US marks anniversary of 1989 Tiananmen protests, urges China to disclose number of deaths; Beijing hits back
China lashed out at the United States after it marked the anniversary of Tiananmen protests by urging Beijing to disclose casualty numbers in the crackdown.
China welcomes Narendra Modi's remarks on bilateral ties at Shangri-La Dialogue, willing to move forward diplomatic relations
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson, Hua Chunying said Prime Minister Narendra Modi's positive remarks were noted and highly appreciated
China on Thursday welcomed India and Pakistan's decision to observe the 2003 ceasefire agreement to stop cross-border firing along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir and expressed hope that the two countries will properly resolve their differences.
China says it had an 'encounter' with Australian warships in South China Sea, asserts Beijing acted 'professionally'
Chinese and Australian naval vessels had an "encounter" in the South China Sea this week, and China acted professionally and lawfully, its defence ministry said, rejecting reports China challenged Australian warships.
China defends Pakistan after Narendra Modi's 'terror export factory' remark, says Islamabad must be supported in fight against terrorism
China on Friday defended Pakistan against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remark that Islamabad was a "terror export factory"
US-China 'trade war' escalates: Beijing imposes new tariffs on US goods as Trump readies to hammer Chinese imports
China, in a tit-for-tat response to US president Donald Trump's tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum, raised import duties on a $3 billion list of US pork, fruit and other products.
China says open to negotiating with US over tariff dispute, hopes Washington will make decision 'cautiously'
China's government said Monday it is open to negotiating with Washington amid a spiraling tariff dispute following a news report American officials have submitted a list of market-opening requests.
China asserted that Doka La belongs to it and India should have "learnt lessons" from the stand-off last year, days after India's envoy blamed China for the face-off
China lodges protest with US over Senate bill promoting ties with Taiwan, says it violates One China principle
China lodged protest with United States, saying it was "strongly dissatisfied" after US Senate passed a bill promoting relations with self-governing Taiwan.
India and China should look at border differences, including over Doka La, in a "calm way" and resolve them, Chinese foreign ministry said
China on Monday said it is ready to hold talks with India to resolve their differences on the contentious $50 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) that passes through Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir.
China responds to Donald Trump's allegations, denies reports of selling oil illicitly to North Korea
China denied reports it had been illicitly selling oil products to North Korea in violation of UN sanctions, after US president Donald Trump said he was unhappy that China had allowed oil to reach the isolated nation
Doka La standoff: Ahead of India-China border talks, Beijing says 'lessons must be learnt' to avoid similar situations
Ahead of Friday's India-China border talks, China said that the Doka La standoff posed a "major test" for the bilateral ties and lessons should be learnt from it to avoid a similar "conflict" in the future
China condemns Niramala Sitharaman's Arunachal visit; says tour of disputed area not conducive to peace in region
China on Monday objected to defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman's first visit to Arunachal Pradesh
China on Thursday blocked another bid by the US, France and the UK to list Pakistan-based JeM chief and Pathankot terror attack mastermind Masood Azhar as a global terrorist by the UN.
China is set to block the US application to declare Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Masood Azhar a global terrorist on Thursday at the UN.
China says it wants to see 'normal relations' between New Delhi, Thimphu following Bhutan king's India visit
China on Thursday reacted cautiously to President Ram Nath Kovind appreciating Bhutan's support during the Doka La standoff, saying it wants the nations to develop "normal relations".
Chinese official says 'never heard' of plan to build 1,000-km long tunnel to divert Brahmaputra river
A senior Chinese official, in-charge of water projects, on Wednesday said he has never heard of any plan to build a 1,000-km long tunnel to divert water from the Brahmaputra river.
China asked Pakistan to bring the killers of two Chinese nationals to justice, a day after DNA tests confirmed the identities of the couple murdered allegedly by Islamic State militants in the restive Balochistan province
Union home minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said certain "anti-national forces" were not able to appreciate the visible economic progress in India.