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China denies sending troops to North Korea

China on Monday vehemently refuted reports that it is sending troops to defend its close ally North Korea, asserting that it will not send a "single soldier" without the approval of the United Nations.

China says no change in its Arunachal policy

China on Monday said its policy that Arunachal Pradesh is a "disputed area" remains "unchanged", days after it issued stapled visas to two Indian sportsmen from the state which it claims as "Southern Tibet".

Three killed in China explosion

Three persons were killed and over 20 injured when a powerful explosion ripped through a building in Northeast China, the state-run media said on Monday.

16 dead, 23 hurt in China road accident

Sixteen people were killed and 23 others injured when a coach crashed on an expressway in central China, state media said on Wednesday, in the latest fatal crash on the country's dangerous roads.

China confirms timing of Hu's trip to US

President Hu Jintao will visit the United States January 18-21, China confirmed on Friday, on a trip that will likely touch on Korean tensions, and contentious trade and currency issues.

China to send observers to Sudan for referendum

China said Tuesday it would send observers to its close ally Sudan, where voting on an independence referendum for the south of the country is due to begin at the weekend.

China CPC invites Gadkari for visit

China’s ruling Communist party has invited BJP president Nitin Gadkari for a visit to further strengthen party-to-party ties.

Russia-China oil pipeline becomes operational

The first oil pipeline between Russia and China become operational today, marking growing ties between the world's biggest oil producer and its biggest energy consumer.

Two dead, 15 missing after ship sinks off China

Two sailors died and 15 were missing after a North Korean-registered cargo ship sank in strong gales in the Yellow Sea off China ON saturday.

1st Sino-India film to look at ‘love-hate’ ties

An Indian IT engineer and a Chinese chemist are the protagonists of Gold Struck, the first ever India-China joint film venture which the producers promise will dispel mutual stereotypes of the “geeky

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