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Dalai Lama suggests inclusion of ancient Indian knowledge as academic subject

Tibet can be in China but has right on own language, culture: Dalai Lama

Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama also said that India is a leading example of how all religions can live together in peace and lauded the country’s religious harmony.

Kim Jong Un meets Chinese envoy after deadly bus crash

North Korea’s Kim Jong Un meets Chinese envoy after deadly bus crash

Photos provided by Pyongyang on Tuesday showed Kim meeting with Ambassador Li Jinjun at the hospital and at the Chinese Embassy.

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Two Chinese sailors killed in gas leakage on cargo ship

“Two bodies were brought to our hospital along with a patient. The patient has some respiratory issues,” said Dr Nandini Mehta, medical superintendent of G G hospital, Jamnagar.

Seventeen killed as dragon boats capsize in China

Seventeen people dead as two dragon boats capsize in southern China

China has sought to step up safety surrounding nationwide dragon boat racing during the Duanwu festival, which falls near the summer solstice.

Donald Trump to nominate Justin Muzinich as Treasury deputy secretary

US Treasury chief may go to China as trade tensions simmer

“A trip is under consideration,” Steven Mnuchin said at a press conference during the International Monetary Fund and World Bank spring meetings in Washington on Saturday. “I am not going to make any comment on timing, nor do I have anything confirmed, but a trip is under consideration.”

US acting like a “bully” to stifle our scientific development: China

US acting like a “bully” to stifle our scientific development: China

China’s Ministry of Commerce had threatened retaliatory measures hours after the US announced activation of denial of export privileges against the Chinese telecom equipment maker ZTE.

China carries out live fire drills, unclear if aimed at Taiwan

China carries out live fire drills, unclear if aimed at Taiwan

Chinese state media has said the drills were a direct response to “provocations” by Taiwan leaders related to what China fears are moves to push for the self-ruled island’s formal independence.

Control over debt level major challenge for China: IMF

Control over debt level major challenge for China: IMF

China has to tackle two challenges: the overall rebalancing of its economy, and the issue of vertical imbalance in the public finances, the IMF has said.

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Tens of thousands detained in China’s Xinjiang, US diplomat says

China routinely denies repression in Xinjiang and officials do not publicly acknowledge the existence of mass detentions at the region’s network of political re-education centres.

China sends warning to Taiwan with naval drills near island

China sends warning to Taiwan with naval drills near island

China’s navy is holding live-fire exercises near Taiwan on Wednesday in a warning to the democratic, self-ruled island against what Beijing describes as “dangerous” remarks on independence.

China shale gas output to nearly double over three years: Wood Mackenzie

“China is eager to materialise its shale gas potential to fuel its massive gasification initiative and support rising demand growth,” said Wood Mackenzie’s Tingyun Yang.

China first quarter GDP growth seen easing slightly as trade tensions mount

Analysts say the main risk to China’s economy is now centred on the escalating trade dispute with the United States. Washington and Beijing have threatened tit-for-tat tariffs in recent weeks, stemming from U.S. accusations of unfair Chinese trade practices.

US acting like a “bully” to stifle our scientific development: China

China Q1 GDP grows 6.8 per cent, slightly more than expected

The data points to continued resilience in the world’s second-largest economy even as its export outlook is being clouded by escalating tensions with the United States, its largest trading partner.

Blast on truck carrying explosives in northern China kills seven

The government statement said the cause of the explosion remains under investigation.

Chinese ambassador warns US not to drag Latin America into trade dispute

Chinese ambassador warns US not to drag Latin America into trade dispute

The comments raised the prospect that the trade dispute between the United States and China that rocked markets last week could spill over into Latin America, a resource-rich region where Beijing has made significant inroads.