China had permitted all couples to have two children in 2016, scrapping the decades-old one-child policy, however, it had failed to enthuse couples owing to heavy expenditure in raising children
China adopts 14th Five Year Plan with hydropower project on Brahmaputra river near Arunachal Pradesh
The National People’s Congress, China's legislature with over 2,000 members mostly drawn from the ruling Communist Party, adopted the plan 'for national economic and social development'
A small but vocal core of international lawyers, politicians and activists have brought pressure on Olympic sponsors, sports federations, governments and athletes to shun what they are branding as the “Genocide Games”
The amendment comes after a white paper in June by the Supreme People’s Procuratorate showed a rise in juvenile crimes from 2018 to 2019
In his criticism of Communist Party leadership, Xu opposed the removal of presidential term limits, which will allow Xi Jinping to stay in the post after 2023.
Support for Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests dips, but 49% strongly oppose China's national security law, finds survey
Events on the ground also point to a loss in momentum, with most demonstrations in recent weeks attended only by hundreds and ending quickly
Key takeaways from China's new security law that will tighten Beijing's grip on Hong Kong, subdue political strife
China released a sweeping blueprint on Saturday to tighten its control over Hong Kong, revealing plans to establish a security agency in the territory to help Beijing extinguish challenges to its power after months of unrest
China readies National Security Law to strip Hong Kong of its autonomy, allow Beijing's intelligence agencies to formally enter island city
While the Chinese government broadly abided by Sino-British Joint Declaration for the first decade or so after the handover, it has, in recent years, tried to tighten its grip over the island city.
Under the bill, foreign investors will enjoy the same privileges as Chinese companies in most sectors.
China hikes defence budget by 7.5 percent to $177.61 billion; country second highest spender in world
China, the world's second largest military spender after the US, Tuesday announced a 7.5 percent increase in its defence budget for this year, hiking it to a whopping $177.61 billion, over three times that of India.
Narendra Modi calls Xi Jinping to congratulate him on re-election; leaders agree bilateral ties vital for 'Asian Century'
Prime Minister Narendra Modi called up Chinese president Xi Jinping to congratulate him on his re-election.
Xi Jinping pledges to expand Belt and Road, says China's development does not pose threat to any country
Chinese President Xi Jinping struck a strongly nationalistic tone in his closing address on Tuesday to the annual session of the ceremonial parliament, saying China would never allow "one inch" of territory to be separated from it
Narendra Modi congratulates Xi Jinping on re-election, says he looks forward to working on bilateral relations
Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated Chinese President Xi Jinping on his re-election for a second five-year term, saying he looks forward to working with him to further develop Sino-India relations
China unveils new cabinet to run revamped govt under President Xi Jinping; Wei Fenghe appointed as defence minister
China appointed a whole new set of top officials, including a defence minister, to head a revamped government, days after Xi Jinping began his second five-year tenure
Wang Qishan is known as China's "Mr Fix-It," a trustworthy official deployed to tackle the thorniest of crises — from crumbling banks to deadly illness to high-level corruption
Day after Xi Jinping gets second term, China Parliament reappoints Premier Li Keqiang for second five-year term
Li Keqiang was re-appointed with 2,964 votes in favour and two against during the annual session of the National People's Congress at Beijing's Great Hall of the People
China refuses to release defence budget figures, but insists its military development is no threat to other countries
China has no desire to overturn the existing international order and its increasingly powerful military does not constitute a threat to others, the spokesman for the country's ceremonial legislature said on Sunday
China voiced anger last week after the US Senate passed a Taiwan travel bill to encourage visits between Washington and Taipei "at all levels".
China has set its GDP growth target at around 6.5 percent for 2018, unchanged from that for 2017, according to a government work report released on Monday.
China increases defence budget to $175 billion, expenditure second only to US but three times higher than India's
China announced an 8.1 percent increase of its defence expenditure for 2018 amounting to $175 billion, which is over three times higher than India's defence budget.