'Invisible virus, not China, a threat to India': Ambassador Sun Weidong says nations should handle relations cautiously
The Chinese ambassador to India said the two neighbours need to straighten views on three key issues, including that Beijing is not a strategic threat to New Delhi
US asks China to reveal whereabouts of Tibet's Panchen Lama, who has been missing for 25 years after being abducted at the age of six
US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo on Monday called on China to immediately make public the whereabouts of Panchen Lama and said that his country remains deeply concerned about China's ongoing campaign to eliminate the religious, linguistic and cultural identity of Tibetans
Rupee rises 7 paise to 70.75 against dollar in early trade on signs of easing Sino-US trade tensions
At the interbank foreign exchange the rupee opened at 70.80 against the US dollar, then gained further ground and touched a high of 70.75 against the dollar.
Dalai Lama says he 'enjoys freedom by living in India', claims he can teach Chinese how to practice democracy
Tibetan leader in exile, Dalai Lama on Sunday said he "enjoys freedom by living in India".
China-North Korea mark 70 years of 'diplomatic relations'; Xi Jinping and Kim Jong-un hail 'immortal' ties
Chinese President Xi Jinping has promised to promote a 'long-term, sound and stable' relationship with North Korea, state news agency Xinhua said Sunday, as the two countries mark 70 years of diplomatic relations.
70th anniversary of People's Republic of China: Xi Jinping oversees massive military celebrations as Hong Kong protesters hit streets
President Xi Jinping declared Tuesday that 'no force' can shake the Chinese nation as he oversaw a massive military celebration of 70 years of Communist Party rule
Hong Kong Police expects 'very serious violent attack' on 70th anniversary of China, mounts up security across city
Police expect more violence on Hong Kong’s streets on Tuesday, the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, after a chaotic weekend in which they fired tear gas and water cannon at protesters who set fires and threw petrol bombs.
Hong Kong prepares for fresh clashes ahead of 70th anniversary of People's Republic of China, while Beijing readies for festivities
Millions have hit the streets during nearly four months of pro-democracy protests while hardcore activists have repeatedly clashed with police
Amid tightly-choreographed festivities for Beijing's 70th anniversary, Hong Kong leads global 'anti-China' rallies; protesters to hold unsanctioned march
Hong Kong protesters partook in an unsanctioned march through the city, casting a shadow over communist China's upcoming 70th birthday.
Hong Kong protesters set busy schedule for pro-democracy demonstrations ahead of China's 70th anniversary
Thousands of protesters rallied at the harbourside on Friday, chanting slogans accusing the police of brutality
Hong Kong town hall speakers rebuke city leader Carrie Lam for turning 'a deaf ear' to months of protest in financial hub
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam came under a barrage of criticism at a town hall session Thursday, with citizens accusing her government of turning a deaf ear to months of protests calling for democratic reforms in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory
Hong Kong protests: Carrie Lam set to hold dialogue with public next week, reiterates need to end violence
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said she and her team would begin dialogue sessions with the community next week while reiterating that violence that has roiled the city must end.
Hong Kong protests: Police fires water cannons, tear gas after protesters hurl petrol bombs at govt buildings in Admiralty district
Months of sometimes violent demonstrations showed no sign of letting up
Hong Kong police fired tear gas to disperse protesters on Sunday, after demonstrators had rallied at the US Consulate calling for help in bringing democracy to the Chinese-ruled city
Hong Kong students form human chains to call on government to meet protesters' demands two days after Carrie Lam withdraws extradition bill
Students and alumni from Hong Kong schools formed human chains to raise awareness for the remaining four demands of protesters in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory.
Hong Kong braces for weekend protests as leader Carrie Lam's withdrawal of extradition bill fails to appease activists
Hong Kong is bracing for more demonstrations this weekend, as embattled leader Carrie Lam’s withdrawal of a controversial extradition bill fails to appease some activists
Carrie Lam withdraws extradition bill in pre-recorded televised message; Hong Kong chief exec yet to address media
Lam, in a pre-recorded televised message, on Wednesday formally withdrew the bill, acceding to one of pro-democracy protesters’ five demands
In order to rejig its economy, China is all set to pass a new foreign investment law in a hurry, providing an equal footing to investors abroad with that of local business with legal safeguards
China promotes images of young, 'drunkard' Karl Marx to capture youth, stresses on Marxism as 'true path'
With chat shows claiming "Marx was Right" and cartoons of his wild youth, China has gone to great lengths to show that the theories of German philosopher Karl Marx are still relevant today, ahead of the 200th anniversary of his birth on Saturday
China launches website inviting public to report foreign spies, flag attempts to 'overthrow socialist system'
China on Monday launched a unique website inviting the public to report people, including spies harming national security, and attempts to "overthrow the socialist system", offering rewards on information.