World

US slaps anti-dumping duty on polyester staple fiber from India, China

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says domestic businesses are being destroyed by ‘unfair’ countervailing sops given to the 2 countries.

Nation

Don't judge China with a fossilised mindset

'There is no Buddha or Gandhi among countries, existing for the service of others; they all exist for the good of themselves.''For each country, its own interests should be paramount, and it is futile and churlish to expect China to be an exception to thi

World

CIA Arrests Suspected Mole Who Helped Dismantle US Spying Operations in China

Jerry Chun Shing Lee's arrest capped an intense FBI inquiry that began around 2012, two years after the CIA began losing its informants in China.

Business

China is a huge reason to be bullish on Apple, says Morgan Stanley

Getty Morgan Stanley is very bullish on Apple because of positive signs for iPhone sales in China. However, a report from the country Wednesday points to a

Nation

China Builds Military Complex in Doklam, Occupies Northern Side of Disputed Plateau: Reports

New Delhi, Jan 17: Months after Indian and Chinese troops disengaged after a standoff situation on the Doklam plateau of Bhutan, China is building a full-fledged military complex within the disputed region, show new satellite images accessed by v

Nation

'Bonhomie between India, China has returned but one needs to be prepared'

General Rawat said Indian forces will face the PLA troops if they come again in Doklam.

Nation

China Planning to Deploy Nuclear Submarines at Pakistan’s Gwadar Port to Surveillance Indian Navy

With nuclear submarine stationed at Gwadar Port, China will have direct strategic access to the Indian Ocean Region (IOR).

Technology

China just built the 'world's biggest air purifier' to tackle smog problem

Institute of Earth Environment at the Chinese Academy of Sciences is running the tests

Technology

China Consumer Group Seeks Answers From Apple About Slowing iPhones

The Shanghai Consumer Council, a non-government organisation approved by the Chinese authorities, said it had received 2,615 complaints about Apple products and services in 2017, compared with 964 complaints in 2015.

Technology

Google Says 'No Changes' to Mapping Platform in China After Report

"There have been no changes to Google Maps in China. Maps has been accessible on desktop for years, but does not have an official presence in Android or iOS app stores in China," Google Spokesman Taj Meadows said.

World

China Rights Lawyer Says Legal Licence Revoked After Criticising President Xi Jinping

The Beijing Municipal Bureau of Justice told Yu in a letter that his licence had been cancelled because he had not been employed by a registered law firm for over six months

Business

The future belongs to biopharma. Can India catch up with China, a world market leader? The future belongs to biopharma. Can India catch up with China?

If we are to realise the full potential of biologics' ability to improve people's health, it is essential to encourage public policy and support R&D.

Mobile & Tabs

China consumer group seeks answers from Apple about slowing older iPhones

Apple slowing down older iPhones: A Chinese consumer group has asked Apple for information about the slowing of older iPhones after operating system updates, demanding a reply before Friday.

Nation

Pakistan Fortifying Bunkers Along Rajasthan Border With Help From Chinese Engineers: Intelligence Report

The report pointed out that the bunkers, having the capacity to sustain high impacts, have been constructed keeping in mind the installation of important equipments in the future.

Mobile & Tabs

Nokia 6 (2018), Nokia 7 start receiving Android 8.0 Oreo update in China

HMD Global has started to roll out Android 8.0 Oreo update for Nokia 6 (2018) and Nokia 7 in China.

Nation

China Objects to General Rawat’s Remark About Defending Indian Territory, Vows to Exert Its Right in Doklam

In an angry counter-argument, Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said that Gen Rawat's comments were against the consensus between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping at the BRICS summit in September 2017.

Mumbai

Interview with Vijay Crishna: ‘Voyages of Zheng He were aimed to showcase China’s might’

"I get interested in strange things. I read a lot, and along the way, I read about this. About 10 years ago, the 600th anniversary of Zheng He’s voyage was being celebrated in the region and I happened to be visiting Singapore," said Vijay Crishna.

