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India is partner, not rival: China

Asserting that India is its “partner instead of a rival”, China on Wednesday said the world has undergone deep and profound changes since the 1962 Sino-India war and voiced readiness to work with New

Ai Weiwei goes 'Gangnam Style' - with handcuffs

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Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei is the latest to go 'Gangnam Style' — but in a trademark act of irreverence, he's thrown in a pair of handcuffs and a poke at Chinese censors.

In a video posted on

China fires back at US presidential candidates


Beijing urged the US presidential candidates on Tuesday to refrain from inflaming tensions with China after President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney vowed to get tough with the Asian giant.

China's richest women is worth $6 billion

A 48-year-old property developer in China with a fortune of 38 billion yuan ($6.12 billion) has topped this year's Hurun rich list for women.

Wu Yajun was followed by two other real estate developers

Over 80 pc Chinese have no knowledge of 1962 war: Survey

More than 80 per cent of the Chinese population have no knowledge of the 1962 war with India and want the two neighbours to walk out of the shadow of conflict, a survey by state-run media said.


China’s navy drills amid isles dispute with Japan

China flexed some maritime muscle in its dispute with Japan over a chain of uninhabited islands, holding naval exercises in the East China Sea on Friday to demonstrate its ability to enforce its territorial claims at sea.

Chinese octogenarian becomes nude model

An 84-year-old man in China's Chengdu city has a new secret pastime. He has started posing as a nude model for art students at local universities.

The man, who uses a pseudonym 'Li Jun', lives alone

China daily: IAF was a spectator

IAF equipment during the 1962 War “cannot be compared to that of China” and it was “not successful” in delivering supplies to beleaguered Indian troops, an official Chinese daily claimed on Sunday, da

Tibetan man sets himself on fire to protest China

The grandfather of a revered Tibetan Buddhist figure died Saturday after setting himself on fire in protest of Chinese rule, the London-based rights group Free Tibet said.

The incident is the latest

China’s exports rise 9.9 per cent in Sept

China’s exports rose 9.9 per cent year-on-year to USD 186.35 billion last month, raising hopes that the slowdown registered during the past few months due to global economic crisis is stabilising.

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