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10,000 pigeons released on China’s National Day searched by govt for suspicious materials: report

Beijing domestic security police officer said workers checked the wings, legs and anus of each pigeon ahead of time.


Hong Kong chief says ‘better to cast vote than watch TV’

Leung Chun-ying took part in the flag-raising ceremony as protesters behind police barricades yelled at him to step down.


India won’t accept any Chinese intrusion along the border: Rijiju

Rijiju insisted that India wants peaceful atmosphere and tranquillity along the border and there is nothing aggressive about its stand.


4 boys in China drown while searching for eggs

They were part of a group of eight boys that went egg hunting. Two of them drowned and two went missing, prompting a search.

Read more: Beihai, China

Hong Kong activists start bigger protest amid standoff

The announcement by civil leaders came after a big crowd of tens of thousands turned out around midnight to support the student protesters.


Chumar stand-off: India, China to hold flag meeting today

India has demanded restoration of “pre-September 10″ situation in Chumar area in Ladakh, defence sources said.


Digvijaya slams Modi govt’s claim of Xi’s ‘sucessful’ visit, questions China’s prepration for ‘regional war’

Singh also attacked Gujarat government for purportedly showing Arunachal Pradesh as disputed territory in a handout.


Lawyer: Uighur scholar in China gets life sentence

In May, police said, 43 people died when Uighur militants plowed two vehicles through a market.


Amnesty blasts China’s torture tool industry

Chinese production and export of police equipment primarily used for torture, such as electric shock wands and neck-and-wrist cuffs connected by a chain, has grown dramatically, enabling human rights violations at home and abroad, Amnesty International said in a report Tuesday. More than 130 Chinese companies, up from 28 about a decade ago, are now […]


No special route, govt tells China to bid for highways

New Delhi asks Beijing to participate in the tenders to be floated for PPP projects under the BOT mode.


Row over China map that showed Arunachal border with dotted lines

The map was distributed as part of the press kit that was handed out during a special media session when three MoUs were signed.


2 killed, many injured in explosions in China’s Xinjiang

China blames the attacks on East Turkestan Islamic Movement, an al-Qaeda backed organisation active in Xinjiang province.


Coalition of the unwilling

Obama’s strategy on the IS is flawed, shows no lesson has been learned.


Asian Games 2014: Bond girls shoot and scoot with synchro gold

Synchronised swimming is used in mass performances in North Korea to celebrate special occasions.


India, China quietly struggle in Indian Ocean

“China wants to be a major player in the Indian Ocean, alongside India and the US,” said Kanwal Sibal, a former Indian foreign secretary.


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