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US closes Chengdu consulate in China in retaliation to Washington shutting down Houston consulate
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US closes Chengdu consulate in China in retaliation to Washington shutting down Houston consulate

The tit-for-tat closings marked a significant escalation in the multiple disputes between the two countries over a range of issues, including trade, technology, security, and human rights.

China tells US to shut down its embassy in Chengdu city amid escalating diplomatic spat
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China tells US to shut down its embassy in Chengdu city amid escalating diplomatic spat

The move was a response to the Trump administration's order this week for Beijing to close its consulate in Houston after Washington accused Chinese agents of trying to steal medical and other research in Texas.

Coronavirus outbreak: US declares public health emergency, bars foreign nationals who visited China from entering country
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Coronavirus outbreak: US declares public health emergency, bars foreign nationals who visited China from entering country

US citizens who have travelled within past two weeks to China's Hubei will be subject to mandatory quarantine of 14 days

Beijing, Shanghai and Suzhou among 10 cities to host AFC Asian Cup 2023, confirms Chinese Football Association
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Beijing, Shanghai and Suzhou among 10 cities to host AFC Asian Cup 2023, confirms Chinese Football Association

In hosting the 18th edition of the AFC Asian Cup, the CFA aims to promote the China Football Reform Plan with more infrastructure, better youth programmes and promotion of the grassroots game

China bars foreign travellers from entering Tibet ahead of anniversaries of local uprisings against Beijing
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China bars foreign travellers from entering Tibet ahead of anniversaries of local uprisings against Beijing

China is barring foreign travelers from Tibet over a period of several weeks that includes a pair of sensitive political anniversaries questioning the legitimacy of Beijing's rule over the Himalayan region.

New Delhi and Beijing to hold joint military exercises later this year, says Chinese defence ministry
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New Delhi and Beijing to hold joint military exercises later this year, says Chinese defence ministry

The exercises—'Hand-in-Hand'—focussing on counter-terrorism operations were not held last year as both sides were locked in a 73-day standoff in Doka La in the Sikkim sector of the border.

Asian Games 2018, Massimo Costantini interview: Medal is within our reach, says India's table tennis coach
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Asian Games 2018, Massimo Costantini interview: Medal is within our reach, says India's table tennis coach

India's table tennis coach Massimo Costantini feels that India can bring home the elusive medal from the Asian Games.

Sichuan Airlines plane makes emergency landing in Shanghai after co-pilot sucked halfway out of cockpit; probe ordered
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Sichuan Airlines plane makes emergency landing in Shanghai after co-pilot sucked halfway out of cockpit; probe ordered

The co-pilot of a Sichuan Airlines flight that was forced to make an emergency landing on Monday was “sucked halfway” out of the plane after a cockpit windshield blew out

US Open 2017: Bernard Tomic set to make return at grand slam, claims Australian media
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US Open 2017: Bernard Tomic set to make return at grand slam, claims Australian media

Pundits see little chance of Tomic having the required fitness to win best-of-five set matches at the US Open and his childhood coach Neil Guiney fears Tomic's career is finished.

China earthquake: Up to 100 feared dead, lakhs of houses damaged in Sichuan Province
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China earthquake: Up to 100 feared dead, lakhs of houses damaged in Sichuan Province

A 6.5-magnitude earthquake rattled southwest China late Tuesday, killing at least five people, with up to 100 feared dead, according to a government estimate.

China earthquake: Magnitude 7.0 tremors hit Sichuan Province, no casualties reported yet
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China earthquake: Magnitude 7.0 tremors hit Sichuan Province, no casualties reported yet

A 7.0-magnitude earthquake on Tuesday rattled Jiuzhaigou County in China's southwestern Sichuan Province, the China Earthquake Networks Center said.

Chengdu J-20: China unveils new stealth fighter jet in show of strength at air show
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Chengdu J-20: China unveils new stealth fighter jet in show of strength at air show

Swift and heavily armed, the J-20 warplanes represent a leap forward in China's ability to project power in Asia and compete in capabilities with the United States.

China elevates military command along Indian border, says Chinese daily
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China elevates military command along Indian border, says Chinese daily

China has elevated the rank of Tibet's Military Command which looks after the security along its border with India by putting it under the jurisdiction of PLA ground forces, suggesting it may "undertake some kind of military combat mission in future."

 Indian soldiers back after joint exercise with Chinese counterparts
India

Indian soldiers back after joint exercise with Chinese counterparts

The first such exercise was held at Kunming in China in December 2007 while the second was held at Belgaum in December 2008.

World's highest civilian airport Daocheng Yading opens in China
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World's highest civilian airport Daocheng Yading opens in China

The world's highest-altitude civilian airport has started operating in Sichuan province neighbouring Tibet, dramatically cutting travel time in the remote region in southwestern China.

Apple eyes new stores in two Chinese cities
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Apple eyes new stores in two Chinese cities

Apple Inc is looking to open flagship stores in the major Chinese cities of Chengdu and Shenzhen, government officials said on Wednesday, while it continues to fight a Chinese company over the use of the iPad trademark.

Apple eyes new stores in two Chinese cities
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Apple eyes new stores in two Chinese cities

Apple Inc is looking to open flagship stores in the major Chinese cities of Chengdu and Shenzhen, government officials said on Wednesday, while it continues to fight a Chinese company over the use of the iPad trademark.