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Second coal mine explosion in two days kill 11 in China

When the explosion occurred, 19 people were working underground out of which 8 workers managed to survive.


China coal mine fire: 24 workers killed, 52 injured

The fire broke out in the coal mine in Liaoning province soon after a mild earthquake jolted the region.

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China’s swimming champion Sun Yang served three-month ban for doping test

Sun tested positive in May during the national swimming championships; the info was released on Monday.

China partly starts largest hydel project on Brahmaputra

The dams also raised concerns in India over their ability to release the water at times of conflict.


Strong quake in west China kills 4; 54 hurt

The four dead included a woman in her 70s who was struck by a falling window pane, said the official Xinhua News Agency.

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China blocks websites as Internet meeting begins

The action comes as China hosts the World Internet Conference, which brings together many of the world’s top technology companies.

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Can India be far behind?

Politicians who claim that reducing emissions comes at a cost to development do not know the evidence.


Highlight Narendra Modi moves, Sushma tells BJP team on China visit

The delegation will also seek an understanding of the role of the political set-up in establishing a welfare society in China.


Chinese giving arms training to Pak soldiers: BSF report

Reportedly, they are imparting weapon handling training to Pak Army troops but the description of weapon could not be ascertained.

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US-China climate move puts focus on India

Emission Cut: Chinese decision may put pressure on New Delhi to follow suit.

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APEC conference: Xi Jinping, Shinzo Abe hold ice-breaking meeting

The spat between China and Japan over uninhabited East China Sea islands raised concerns of a military confrontation between the two.

Xi Jinping

Xi Jinping backs HK Chief Executive, rejects demand of protesters

Xi extended support to Leung and his government’s efforts to safeguard the rule of law and maintain social order in Hong Kong.


Hong Kong protest: Democracy protesters clash with HK police

The skirmishes lasted about four hours early Thursday in the city’s bustling Mong Kok neighborhood.

Barack Obama

Ahead of his visit, China paper calls Obama a banal leader, says he’s doing an insipid job

China’s state-run media decried US President Barack Obama as a banal leader who has done an “insipid job”.


China factory whirs overtime to make Ebola suits

Each suit is carefully put together by people and machines so that it is completely sealed.

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