court officials were investigated for corruption and punished for abuse of power in China last year as part of the anti-graft campaign by President Xi Jinping.

Kailash Mansarovar Yatra via Nathula pass to start from 18th June

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Thursday announced that Kailash Mansarovar Yatra via Nathula pass will start from 18th June.

Japan, China to resume security talks: Report

Japan and China plan to resume security talks as early as April after a four-year hiatus amid simmering tensions over territorial disputes, a report said Thursday.

Xi Jinping boards new Chinese fighter jet

Chinese President Xi Jinping hopped into the cockpit of a new bomber jet during an inspection of the armed forces at Xi'an in northwest China's Shaanxi Province.

China sacks city police chief over slap-up salamander feast

 A police chief in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen has been sacked after colleagues roughed up a group of reporters who had tried to report on a group of officers feasting on a giant salamander, an endangered animal in China.

China expels senior Communist party leader for corruption

 China on Monday expelled a former vice chairman of the top political advisory body from ruling Communist Party of China for graft, abuse of power and ordered trial against him, as the anti-graft campaign by President Xi Jinping claimed more scalps of senior party leaders.

China's opens its largest overseas embassy in Pakistan

China has opened a new embassy in Pakistan, its "largest overseas" diplomatic mission, which Foreign Minister Wang Yi described as a symbol of friendship between the "all weather" allies.

Xi's Harvard-educated daughter makes first public appearance

Chinese President Xi Jinping's Harvard-educated daughter has made her first public appearance since her father took power in 2013 as she joined her parents in visiting a remote village where Xi began his political career.

Eagerly looking forward to China visit: PM Modi to Chinese leader

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said he was eagerly looking forward to his visit to China in May during a call-on by senior Chinese Communist Party leader Wang Jiarui here.

China's President Xi to visit Pakistan this year

China`s President Xi Jinping will visit Pakistan this year, China`s foreign minister said in Islamabad, in what will be his first trip to the country`s western neighbour since taking office in 2013.

China Prez Xi to visit Pakistan this year, no dates yet

President Xi Jinping will make his first official visit to Pakistan this year, China's foreign minister said here on Thursday though he did not confirm whether the trip would take place next month on Pakistan's National Day which the Chinese leader is expected to attend.