Sport

India Grouped With Kazakhstan and China for Fed Cup

India were clubbed with formidable Kazakhstan, who have world number 54 Yuliya Putintseva in their ranks, and China for the Asia/Oceania Group I competition in Fed Cup, scheduled to be held here from February 7-10.

Tennis

India grouped with tough Kazakhstan and China for Fed Cup

India were on Monday clubbed with formidable Kazakhstan, who have world number 54 Yuliya Putintseva in their ranks, and China for the Asia/Oceania Group I competition in Fed Cup.

Nation

General Rawat's 'Unconstructive Remarks' Not Helping Peace in Border Areas: China

The Chinese reaction came following comments by Gen Rawat two days ago that India needs to shift focus from its border with Pakistan to that of China.

Sport

Fed Cup tennis: India grouped with tough Kazakhstan and China

The Pool B comprises Chinese Taipei, Japan, Thailand and Korea.

World

China N-sub in disputed isles: Japan

Japan said on Monday that a Chinese naval submarine spotted in waters off flashpoint islands in the East China Sea was one of its new type of nuclear-powered attack vessels.Earlier, China said three o...

World

China slams Gen. Rawat’s remarks as “unconstructive”, says contradict Xiamen consensus

He underscored that in September, the leaders of India and China reached some important consensus on properly handling the differences and promote China-India relations.

Technology

Some Chinese Apple Users Warned by Firm on Dodging New Data Law

China introduced a new cyber security law on June 1 that imposes tougher controls over data than in Europe and the United States, including mandating that companies store all data within China and pass security reviews.

Nation

Government Plans to Auction 9,400 ‘Enemy’ Properties Worth Rs 1 Lakh Crore

New Delhi, January 15: The Home Ministry has started the process of identifying ‘enemy’ properties and they are believed to be over 9,400 such estates worth more than Rs 1 lakh crore, officials said. These properties were left behind by peopl

World

Burning Iranian Oil Tanker Sinks Off China Coast, 32 Crew Members Feared Dead

The 274-meter-long Sanchi, carrying 136,000 tonnes of light crude oil from Iran to South Korea, had been burning since colliding with the CF Crystal, a Hong Kong-registered bulk freighter, about 300 kms east of the Yangtze River estuary on January 6.

World

China Demolishes Megachurch, Sparking Fears of Campaign Against Christians

Demolition of the church comes as authorities prepare to implement new, stricter regulations on religion which come into force on February 1 as part of a broader effort to put religious practice under the direct supervision of the state.

Sport

India's basketball scene a lot like China's: Kevin Martin

Former NBA player Kevin Martin, who is in India to interact and train some budding cagers in Mumbai and Noida including in The NBA Academy India

Business

Sino-Indian Trade 'Improving' in India's Favour: Report

India's exports to China grew by 72 per cent in October 2017 whereas growth of imports from China was only 4.2 per cent.

World

China demolishes ‘secretly built’ church

It was constructed under the pretext of building a warehouse, say officials

Nation

Unlike India, China was fully prepared for the 1962 War

In contrast with China's formidable build up, the Indian Army was struggling to send to the border an inadequate formation of 2,400 soldiers -- the ill-fated 7 Infantry Brigade -- which was short of soldiers, arms, equipment and acclimatisation for high-a

Golf

Rory McIlroy downplays heart scare, says ‘nothing to worry about’

McIlroy revealed he had contracted a virus in China that, according to tests, has affected his heart.

World

Nepal Seeks 'Alternative to India', Launches Internet Service With Chinese Company’s Help

Nepal Telecom and China Telecom Global launched their services after they wrapped up the laying of optical fiber cables between Kerung in China and Rasuwagadi in Nepal, about 50 km north of Kathmandu, the companies said.

World

China Cracks Down on Foreign Companies Calling Taiwan, Other Regions Countries

hina's aviation authority on Friday demanded an apology from Delta Air Lines for listing Taiwan and Tibet as countries on its website, while another government agency took aim at Inditex-owned fashion brand Zara and medical device maker Medtronic Plc for

Technology

China Launches Two Navigation Satellites Into Space

The two satellites are coded the 26th and 27th satellites in the BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS). The BDS is also being built as rival to US Global Positioning System (GPS).

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