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  • China Takes 'Zero Tolerance' Approach to Regional Polluters: Cabinet

    China Takes 'Zero Tolerance' Approach to Regional Polluters: Cabinet

    China will take a "zero tolerance" approach to a wide range of environmental violations and has promised stronger action against regional governments that protect polluters or hinder inspections, according to a Cabinet document.

  • Hong Kong Student Leaders Arrested as Police Move on Protest Site

    Hong Kong Student Leaders Arrested as Police Move on Protest Site

    Hong Kong police on Wednesday arrested Joshua Wong and Lester Shum, two of the student leaders at the heart of pro-democracy protests that have shaken the Asian financial hub since August, and began swiftly clearing a major demonstration site.

  • China Cuts Key Short-Term Money Rate as Beijing Pushes Down Cash Costs

    China Cuts Key Short-Term Money Rate as Beijing Pushes Down Cash Costs

    The reduction of the yield on the 14-day bond repurchase agreement (repo) to 3.4 per cent, from 3.6 per cent, follows a surprise cut to benchmark lending rates on Friday to support the cooling economy, and follows similar moves in October and July as...

  • China Blasts 'Irresponsible' US Comments on Island Project

    China Blasts 'Irresponsible' US Comments on Island Project

    Beijing on Monday dismissed as "irresponsible" US criticism of its construction of an artificial island reportedly large enough for an airstrip in a disputed section of the South China Sea.

  • World Stocks Grind Higher After Central Bank Stimulus Signals

    World Stocks Grind Higher After Central Bank Stimulus Signals

    European shares, which had their best day in a month on Friday after the People's Bank of China cut interest rates, edged higher still on Monday after sources told Reuters at the weekend Beijing was ready to ease policy further to head off slowing in...

  • Highways, Airports in East China Shut Due to Thick Fog

    Highways, Airports in East China Shut Due to Thick Fog

    A heavy fog today shrouded many parts of east China's Shandong province, closing highways, delaying flights and throwing normal life out of gear.

  • Hyundai ix25 Compact SUV's Production Model Unveiled; India Launch in 2015

    Hyundai ix25 Compact SUV's Production Model Unveiled; India Launch in 2015

    Hyundai, the South Korean automaker, recently showcased the production-ready model of the ix25 at the 2014 Guangzhou Auto Show. The concept of the model was unveiled at the Beijing Motor Show earlier this year.

  • China Courts Put Reporter on Trial, Reject Uighur Scholar's Appeal

    China Courts Put Reporter on Trial, Reject Uighur Scholar's Appeal

    Chinese authorities put on trial on Friday an outspoken journalist accused of revealing state secrets and rejected an appeal by a prominent Uighur scholar whose life sentence on separatism charges had sparked an outcry from the West.

  • US Accuses China of Cyber Spying on American Companies

    US Accuses China of Cyber Spying on American Companies

    The United States on Monday charged five Chinese military officers and accused them of hacking into American nuclear, metal and solar companies to steal trade secrets, ratcheting up tensions between the two world powers over cyber espionage.

  • Delhi-Chennai Bullet Train Project: Railway Officials to Visit China

    Delhi-Chennai Bullet Train Project: Railway Officials to Visit China

    In line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vision to introduce bullet trains in the country, a team of Railway officials will visit Beijing on November 24 to take forward the Delhi-Chennai high-speed corridor project, the longest in India.

  • China Policies Fuel Tensions With US: US Commission

    China Policies Fuel Tensions With US: US Commission

    China's souring foreign investment climate, "unfair" trade practices and lack of progress on reforms increased economic tensions between the United States and Beijing in 2014, a US commission concluded today.

  • Chinese Premier Calls for Greater Role in Shaping Web

    Chinese Premier Calls for Greater Role in Shaping Web

    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Thursday demanded a greater role for Beijing in shaping the global Internet, calling for "order" online as he failed to address his government's censorship of content it deems politically sensitive.

  • Six Nurses and Worker Knifed to Death at China Hospital

    Six Nurses and Worker Knifed to Death at China Hospital

    Six nurses and a co-worker at a Chinese hospital were knifed to death by another member of staff at a female employees' dormitory on Thursday, state media said.

  • Britain's Last Governor in Hong Kong to Address US China Commission

    Britain's Last Governor in Hong Kong to Address US China Commission

    The last British governor of Hong Kong, Chris Patten, is to address a US government commission on Thursday on prospects for democracy in the territory, something likely to irritate Beijing which sees protests there as an internal matter.

  • China School Bus Crash Kills 11 Kindergarteners

    China School Bus Crash Kills 11 Kindergarteners

    An overloaded makeshift school bus collided with a truck in eastern China on Wednesday, killing 11 kindergarteners and the bus driver, state media reported. Three other children were injured.

  • China Urges Internet 'Security' Amid Rights Criticism

    China Urges Internet 'Security' Amid Rights Criticism

    A top Chinese official today called for protecting Internet "security" at a government-organised conference condemned by a human rights group as an attempt by Beijing to promote its online controls globally.

  • Over 11 Million Vehicles Taken Off Roads in China for APEC

    Over 11 Million Vehicles Taken Off Roads in China for APEC

    At least 11.7 million vehicles were ordered off the roads each day to cut exhaust emissions during the meeting. The Beijing Environmental Monitoring Centre said that between November 1 and 12 air pollutants in the capital fell to their lowest levels ...

  • For China, a Strong Warning From Home Minister: Report

    For China, a Strong Warning From Home Minister: Report

    Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday warned China against constructing roads in Indian territory while maintaining that New Delhi wants cordial ties with its neighbours, according to the Press Trust of India.

  • Hong Kong Court Notice Clears Way For Action at Protest Site

    A Hong Kong court notice ordering the eviction of democracy demonstrators from parts of the main protest site they have occupied for seven weeks has been published in leading newspapers, the first such public circular that empowers authorities to sta...

  • Hong Kong Student Leaders Blocked From Taking Democracy Fight to Beijing

    Hong Kong Student Leaders Blocked From Taking Democracy Fight to Beijing

    Three Hong Kong student leaders were stopped from boarding a flight to Beijing today to take their fight for greater democracy directly to the Chinese government after airline authorities said their travel permits were invalid.

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