Deadly cold snap strikes marathon race in China, leaves 21 runners dead

India, May 23 -- In a freak-weather tragedy, a total of 21 runners were killed in the middle of a 100km marathon after a deadly cold snap struck the long-distance mountain race in northwest China's Ga... Read More

In a dig at West, China's Xi warns against 'bossing' and 'meddling'

India, April 20 -- Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday called for a rejection of hegemonic powers in global governance, saying there should be no "bossing" and "meddling" in another country's affa... Read More

China says it's holding combat drills as US envoys visit Taiwan

India, April 14 -- China on Wednesday described the People's Liberation Army's (PLA) exercises near self-ruled Taiwan as "combat drills" on a day former US officials arrived in Taipei symbolising Wash... Read More

China concerned over Japan's decision to release Fukushima wastewater into sea

India, April 13 -- China on Tuesday strongly criticised Japan's decision to dump contaminated radioactive wastewater from the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, saying it will affect the ma... Read More

'Don't play with fire': China tells US after Chinese jets swarm Taiwan border

India, April 13 -- China on Tuesday warned the US "not to play with fire" on the issue of Taiwan just days after Washington issued new guidelines that will continue to enable US officials to freely me... Read More

China tightens grip on Hong Kong with sweeping electoral shake-up

India, March 30 -- China on Tuesday approved sweeping changes to Hong Kong's electoral system, tightening Beijing's control over the city and cutting down democratic representation in the financial hu... Read More

War of sanctions breaks out between China and EU over Xinjiang

India, March 23 -- China has hit back at the European Union with a broad set of retaliatory measures after Brussels united with the US, Britain and Canada to sanction Chinese officials on Monday for a... Read More